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Doctor Who website videos are videos which appear on the main Doctor Who website. Videos on the site covered various topics including clips, trailers, interviews, documentaries and behind-the-scenes.

Initially video content was only available in RealPlayer (.ram) format, however after the 2005 series it began to be made available Windows Media Video as well.[1] This was due to a visitor survey where the RealPlayer format was heavily criticised.[2]

Due to licensing, prior to 2010, most video-related items could not be accessed by non-UK visitors on the site.

1999

Originally videos were embedded in web pages and had a resolution of 128p.

Episode related to Video Originally available
Spearhead from Space Killer shop dummies - Don't be a dummy, get out and about more. The Autons invade. c. 16 November 1999

2000

By late 2000 video resolution had increased slightly to 144p.

Episode related to Video Originally available
Watch Tom Baker talk about the Daleks by 5 March 2000
Dick Mills: Making noises - Dick Mills talks about the Radiophonic Workshop.
(later renamed Dick Mills, sound effects genius)
c. March 2000[3]
The TARDIS noise - How the TARDIS sound was made.
Logopolis Tegan finds the TARDIS 2000
Tom Baker regenerates
Kinda Nerys Hughes and one very mad man (later renamed Hindle in command)
Black Orchid The Doctor goes in to bat
Who is the Doctor?
Earthshock Emotions have their uses - Emotions have their uses. Try telling that to the Cybermen.
(later renamed Useful emotions)
DVD Titles - It's that tune; from The Robots of Death DVD.
(Hosted on the "Cult Vault" part of the BBC Cult website.)
c. November 2000
Yoyo - The Doctor and Leela discuss the finer points of yoyos; from The Robots of Death DVD.
(later renamed It's bigger on the inside... then Bigger on the inside...; hosted on the "Cult Vault" part of the BBC Cult website.)

2001

Initially video clips were uploaded mainly to promote upcoming home media releases on DVD, VHS and CD, however later in the year more videos were added when the website's new "PhotoNovel" and "TARDIS-Cam" sections launched.

From c. November 2001 videos began to be made available in two resolutions; 144p continued for "low bandwidth" internet connections and for "high bandwidth" connections increased to 240p for videos in 4:3 aspect ratio and 180p for videos in 16:9 aspect ratio.

The trailer for Death Comes to Time had a resolution of 155p and the "TARDIS Databank" videos 340p.

