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A selection of DVDs featuring the Seventh Doctor portrayed by Sylvester McCoy



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Ace Adventures DVD Box Set - Dragonfire and The Happiness Patrol

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In these two classic stories Ace joins the Seventh Doctor aboard the TARDIS where she’s soon battling a biomechanoid and liberating a world where just feeling sad can get you shot!


On the planet Svartos, the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Mel unexpectedly encounter an old friend – Sabalom Glitz. Joined by Ace, a teenage waitress with a love for explosives, the group ventures off to find the fabled Dragonfire treasure.

•Deleted / extended scenes
•Trivia subtitles
•Video & audio restoration
•Coming Soon Trailer
•Radio Times Billings (PDF)
•Making-of documentary
•Photo gallery
•Danny Bang - documentary
•The Doctor's Strange Love - documentary

The Happiness Patrol (Ace box)

On the planet Terra Alpha, the population constantly displays happy smiles. Anyone feeling remotely glum disappears. Quickly. Having heard disturbing rumours, the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Ace arrive to topple the entire regime.

•"Ace" wishes Blue Peter Happy Birthday (archive clip)
•Isolated score
•Deleted / extended scenes
•Trivia subtitles
•Video & audio restoration
•Coming Soon Trailer
•Radio Times Billings (PDF) •Making-of documentary •Photo gallery


Battlefield (DVD)

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• Commentary with actors Sophie Aldred, Nicholas Courtney and Angela Bruce, writer Ben Aaronovitch and script editor Andrew Cartmel.

• Storm Over Avallion (dur. 22' 30") - cast and crew talk about the making of 'Battlefield'. With Actors Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Nicholas Courtney, Jean Marsh, Angela Bruce and Marcus Gilbert, director Michael Kerrigan, writer Ben Aaronovitch and script editor Andrew Cartmel.

• Past and Future King (dur. 12' 00") - Ben Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel look back at how the story was commissioned and written, with additional comments from Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Nicholas Courtney, Angela Bruce and Michael Kerrigan.

• Watertank (dur. 6' 36") - illustrated with behind the scenes footage of the actual event, Sophie Aldred and members of the cast and crew recall the on-set accident that happened during the making of 'Battlefield', when a glass water tank shattered with Sophie still inside it. With Sophie Aldred, Sylvester McCoy, Michael Kerrigan and Andrew Cartmel.

• Studio Recording (dur. 18' 56" ) - behind the scenes on the studio recording of Battlefield, taken from a VHS tape made from the live studio output.

• From Kingdom to Queen (dur. 8' 06") - actress Jean Marsh looks back on her three appearances in Doctor Who.

• Trails and Continuity (dur. 5' 10") - BBC1 trails and continuity announcements from the original and repeat transmissions.

• Photo Gallery (dur. 7' 00") - production and publicity photos from the story.

• Isolated Score - option to watch the story with the isolated music score.

• Season 26 Trailer (dur. 1' 30") - producer John Nathan-Turner's specially commissioned teaser trailer for the press launch of the original run's last season.

And as usual there's the Coming Soon and Also Available trailers, Radio Times Billings PDF, Programme subtitles and Subtitle Production Notes.

PAL. Region 2&4 50 mins



Curse of Fenric (DVD), The

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Special features:
commentary by Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred and Nicholas Parsons, an isolated music soundtrack, a cast & crew discussion at the 1990 Nebula convention, "Take Two" (a BBC1 children's programme), "Modelling the Dead" from BSB's Doctor Who weekend in 1990, "Claws and Effect" (a behind-the-scenes featurette), "Shattering the Chains" (an interview with author Ian Briggs), "Costume Design" (interview with costume designer Ken Trew), "Recutting the Runes" (interview with musician Mark Ayres), plus easter eggs and photo gallery. 2 disc set features original 4 part broadcast version plus movie length version featuring extra footage

Cert PG. Region 2&4 Cert PG



Delta and the Bannermen (DVD)

