The Tin Men And The WitchEdit
The making of Revenge of the Cybermen, with director Michael E. Briant, incoming producer Philip Hinchcliffe and outgoing producer Barry Letts. Camera: Jonathan Flanagan; Wookey Hole Photography: Chuck Foster; Music: Carey Blyton (performed by Stephen Roberts and Jennifer Partridge; Executive Producer: Dan Hall; Producer: Ed Stradling. (25'25" | 16:9 | 2009)
Cheques, Lies And VideotapeEdit
What was it like in the days before commercially released videos, when TV was as ephermeral a medium as theatre? How did Doctor Who fans enjoy old episodes of their favourite programme? All is revealed in this new documentary. Narrator: Toby Longworth; Starring: Tom Bodell (Video Pirate), Ellis Watts (Carl), Ryan Conway (Owen), David Harkus (David); Time-Space Visualisers: Peter & Sam Anghelides, David Hankinson, Paul Jones, Alison Lawson, David Palfreyman, Damian Shanahan, Jamie Wells; Artwork: Robert Hammond; Music: Kevin MacLeod; Location Camera: Mark Gill; Studio Camera: Jonathan Flanagan; Colourist: Jonathan Wood; Executive Producer: Dan Hall; Writer: Nicholas Pegg; Producer/Director: Ed Stradling. (28'18" | 16:9 | 2009)
Points West Location ReportEdit
Before Tom Baker was seen on-screen as the Fourth Doctor, a BBC local news crew caught up with the Doctor Who team during filming for Revenge of the Cybermen at Wookey Hole. Here, Tom Baker gives a unique insight into how the public might react to his new interpretation of the role. Reporter: Gwyn Richards. Broadcast: 21st November 1974. Also available on The Ark in Space. (5'56" | 4:3 | 1974)
Text commentary by Nicholas Pegg providing cast details, script development and other information related to the production of this story.
A selection of rare and previously unpublished photographs from the recording of this story. Editor: Derek Handley. (4'39" | 4:3 | 2009)
Radio Times BillingsEdit
Episode listings for this story from the BBC magazine Radio Times in PDF format.
BBC Video Outro. Go to 'Cheques, Lies And Videotape' and press the left menu button to highlight the hidden Doctor Who logo. (0'22 | 4:3 | 1983)
Additional Special Features Edit
The Cyber Story Edit
A brief history of the Cybermen in the classic series. With director Morris Barry, writer Eric Saward, costume designers Sandra Reid and Dinah Collin, Cyberman actor Mark Hardy, voice artist Roy Skelton and Professor Kevin 'Human Cyborg' Warwick. Narrator: James Coombes. Producer/Director: Brendan Sheppard. Available on Attack of the Cybermen. (22'52" | 16:9 | 1992/2008)
The Cyber-Generations Edit
A gallery of Cybermen through the history of the series, set to music from their stories. Available on Attack of the Cybermen. (7'51" | 4:3 | 2007)