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A collection of previously lost, now restored episodes - known by fans as the 'orphaned' episodes - from the legendary Doctor Who series. Episodes are: 'The Crusade' (1); 'The Crusade' (3) - with commentary by Julian Glover and Gary Russell; 'The Daleks' Master Plan' (2) - with commentary by Peter Purves, Kevin Stoney and Ray Cusick; 'The Daleks' Master Plan' (5); 'The Daleks' Master Plan' (10); 'The Celestial Toymaker' (4); 'The Underwater Menace (3)'; 'The Moonbase' (2); 'The Moonbase' (4); 'The Faceless Ones' (1); 'The Faceless Ones' (3); 'The Evil of the Daleks (2) - with commentary by Deborah Watling and Gary Russell; 'The Abominable Snowmen' (2) - with commentary by Deborah Watling and Gary Russell; 'The Enemy of the World' (3); 'The Web of Fear' (1) - with commentary by Deborah Watling, Derrick Sherwin and Gary Russell; 'The Wheel in Space (3)'; 'The Wheel in Space (6) - with commentary by Derrick Sherwin and Tristan de Vere Cole; and 'The Space Pirates' (2). 'Audio only' episodes are: 'The Crusade' (2); 'The Crusade' (4); 'The Moonbase' (1); and 'The Moonbase' (3).
All six parts of the classic Doctor Who story, with Tom Baker playing the legendary Time Lord as he faces up to his greatest enemy - the Daleks. Charged by the Time Lords with the task of destroying the Dalek menace before they have even developed, the Doctor travels with Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen) and Harry (Ian Marter) back in time to the planet of Skaro, to a point where he could prevent the evolution of the Dalek race. But the Doctor faces a crisis of conscience as he questions the ethics of what amounts to genocide. Will he be able to destroy an entire species to save countless lives in the future?
The entire series (30 episodes in all) of the classic 1960's television adventure series in which Stuart Damon, Alexandra Bastedo and William Gaunt play three crime fighters with extra sensory powers and extraordinary powers of sight, smell and hearing. The episodes are: 'The Beginning', ' The Invisible Man', 'Reply Box No. 666', 'The Experiment', 'Operation Deep-Freeze', 'The Survivors', ' To Trap a Rat', 'The Iron Man', 'The Ghost Plane', 'The Dark Island', 'The Fanatics', 'Twelve Hours', 'The Search', 'The Gilded Cage', 'Shadow of the Panther', 'A Case of Lemmings', 'The Interrogation', 'The Mission', 'The Silent Enemy', 'The Body Snatchers', 'Get Me Out of Here!', 'The Night People', 'Project Zero', 'Desert Journey', 'Full Circle', 'Nutcracker', 'The Final Countdown', 'The Gun-Runners' and 'Autokill'.
12 classic episodes of the sci-fi adventure series, featuring Jon Pertwee as the third Doctor. Two six-part stories are included: 'Frontier in Space' (which marked Roger Delgado's final appearance in the role of The Master) and 'Planet of the Daleks', which boasts a colour-restored version of the previously-lost third episode. In 'Frontier in Space', the Doctor and Jo (Katy Manning) are caught up in the tensions between the Earth and Draconian Empires in a 26th-century interplanetary war. In 'Planet of the Daleks', the Doctor lands the Tardis on the dangerous planet Spiridon, home to a terrifying army of Daleks.
All three seasons of Terry Nation's acclaimed BBC science fiction drama in which 95% of the population have been wiped out by a freak plague, leaving the remaining survivors to rebuild civilisation. Episodes are: 'The Fourth Horseman', 'Genesis', 'Gone Away', 'Corn Dolly', 'Gone to the Angels', 'Garland's War', 'Starvation', 'Law and Order', 'The Future Hour', 'Revenge', 'Something of Value', 'A Beginning', 'Birth of Hope', 'Greater Love', 'Lights of London (Parts 1 and 2)', 'The Face of the Tiger', 'The Witch', 'A Friend in Need', 'By Bread Alone', 'The Chosen', 'Parasites', 'New Arrivals', 'Over the Hills', 'New World', 'Manhunt', 'A Little Learning', 'Law of the Jungle', 'Mad Dog', 'Bridgehead', 'Reunion', 'The Peacemaker', 'Sparks', 'The Enemy', 'The Last Laugh', 'Long Live the King' and 'Power'.