Episode related to Video Originally available
Fun at the Funeral Parlour Tom Baker hunts wolves - Tom Baker appears in the second episode of Fun at the Funeral Parlour on BBC Choice at 10:30pm, Monday 8 January 2001. He plays Quimby the mad wolf catcher. Obviously. c. 8 January 2001
DVD Stairs - The Daleks display their new ability; from the Remembrance of the Daleks DVD.
(later renamed They can climb stairs!)
by 26 January 2001
VHS The Daleks' plan - The Doctor and Susan have been captured by the Daleks, who obligingly explain their cunningly evil plan to them; from The Daleks: Remastered VHS.
Escape - Gavrok threatens Mel as the Bannermen look on; from the Delta and the Bannermen VHS.
Spike Milligan's Q Home life of the Daleks - What daleks do after a hard day at the office, TX: 11 December 1975.
(hosted on the "I ❤︎ TV" part of the BBC Cult website.)
by 28 January 2001
CD Deadly games - This video clip comes from the only surviving episode of the Celestial Toymaker. We see Steven and Dodo playing games, while the mysterious Toymaker watches with an invisible Doctor; from The Celestial Toymaker: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD. by 15 February 2001
Cybermen attack - This video clip comes from one of two surviving episodes of Moonbase. This is an early appearance of the classic Cybermen; from The Moonbase: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD.
The Curse of Fatal Death Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death: Part One - Rowan Atkinson's Doctor has a surprise for the Master.[4][5]
Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death: Part Two - An old enemy confronts the Doctor.
Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death: Part Three - The Doctor is forced to rely on his sense of smell. c. early March 2001
Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death: Part Four - The Doctor has A Very Bad Day.
The Sea Devils The Clangers and the Master - The Master observes some intriguing little creatures - from The Sea Devils (1972)
(later renamed Clangers in prison!; hosted on the "I ❤︎ TV" part of the BBC Cult website.)
by 12 March 2001
Title Sequences[6] The original - Doctor Who's incredibly eerie incidental music was composed by Ron Grainer (who also wrote the music for the Prisoner) and realised by Delia Derbyshire. In the days before synthesizers she created every note individually, and played them using a bank of tape decks.
(later renamed First Doctor Title Sequence; hosted on the "I ❤︎ TV" part of the BBC Cult website; This video was re-uploaded on c. 6 March 2005 at a higher resolution.)
by 5 April 2001
Patrick Troughton - The early title sequences were derived from the image created when you pointed a camera at a monitor showing what the camera saw... Well, it was the sixties. This title sequence was for Patrick Troughton's Doctor.
(later renamed Second Doctor Title Sequence; hosted on the "I ❤︎ TV" part of the BBC Cult website.)
Psychodelic spirals - This title sequence is from Jon Pertwee's Doctoring years. The actual episode is entitled 'Planet of the Daleks', which was first broadcast from the 7th April to the 12th May 1973.
(later renamed Third Doctor Title Sequence; hosted on the "I ❤︎ TV" part of the BBC Cult website.)
Tom Baker's time tunnel - Tom Baker's title sequence was created by Bernard Lodge. The original 1960s music was still in use - but with added sparkles.
(later renamed Fourth Doctor Title Sequence; hosted on the "I ❤︎ TV" part of the BBC Cult website.)
Peter Davison's soft rock - Peter Davison's Doctor had his very own "rock" version of the title music, created by Peter Howell.
(later renamed Fifth Doctor Title Sequence; hosted on the "I ❤︎ TV" part of the BBC Cult website.)
Version One Colin Baker's spangles - Colin Baker got Peter Davison's music and title sequence - but with his head stuck on it.
(later renamed Sixth Doctor Title Sequence - One; hosted on the "I ❤︎ TV" part of the BBC Cult website.)
Version Two The rub-a-dub-dub music - For Colin Baker's second series, the music was re-recorded by fan Dominic Glynn - he was surprised to get the commission, and had to work fast to deliver the music. There was no budget left for a new title sequence, however.
(later renamed Sixth Doctor Title Sequence - Two; hosted on the "I ❤︎ TV" part of the BBC Cult website.)
VHS The Countess - The Fourth Doctor tackles a butler and takes charge of a sticky confrontation; from the City of Death VHS.
John Cleese's cameo - It is John Cleese and it is the Fourth Doctor but is it art, darling?; from the City of Death VHS.
An Unearthly Child The Doctor and Susan - From the very first episode - Doctor Who?
(later renamed One day...)
The Power of the Daleks The Dalek Factory - This surviving clip from this missing story shows the Daleks plotting their attack on the planet Vulcan. They have set up a Dalek factory in secret, and their army is ready to emerge. The footage survives because it was included in an Australian documentary - hence the way it is spliced into shots of the Sydney Opera House! Note the extensive use of model daleks and cardboard-cutouts. Also spot the over-enthusiastic Dalek colliding with the camera.
(also known as The Daleks leave their capsule (Australian documentary clip); PhotoNovel)
The Highlanders Censor clips - Clips from this missing story - some fighting, and a shot of the Doctor's feet as he's about to be hung! These clips survive because they were censored from the Australian print.
The Underwater Menace Censor clips - Clips from this missing story - mostly of Polly struggling against the threat of an injection that will turn her into a fish. These clips survive because they were censored from the Australian print.
The Macra Terror Censor clips - Clips from this missing story - lots of claws as the crablike Macra attack (the monsters were mounted on an old mini). These clips survive because they were censored from the Australian print.
(also known as The Macra Terror - violent content!; PhotoNovel)
Fury from the Deep Mr Oak and Mr Quill - Sinister Mr Oak and Mr Quill attack Maggie in Fury from the Deep. These clips survive because they were censored from the Australian print.
Censor clips - Some more surviving clips from this missing story. These clips survive because they were censored from the Australian print.
More censor clips - Some more surviving clips from this missing story. These clips survive because they were censored from the Australian print.
The Invasion The Cybermen invade - The Cybermen emerge from the sewers to take over London's tourist attractions. (later renamed Cybes and the City)
The Doctor escapes - The Doctor heads into Cyber headquarters with Tobias Vaughan. But are the Cybermen waiting for them?
Pyramids of Mars Wanderer in eternity - The Doctor worries about middle age.
DVD Attack of the Magma Monster - The Doctor avoids a threat, but those around him are not so lucky; from The Caves of Androzani DVD.
(later renamed Magma monster)
by 2 May 2001
The Doctor at Sharaz Jek's mercy - Sharaz Jek and the Doctor face off; from The Caves of Androzani DVD.
(later renamed Sharaz Jek)
CD Inside the Yeti - This video clip comes from a surviving episode of The Abominable Snowmen. Here the Doctor and Professor Travers discover the true nature of the mysterious Yeti; from The Abominable Snowmen: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD. (PhotoNovel) by 23 May 2001
The Daleks take control - This video clip sees the Daleks, buried in the Kaled bunker, turn on their creators. Pity Davros wasn't quick enough with the destruct button!; from the Genesis of the Daleks/Exploration Earth CD. by 8 June 2001
Fury from the Deep The TARDIS arrives (PhotoNovel) 8 June 2001
Quill and Oak (PhotoNovel) 15 June 2001
Death Comes to Time The Trailer (Enhanced Version) - A trailer for the special one-off audio drama, Death Comes To Time.[7]
The Web of Fear Yeti in the Underground - In this extract from the only surviving episode of the Web of Fear, the Doctor discovers that the London Underground has been invaded by the Yeti. No, seriously.
(later renamed Going underground; PhotoNovel)
by 28 June 2001
TARDIS under attack - In this extract from the only surviving episode of the Web of Fear, we see the Doctor, Victoria and Jamie rolling around on the floor of the TARDIS. High drama, or just a bit suspicious? You decide.
(later renamed Out of control; PhotoNovel)
VHS The Doctor takes on K9 at chess - from The Sun Makers VHS.
(later renamed Doctor vs K9)
3 July 2001[8]
Death Comes to Time Pilot Episode (Enhanced Version)
  • Prelude: The Fall of the Santine Republic - The Canisians attack.
  • Part One: Rescue - Who will save the senators?
  • Part Two: Myth - Ace has much to learn.
  • Part Three: At the Temple of the Fourth - A meeting on an abandoned planet.
  • Part Four: Golcrum - A future in medicine?
13 July 2001
Breakfast Timelord - Sylvester McCoy appears on BBC Breakfast News to promote the webcast.
Sylvester McCoy Interview
  • Time to Return? - Back in the TARDIS for the BBC.
  • Who's in Charge? - Developing a darker Doctor.
  • A Galaxy of Stars - Facing up to Fry and Sessions.
  • A Bit of Fry and McCoy - The out-take you may not get to hear...
  • Ace - Reuniting with Sophie Aldred.
  • Companion Piece - All about Antimony.
  • Epic Quality - Big budget battles.
  • To Be Continued? - What next for Death Comes to Time?
  • Surfing Sylvester - Is Sylvester Web-savvy?
  • First Time on the Net - Being part of a Web first.
Ace - From waitress to intergalactic saviour. (TARDIS Databank)
Antimony - The Doctor's muscle. (TARDIS Databank)
Canisians - Vicious, war-like killers. (TARDIS Databank)
Casmus - A very wise philosopher. (TARDIS Databank)
The Doctor - A mysterious traveller in Time and Space. (TARDIS Databank)
Gallifrey - The home of the Timelords. (TARDIS Databank)
Micen Island - The sad history of an abandoned planet. (TARDIS Databank)
The Minister of Chance - An old friend of the Doctor. (TARDIS Databank)
The Oath of the Fraction - A solemn promise. (TARDIS Databank)
Santiny - A beautiful and peaceful planet. (TARDIS Databank)
General Tannis - A very nasty man. (TARDIS Databank)
The TARDIS - It's bigger on the inside... (TARDIS Databank)
Timelords - An ancient and very powerful race. (TARDIS Databank)
Doctor Who Night How it all began - Is this really how Doctor Who was conceived? Probably not; from BBC Two's Doctor Who Night. by 13 July 2001
