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Disc 1Edit

Commentary Edit

Commentary by Katy Manning (Jo Grant), Prentis Hancock, Tim Preece, Barry Letts (Producer), Terrance Dicks (Script Editor). (2007)


Production Subtitles Edit

Text commentary by Martin Wiggins providing cast details, script development and other information related to the production of this story. (2009)


Easter Egg Edit

Continuity announcement for The Green Death and Doctor Who theme music record. Plays automatically at the end of Episode Six. (1973)


Disc 2Edit

Perfect Scenario: The End of Dreams Edit

Continuing his search for inspiration, scenariosmith Zed resumes his studies of twentieth century television's Doctor Who. What he finds will have a profound effect on the lives of all of the remaining sleepers in The Field of Dreams… Featuring interviews with actors Katy Manning, Jane How, Janet Fielding, Bernard Horsfall and Tim Preece, producer Barry Letts, script editor Terrance Dicks. With Rich Batsford, Mick Broster, Tony Broster and Paul Ewing, and the voices of Steve Broster, David Harley and Cathryn Miller. Written by David Harley. Produced by Steve Broster. (30'04") (Widescreen) (2009)


The Rumble in the Jungle Edit

Cast and crew look back at the making of the story. Featuring actors Katy Manning, Jane How, Bernard Horsfall and Tim Preece, director David Maloney and designer John Hurst. Produced by Steve Broster. (16'46") (Widescreen) (2009)


Multi-colourisation Edit

A look at the colour restoration of episode three. With producer Barry Letts, Colour Recovery Working Group leader James Insell, 2|entertain commissioning editor Dan Hall and colourist Jonathan Wood. Narrated by Glen Allen. Produced by Ed Stradling. (10'46") (Widescreen) (2009)


Stripped for Action: The Daleks Edit

The ongoing series looking at the Doctor's comic book adventures focuses on his deadliest foes - the Daleks! With TV producer Gerry Anderson, former Doctor Who Magazine editors Alan Barnes and Clayton Hickman, comic historian Jeremy Bentham and author Paul Scoones. Produced by Marcus Hearn (Phoenix Media). (13'54") (Widescreen) (2009)


Blue Peter Edit

Two items from the childrens' magazine programme broadcast on 7/6/73 and 11/6/73, featuring an appeal for any information on the theft of two Daleks from the BBC and their subsequent return. Featuring Peter Purves, John Noakes and Lesley Judd. (12'34") (1973)


PDF MaterialsEdit

Episode listings for this story from the BBC magazine Radio Times, and John Hurst's design drawings in PDF format.


Photo Gallery Edit

A selection of rare and previously unpublished photographs from the recording of this story. (8'59")


Coming Soon Edit

A preview of The King's Demons and Planet of Fire. The trailer for this story is available on The Keys of Marinus. (1'18") (2009)


Easter Egg Edit

Episode 3 commentary out-take. Select 'Multi-Colourisation' to highlight the hidden Doctor Who logo and press Enter. (2'50") (2007)

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