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All two-part episodes from the first to fifth series of the 'Doctor Who' spin-off, created by the award-winning writer, Russell T. Davies. 13-year-old Maria Jackson (Yasmin Paige)'s life gets a lot more exciting when one of the Doctor's most famous former companions, investigative journalist Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen), moves in next door. Soon the young girl is coming face-to-face with all manner of alien life-forms, as she helps her new neighbour restore Earth's cosmic balance. Episodes are: 'Revenge of the Slitheen', 'Eye of the Gorgon', 'Warriors of Kudlak', 'Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?', 'The Lost Boy', 'The Last Sontaran', 'The Day of the Clown', 'Secrets of the Stars', 'The Mark of the Berserker', 'The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith', 'Enemy of the Bane', 'Prisoner of the Judoon', 'The Mad Woman in the Attic', 'The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith', 'The Eternity Trap', 'Mona Lisa's Revenge', 'The Gift', 'The Nightmare Man', 'The Vault of Secrets', 'Death of the Doctor', 'The Empty Planet', 'Lost in Time', 'Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith', 'Sky', 'The Curse of Clyde Langer' and 'The Man Who Never Was'.
When Elisabeth Sladen debuted as journalist Sarah Jane Smith in the 1973 Doctor Who story ' The Time Warrior' she had no idea the character would become one of the most popular in the series' history. Three years later when she quit the TARDIS, having traversed space and time alongside Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker, the story was front page news. But you don' t just walk away from the Doctor. Elisabeth reprised her role many times, and went on to tour the weird and wonderful world of Doctor Who fandom. So when TV wunderkind Russell T. Davies approached her to come back again, this time to a show backed by multi-million pound budgets and garlanded with critical plaudits, how could she refuse? Completed only months before her death in April 2011, Elisabeth' s memoir is funny, ridiculous, insightful and entertaining - a fitting tribute to a woman who will be sadly missed by millions.
The newly regenerated Doctor (Tom Baker), assisted by Sarah, Harry and the Brigadier, has to track down the theft of the components for a powerful new laser gun, and the death of a prominent politician. Sarah investigates the mysterious Think Tank, where it becomes clear that robot K-1 is being misused by its political extremist masters and the Doctor has to prevent the robot from being used to start an atomic war. Tom Baker's first story as the Doctor.
An alien pod discovered in the Antarctic takes over one of the scientists who found it. The Doctor (Tom Baker) and Sarah arrive too late; the scientist has already become a Krynoid, a carnivorous alien plant life. Although they manage to destroy the first Krynoid, a second pod is obtained by plant fanaticist Harrison Chase, who intends to nurture the creature to his own ends. The Doctor calls in UNIT to stop Chase before the Krynoid grows and destroys all animal life on the Earth.
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 Doctor (Tom Baker) and Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen) arrive on storm ridden planet Karn, where mad scientist Dr Solon (Philip Madoc) is creating a hybrid monster body for the brain of renegade Time Lord Morbius (voice of Michael Spice). Also on the planet are the Sisterhood of the Flame, who believe that the Doctor has been sent by the Time Lords to steal their Elixir of life. The Doctor must convince the Sisters of his good intentions and prevent Solon from returning Morbius to life.
Another adventure for everyone's favourite Time Lord. A may-day call to the Doctor (Tom Baker) and Sarah takes them to the outermost horizons of the Universe where they find a Morestran military expedition stranded on a remote planet. The Doctor has to battle an anti-matter monster, the unstable Morestran Commander Salamar, and scientist Professor Sorenson, who is transforming into a deadly Anti-man.
Another adventure for everyone's favourite time-traveller. Answering the Brigadier's space/time telegraph, the Doctor (Tom Baker), Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen) and Harry (Ian Marter) arrive in the village of Tulloch, near Loch Ness. A series of attacks have taken place on local oil rigs, and many are blaming the legendary monster. The Doctor discovers the creature to be the Skarasen - cyborg pet of invading aliens the Zygons. Their own planet having been destroyed and their spaceship crippled, these deadly shape-shifters are now intent upon taking control of the planet Earth.
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.
The Doctor (Tom Baker) and Sarah Jane return for a visit to Earth, only to discover that a wave of evil Mandragora energy has hitched a ride on the TARDIS and is now being used to plunge mankind back into the dark age. They have to thwart not only the murderous count, but also prevent the mad monk Heironymous and the Cult of Demnos from unleashing the Mandragora Helix on mankind.
The Doctor is on a mission, travelling back to the middle ages to locate some missing scientists. He is, however, seriously inconvenienced when he meets a Sontaran warrior. Jon Pertwee stars.
