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Disc 1: Original Two-Part VersionEdit

Commentary #1 Edit

Commentary by Terry Molloy (Davros), Eric Saward (Writer), Peter Wragg (Visual Effects Designer), Nicholas Pegg (Moderator).


Casting Far and WideEdit

Actor and comedian Toby Hadoke interviews five of the actors who worked on the story about their careers and their experiences on the show. With Roger Davenport (Trooper), Del Henney (Colonel Archer), Leslie Grantham (Kiston), Jim Findlay (Mercer) and William Sleigh (Galloway). Presenter: Toby Hadoke; Camera: Steve Broster; Thanks to: The Nottingham Playhouse & Cast Restaurant, The Alexandra Theatre, Jim Sangster; Colourist: Jonathan Wood; Music: Kevin MacLeod; Executive Producer: Dan Hall; Producer/Director: Ed Stradling. (32'19" | 16:9 | 2011)


On LocationEdit

Director Matthew Robinson, producer John Nathan-Turner and writer/script editor Eric Saward return to the location of the story - Shad Thames in London - to talk through their memories and recollections of the making of this story. Interviews: Peter Finklestone; Videotape Editor: Amrik Manku; Producer/Director: Paul Vanezis. (18'33" | 16:9 | 2002 )


Extended and Deleted ScenesEdit

A number of deleted or extended scenes from this story are included. (7'06" | 4:3 | 1984)


Breakfast TimeEdit

The BBC's early morning magazine programme often featured items connected to Doctor Who and two are included on this disc. Brian Hodgson and Malcolm Clarke demonstrate how music was used to create atmosphere for the story, and John Nathan-Turner and Janet Fielding discuss the character of Tegan. Presenters: Guy Michelmore, Sally Magnusson. (7'59" | 4:3 | 1984)


TrailerEdit

The original trailer for the 1984 BBC1 transmission of Part One is featured. (0'33 | 4:3 | 1984)


The Last DalekEdit

BBC designer Tony Cornell was working at Ealing film studios in May 1967, during the filming of the climactic Dalek battle scenes from The Evil of the Daleks - a story which is now missing from the BBC archives. He took an 8mm film camera with him, and made this 10-minute black and white silent film of the day's events. Original effects designers Michaeljohn Harris and Peter Day provide a commentary on the action. Also available on The Seeds of Death and Lost in Time. (09'36" | 4:3 | 1967)


TARDIS-Cam No.4Edit

Another brand new mode sequence from BBCi's TARDIS-Cam feature. Visual Effects Supervisor: Mike Tucker; Lighting Cameraman: Peter Tyler; Gaffer: Alan Graham; Sound Design: Mark Ayres; Series Editor: Jamie Cason; Commissioning Editor: Martin Trickey; Producer: James Goss; Executive Producer: Richard Fell. BBC Fictionlab. (0'44" | 16:9 | 2002)


Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound MixEdit

The option to choose to listen to either the original mono soundtrack or a brand new Dolby 5.1 Surround sound mix created especially for this DVD release.


Isolated ScoreEdit

The option to watch the story with Malcolm Clarke's complete musical score on an isolated soundtrack.


PDF MaterialsEdit

Episode listings for this story from the BBC magazine Radio Times.


Coming SoonEdit

A preview of Planet of the Spiders. The trailer for this story is available on Mara Tales. (1'36" | 4:3 | 2011)


Easter EggsEdit

Clean Opening and Closing Title Sequence (Seasons 19 - 21). Go to the 'Episode Selection' menu and select the Doctor Who logo. (2'09" | 4:3 | 1982)

Countdown Clock (Episode 2). Go to 'Audio Options' in the Special Features menu and select the Doctor Who logo (0'17", 4:3, 1984)


Disc 2: Four-Part VersionEdit

Commentary #2 Edit

Commentary by Peter Davison (The Doctor), Janet Fielding (Tegan Jovanka), Matthew Robinson (Director).


Come in Number FiveEdit

A special retrospective of Peter Davison's tenure as the Fifth Doctor. With actors Peter Davison, Janet Fielding and Mark Strickson, producer John Nathan-Turner, executive producer Barry Letts, director Fiona Cumming, scripts editors Christopher H. Bidmead, Eric Saward and Antony Root, BBC Head of Series and Serials David Reid, and new series head writer Steven Moffat. Presenter: David Tennant; Interviewers: Simon Guerrier, Simon Harries; Script Editor: Nicholas Pegg; Location Camera: Robert Hollingworth; Studio Camera: Tim Hirst, Steve Broster; Archive Footage & Stills Courtesy of: BBC Television, Christopher H. Bidmead, Fiona Cumming, Lynn Gray, Eric Saward, Paul Vanezis; Colourist: Jonathan Wood; Thanks to: Mark Ayres, Derek Handley, Andrew Martin, Jim Sangster, Stephen James Walker, Peter Ware; Executive Producer: Dan Hall; Producer/Director: Ed Stradling. (56'30" | 16:9 | 2011)


Tomorrow's Times: The Fifth DoctorEdit

The ongoing series looking at the press reaction to Doctor Who through the years reaches the Fifth Doctor's era. Presenter: Frazer Hines; Voices: Claire Louise Amias, Kate Brown, David Morley Hale, Jonathan Rigby, Keith Wickham, Nicholas Courtney; Thanks To: The British Library, Doctor Who Magazine, Peter Ware; Autoscript: Liz Hughes; Opening Titles: Richard Adamson; Online Edit & Graphics: Thiago Amendoeira; Sound: Andreas Williamson; Executive Producer: Dan Hall; Producer: Rorie Sherwood; Writer/Director: Marcus Hearn. (12'19" | 16:9 | 2010)


WalrusEdit

An oddity from the BBC's archives. A welsh woman comes face-to-face with a Dalek who is determined to make her speak in a monotone... (1'24" | 4:3 | TBC)


Photo GalleryEdit

A selection of rare and previously unpublished photographs from the recording of this story. BBC Radiophonic Workshop Archive: Mark Ayres; Music: Malcolm Clarke; Special Sound: Dick Mills; Thanks to: BBC Photograph Library, Derek Handley, Ralph Montagu; Producer: Paul Shields. (5'19" | 4:3 | 2010)


Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound MixEdit

The option to choose to listen to either the original mono soundtrack or a brand new Dolby 5.1 Surround sound mix created especially for this DVD release.


Isolated ScoreEdit

The option to watch the story with Malcolm Clarke's complete musical score on an isolated soundtrack.


Production SubtitlesEdit

Text commentary by Paul Scoones providing cast details, script development and other information related to the production of this story.


Coming SoonEdit

A preview of Planet of the Spiders. The trailer for this story is available on Mara Tales. (1'36" | 4:3 | 2011)

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