DVD I am the Doctor - The Doctor finally remembers 'Who' he is...; from The TV Movie DVD.
The Abominable Snowmen Arriving in Tibet (also known as The TARDIS lands (Reconstruction); PhotoNovel) 20 July 2001
The Yeti on the move (PhotoNovel) 10 August 2001
VHS Cricket in space... - Cricket - in outer space...; from the Four to Doomsday VHS. by September 2001
The Power of the Daleks Meet the Daleks (montage with audio) - The Doctor leads Ben and Polly into the capsule. Inside they find old enemies...
(also known as Meet the Daleks (Reconstruction); PhotoNovel)
7 September 2001
Lesterson's surprise (montage with audio) - Lesterson introduces a Dalek to the colonists. This clip comes from a video reconstruction made by fans and given to the BBC Archives.
(also known as Lesterson's Robots (Reconstruction); PhotoNovel)
14 September 2001
Lesterson's friendly robots (montage with audio) - Lesterson promises the Daleks the power they require.
(also known as "We will have our power" (Reconstruction); PhotoNovel)
21 September 2001
The Daleks swell their numbers (montage with audio) - Lesterson makes a horrifying discovery in the Daleks' craft.
(also known as Making Daleks (Reconstruction); PhotoNovel)
28 September 2001
Lesterson is betrayed (montage with audio) - "I am your servant."
(also known as Lesterson joins the Daleks (Reconstruction); PhotoNovel)
12 October 2001
VHS The Doctor and the Master compare credentials - from Colony in Space in The Master Tin VHS box set.
(later renamed Comparing credentials)
by November 2001
The Doctor tries to make himself heard - from The Time Monster in The Master Tin VHS box set. (later renamed Struggle to be heard)
The Wheel in Space The Cybermats attack (PhotoNovel) 2 November 2001
The Pilot Episode A Junkyard in Shoreditch - Totter's Lane Junkyard, London, 1963. A strange hummimg noise emanates from the seemingly ordinary Police Box. (TARDIS-Cam) 21 November 2001 onwards[9][10][11]
An Unearthly Child Fleeing from the cavemen - The Doctor flees from the cavemen.
(later renamed Escape from danger; TARDIS-Cam)
Can the Doctor fly the TARDIS? (TARDIS-Cam)
The Edge of Destruction Explosion in the TARDIS - The TARDIS explodes.
(later renamed Big Bang; TARDIS-Cam)
Stalled in the vortex - The TARDIS has stalled in the vortex.
(later renamed Stalled in Vortex; TARDIS-Cam)
Repairing the Fast Return Switch (later renamed Fast Return switch; TARDIS-Cam)
Arrival at Parmir Plain - The Pamir Plain.
(later renamed Parmir Plain arrival; TARDIS-Cam)
The Keys of Marinus Arriving on Marinus (TARDIS-Cam)
The Romans The TARDIS teeters on a ledge
(later renamed Ledge of destruction; TARDIS-Cam)
The War Machines The TARDIS arrives at the Post Office Tower
(later renamed Post Office Tower; TARDIS-Cam)
Ben and Polly see the Doctor acting suspiciously
(later renamed Suspicious activity; TARDIS-Cam)
The Tenth Planet The Cybermen attack (TARDIS-Cam)
The Mind Robber The Doctor rescues his companions - The Doctor rescues Zoe and Jamie.
(later renamed Companion rescue; TARDIS-Cam)
The TARDIS is destroyed (later renamed Breaking up the ship; TARDIS-Cam)
The Doctor, Jamie and Zoe escape (later renamed The trio escapes; TARDIS-Cam)
The Krotons A Kroton attacks the TARDIS (later renamed Direction point!; TARDIS-Cam)
Colony in Space Jo's first TARDIS trip (later renamed TARDIS trip for Jo; TARDIS-Cam)
Come back at once! - The TARDIS leaves UNIT. (TARDIS-Cam)
The TARDIS arrives on Uxarieus (later renamed Landing on Uxarieus; TARDIS-Cam)
The Curse of Peladon The TARDIS arrives on the side of a mountain (TARDIS-Cam)
The TARDIS leaves Peladon (TARDIS-Cam)
The Time Monster Jo stands up to the Master (later renamed Jo stands firm; TARDIS-Cam)
Arriving at Atlantis (later renamed Atlantis arrival; TARDIS-Cam)
Outside of time - Jo plunges the TARDISes outside time. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Doctor meets the Chronovore (later renamed The Chronovore; TARDIS-Cam)
Planet of the Daleks Escaping from the Daleks (later renamed Escaping the Daleks; TARDIS-Cam)
The Doctor is unwell - With the Doctor ill, the TARDIS drifts.
(later renamed Call a Doctor; TARDIS-Cam)
Jo explores the planet Spiridon (later renamed Jo explores Spiridon; TARDIS-Cam)
Rescuing the Doctor (TARDIS-Cam)
Robot The Doctor tries to slip away (later renamed Trying to slip away; TARDIS-Cam)
The Talons of Weng-Chiang Arriving in Victorian London (later renamed Victorian London; TARDIS-Cam)
Leaving Victorian London (later renamed Departure; TARDIS-Cam)
Horror of Fang Rock Arriving in the fog (TARDIS-Cam)
The Ballad of Flannen Isle - Leaving the fog-bound Fang Rock.
(later renamed Ballad of Flannen Isle; TARDIS-Cam)
The Invasion of Time Escaping from the Sontarans - The Doctor and Borusa run from the Sontarans. (TARDIS-Cam)
Rodin mends the TARDIS (TARDIS-Cam)
Thrown into a Black Star - The TARDIS is thrown into a Black Star. (TARDIS-Cam)
Not lost at all... - The Doctor isn't lost in the TARDIS. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Doctor's favourite corridor (TARDIS-Cam)
The Doctor escapes his guard (TARDIS-Cam)
Dead assassins - The Doctor finds his assassins have been killed. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Horns of Nimon Escaping a meteor (TARDIS-Cam)
Spacewalk (TARDIS-Cam)
Stuck in deep space (later renamed Deep Spaced; TARDIS-Cam)
The Leisure Hive Brighton beach - The Doctor's beach holiday. (TARDIS-Cam)
Romana's holiday plan - Romana explains her idea of a holiday.
(later renamed Holiday plans; TARDIS-Cam)
Romana almost escapes - Romana nearly escapes Argolis.
(later renamed Romana's near-escape; TARDIS-Cam)
Leaving Argolis - The Doctor and Romana leave Argolis. (TARDIS-Cam)
Warriors' Gate The TARDIS is adrift (TARDIS-Cam)
Romana isn't interrogated (later renamed Romana in E-Space; TARDIS-Cam)
A rapidly shrinking micro-universe (TARDIS-Cam)
The TARDIS leaves the Gateway (later renamed The Gateway's end; TARDIS-Cam)
Romana leaves the Doctor (later renamed Leaving the Doctor; TARDIS-Cam)
Logopolis Killer Police Box (TARDIS-Cam)
Measuring a Police Box (TARDIS-Cam)
Landing on the Thames (later renamed Thames landing; TARDIS-Cam)
The TARDIS collapses (later renamed Shrinking TARDIS; TARDIS-Cam)
A pact with the Master - The Doctor's pact with the Master.
(later renamed Pact with the Master; TARDIS-Cam)
Arriving at the Pharos Project (TARDIS-Cam)
Castrovalva The Zero Room - The TARDIS has a cricket pavilion. (TARDIS-Cam)
Event One - The TARDIS is caught up in the Big Bang. (TARDIS-Cam)
Tegan touches down - Tegan is impressed with her landing. (TARDIS-Cam)
Time-Flight Arriving at Heathrow (later renamed Heathrow arrival; TARDIS-Cam)
Inside Concorde (TARDIS-Cam)
Stealing the Doctor's TARDIS - The Master steals the Doctor's TARDIS.
(later renamed TARDIS theft; TARDIS-Cam)
The Master has engine trouble (later renamed Engine trouble; TARDIS-Cam)
Landing on the roof of Heathrow (TARDIS-Cam)
Attack of the Cybermen Cyber shoot-out - The Doctor confronts the Cyberleader. (TARDIS-Cam)
TARDIS takeover - The Cybermen's control over the TARDIS is under threat. (TARDIS-Cam)
Chameleon Circuit one - Has the Doctor repaired the TARDIS's chameleon circuit?
(later renamed Chameleon Circuit; TARDIS-Cam)
Chameleon Circuit two - The TARDIS's chameleon circuit works. (TARDIS-Cam)
Revelation of the Daleks Arriving on Necros (TARDIS-Cam)
Delta and the Bannermen Arriving at Tollport G715 - The TARDIS arrives at Tollport G715.
(later renamed Tollport G715; TARDIS-Cam)
Rescuing the space bus - The Doctor tries to rescue the space bus.
(later renamed Space bus rescue; TARDIS-Cam)
Doctor Who Night CG Planet - Theemnite II, 59,888. The TARDIS waits for the Doctor to return. (TARDIS-Cam)
CG Fly-by - The Time Vortex. The TARDIS is in flight. (TARDIS-Cam)
TARDIS Prop - BBC TV Centre Prop Store, 2001. The TARDIS waits... (TARDIS-Cam)
TARDIS Cam No. 1 The Moonscape 1 - What can have destroyed the CyberFleet? (TARDIS-Cam)
The Moonscape 2 - The TARDIS on a desolate moon. (TARDIS-Cam)
TARDIS Cam No. 2 CGI Timetunnel 1 - Varidian System, 9th Valum. The TARDIS attempts to evade capture. (TARDIS-Cam)
CGI Timetunnel 2 - The Time Vortex. The TARDIS is in flight. (TARDIS-Cam)
TARDIS Cam No. 3 The Desert Planet 1 - Desert of Mira on Marina Prime, 36,907. The TARDIS in the stormy Desert of Mira. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Desert Planet 2 - Desert of Mira on Marina Prime, 36,907. The TARDIS is ravaged by a Miran sandstorm. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Desert Planet 3 - Desert of Mira on Marina Prime, 36,907. The TARDIS arrives in the Desert of Mira. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Desert Planet 4 - Desert of Mira on Marina Prime, 36,907. The TARDIS in the Desert of Mira. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Desert Planet 5 - Desert of Mira on Marina Prime, 36,907. A sandstorm rises in the Desert of Mira. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Desert Planet 6 - Desert of Mira on Marina Prime, 36,907. After the storm. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Desert Planet 7 - Desert of Mira on Marina Prime, 36,907. Still no sign of the Doctor as the TARDIS waits patiently. (TARDIS-Cam)
TARDIS Cam No. 4 The Submarine Base (TARDIS-Cam)
TARDIS Cam No. 5 The Snowscene 1 - Mitucus Minor, 3472. The Doctor lands at the base of a glacier. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Snowscene 2 - Mitucus Minor, 3472. Leaving the TARDIS doors open, the Doctor heads into the snow. (TARDIS-Cam)
The Snowscene 3 - Mitucus Minor, 3472. (TARDIS-Cam)
TARDIS Cam No. 6 TARDIS Cam No. 6 (TARDIS-Cam)
The Wheel in Space 'You'd better come in...' (PhotoNovel) 23 November 2001
BBC Cult Advent Calendar Doctor Who's Christmas Message - Tom Baker, Mary Tamm and John Leeson star in this never-broadcast sketch, which was made in 1978. It was recorded for the BBC's Xmas tape - a compilation of sketches and out-takes compiled by the BBC's Video Tape editors. It was written by John Leeson, the voice of K9. Thanks to Tom Baker, Mary Tamm, John Leeson and VT. "Merry Xmas, VT." 1 December 2001[12][13]
Stephen Fry on Time Travel - A sneak preview interview with Stephen Fry during the recording of the final parts of Death Comes to Time. Stephen here talks about his love of TV Sci-Fi, and explains why the continued existence of Esther Rantzen proves time travel will never be invented. 21 December 2001[14]