Another adventure for everyone's favourite Time Lord. The TARDIS is forced to land on the planet Exxilon after suffering a sudden power loss. The Doctor (Jon Pertwee) and Sarah encounter a similarly stranded expedition from Earth, who are seeking a cure for the plague which is spreading rapidly across the galaxy. The Doctor believes that he can find a solution in the technologically advanced but long-abandoned city of the Exxilons, but becomes caught up in a power struggle between the humans and the latest arrivals to the planet: his old enemies, the Daleks.
The entire cult 1970s action series. In 'Overture' playboy Lord Brett Sinclair (Roger Moore) and millionaire oil tycoon Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) are brought together as a crime-fighting team by the crusading Judge Fulton. 'Angie... Angie' sees Danny attempting to break off the partnership when Fulton suspects one of his old friends of being a hitman. 'Five Miles to Midnight' has the playboy crime-fighters charged with getting an assassin-turned-informant out of Italy. 'The Gold Napoleon' finds the duo investigating a failed attempt on Danny's life. 'Take Seven' has them become involved in an explosive situation after coming to the aid of an attractive heiress. In 'Greensleeves' Brett returns to the derelict Sinclair family home when he discovers that it has acquired a new and unwanted occupant. 'Powerswitch' has Danny and Brett investigate the murder of a beautiful girl whose body is found floating in the Cote d'Azure. 'The Time and Place' sees the duo's attempts to help a pretty young woman backfire when she disappears and the body of a dead man turns up nearby. In 'Someone Like Me' Danny encounters someone who is masquerading as Brett. 'Anyone Can Play' sees Danny playing the roulette tables in Brighton as a result of being mistaken for a communist paymaster. 'The Old, the New and the Deadly' has Danny and Brett become involved with an embittered ex-Nazi. 'Chain of Events' sees Danny chained to an attache case containing a bomb when he and Brett go camping. In 'That's Me Over There' Danny poses as Brett in order to expose a corrupt millionaire, but his ploy goes awry when the real Brett is kidnapped. 'The Long Goodbye' finds Danny and Brett investigating a case of murder after discovering a skeleton in a crashed plane. 'The Man in the Middle' has Brett go undercover at a dangerous secret rendezvous. 'Element of Risk' sees Danny pinned with some bullion robbery charges. 'A Home of One's Own' has Danny stumble upon a nest of criminal activity when he buys a cottage in the country. 'Nuisance Value' finds Danny caught up in the aftermath of a fake kidnapping plot. In 'The Morning After' Brett wakes up to discover that he is a married man. 'Read and Destroy' sees Brett and Danny on the case of a spy who plans to publish his memoirs and thereby reveal all his contacts. 'A Death in the Family' finds the globe-trotting duo on the trail of a killer who has been bumping off Brett's relatives. 'The Ozerov Inheritance' concerns a private journal and an old lady's marriage to a member of the Russian Royal family. 'To the Death, Baby' has Brett and Danny try to place a spanner in the works when a gigolo begins courting an heiress. Finally, in 'Someone Waiting', Brett becomes the object of murderous attentions when he takes up racing driving again.
An early adventure for everyone's favourite time traveller. When the TARDIS lands on the planet Marinus, the Doctor (William Hartnell), Ian, Barbara and Susan are captured by Arbitan, Keeper of the Conscience of Marinus. The Conscience is an all-powerful machine which controls the planet in an attempt to regulate crime, but it requires four missing crystals to complete its function. Otherwise, the machine could fall into the hands of the Voord, led by the evil Yartek. The TARDIS crew are thus charged by Arbitan with recovering the crystals before it is too late.
Two classic multi-episode Doctor Who storylines from 1965, starring William Hartnell as the Doctor. In 'The Space Museum', the TARDIS and its occupants end up as an exhibit in a forgotten museum in the future. Episodes are: 'The Space Museum', 'The Dimensions of Time', 'The Search' and 'The Final Phase'. In 'The Chase', the travellers are forced to flee in the TARDIS when they learn that a group of time-travelling Daleks are on their trail with orders to exterminate them. Episodes are: 'The Executioners', 'The Death of Time', 'Flight Through Eternity', 'Journey Into Terror', 'The Death of Doctor Who' and 'The Planet of Decision'.