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* Commentary by Sylvester McCoy (the Doctor), Sara Griffiths (Ray), director Chris Clough and script editor Andrew Cartmel
* 'But First This' - Andi Peters presents a contemporary children's TV feature on location with the cast of Delta and the Bannermen
* Interview Rushes Hugh Lloyd (Goronwy)
* 'Clown Court' - Noel Edmonds and Sylvester McCoy present out-takes the Seventh Doctor
* Trails and Continuity
* Photo Gallery
* Radio Times Billings Listings
* Coming Soon Trailer
* Digitally remastered picture and sound quality
* Extra material from the 'But First This' interviews with Sylvester McCoy, Bonnie Langford (Mel) and Ken Dodd (Tollmaster)
* Wales Today: A BBC Wales news report on the making of the programme
* Part One: First edit - The original half-hour edit
* 'Hugh and Us' - An interview with from Delta and the Bannermen
* 'Stripped for Action' - A look at the comic strip adventures of this story presented in a PDF file [DVD-ROM - PC/Mac]
* Production Information Subtitles

Region 2&4 Cert PG



Doctor Who Season 26 Blu ray

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Season 26 features four epic adventures traversing a future Britain invaded by inter-dimensional knights, a strange Victorian house haunted by ghosts from Ace’s past, an alien world populated by Cheetah People and a 1940s army camp under siege from monstrous vampires.


With guest stars including Nicholas Courtney (Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart), Anthony Ainley (The Master), Jean Marsh, Nicholas Parsons, Anne Reid, Ian Hogg, Sylvia Syms and comedy duo Hale & Pace, this fondly-remembered set of stories saw the end of an era for Doctor Who, and set the stage for its hugely successful revival.


Doctor Who: The Collection Season 26 contains several special features, including:


Rare Restored Extended Cuts

• The Curse Of Fenric VHS Extended Version

• The Curse Of Fenric DVD Special Edition

• Battlefield VHS Extended Version

• Battlefield DVD Special Edition


5.1 surround sound & isolated scores

• On all 14 broadcast episodes, plus 5.1 sound on all extended versions of The Curse Of Fenric and Battlefield.


Behind the Sofa

• New episodes with Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, plus companions Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton, Anneke Wills and Jodie-Whittaker-era writers Pete McTighe & Joy Wilkinson.


Showman - the Life of John Nathan-Turner

• A feature-length look at the life and career of Doctor Who’s longest-serving producer, who fought to keep the programme on-air during the 1980s. Contributors include Peter Davison and Colin Baker.


Making ‘The Curse of Fenric’

• A brand new documentary featuring Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Tomek Bork, Nicholas Parsons, Cory Pulman, Marek Anton, Ian Briggs, Andrew Cartmel, Mark Ayres and Ian Collins featuring unseen behind-the-scenes footage and photographs.


In Conversation

• Matthew Sweet chats to companion Sophie Aldred.


The Writers’ Room

• Ben Aaronovitch, Marc Platt, Ian Briggs, Rona Munro and Andrew Cartmel discuss their work on Season 26.


Becoming The Destroyer

• Actor Marek Anton and prosthetics designer Stephen Mansfield recall the creation of one of Doctor Who’s best ever monsters.


Blu-Ray trailer

• Sophie Aldred back in character as Ace.


Brand new Ghost Light extended workprint

Unseen studio footage

Rare archive treats

Convention footage

HD photo galleries

Scripts, costume designs, rare BBC production files

and other gems from our PDF archive


And lots more!


Ghost Light (DVD)

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Earth 1883. At the heart of a Victorian house by the name of Gabriel Chase, lies an alien ship. For millions of years its owner has been asleep, unaware that part of the cargo has evolved into a malevolent creature. When the Doctor brings his assistant Ace to the house to face and overcome a terrible fear from her past, he finds himself catapulted into the secrets lying dormant there.
DVD EXTRAS: Commentary track from Sophie Aldred, Marc Platt, Andrew Cartmel and Mark Ayres. Isolated music. 'Light In The Darkness' featurette. 'Shooting Ghosts' behind the scenes studio footage. Extended/deleted scenes. Writer Q & A session - recorded at the PanoptiCon X convention in 1990. Easter eggs. Photo gallery. Production notes. Music only option. Regions 2/4.

Cert PG. DVD Region 2&4



Greatest Show in the Galaxy (DVD)

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Starring Sylvester McCoy


Although Ace hates clowns, the Doctor decides to take his companion to the Psychic Circus on the planet Segonax. There they find a group of scared performers who live in fear of the sinister and creepy Chief Clown.

But what is so dangerous about this particular circus, why is there such a small audience and will Ace be able to overcome her fear before it’s too late?