2002

Due to bandwidth restrictions at the time videos could not be longer than about 2 minutes, so anything longer than that, such as webcasts and video interviews, had to be broken up into several (up to 20) shorter videos.

The newer "TARDIS Databank" videos now had a resolution of 260p.

Episodes 4-6 of Real Time carried a warning stating "This week's episode contains scenes that may not be suitable for younger children."

Episode related to Video Originally available
India Fisher Interview
  • Beyond the fringe - What drove you to become an actress and how did you go about it?
  • Peril with Peter - Teaming up with Big Finish and the pre-Charley days.
  • Taking it on the chin - How has Charley developed as a character over her first ten adventures?
  • Body Double - Your face has made it to the cover of The Chimes of Midnight. Did you always assume Charley looked like you?
  • Do or die - The Doctor faced a time paradox in Storm Warning - save Charley and disrupt history or let her die. What would you have done?
  • Afro Man - Which other Doctors would you like to appear alongside as a companion?
  • Who Man and I - Paul McGann. He's a bit talented and handsome, isn't he?
  • Big Sister - We hear your sister is Francesca Hunt, who stars in The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne.
  • Dalek Days - Earliest memories of Doctor Who.
  • Time Flies - Tell us about the recording schedule for the Eighth Doctor adventures.
  • Larger than life - Do you go 'bigger' when performing on audio to make up for the lack of visuals?
  • Tractor Girls - Tell us about your new play.
  • Special Stories - What's your favourite story so far, and why?
  • TV Times - Would you like to play Charley if the show returned to TV?
  • Name Game - How did you get your name and have you been to India?
  • Death or Glory - When the time comes, how should Charley leave? Death or marriage?
  • Mezzo-Soprano - You have a great voice. Will there be singing in Doctor Who?
  • Fisher Fame - What's been the most unexpected aspect of working on Doctor Who? Have you been recognised in the street yet?
  • Future Projects - What are your upcoming plans and acting ambitions?
  • Scary Monsters - Do you think the Daleks and Cybermen are still scary on audio?
25 January 2002[15]
The Faceless Ones Who's Polly? (PhotoNovel) 1 February 2002
Death Comes to Time Planet of Blood: Part One (Enhanced Version)
  • Valentine's Day - Something nasty in the university.
  • Out of Time, Out of Place - Antimony and the Doctor investigate.
  • Son of TARDIS - Suspicions are formed.
  • Bad Dreams - The Doctor makes a discovery.
14 February 2002
The Faceless Ones Hidden Room (PhotoNovel) 15 February 2002
Death Comes to Time Planet of Blood: Part Two (Enhanced Version)
  • Horror in the City - Panic on the streets of London.
  • Eliminate the Possible - Speedwell begins to realise what he's up against.
  • Breakfast - How to remember dreams.
  • A Common Friend - The Canisian Army makes an arrest.
22 February 2002
Planet of Blood: Part Three (Enhanced Version)
  • Shopping - The hunt for the beast continues.
  • Inter-species Communication - The Doctor goes underground.
  • Saving Dr Cane - Is Dr Cane happy?
  • Nessican's Report - Nessican passes on his findings.
  • Epilogue - The Doctor realises something.
1 March 2002
The Child: Part One (Enhanced Version)
  • Glory - The Canisian conquest of Santiny is complete.
  • The Dictator's Society - Who is in control of the Canisian Empire?
  • Opposites - Is the rebellion really crushed?
  • The Minister's Gift - Can the Minister be trusted?
8 March 2002
The Child: Part Two (Enhanced Version)
  • The Lune Forest - Ace and Casmus head towards Mount Plutarch.
  • The Minister's Treachery - Will Captain Carne accept the Minister's offer?
  • Here to Help - The TARDIS arrives on Alpha Canis One.
  • Discovery - Pilot makes his report.
15 March 2002
The Child: Part Three (Enhanced Version)
  • The Deal - What will Premier Bedloe do for his child?
  • A Boring Life - Time Lords lead such boring lives...
  • A Change of Circumstance - The Doctor makes a discovery.
22 March 2002
The Moonbase The Piper (PhotoNovel)
Death Comes to Time No Child of Earth: Part One (Enhanced Version)
  • Water, Water - The Minister and Sala are on the run.
  • Bad Jokes - Ace has nothing to laugh about.
  • The Path - Is the Minister's conscience clear?
  • Death Metal - Tannis makes himself clear.
29 March 2002
No Child of Earth: Part Two (Enhanced Version)
  • Consider the Lillies - The hidden joys of Santiny.
  • The Minister's Destruction 1 - The rebels reach the Lurian prison camp.
  • The Minister's Destruction 2 - General Tannis makes a killing.
  • Where To Now? - The Canisian fleet has a new destination.
5 April 2002
The Moonbase Walking on the Moon (PhotoNovel)
Death Comes to Time No Child of Earth: Part Three (Enhanced Version)
  • Mount Plutarch - Ace and Casmus reach their destination.
  • The Kingmaker, He - Ace has an audience with the Kingmaker.
  • Goodbye to Casmus - Ace has a final test to pass.
12 April 2002
VHS Tinkering with the TARDIS - Don't play with the TARDIS console...; from

The Ambassadors of Death VHS. (later renamed TARDIS tinkering)

c. 11 April 2002
Docking to lounge music - Spaceships docking - to the sound of Procul Harem?; from

The Ambassadors of Death VHS. (later renamed Delicate docking)