The entire second season of the 1970s BBC sci-fi series. 'Redemption' sees Orac's prediction of the Liberator's destruction looking likely to be fulfilled when the ship's original owners arrive and take the rebels prisoner. In 'Shadow', Blake becomes involved with an interplanetary crime syndicate. 'Weapon' sees Blake and crew set out to steal a deadly 'delayed-effect' gun, which Servalan also wishes to possess. In 'Horizon', the Liberator heads for the edge of the Galaxy, only to be taken prisoner on the planet Horizon. 'Pressure Point' sees Blake attempting to destroy the Federation's control centre, only to walk into a trap set by Travis. In 'Trial', Travis is made a scapegoat by Servalan for their failure to capture Blake. 'Killer' sees Blake and his crew stumbling upon a derelict spaceship whilst on a mission to crack the Federation's new transmission code. The craft houses a deadly plague which could threaten the existence of the entire universe. In 'Hostage', Travis tries to trap Blake by kidnapping his cousin, Inga. 'Countdown' sees Blake and crew coming to the aid of the planet Albian, whose population are dying from radiation poisoning. In 'Voice from the Past', a telepathic signal forces Blake to reroute the Liberator to an asteroid where Travis lies in wait. Whilst 'Gambit' sees Blake, Cally and Jenna visit a gambling world to find the man who knows the location of the Federation's Star One. Avon and Villa, meanwhile, choose to take Orac on an illicit gambling spree. In 'The Keeper', Blake tries to obtain the key to Star One from a tribal chief on the planet Goth. However, Travis has beaten him to it. Finally, 'Star One' sees Blake at last launch his attack on the Federation's headquarters, unaware that an alien fleet is poised to invade.
The Doctor (Tom Baker) and the newly-regenerated Romana land on a strangely familiar planet and investigate the drilling that is going on there. The Daleks are searching for their creator, Davros (last seen in 'Genesis of the Daleks'), in the hope that he can assist them in their war with the Movellans. The Doctor has to reach the evil Kaled scientist before the Daleks, but just who can he trust?
Survivors of a global plague battle for life on an empty planet. A gripping vision of a post-apocalyptic world... 'A fine piece of British post-apocalyptic fiction' 'Nation's novel is based on his original cult series...and is all the better for it, being far, far more gritty and realistic' SUNDAY SUN A virus has wiped out 95 per cent of the world's population in just a few weeks, leaving the remaining 5 per cent to stay alive in a world devoid of the most basic amenities - electricity, transport and medicine. The few survivors of the human race are forced to fall back on the most primitive skills in order to live and re-establish some semblance of law and order. Abby Grant, widowed by the plague, moves through this new dark age with determination, sustained by hope that her son, who fled his boarding school at the onset, has survived. She knows she must relearn the skills on which civilisation was built. With others, she founds a commune and the group return to the soil. But marauding bands threaten their existence. For Abby, there's a chance for a new life and love when she encounters James Garland, the fourteenth Earl of Woodhouse, who is engaged in a desperate fight to save his ancestral home. But more important, she must find her son.
Frankie Howerd stars in this comic horror about a set of greedy relatives out to get the family fortune. When struggling actor Foster Twelvetrees (Howerd) is invited to perform a reading at the country mansion of a rich family that includes Stewart (Ray Milland), Jessica (Rosalie Crutchley) and Reggie (Hugh Burden) he can barely believe his luck. However, when Foster's performance of a tragedy coincides with the piling up of dead bodies that is normally restricted to the stage, he begins to wonder what he has let himself in for.
Double bill of classic 'Doctor Who' television serials. 'Invasion of the Dinosaurs' (1975) is the last storyline to feature Jon Pertwee as the Doctor. When a group of scientists who want to return the Earth to a time before technology use dinosaurs to try and force people to flee the cities, the Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen) set out to stop them. In 'The Android Invasion' (1975) the Doctor (now played by Tom Baker) and Sarah Jane believe that they are back on Earth when the TARDIS lands near what seems to be a peaceful English village. But why is the local pub deserted? And who are the spacesuit-wearing figures with guns for fingers? The intrepid pair set out to discover the truth.
