Disc 1 Edit
Commentary by Anneke Wills (Polly), Christopher Matthews (Radar Technician), Earl Cameron (Williams), Alan White (Schlutz), Donald Van Der Maaten (Cybermen Shav and Gern), Christopher Dunham (R/T Technician), Peter Kindred (Designer) and Toby Hadoke (Moderator).
Frozen Out Edit
Episode 4 VHS Reconstruction Edit
The reconstruction of the missing fourth episode using audio, stills and surviving clips, which featured on the BBC Video VHS Release of the story back in 2000.
Radio Times Listings Edit
Episode listings for The Tenth Planet from the BBC Magazine Radio Times (DVD-ROM only - to be viewed on PC or Mac).
Production Subtitles Edit
Subtitles provide the viewer with cast details, script development and other information related to the production of The Tenth Planet.
Photo Gallery Edit
A selection of production, design and publicity photographs from this story (03'39" | 4:3 | 2013)
Coming Soon Edit
A preview of The Moonbase. (1'03" | 4:3 | 2013)
Disc 2 Edit
William Hartnell Interview Edit
Shortly after leaving Doctor Who, star William Hartnell joined the 1966 Christmas pantomime tour of Puss in Boots. Interviewed in his dressing room for the BBC Bristol’s Points West programme, Hartnell talks frankly about Daleks, the merits of pantomime and his own thoughts on his future career in this extremely rare glimpse into the mind of the man who first brought the role of the Doctor to life. (3'19" | 4:3 | 1966)
Doctor Who Stories: Anneke Wills Edit
Anneke Wills look back on her role as Polly in the series, in an interview recorded for the BBC’s Story of Doctor Who in 2003. (13'39" | 4:3 | 2003)
The Golden Age Edit
Historian Dominic Sandbrook examines the myth of a ‘Golden Age’ of Doctor Who. (15'15" | 4:3 | 2013)
Boys! Boys! Boys! Edit
Peter Purves, Frazer Hines and Mark Strickson reminisce about their time as companions to the First, Second and Fifth Doctors respectively. (19'22" | 4:3 | 2013)
Companion Piece Edit
A psychologist, writers and some of the Doctor’s companions over the years examine what it means to be a Time Lord’s fellow traveller . With actors William Russell, Elisabeth Sladen, Louise Jameson, Nicola Bryant and Arthur Darvill, writers Nev Fountain and Joseph Lidster, and psychologist Dr Tomas Charmorro-Premuzic. (24'25" | 4:3 | 2013)
Blue Peter Edit
Two weeks before the show’s tenth anniversary, the Blue Peter team take a look back at Doctor Who’s history. Ironically, the strict preservation of Blue Peter’s history means that the clip of the first regeneration has been preserved, but the final episode of The Tenth Planet that it came from was never again seen after its use here. (9'06" | 4:3 | 1972)