Death Comes to Time Death Comes to Time: Part One (Enhanced Version)
  • Anima Persis - Ace arrives on the plague planet.
  • Poor Tannis - In the garden on Gallifrey, Midas is concerned.
  • The Well of Souls - Ace braves the volcano.
  • Meet The Dead - The demons have a proposal.
  • Ace Is Reunited With The Doctor - Has Ace made the right choice?
  • Who Walks Like A Crow? - The Kingmaker has a visitor.
19 April 2002
Death Comes to Time: Part Two (Enhanced Version)
  • A Friend is Lost - The Kingmaker has bad news for the Doctor.
  • Two Friends are Lost - Ace returns to Gallifrey.
  • Three Old Friends on Santiny - The Doctor arrives on Santiny.
26 April 2002
The Final Teaser 30 April 2002[16]
Death Comes to Time: Part Three (Enhanced Version)
  • Fortune Falls - The Doctor confronts the Minister.
  • The Probe - Do Aliens exist?
  • A Great Leader and A President - General Tannis is invited to a meeting.
  • A Warm Welcome - The Canisian fleet prepares for invasion.
  • Teatime - It's time for a rest.
  • We Always Win - Cause for celebration.
  • Twilight - New adventure beckons.
3 May 2002
Sylvester McCoy Interview
  • No Idea - What do you make of the script?
  • Lovely Lady - Who have you been working with and what sort of scenes have you been playing?
  • Low-tech Solution - Did you get a chance to see how the first episode looked with the graphics?
  • Leave it to Beaver - Tell us about what you’ve been working on recently.
  • Silver Superhero - How has the Doctor evolved, and are you happier with the character now?
  • Back to TV? - Would you still be up for playing the Doctor on TV, and what would you change?
by 3 May 2002
Stephen Fry Interview
  • Load of b**** - Science fiction may be nonsense, but it still has a place in Stephen's heart.
  • No going back - Stephen proves conclusively that time travel can't exist.
  • Minister Fry - How the Gallifreyans are really rather English.
  • On screen - Would the role of the Doctor appeal on TV?
  • Doctor Dandy - If you had a chance to go back anywhere in time and explore when would appeal and why?
John Sessions Interview
  • General Tannis - How are you approaching the character of the General?
  • Respect your enemy - What makes a good Doctor Who villain?
  • A British classic - What attracted you to the idea of taking part in Doctor Who?
  • No sex, I'm the Doctor - How would you play the Doctor if you had the chance?
  • TV or web - Will the internet be the Doctor's new home?
  • A fan in spite of himself - Even distinctly retro leanings didn't stop John from liking Doctor Who.
Jon Culshaw Interview
  • Jon Culshaw IS the Doctor - Jon shows off the best Tom Baker impression in the business.
  • Impressive man - What prompted you to start doing impressions of Tom Baker.
  • Pass the molecular rectifier - How involved do you get in the writing of Dead Ringers Doctor Who sketches?
  • Getting involved - How did you get involved in Death Comes To Time?
  • Character confusion - Do you find it’s difficult to switch between the different characters you play?
  • Alter-ego - Tell us about the show you did on ITV recently.
  • Doctor in the house - Should Doctor Who return to television?
  • Master impressionist - Jon's last word.
Kevin Eldon Interview
  • Boring Actors - Tell us a bit about yourself.
  • Childhood love - Being Antimony, and loving Doctor Who.
  • Peggy invades Mars - Did you know Simon Pegg is also into Who?
  • Bleep and Booster - Are you pleased with the way DCTT is turning out?
  • Web or TV? - The future of the Doctor.
Peggy Batchelor Interview
  • A very full life - Peggy tells us her astounding life history - tigers, torpedoes, and Dick Barton.
  • A fine romance - How Peggy's life changed, and joining Death Comes to Time.
  • Changing Times - How has the technique of radio recordings changed since your heyday?
  • Confusing but fun - Were you ever a fan of science fiction?
  • Favourite Doctor - Peggy tells us how thrilled she was to be working with Sylvester.
  • Coming back - Has this whetted your appetite for a return to audio?
Stephen Brody Interview
  • Comedy career - What sort of things have you worked on in the past?
  • A nightmare come true - Has Doctor Who always interested you?
  • Police silence 1 - It's all very hush hush.
  • Police silence 2 - Tell us about your character and how you play him.
  • It’s all true - We've been out there for weeks in the forest...
Robert Rietti Interview
  • Introduction - Could you introduce yourself and your character?
  • Becoming Involved - How did you get involved in the project?
  • Shh, Doctor Who is on - Was Doctor Who something you watched yourself?
  • Premier League - How are you playing this character?
  • Super-villain Voices - Could you tell us about doing voice work for James Bond films?
  • The Unknown Star - Robert tells us how his voice kept an actor's career alive.
Andrew McGibbon Interview
  • Radio days - Meeting Dan and working on Loose Ends.
  • Behind the sofa - The biggest thing since drumming for Morrissey.
  • No cheapie monsters - Do you think audio is a good way forward for Doctor Who?
  • Start of a good thing - Online projects and opportunities for drama.
  • Have me back - What other areas would you like to explore in your acting?
David Evans Interview
  • Professional fool - Could you introduce yourself?
  • From street to studio - How much acting have you done?
  • Firm fan - Were you a fan of Dr Who at any point?
  • Playing nasty - What’s it like working on a full-scale audio production?
  • Radio Doctor - Do you think that Doctor Who should return to television?
  • More! More! - Would you like to do more of this type of thing?
Britta Gartner Interview
  • New to Who - Tell us about your background.
  • German SF - What is German sci-fi actually like?
  • Acting background - What other acting have you done.
  • Sci-fi characters - Are you generally interested in playing sci-fi roles?
  • Playing the alien - What sort of things would you like to do in the future?
Charlotte Palmer Interview
  • Working with Dan - How did you come to be cast on Death Comes to Time?
  • Fan-tastic - Were you a fan of Doctor Who?
  • Still popular - On obsessed fans and being pumped for inside information.
  • The right way, Janeway - Are you a science fiction fan yourself?
  • An old hand - Have you enjoyed working with Sylvester?
Gareth Jones Interview
  • Introduction - Gareth tells us about himself and about his role.
  • Excitement - Were you a Doctor Who fan yourself?
  • Netty but nice - Do you think Death Comes to Time works well on the internet?
  • Death in the morning - How's the recording been, and what are you doing next?
Recording Sessions 1 - Captain Carne reports to General Tannis.
Recording Sessions 2 - General Tannis and the Fleet Pilot.
Death Comes to Napkins: Animatic - The above animatic was done as a rough pilot, to test the animation technique used in Death Comes to Time. It was created using Lee Sullivan's rough sketches (done in a hurry on napkins in a Scottish hotel), together with a few standard BBC publicity photographs. Once the moves were signed off, the finished pictures were later dropped in. Weirdly fascinating, isnt' it?
Alpha Canis One - Home of the Canisians. (TARDIS Databank)
Bedloe - Premier of the Canisians. (TARDIS Databank)
Earth - Sol III in Mutter's Spiral. (TARDIS Databank)
Police - Non-armed guardians. (TARDIS Databank)
Valentine - A retired saint. (TARDIS Databank)
VHS Meet K9 - from The Invisible Enemy VHS. 8 May 2002[17]
The nucleus of the Swarm - from The Invisible Enemy VHS.
(later renamed The Swarm nucleus)
Tidying the TARDIS - from The Creature from the Pit VHS. 31 May 2002[18]
Climb every mountain - from The Creature from the Pit VHS.
The Web of Fear Censor clips - Compilation of clips from New Zealand returned by Graham Howard. 17 June 2002[19][20]
The Wheel in Space Censor clips - Clip from New Zealand returned by Graham Howard.
Real Time TV Trailer - The Real Time TV trailer, as shown on BBC TV. c. August 2002
Real Time: Episode One (Animation & Broadband Versions)
  • Part One - What is the fate of the missing survey teams?
  • Part Two - What mystery lies within the temple ruins?
  • Part Three - The Doctor studies an ancient inscription.
  • Part Four - The temple's secret is revealed.
  • Part Five - There's a new arrival at the temple.
2 August 2002
Colin Baker Interview
  • Second chances - How are you playing the Doctor these days?
  • Tinkering with time - If you had the opportunity, what would you like to go back and change about the past?
  • Frightening with finesse - What are the key elements which create terror in a Doctor Who manner?
  • Faithful companions - Which of your companions do you think has worked best?
  • Ten men - Cybermen have the strength of ten men. If you had ten men at your disposal, what would you do with them?
Marco Polo Blowing a fuse (animated reconstruction) - On the roof of the world, the TARDIS has blown a fuse… Original flash animation by Neil Smith. 8 August 2002[21]
Real Time Real Time: Episode Two (Animation & Broadband Versions)
  • Part One - The planet is under Cyber control.
  • Part Two - Why do they want the TARDIS?
  • Part Three - The Controller's plan becomes clearer.
9 August 2002
Maggie Stables Interview
  • An old favourite - Were you a fan of Doctor Who?
  • Escape to Who - How did you come to act in Doctor Who?
  • Characterful companion - Could you tell us about your character and her relationship with the Doctor?
  • Ten jolly men - Cybermen have the strength of ten men. If you had ten men at your disposal, what would you do with them?
