Three Doctors SE DVD

Region 2 DVD

Disc 1 Edit

Commentary Edit

Commentary by Katy Manning (Jo Grant), Nicholas Courtney (Brigadier), Barry Letts (Producer). (2001)

Pebble Mill At One Edit

Monsters invade the Pebble Mill studio, as Patrick Troughton (the Second Doctor) and Bernard Wilkie (Visual Effects Designer) are interviewed in late 1973.

Blue Peter Edit

Jon Pertwee drives the Whomobile into the studio, and looks back on ten years of Doctor Who with former companion and Blue Peter host Peter Purves.

BSB Highlights Edit

Excerpts from BSB's 1990 31 Who weekend, including the trailer for The Three Doctors and interviews with actors Jon Pertwee and Ncholas Courtney, script editor Terrance Dicks and writing partners Bob Baker and Dave Martin. Introduced by 1980s producer John Nathan-Turner.

The Five Faces of Doctor Who Trailer Edit

BBC2 trailer for the 1981 repeat season which included The Three Doctors.

BBC1 Trailer Edit

A rare, poor-quality audio recording of the original 1972 TV trailer, with recreated vision.

40th Anniversary Trailer Edit

This popular anniversary trailer appeared on the original 2003 DVD release.

Radio Times Listings Edit

Vintage Radio Times listings in PDF format.

Production Subtitles Edit

Optional on-screen subtitles provide the viewer with additional behind-the-scenes information on production of The Three Doctors.

Coming Soon Edit

A preview for The Face of Evil.

Disc 2

Happy Birthday to Who Edit

Cast and crew recall the making of The Three Doctors in this brand-new documentary. With contributions from Katy Manning (Jo Grant), Stephen Thorne (Omega), producer Barry Letts, script editor Terrance Dicks and co-writer Bob Baker.

Was Doctor Who Rubbish? Edit

Four fans of the classic series defend traditional claims that the programme was nothing more than a quarry-nound romp with wobbly sets and dodgy effects.

Girls, Girls, Girls - The 1970s Edit

Continuing this popular series, Caroline John (Liz Shaw) and Louise Jameson (Leela) join Katy Manning for a discussion on the perils of being a 1970s Doctor Who girl. Introduced by Peter Purves.

Photo Gallery Edit

A selection of rare and previously unpublished photographs from the recording of this story.