Special Features
• Commentary With actors Sophie Aldred (Ace), Jessica Martin (Mags) and Christopher Guard (Bellboy), writer Stephen Wyatt, script editor Andrew Cartmel and composer Mark Ayres. Moderated by Toby Hadoke.
• The Show Must Go On Cast and crew look back on the making of this story.
• Deleted and Extended Scenes
• Model Effects Unused model effects shots originally intended for the story.
• The Psychic Circus A music video set to a song written by Christopher Guard and featuring vocals by Christopher Guard, Jessica Martin and TP McKenna. Produced by Mark Ayres.
• ‘Remembrance’ Demo Two scenes from Remembrance of the Daleks re-scored by Mark Ayres.
• Tomorrow’s Times – The Seventh Doctor The on-going series looking at the press coverage of Doctor Who reaches the Sylvester McCoy era. Presented by Anneke Wills.
• Victoria Wood Doctor Who sketch from Victoria Wood – As Seen on TV.
• Radio Times listings (DVD-ROM)
• Programme Subtitles
• Production Information Subtitles
• Photo Gallery
• Coming Soon Trailer
• Digitally remastered picture and sound quality

The story was originally broadcast on BBC1 between 14th December 1988 – 4th January 1989



Greatest Show in the Galaxy DVD (SIGNED)

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Signed by Sophie Aldred (Ace), Andrew Cartmel (Script Editor)


Paradise Towers (DVD)

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Starring Sylvester McCoy and Bonnie Langford

Mel wants to go swimming and, as the TARDIS pool has been jettisoned due to a leak, Paradise Towers seems to fit the bill. However, when she and the Doctor arrive, instead of the bright squares and charming cloisters the brochure promised, they find dark, rat-infested corridors full of uncontrollable cleaning machines, undisciplined street gangs and over-worked and belligerent caretakers. Some of the residents seem to be disappearing in mysterious circumstances, too.

What has caused such terrible decay? How could such perfect accommodation have become so rundown and dangerous? And why do the street-wise Kangs, apathetic caretakers, sinister Rezzies and Pex – the self-appointed warrior who puts the world of Paradise Towers to rights – all fear whatever terrible force dwells in the basement? Only the unpredictable Chief Caretaker knows what is down there – and the real secret behind the disappearances…

Special Features:

• Commentary – with actress Judy Cornwell, writer Stephen Wyatt, special sounds supervisor Dick Mills and moderated by Mark Ayres.

• Horror on the High Rise – Doctor Who composer Mark Ayres presents a look at the making of Paradise Towers. With actors Richard Briers, Howard Cooke and Catherine Cusack, writer Stephen Wyatt, script editor Andrew Cartmel, original score composer David Snell and replacement score composer Keff McCulloch.

• Deleted and Extended Scenes – deleted and extended scenes from the first edit of the story.

• Continuity – continuity announcements from the story’s original transmission.

• Girls! Girls! Girls! – The Eighties – three actresses who played companions in the 1980s – Sophie Aldred, Janet Fielding and Sarah Sutton – discuss the trials and tribulations of being a Doctor Who girl. Introduced by Peter Purves.

• Casting Sylvester – Jigsaw producer Clive Doig explains his relationship with Sylvester McCoy and his role in the actor’s casting as the Seventh Doctor.

• Photo Gallery, Coming Soon Trailer, Radio Times Listings in Adobe PDF format, Programme subtitles, Subtitle Production Notes


Remembrance of the Daleks Special Edition (DVD)

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 • Commentary by Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor) and Sophie Aldred (Ace)
• Back to School - Cast and crew talk about the making of the story, accompanied by rare behind-the-scenes material. Featuring Simon Williams (Gilmore), Karen Gledhill (Alison),writer Ben Aaronovitch, script editor Andrew Cartmel and director Andrew Morgan
• Remembrances - Cast and crew discuss the influences and references to other Doctor Who adventures that are spread throughout the story
• Extended and Deleted Scenes - Unused scenes, introduced by Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred
• Outtakes - Bloopers and gaffes from the recording of the story
• Multi-Angle Sequences
• Digitally remastered picture and sound quality
• 5.1 Mix A new Dolby 5.1 surround mix, specially produced for this DVD
• Photo Gallery • Radio Times Billings(DVD-ROM PDFs - PC/Mac)
• Production Information Subtitles
• Trailers & Continuity & Isolated Music Track

2 x DVD Region 2&4 Cert PG



Revenge Of The Cybermen and Silver Nemesis Box Set (DVD)

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Revenge of the Cybermen

The Doctor, Sarah and Harry arrives on the Nerva Beacon, hoping to find the TARDIS waiting for them, instead the intrepid trio find a space station in the grip of a deadly plague that has wiped out most of its crew. But the Doctor soon comes to suspect that the 'plague' is no natural illness – and that some of his oldest and most fearsome foes are behind it...