Real Time: Episode Three (Animation & Broadband Versions)
  • Part One - Isherwood has a proposition...
  • Part Two - The Cybermen want the TARDIS - but why?
  • Part Three - Goddard has a plan.
  • Part Four - Remembering an old song...
16 August 2002
Jane Goddard Interview
  • In the beginning - What’s your earliest memory of Doctor Who?
  • Sounds scary - Do you think Doctor Who is scarier on TV or on audio?
  • Ms Cyberworld 2002 - How do you feel about being the first Cyber-woman?
  • Character one - Can you tell us a little about your character before they became a Cyberman?
  • I’d rather exist, frankly - If you could travel in time, what would you want to go back and change?
  • Strength of ten women - How would you use the strength of ten men?
Rob Shearman Interview
  • Current projects - Can you tell us what you've worked on?
  • Penning the penguin - Is there anything special about writing for Frobisher?
  • Further Frobisher fun - How did you feel about doing more Frobisher adventures?
  • Scary sound edits - Have you heard how it will sound yet?
  • Putting fear into the Doctor - How influenced were you by Sapphire and Steel when writing Chimes of Midnight?
  • Things that go bump in the night - You’ve said you were scared of your own house - is this true?
  • Never say exterminate again - What’s it like writing for the Daleks?
19 August 2002[22]
Real Time Real Time: Episode Four (Animation & Broadband Versions)
  • Part One - What have they done to Ricky Allen?
  • Part Two - "Friendship is your downfall, Doctor"
  • Part Three - Playing God with time as your toy.
  • Part Four - The Controller's influence is strong.
  • Part Five - Conventional Cyber threats.
23 August 2002
Yee Jee Tso Interview
  • Memories of Who - Did you watch Doctor Who when you were younger?
  • Whovian history - Could you tell us how you first became involved with Doctor Who and how you became involved with this project?
  • Cyber character - Can you tell us about the character you play in this particular Doctor Who story?
  • Back to school - If you had the chance to go back in time what would you want to change in your life?
  • Ten men - It’s often said that Cybermen have the strength of ten men. If you had ten men at your disposal what would you have them do?
Real Time: Episode Five (Animation & Broadband Versions)
  • Part One - Hiding among Cybermen.
  • Part Two - Morality is a luxury.
  • Part Three - Honour their faces and names.
  • Part Four - A bit of sabotage.
30 August 2002
Stewart Lee Interview
  • Annual favourite - What’s your earliest memory of Doctor Who?
  • Strong stuff - Did Doctor Who used to scare you?
  • Bob the begrudging - Tell us a bit about your character Ryan Carey.
  • Can't say no - What made you take on this role?
  • Cyber-comics - Do you think comedy actors suit these sorts of audios?
  • No change - If you could go back in time, what would you want to change?
  • DIY to the power of ten - If you had ten men at your disposal, what would you do with them?
Real Time: Episode Six (Animation & Broadband Versions)
  • Part One - Article seven: comitting genocide.
  • Part Two - Considering the future.
  • Part Three - Why did you kill my friend?
  • Part Four - The historic flight.
6 September 2002
Nicholas Briggs Interview
  • Cybermen parts - Tell us about the multiple role you have in this story.
  • Essential electronics - How important is it to have the electronic effect on the voice while you’re acting?
  • Cyber-silliness - Do you have an irresistible urge to say really daft things and see how it sounds as a Cyberman?
  • Battle of the bawlers - With the full Cyber voice do you now feel you’re a match for Colin Baker’s Doctor in terms of shoutiness?
  • Sucky Sontarans - The Daleks’ and the Cybermen’s voices are the real classics of Doctor Who but which are the voices do you think really sucked?
Gary Russell Interview, Part One
  • Cyber Control - How was it working for the BBC?
  • Cyber Planner - Was it time to restore the credibility of the Cybermen?
  • Charting Real Time - Did you use flip charts to figure out the story structure?
  • Dos and Don'ts - What did you learn from Death Comes to Time about writing an online drama?
  • Brilliant Baker - How come Colin Baker is now more popular than ever?
  • New Companions - Tell us about Evelyn and your other new companions.
13 September 2002[23]
Virtual Cybermen
  • The Model - A simple standing pose, to show off the detail on the model.
  • Wireframe Model - The same pose, but before the model was 'skinned'.
  • It Moves! - A clip to demonstrate the movement capabilities of the model.
  • Moving Wireframe - The same movement routine, but showing the structure of the virtual Cyberman.
  • Walking, shooting Cybermen - The Cybermen attack! CGI animation by Chris and Kevin Gregory.
Gary Russell Interview, Part Two[24]
  • Companion Piece - Why choose to do a Sarah Jane spin-off series?
  • Elisabeth Sladen - What was Lis Sladen's creative input into the storylines?
  • Sarah and Company - Is it true that K9 and Company was the series' anti-blueprint?
  • In the doghouse - Why doesn't K9 feature in the series?
  • New Faces - What can you tell us about the new cast?
  • Old hands, new ideas - Were Terrance Dicks' and Barry Letts' scripts 'traditional' or 'modern'?
  • More to come? - Is this series going to open the flood gates for more Sarah Jane audios, and might you be tempted to produce dramas for other companions?
20 September 2002
The Ice Warriors You ought to get an expert in... (PhotoNovel)
DVD The Doctor gets flirty - Cameca flirts with the Doctor; from The Aztecs DVD.
(later renamed The Doctor flirts)
26 September 2002[25]
VHS What has attacked the Doctor? - What has attacked the Doctor in the darkness?; from The Sensorites in The First Doctor VHS box set.
(later renamed Who attacked Who?)
The Doctor confronts the Meddling Monk - from The Time Meddler in The First Doctor VHS box set. (later renamed Confronting the monk)
Doc Holliday prepares for surgery - from The Gunfighters in The First Doctor VHS box set. (later renamed Preparing to operate)
The Ice Warriors Is there life on Mars? (montage with audio) (PhotoNovel) 27 September 2002
DVD The Stones of Blood Clip - from The Key to Time US DVD box set. c. October 2002
Gary Russell Interview, Part Three[26]
  • Big Beginnings - Tell us about the origins of Big Finish and how you became involved with the company.
  • Direct and to the point - Do you personally chose which stories you direct? What attracts you to a story?
  • Audio amusement - Since the success of The One Doctor, do you think that there'll be more room for fun in Doctor Who audios?
  • Never say NeverLand again - At the end of NeverLand you left McGann in a bit of a predicament...
  • McGann marches on - What are your future plans for the Eighth Doctor in terms of timescale?
  • Continuity super-highway - Why isn't there more cross-referencing between the Big Finish audios and the BBC Books range?
  • Making the same mistakes - As a long-term fan turned professional producer, have you ever caught yourself doing something in your version of Doctor Who that you used to hate other people for?
  • Moving in front of the mic - Now the big question. When are we going to see you acting in one of your plays?
  • Not so Big Finish - How big is Big Finish now in terms of core staff?
  • Taking the Doctor back to the screen - Do you think that you are ready yet to take on the next stage of doing something on film or video, and what might it be?
4 October 2002
The Ice Warriors Victoria calls for help (montage with audio) (PhotoNovel)
Chased through the ice caves (PhotoNovel) 11 October 2002
Radio Controlled Dalek - Product Enterprise's Steve Walker demonstrates what has to be this year's coolest cult Christmas present... 14 October 2002[27]
The Ice Warriors Power struggle (PhotoNovel) 18 October 2002
Meltdown for the Ice Warriors (PhotoNovel) 25 October 2002
Dead Ringers Dead Ringers on TV - Jon Culshaw tells us all about playing the Doctor, and living with the enemy. Interview and behind-the-scenes footage from Dead Ringers on TV. 15 November 2002[28]
Tom Baker Interview
  • Bad impressions - What do you think of (Dead Ringers star) Jon Culshaw's impression of you?
  • Time for bread - I hear you'll be doing one of the voices in the new Magic Roundabout film. What's your character like?
  • Money for old rope? - What do you think of all these TV companies reviving old shows rather than commissioning new ones?
  • You've got the key - Does this bring back any memories? (Rob hands a piece of the Key to Time to Tom)
  • Grave concerns - What are your plans for next year?
22 November 2002
Nev Fountain Interview
  • Pitch Perfect - How did you come to be writing for Big Finish?
  • A tough gig - What were the challenges of script-editing Death Comes to Time?
  • Flourishes and robots - What elements did you feel you contributed to Death Comes to Time?
  • Caught in the web - Having seen Death Comes to Time, do you see the web as the new home for Doctor Who?
  • Back from beyond - How would you bring Doctor Who back to TV?
  • Art for art's sake - What attracts you to audio work? It can't be the money.
  • The Fourth Dimension - Is it hard to sneak science fiction onto Radio Four?
29 November 2002[29]
Bang-Bang-a-Boom! Cast Interview
  • What's the plot? - Who's who and what's what in Bang-Bang-a-Boom!
  • Comic Capers - Comedy Who - does it work?
  • Nul Points - Memories of the famous song contest.
  • Bonnie's Back - The renaissance of Miss Langford.
December 2002