Two classic Doctor Who adventures, one from the 1970s and one from the 1980s, both featuring those sinister humanoids the Cybermen. In 'Revenge of the Cybermen' (1975), the Doctor (Tom Baker), Sarah Jane (Elisabeth Sladen) and Harry (Ian Marter) return to the space station Nerva (from 'The Ark in Space') to recover the TARDIS. They discover the crew decimated by a strange plague, to which Sarah falls prey. The Doctor realises that the plague is part of a plot by the Cybermen to destroy Voga, the planet of gold - gold being the only thing which is lethal to them. At the same time the Vogans are planning to destroy the Cybermen with their Skystriker rocket. The three-part adventure 'Silver Nemesis' (1988) was made to celebrate Dr Who's 25th anniversary. A statue, blasted into space 350 years ago, crashes into Earth in the core of a meteor. The Doctor (Baker) and his assistant Ace (Sophie Aldred) must fight two armies from different time periods, a regiment from 1988 and a battallion of soldiers from 2688, whilst guarding the statue from the clutches of the Cybermen.
All four classic Doctor Who stories featuring the alien species, the Sontarans, who first appeared in the 1973 story, 'The Time Warrior'. The Sontarans are a self -cloning race who live in a militaristic society in the 'southern spiral arm of the galaxy'. Humanoid in appearance, with a squat build and distinctive dome-shaped heads, they are far stronger than mere humans and possess an unquenchable thirst for war. The other stories in this set are 'The Invasion of Time' (1977), 'The Two Doctors' (1984) and 'The Sontaran Experiment' (1975).
Tom Baker stars as the enigmatic Time Lord in this classic two-part adventure. Arriving on a seemingly deserted Earth, the Doctor, Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen) and Harry (Ian Marter) soon discover a crew of shipwrecked astronauts from a distant Earth colony. Lured there by a fake distress call, the astronauts are being experimented on by the deadly Sontarans in preparation of a full-scale invasion of the planet. Can the Doctor defeat Sontaran Field-Marshall Styre (Kevin Lindsay) and save the world?
Two episodes from the Tom Baker era 'Doctor Who', devoted to the Doctor's favourite metallic pooch - K9. In 'The Invisible Enemy', a mysterious cloud is causing havoc in space, infecting all those who pass through it with an intelligent virus which could spread throughout the whole galaxy. The Doctor (Baker) and Leela (Louise Jameson) try to come to the rescue, but the TARDIS passes through the cloud itself, leaving the Doctor infected with the virus. He and Leela then try to find help at a nearby medical station, where they meet the eccentric Professor Marius and his pet robot K-9. In 'K9 and Company', the pilot from the 'Doctor Who' spin-off series, the Doctor's former companion, Sarah-Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen), arrives to take up residence with her Aunt Lavinia at the village of Moreton. She finds the house deserted apart from a crate marked for her attention, which turns out to contain a gift from the Time Lord: K9 Mark 3. The mechanical dog teams up with Sarah to investigate Aunt Lavinia's disappearance, and together they unearth evidence of witchcraft.
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.
Two classic Doctor Who adventures set on the planet of Peladon, starring Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor, with Katy Manning as his companion in the first story and Elisabeth Sladen in the second. In the four-parter 'The Curse of Peladon' (1972), the Doctor (Pertwee) finally seems to have escaped his exile to Earth when he manages to transport Jo (Manning) in the Tardis to the planet Peladon. The pair are mistaken for Earth delegates at a conference to decide whether Peladon should join the Galactic Federation, and discover that someone is attempting to use the legendary royal beast of Aggador to trigger off a war. In the six-parter 'The Monster of Peladon' (1974), the Tardis arrives on the Planet of Peladon half a century after the Doctor's first visit. The planet has now become of great tactical importance because of its focal position between warring factions. The Doctor and Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen) have to act as peacekeepers between rival ambassadors and they must also find the truth behind 'the spirit'.
Attempting to return to UNIT HQ, the Doctor (Tom Baker) and Sarah land in England in 1911, where an ancient force is preparing to return and wreak destruction on the Universe. Sutekh the Destroyer, last of the Osirans, is planning to free himself from his prison on Mars. His robot Mummies are building a rocket to destroy the device which holds him prisoner and If he isn't stopped, there is not a force in the Universe which can stand against him.
The last adventure to star Jon Pertwee. To save the Universe, the Doctor must travel to the planet Metebelis Three, where he discovers an invasion plan of Earth by the Metebelis Spiders, under the leadership of the Great One. To save the planet the Doctor must absorb a lethal dose of radiation, triggering his third regeneration...
The TARDIS materialises in an English quarry where Sarah is involved in a rock fall. When she is rescued, she is clutching a stone hand, which takes control of her and forces her to take it into the core of a nuclear reactor. The Doctor (Tom Baker) arrives too late to stop the hand from regenerating into an alien lifeform known as Eldrad, who demands to be returned to her home planet of Kastria. The Doctor obliges, but all is not as it seems with Eldrad. This was Sarh Jane Smith's last adventure with the Doctor, although she later returned in 'K-9 and Company', 'The Five Doctors' and 'Downtime'.
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