The beacon has been set up to warn space traffic of a new satellite orbiting Jupiter, but one craft is taking no notice of the order to stay clear – a Cybership. The satellite is Voga, Planet of Gold, home to the seemingly harmless Vogans – but why are the Cybermen so determined to destroy it?

Without the TARDIS, the Doctor is unable to return Sarah and Harry to the 20th Century. But then Sarah falls victim to the mystery virus, and unless the Doctor can find a cure – quickly – she will never make it home at all...

Special Features:

• Commentary with actors Elisabeth Sladen and David Collings, producer Philip Hinchcliffe.
• The Tin Man and the Witch - a look back at the making of the story, with director Michael E. Briant, incoming producer Philip Hinchcliffe and outgoing producer Barry Letts.
• Location Report - New Doctor Tom Baker is interviewed by BBC News on location at Wookey Hole during the location shoot for the story.
• Cheques, Lies and Videotape - in the days before official VHS and DVD releases, Doctor Who fans had no option but to swap and trade episodes with other fans, often for extortionate sums of money. Featuring interviews with fans Jamie Wells, Paul Jones, Dave Hankinson, David Palfreyman, Alison Lawson and Damian Shanahan.
• Photo Gallery.

Silver Nemesis
Silver Nemesis begins in 1988 on 23rd November. Lady Peinforte and her loyal servant Richard have travelled from the year 1638 for this moment. Herr de Flores' dreams of establishing the Fourth Reich rest on this point in time. The Cybermen's planned invasion of Earth is scheduled for the same time.

The link between the three? The statue Nemesis, fashioned from validium - the living metal first made by Rassilon on Gallifrey and capable of bestowing the power of life and death on any individual. Can the Doctor and Ace prevent its awesome power from falling into any of their evil hands?

Special Features:

• Commentary with actors Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred, director Chris Clough and script editor Andrew Cartmel.
• Industrial Action - cast and crew look back at the making of this story. With actors Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred and Gerard Murphy, director Chris Clough, writer Kevin Clarke, script editor Andrew Cartmel, stunt arranger Nick Gillard and musician Courtney Pine.
• Deleted and Extended Scenes.
• Trails and Continuity - BBC1 trails and continuity announcements from the story's original transmission.
• Photo Gallery


Survival (DVD)

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Main commentary with Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred and script-editor Andrew Cartmel.

Second commentary (episode three only). Fan commentary from the winners of a recent Doctor Who Magazine competition.

Cat Flap - a two-part documentary covering the making of Survival. Part One covers set-up and pre-production, Part Two covers shooting and post-production. With Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Lisa Bowerman, Will Barton, Sakuntala Ramanee and Adele Silva, script editor Andrew Cartmel, director Alan Wareing, visual effects assistant Mike Tucker, composer Dominic Glynn and costume designer Ken Trew. Narrated by Paul Ewing.

Deleted and Extended Scenes - material from the first edit of the story that didn't make the final cut, plus comparisons of some of the scenes before and after the video effects were added.

Out-takes and comedy moments from the production of the story.

Continuities and trailers from the original BBC1 transmission.

Photo Gallery - production and behind-the-scenes stills from the making of the story.

Isolated Score - option to view the story with synchronous isolated music.

Radio Times listings in Adobe pdf format for viewing on PC or Mac.

Programme subtitles and subtitle production notes.


Disc 2


Endgame - Why was Doctor Who cancelled at the end of Season 26? What might have been in store for the Doctor and Ace if the series had continued into Season 27? With Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred, script editor Andrew Cartmel, writers Ben Aaronovitch and Colin Brake, BBC Head of Drama Series Peter Cregeen, composer Mark Ayres and visual effects designer Mike Tucker. Narrated by Paul Ewing.

Search Out Science - a schools programme featuring the Doctor and Ace, with Stephen Johnson and K9.

Little Girl Lost - A retrospective look at the development of Sophie Aldred's character, Ace, from her first story, Dragonfire through to her last, Survival. With Sophie Aldred, creator Ian Briggs and script editor Andrew Cartmel.

Destiny of the Doctors - Anthony Ainley's last appearance as The Master, in these links from the 1997 computer game.


Cert PG DVD Region 2 & 4


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