2003

Episode related to Video Originally available
DVD The Doctor gets in a lather - from The Seeds of Death DVD.
(later renamed Getting in a lather)
c. January 2003
Magic tricks - The Doctor impresses Jago; from The Talons of Weng-Chiang DVD.
VHS Airlock agony for Jo - from The Mutants VHS.
Doctor What? - To celebrate Tom Baker's 69th birthday, we haven't posed the question "Doctor Who?", rather "Doctor What?" Lovingly compiled by John Molyneux.[30] 23 January 2003
The Smugglers The Smugglers clip - All that remains, thanks to the New Zealand censors... (PhotoNovel)
The Gallifrey Ones Paul Cornell Interview
  • Old targets - What's your favourite Target novel?
  • Most influential book - What's the most influential Doctor Who book?
  • Interesting Doctors - Who is the most interesting Doctor to write for?
  • Overlooked companions - Which companion has the most untapped potential?
  • Rejected ideas - What's the best idea you've had rejected?
  • Bad habits - What's your worst habit as a writer?
  • Conventions - What is your favourite memory of a convention?
c. 18 February 2003
Paul Ebbs Interview
  • Old targets - What's your favourite Target novel?
  • Most influential book - What's the most influential Doctor Who book?
  • Interesting Doctors - Who is the most interesting Doctor to write for?
  • Overlooked companions - Which companion has the most untapped potential?
  • Rejected ideas - What's the best idea you've had rejected?
  • Bad habits - What's your worst habit as a writer?
  • Conventions - What is your favourite memory of a convention?
Jon de Burgh Miller Interview
  • Old targets - What's your favourite Target novel?
  • Most influential book - What's the most influential Doctor Who book?
  • Interesting Doctors - Who is the most interesting Doctor to write for?
  • Overlooked companions - Which companion has the most untapped potential?
  • Rejected ideas - What's the best idea you've had rejected?
  • Bad habits - What's your worst habit as a writer?
  • Conventions - What is your favourite memory of a convention?
Lance Parkin Interview
  • Old targets - What's your favourite Target novel?
  • Most influential book - What's the most influential Doctor Who book?
  • Interesting Doctors - Who is the most interesting Doctor to write for?
  • Overlooked companions - Which companion has the most untapped potential?
  • Rejected ideas - What's the best idea you've had rejected?
  • Bad habits - What's your worst habit as a writer?
  • Conventions - What is your favourite memory of a convention?
Kate Orman Interview
  • Old targets - What's your favourite Target novel?
  • Most influential book - What's the most influential Doctor Who book?
  • Interesting Doctors - Who is the most interesting Doctor to write for?
  • Overlooked companions - Which companion has the most untapped potential?
  • Rejected ideas - What's the best idea you've had rejected?
  • Bad habits - What's your worst habit as a writer?
  • Conventions - What is your favourite memory of a convention?
Lloyd Rose Interview
  • Old targets - What's your favourite Target novel?
  • Most influential book - What's the most influential Doctor Who book?
  • Interesting Doctors - Who is the most interesting Doctor to write for?
  • Overlooked companions - Which companion has the most untapped potential?
  • Rejected ideas - What's the best idea you've had rejected?
  • Bad habits - What's your worst habit as a writer?
  • Conventions - What is your favourite memory of a convention?
Gary Russell Interview
  • Old targets - What's your favourite Target novel?
  • Most influential book - What's the most influential Doctor Who book?
  • Interesting Doctors - Who is the most interesting Doctor to write for?
  • Overlooked companions - Which companion has the most untapped potential?
  • Rejected ideas - What's the best idea you've had rejected?
  • Bad habits - What's your worst habit as a writer?
  • Conventions - What is your favourite memory of a convention?
Dale Smith Interview
  • Old targets - What's your favourite Target novel?
  • Most influential book - What's the most influential Doctor Who book?
  • Interesting Doctors - Who is the most interesting Doctor to write for?
  • Overlooked companions - Which companion has the most untapped potential?
  • Rejected ideas - What's the best idea you've had rejected?
  • Bad habits - What's your worst habit as a writer?
  • Conventions - What is your favourite memory of a convention?
Doctor Who Books Telepress Kate Orman Interview
  • Computer Crime - What inspired you to write Blue Box?
  • Think Different - Tell us why the Doctor is an Apple Mac User.
  • It's Torture - Why does the Doctor get tortured so much in your books?
  • Tied Up - Do you think the torture went beyond the style of the TV show?
  • Dumbing Down - What was the transition from Virgin to BBC books like?
  • Eight is great - How how hard was it to define the Eighth Doctor, being one of the first authors to tackle him?
  • Short stories - What's the knack to writing them?
  • Girl Power - What was it like being the first female Who novelist?
  • Title Tittle Tattle - What's the favourite of your book titles?
  • Fun With Utensils - Do you still have fond memories of Graham the Spatula?
  • Future Plans - What next for Kate Orman?
March 2003
Shada Shada Trailer 4 April 2003[31]
Shada: Episode One (Animation Low & High Quality Versions)
It's about a book... A dangerous book.
  • Prelude
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
2 May 2003
Paul McGann Interview
  • Amazing Adams - What are your memories of Douglas Adams?
  • An odd read - What is the most bizarre book you have ever read?
  • Fonz McGann - What was your biggest seventies fashion lapse?
  • Companion piece - What's different about working with Lalla rather than India?
  • Hacking through Who - What memories do you have of Doctor Who?
  • Not the woolly scarf! - How should your Doctor look in the animations?
  • Movies to audio - Do you prefer making Who on audio or on film?
  • An unexpected call - Did you ever think you'd be Doctor Who?
K9 Interview
  • The company K9's kept - What have you been up to in the past few years?
  • Wheelies! - Did Barbara Woodhouse ever tame you?
  • Kennel memories - What do you miss about the TARDIS?
  • Season of death - Where does K9 the actor reside these days?
Shada: Episode Two (Animation Low & High Quality Versions)
The race to retrieve the book is on.
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
  • Part Six
9 May 2003
Lalla Ward Interview
  • Best books - What is the most bizarre book you have ever read?
  • Losing Douglas - What are your memories of Douglas Adams?
  • Humorous Who - Are you trying to keep Douglas's humour in Shada?
  • Tom-foolery - Was it scary being in a punt with Tom Baker?
  • Eclectic tastes - How should Romana look in the animations ?
  • Fashion failures - Did you like the outfits you wore as Romana?
  • A girl's best friend - Never work with kids and robot dogs. True?
  • Remaining Romana - Are you happy with your character's development?
  • Joining Who - What are your earliest memories of Doctor Who?
  • Shakespeare and sci fi - Tell us about being in the 1980 BBC Hamlet.
Sean Biggerstaff Interview
  • Bizarre books - What is the most bizarre book you have ever read?
  • Tartan terror - What has been your worst lapse of fashion?
  • Toasting Skagra - What's your favourite moment of your character?
  • Smart student - How do you imagine your character looking?
  • Why Who? - What are your favourite memories of Doctor Who?
  • The Adams effect - How have you been influenced by Douglas Adams?
  • I need a hero - Who were your childhood heroes?
  • Back to Hogwarts - Do you think Potter will last like Who?
Shada: Episode Three (Animation Low & High Quality Versions)
Will the Doctor finally lose his mind?
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
16 May 2003
John Leeson Interview
  • Remembering Douglas - What's your fondest memory of Douglas Adams?
  • Vocal talents - What's the secret of a sci-fi voice?
  • Standing tall - What's your favourite thing about these recordings?
  • Top TV - What are your memories of the original Shada?
  • Swamp juice - Tell us about acting in The Power of Kroll.
  • K9 and commercials - Have you ever voiced K9 for anything odd?
  • K9 and Co - Tell us about the spin-off.
  • Scotty dog - How did you first come up with the K9 voice?
Susannah Harker Interview
  • Odd books - What is the most bizarre book you have ever read?
  • Fantasy acting - What's the difference between sci-fi and straight drama?
  • Claire the confused - What's your favourite aspect of your character?
  • Good companion - Is it true you had an ambition to be a companion?
  • Cartoon chic - How do you imagine your animated character looking?
  • Dealing with the Doctor - What's it like playing alongside Paul McGann?
  • Metallic mutt - Never work with children and metal dogs. True?
Shada: Episode Four (Animation Low & High Quality Versions)
The Doctor's death works in his favour.
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
  • Part Six
  • Part Seven
17 May 2003[32]
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19 May 2003
20 May 2003
21 May 2003
22 May 2003
23 May 2003
Andrew Sachs Interview
  • Random reads - What is the most bizarre book you have ever read?
  • Nasty shirts - What was your worst lapse of fashion in the seventies?
  • No vanity - How do you imagine your character's appearance?
  • Best of Adams - How well do you know Douglas Adams' work?
  • Sci fi versus drama - Is sci fi acting very different to drama?
  • Playing the villain - Do you enjoy playing the bad guy?
  • Nearly Who - Did you watch Doctor Who at all?
  • Old pros - Are you daunted by working with a robot dog?
James Fox Interview
  • Odd books - What is the most bizarre book you have ever read?
  • Tea for all - What's your favourite aspect of your character?
  • Bad haircut - What was your worst seventies lapse of fashion?
  • Pencilling the Professor - How do you imagine your animated character looking?
  • Watching Who - Was Doctor Who something you watched yourself?
  • Soul work - Tell us about your charity work.
  • Time, space and Adams - What experience have you had of Douglas Adams?
Shada: Episode Five (Animation Low & High Quality Versions)
Who will be first to reach Shada?
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