Prison in Space; A relaxing break for the Doctor and his companions Jamie and Zoe becomes something decidedly more sinister when they are arrested for trespass. But what has happened to the planet Earth? And how has the malevolent Chairman Babs gained control? As the Doctor and Jamie are incarcerated in a prison that they can never escape from, Zoe is forced to change sides...The Daleks - The Destroyers; In 1967, the Daleks were written out of Doctor Who as their creator, Terry Nation, prepared to launch them in their own TV series. Production was halted at the eleventh hour, but the script has survived - now making its debut on audio.When the crew of Explorer Base One is attacked by the Daleks, Space Security Agents Sara Kingdom, Mark Seven and Jason Corey are sent to investigate. They discover a plan that threatens the future of the entire galaxy...
Compilation of a six-part story from the popular sci-fi series. The Doctor (William Hartnell), Ian, Barbara and Susan return to Earth in the year 2167 only to find that the Daleks have occupied the planet. They join the human resistance movement in an attempt to overthrow the Daleks, who are mining the core of the planet for a sinister purpose of their own. This story was remade into a film, 'Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 AD', starring Peter Cushing as the Doctor.
Dalek invasion is imminent! Attention: the war against the Daleks continues apace in this new collection of vintage stories from the pen of their creator, Terry Nation. Our successful defence of the galaxy depends on all Anti-Dalek Force agents staying informed of the latest events, in outer space and on a variety of alien planets. That information can be found here! Intrepid ADF agents Nicholas Briggs, Terry Molloy, Steven Pacey and Jon Culshaw relate a series of terrifying adventures - The Castaway, The Solution, The Secret Invasion and The Seeds of Destruction - and issue special briefings including Dalek Terminology, Dalography of Skaro, Recent Findings on the Moon and The Dalek War Machines. All material is authenticated from Terry Nation's Dalek Annuals and other books. Whether in present day London or on further-flung shores, the battle with the Daleks is all around us. Listen now or be exterminated! (P) 2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd (c) 2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd Text (c) Terry Nation 1965, 1978, 1979 Cover images (c) BBC Studios Distribution Ltd 2020
Collection of British comedy films. In the Second World War feature 'The Night We Dropped a Clanger' (1959) British Wing Commander Blenkinsop (Brian Rix) is due to carry out a top-secret operation in occupied France in order to uncover information about the flying bomb. To outwit the Nazis, the RAF employs Aircraftsman Arthur Atwood (also Rix) as Blenkinsop's double but the two get mixed up and it is left to the decoy to complete the mission. In 'The Case of the Mukkinese Battle-Horn' (1956) a Mukkinese battle-horn is stolen from the Metropolitan Museum. Superintendent Quilt (Peter Sellers) and Sergeant Brown (Spike Milligan) investigate the robbery, meeting a number of eccentric characters along the way. In 'What a Whopper' (1961) struggling writer Tony Blake (Adam Faith) and his bohemian artist flatmates are threatened with eviction from their house in Chelsea. To raise the cash, they devise a hare-brained scheme to travel to Loch Ness, fake an appearance of the famed monster therein, and write a bestselling book about it. What could possibly go wrong? In 'The Butler's Dilemma' (1943) Rodney Playfair (Richard Hearne) is made to impersonate a butler in exchange for having his gambling debts written off. However, he is really providing an alibi for a thief... In 'Gert and Daisy Clean Up' (1942) the title characters (Elsie and Doris Waters) do their best to help the war effort by rounding up salvage metal and foiling a racketeering plot. 'Tons of Trouble' (1956) follows caretaker Mr. Pastry (Hearne) as he gets himself into all sorts of calamities looking after his beloved boilers Mavis and Ethel. In 'Gert and Daisy's Weekend' (1942) the two East End sisters volunteer to escort a group of evacuee children out of Blitz-torn London into the safety of the countryside. All kinds of mayhem, mischief and misunderstandings ensue as the motley troupe arrives at the grand Little Pipham Hall, presided over by the imposing Lady Plumtree (Annie Esmond). 'Your Money Or Your Wife' (1960) follows married couple Pelham (Donald Sinden) and Gay Butterworth (Peggy Cummins) as they unexpectedly run into money troubles. In advance of Gay receiving an inheritance, the newly-weds decide to splash out to celebrate. It is only after this that they discover they will be given the money in weekly instalments unless the couple divorce or Pelham dies. They plan to divorce and remarry but will their scheme pay off? The collection also includes a documentary on English actress Liz Fraser entitled 'Liz Fraser - Her Life in Comedy' and the short 'Comedy Cocktail' (1951) in which Edwin J. Fancey presents clips from some of Charlie Chaplin's comedies.
