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Disc 1 Edit

Commentary Edit

Commentary by Philip Hinchcliffe, Robert Banks Stewart, George Gallaccio, Sylvia James and Dick Mills, moderated by Mark Ayres.


Director's Cut Edit

An option to watch the Director's Cut including a scene deleted before transmission.


Optional Dolby Digital 5.1 Soundtrack Edit

The Option to watch the story with surround sound.


Isolated Score Edit

The Option to watch the story with the isolated music score.


Production Subtitles Edit

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


Disc 2 Edit

Scotch Mist in Sussex Edit

Cast and crew look back at the making of this story. With actors John Levene and John Woodnutt, producer Philip Hinchcliffe, writer Robert Banks Stewart, designer Nigel Curzon, costume designer James Acheson, visual effects assistant Steve Bowman, writer and historian Simon Farquar and the director’s son, Joggs Camfield. 


Remembering Douglas Camfield Edit

The life and work of respected director Douglas Camfield is remembered in this documentary. With actors Celia Imrie, Peter Purves, Jonathan Newth and John Levene, Philip Hinchcliffe, Robert Banks Stewart, director Graeme Harper and Joggs Camfield. Narrated by Glen Allen. 


The UNIT Family – Part Three Edit

The concluding part of the series looking at the stories featuring the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce. With actors Tom Baker, Nicholas Courtney, Katy Manning, John Levene and Richard Franklin, producer Barry Letts and script editor Terrance Dicks. 


Doctor Who Stories: Tom Baker Edit

Tom Baker talks about his work on the series in this interview originally recorded for 2003's The Story of Doctor Who. 


Doctor Who Stories: Elisabeth Sladen Edit

Elisabeth Sladen remembers her time as the Doctor’s companion Sarah Jane Smith in this interview also recorded for The Story of Doctor Who. 


Merry-Go-Round: The Fuel Fishers Edit

Elisabeth Sladen flies out to visit North Sea oil rigs and learn about the process of oil exploration in this schools programme from 1977. 


South Today Edit

Tom Baker interviewed on location in Sussex during the Terror of the Zygons filming by the BBC's South Today show.


Radio Times Listings Edit

Episode listings and features about The Green Death from Radio Times. (PDF)


Photo Gallery Edit

A selection of production, design and publicity photographs from this story.


Coming Soon Edit

A preview for The Moonbase.


Easter Eggs Edit

  • Extract from Disney Time. From the first menu screen on Disc 2, press the left arrow button to highlight the Doctor Who logo in the top left corner and select it.
  • Deleted Scene Original film

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