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BBV Productions DVDs feature specific characters or aliens from Doctor Who with permission from the individual writers who created (and retained rights to) their characters.



Bidding Adieu - A Video Diary

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In January 1996 filming began on a new episode of Doctor Who, set in San Francisco but shot in Vancouver Canada.

Sylvester McCoy flew out to join the production team to re-create his role as the seventh Doctor and to hand over to Paul McGann. In this behind-the-scenes video diary Sylvester gives us a personal account of his final days as the famous Timelord.

Reminiscing about the ‘old days’ and drawing comparisons with the experience of working on this latest adventure, he talks to Paul McGann, Daphne Ashbrook (Dr Grace Holloway) from this new production and Anneke Wills (Polly) from the show’s past.

All shot on Hi-8 camcorder

Interviewer: Mark Gatiss

DVD-R Cert 12 Region free

Produced and directed by Bill Baggs




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Doctor Anderson's patients have permanent brain injury or suffer from brain diseases for which there is no cure. When Thomas Mordley begins introducing tests of Cyberon on her patients, Dr Lauren Anderson thinks she already knows how the trial will end - there will be some benefits, but no significant improvement in their condition.

Doctor Anderson is wrong...

Cyberon is different. Mordley knows it's a wonder drug, and it's going to revolutionise medicine. He thinks it may even revolutionise the world. But does he realise that Cyberon has its own plan?

And if he does, could he do anything to stop it?

DVD-R Cert 15 Region free

Produced and directed by Bill Baggs, written by Lance Parkin


Jo Castleton (Lauren Anderson), P.J. Ochlan (Tom Mordley), Oliver Bradshaw (George Cooper), David Roeciffe (Ray), Camilla Aitken (Denise), Kerry Skinner (Nurse), Patricia Merrick (Nurse), Paul Griggs (Nurse / Cyberon), Blane Coughlan (Nurse / Cyberon); Catherine Barker, Bernard Lawrence, Jackie Skarvellis, Marian Baggs, Michael Baggs, Keith Fisher (Patients); Steve Johnson (Cyberon / Cyberon Voices







Downtime - The Lost Years of Doctor Who (Paperback)

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During the interregnum between the Seventh Doctor’s final adventures in 1989 and the relaunch of the series in 2005, BBC One broadcast only three new Doctor Who stories – a TV movie and two comic versions raising money for charity. Elsewhere, books and comic strips (and eventually licensed audios) kept the flame alive, but it seemed the BBC had little interest in reinvigorating the franchise on television.


Meanwhile, seemingly almost forgotten, some of the Doctor’s friends, enemies and legally dubious clones continued their adventures in the direct to video market and their own spin off audio adventures, written by and starring many of the cast/crew who had worked on the original series, and several who would work on the relaunched version.


Downtime – The Lost Worlds of Doctor Who combines archive interviews and articles along with over forty new interviews conducted by the author in order to tell the story of these dramas and their impact and influence, and to celebrate the dedication and ingenuity of fandom.


Downtime is written by Dylan Rees who has previously contributed articles to Celestial Toyroom, You and Who Else and “Breakin’ Point” Magazine. Outside of writing he is a freelance Production Manager and Producer within the film and TV industry.


PROBE: The Devil of Winterborne

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Digitally enhanced for DVD


Starring Caroline John, Peter Davison, Louise Jameson, Reece Shearsmith, Terry Molloy

When P.R.O.B.E. is summoned to investigate the savage murder of a retired headmaster, Liz Shaw is disturbed to find evidence of satanic rite near the scene of the crime.

She soon discovers a web of deceit and corruption that extends back in time, threatening the current occupants of nearby Winterborne School.

With P.R.O.B.E. under threat from within and the death toll mounting, Liz finds herself under increasing pressure from all sides to produce results...

The Devil of Winterborne is at large and only Liz can stop it!


Written by Mark Gatiss

1 x DVD-r Cert 12 Region Free


PROBE: The Ghosts of Winterborne

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Digitally enhanced for DVD. Additional material Stranger Than Fiction 3 Part Two.

Starring Peter Davison, Caroline John, Louise Jameson, Reece Shearsmith


The Devil of Winterborne has only recently been exorcised by P.R.O.B.E.

But when the body of its last victim disappears, and a book of black magic spells is stolen from a local museum, Liz Shaw begins to wonder if the ghosts of the past have really been laid to rest.

Forced into an unholy alliance with the school's disgraced headmaster, Liz must fight not only her own warring emotions, but a festering evil that threatens to corrupt the Earth again after 100 years.

But how do you fight a shadow from hell?



Written by Mark Gatiss

1 x DVD-r Cert 12 Region Free


PROBE: The Zero Imperative

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Digitally enhanced for DVD

Starring Caroline John, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Jon Pertwee, Mark Gatiss, Linda Lusardi

Former UNIT luminary Liz Shaw and her assistant Lou Bayliss are investigating a series of bizarre murders, all committed near a soon-to-be-closed psychiatric hospital.


 When the hospital is unexpectedly reprieved by rich Industrialist Peter Russell events seem to move out of Liz's control. Are the incumbent director of the clinic, Doctor Dove and his predecessor Doctor O'Kane harbouring the killer? What is the centuries-old horror hidden in the grounds?


And what exactly is the secret of room zero?


1 x DVD-R Cert 12 Region free


PROBE: Unnatural Selection

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Digitally enhanced for DVD. Additional material: New scenes specially shot, Stranger Than Fiction 3 Part One.

Starring Caroline John, Louise Jameson, Geoffrey Beevers, Mark Gatiss, Charles Kay, Patricia Merrick

In 1975, the British Government quietly closed down a secret evolutionary project codenamed BEAGLE, ordering the destruction of all research materials.

Today, the discovery of several horrifically mutated bodies alerts Liz Shaw and P.R.O.B.E. to the fact that something is stalking the original site of project BEAGLE - something which may challenge the very nature of humanity itself!

With a crack security team at her disposal, Liz desperately attempts to track down the perverted results of the project.

But who or what is hunting whom?

Written by Mark Gatiss

1 x DVD-R Cert 12 Region Free


PROBE: When To Die

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Starring Hazel Burrows as Dr Elizabeth Shaw



When Liz Shaw returns from a working holiday in Spain a new and deeply disturbing case awaits.


Corporal 7891Alpha has outlived his usefulness or rather the government can no longer afford to fund the medication. And that can mean only one thing... termination!


At first glance a 'government authorised execution' is a simple enough task for the Preternatural Research Bureau (PROBE) team.


But as events unfold, and the truth about Corporal 7891Alpha is revealed, the case becomes far more complex.


Only Liz's wealth of experience, courage and determination can save the day - but not before her her moral compass is knocked off course.