'Doctor Who, with his travelling companions, Sarah and Harry, has landed on a desolate planet called Skaro. As he surveys the barren landscape, a Time Lord appears and tells him he has been brought there to try and avert the creation of the Daleks, and thus prevent them from being the dominant creature in the Universe...' With linking narration by Tom Baker, this condensed version of the original TV episodes includes one of the most memorable and dramatic moments in the history of Doctor Who: the Doctor's moral dilemma about whether he has the right to destroy the Daleks forever. Vintage Beeb: classic albums first available as BBC LPs, now reissued on CD. 1 CD. 1 hr.
The entire third season (remastered) of the 1970s BBC sci-fi series created by Terry Nation. In 'Aftermath', the crew abandon the Liberator in the wake of the Andromedan attack. Avon is rescued by Dayna and her fugitive father. 'Powerplay' sees Avon and Dayna battling for control of the Liberator with Federation officer Tarrant, while Cally and Villa are hostages in a sinister hospital. In 'Volcano', the crew of the Liberator, with Blake and Jenna now missing, arrive at the planet Obsidian. 'Dawn of the Gods' sees the crew at threat from a creature from Cally's legends. In 'The Harvest of Kairos', Servalan captures the Liberator and strands the crew on a deadly planet. 'City at the Edge of the World' sees Villa finding love and adventure 3000 light years from the crew. Unfortunately, he falls foul of Babyan the Butcher (Colin Baker) - the Federation's second most wanted man next to Blake. In 'Children of Auron', Cally is telepathically summoned to help her people, but is in fact walking into a trap set by Servalan. 'Rumours of Death' sees Avon seeking revenge on Bartholomew - the man who killed his one true love, Anna Grant. In 'Sarcophagus', Cally is taken over by a strange alien. 'Ultraworld' sees Dayna and Tarrant racing to save Cally and Avon's minds from the inhabitants of a gigantic computer planet. In 'Moloch', the crew follow Servalan to the planet Sardos, where they encounter the planet's supreme power - a computer creature from the future. 'Deathwatch' sees the crew discover a gladiator style spectator sport where one of the competitors is Tarrant's brother and the 'impartial' judge is Servalan. Finally, in 'Terminal', Avon receives some instructions to travel to the planet Terminal, and he believes them to be from the long-missing Blake. They are actually from the evil Servalan.
The Daleks rampage in this collection of vintage stories from Terry Nation's Dalek Annuals of the 1970s. "Exciting sci-fi adventures in their own right...beautifully pitched sound design...this is a great piece of work from BBC Audio." Doctor Who Magazine "If you're a Dalek fan of any description, then you need to get hold of this. Before the Daleks arrive..." scifibulletin.com Urgent message to all Anti-Dalek Force agents: the Daleks are coming! Defend yourself with The Dalek Audio Annual, packed with exciting tales of galactic terror, global invasion and the adventures of plucky human resistance fighters. Special ADF agents Nicholas Briggs, Louise Jameson and Matthew Waterhouse will read five stories of battlefield reportage - Terror Task Force, Exterminate! Exterminate! Exterminate!, Timechase, The Doomsday Machine and Report from an Unknown Planet - alongside factual updates on the Dalek War: Dalek Genius, Mark 7 Humanoid Robot, Special Report: Secret Meeting on Skaro and more. All material is authenticated from Terry Nation's Dalek Annuals of the 1970s. Order your copy now. It is your duty to remain informed of progress in the ongoing battle between humans and Daleks! Duration: 2 hours 30 mins approx. Text (c) Terry Nation 1976-77 Daleks as seen in the BBC TV series Doctor Who Terry Nation's Dalek Annuals first published by World Distributors by arranged with the BBC Readings produced by Neil Gardner at Ladbroke Audio Sound design by David Darlington Executive Producer: Michael Stevens Cover by Minty Design/images (c) BBC Studios 2018
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