  • Part Six
  • Part Seven
30 May 2003
Nick Pegg Interview
  • Keeping up with the Adamses - What memories do you have of Douglas Adams?
  • Odd books - What is the most bizarre book you have ever read?
  • Back in the day - What were you doing at the time of the original Shada?
  • Directing the Doctors - Do you work differently with each Doctor?
  • Nostalgia or newness - Are you treating Shada as a bit of a nostalgia fest?
  • Style in the studio - How would you describe your directorial style?
Lee Sullivan Interview
  • Gory tomes - What is the most bizarre book you have ever read?
  • Geek reveals - What was your worst lapse of fashion in the seventies?
  • Hitchhiker memories - What are your memories of the Hitchhiker's Guide?
  • The Emperor's new space ship - Will you enjoy drawing an invisible spacecraft?
  • Twentieth century Krargs - How will the Krargs look?
  • Dressing the Doctor - How will you be drawing Mr McGann's costume?
  • His first Daleks - When did you first draw the Doctor?
  • A Doctor a day - How long did you draw for Doctor Who regularly?
  • Retro chic - How does the retro comics boom make you feel?
  • Paying homage - Any nods to Douglas Adams in the art work?
  • Digital business - What's changed about comics since you started?
  • Working for web - Do you work differently for the web?
  • Big it up - Is there a part of the animations you particularly like?
  • Comicstrip nasties - How did the violence in Real Time make you feel?
  • Inking the Doctor - Which Doctor is the hardest to capture the likeness of?
Title Sequence Sylvester McCoy - the wink! - Sylvester McCoy's Doctor got a computer-generated title sequence and a computer-generated theme by Keff McCulloch. Note the fact that he winks like Ann Robison. Oliver Elmes who made the title sequence did this because he thought the Doctor always winked.
(later renamed Seventh Doctor Title Sequence; hosted on the "I ❤︎ TV" part of the BBC Cult website.)
by June 2003
Shada Shada: Episode Six (Animation Low & High Quality Versions)
The Doctor does the time walk again.
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
  • Part Six
  • Part Seven
6 June 2003
Jason Haigh-Ellery Interview
  • Remembering Douglas Adams - What memories do you have of Douglas Adams?
  • Odd books - What is the most bizarre book you have ever read?
  • Kak kiddie clobber - What was your worst lapse of fashion in the 1970s?
  • Saving Shada - Where did the idea to do Shada come from?
  • The Adams family - What was the estate's reaction to the suggestion?
  • Doctor Which? - Tell us about the choice of Doctor?
  • Collecting the cast - How did the actors react when they were approached?
  • Heavenly Hannah - Should all computers sound like Hannah Gordon?
Kylie vs. Romana - We just can't get them out of our heads... (Shada Dance Video) 13 June 2003[33]
Clayton Hickman Interview, Part One
  • Making the Mag - The making of Doctor Who Magazine.
  • Behind the pages - Tell us about the DWM team.
  • The History - Tell us about the history of the magazine.
  • Selling an idea - How can people get published in DWM?
  • Not again - Are there any ideas you don't want to see?
  • Crowning glory - What feature have you been proudest of?
  • Marked men - Who's next on the DWM interview list?
  • Forward in time - What are your future plans for DWM?
  • Big spender - What would you do given unlimited resources?
  • Special edition - How did the specials come about?
  • Infuriating fans - What most annoys DWM readers?
  • Difficult Doctors - Which Doctor is hardest to cover?
  • Beyond the archive - The successor to the Archive.
  • Time teaming up - How did you join the Time Team?
  • TV times - Do the BBC ever interfere?
  • News bunnies - Is it hard getting exclusive news?
  • Breaking up - Will you ever fall out of love with Doctor Who?
29 July 2003[34]
Clayton Hickman Interview, Part Two
  • Panopticon partners - How did you meet Gareth Roberts?
  • Funny Men - Will you only write comedy?
  • Marvellous Mel - What do you like so much about Mel?
  • Biggins with everything - Who's your favourite actor?
  • K9 capers - Would you write for K9 if you had the chance?
  • Sex and violence - Best moment in The One Doctor?
  • Banging on - Best moment in Bang Bang a Boom?
  • Banging off - Was anything left out of Bang Bang a Boom?
5 August 2003[35]
The Underwater Menace Master of disguise (PhotoNovel) 8 August 2003
Clayton Hickman Interview, Part Three
  • Cover boy - What makes a good Doctor Who cover?
  • It's a wrap - What design mistakes do you see most?
  • Crime and Photoshop - Clayton's design crimes.
  • Dalek disaster - Which cover has been the most hassle?
  • Blind faith - How did you get the job in the first place?
  • Bottom rank - What cover are you least pleased with?
  • Top rank - Which cover are you most pleased with?
  • Drashig difficulties - Which cover was the hardest?
  • DVD design - How did you get the job designing the DVDs?
  • TARDIS freak - What was the first Who thing you ever drew?
  • New logos - Tell us about the Fortieth Anniversary logo.
  • Conflicts - Does your work ever put you in an awkward situation?
12 August 2003[36]
Nev Fountain Interview
  • Pitch Perfect - How did you come to write Omega for Big Finish?
  • A good bad guy - Were you particularly interested in Omega?
  • Doctor Who? - Was Peter Davison your first choice for this script?
  • ? - Should we expect a lot of humour in Omega?
  • Time Lord Theatre - Tell us about your play My Grandmother is a Time Lord.
  • The Hand of Fear - A silly question, but did you always like Doctor Who?
20 August 2003[37]
Fury from the Deep The Weed Creature - Compilation of silent film trims of the weed creature attack shot at Ealing Studios from the BBC Archives at Windmill Road discovered by Andrew Martin. 8 September 2003[38]
Scream of the Shalka Web Teaser (32 seconds) 31 October 2003[39]
The Power of the Daleks Original TV Trail - The newly-regenerated Doctor introduces his companions to some old friends... 11 November 2003[40][41]
Scream of the Shalka TV Trailer (15 seconds) 12 November 2003[42]
Scream of the Shalka: Episode One - A deadly meteorite falls to Earth.
  • Play All (added on 20 November 2003[43])
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
13 November 2003
Richard E Grant Interview
  • Sherlock in space - How are you approaching the role of the Doctor?
  • Into the future - Where would you travel if you had a TARDIS?
  • Shalka screams - What’s been your favourite moment of the recording?
  • An actor's life - What's it been like working with Sir Derek Jacobi?
  • Mysterious Doctor - What has been the most unusual role in your career?
  • Science fiction - What do you think the future holds?
  • With Nails 2 - Are you planning on writing a second autobiography?
Sophie Okonedo Interview
  • Introductions - Could you tell us who are you playing?
  • About Alison - What can you tell us about her character?
  • The perfect Doctor - What’s it like working with the rest of the cast?
  • Looking the part - Have you any thoughts about how you should look?
  • TV, film or radio? - What medium do you prefer working in?
  • Memories of Who - Have you ever watched Doctor Who?
  • Scary stuff - What do you think the scariest moment of this one is?
  • Further travels - Would you like to come back for more?
Scream of the Shalka: Episode Two - The Doctor concocts a solution.
  • Play All
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
20 November 2003
Craig Kelly Interview
  • Introductions - Could you tell us who you are playing?
  • Fun stuff - How have you found working on this project?
  • Quintessential Englishman - What's it been like working with Richard E Grant?
  • Mad and likeable - Why do you think the series encourages such fandom?
  • Back to the future - Where would you travel to if you had a TARDIS?
  • Wobbly sets - Do you think science fiction lends itself to animation?
  • Cheeky chops - How do you think your character should look?
  • Waking the dead - What's been the most unusual role of your career?
  • Mind of a fan - Did you watch Doctor Who as a child?
  • Queer research - Did you research fans for Queer as Folk?
Jim Norton Interview
  • Introductions - Could you tell us who you are playing?
  • Ego and embryo - Who was your children's favourite Doctor?
  • Actor's input - What’s it like working with the rest of the cast?
  • Country retreat - Where would you travel to if you had a TARDIS?
  • TV, film or radio? - Do you think science fiction works best in audio?
  • Looking the part - Have you any thoughts about how you should look?
  • What a scream - What’s been your favourite moment of the recording?
  • Einstein and Hawkins - What has been the most unusual role of your career?
Scream of the Shalka: Episode Three - A monstrous meeting for the Doctor.
  • Play All
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
27 November 2003
Conor Maloney Interview
  • Laughter lines - Could you tell us who you are playing?
  • Acting up - What’s it been like working with your fellow actors?
  • Sound effects - What’s been your favourite moment of that recording?
  • The army game - How do you think your character should look?
  • Timely laughs - Where would you travel to if you had a TARDIS?
  • Messing around - Do you think SF works well as an animation?
  • Costume dramas - Does it frustrate you that there’s less SF in Britain?
  • Tortuous role - What's been your most unusual role?
Anna Calder-Marshall Interview
  • Introductions - Could you tell us who you are playing?
  • Brief encounter - What has been the most unusual role of your career?
  • Top Doctor - What is it like working with the rest of the cast?
  • Ahead with a hat - How do you think you should look in the animation?
  • Dragons and Rings - Do you think science fiction works best in audio?
  • Victorian garb - Where would you travel to if you had a TARDIS?
  • The two Doctors - Do you remember the original series?
  • Memories of Tom - What’s Tom Baker like to work with as an actor?
Scream of the Shalka: Episode Four - The Doctor's in a bit of a hole....
  • Play All
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
4 December 2003
Andrew Dunn Interview
  • Introductions - Could you tell us who you are playing?
  • Getting animated - Are you looking forward to seeing the final animation?
  • Imagination - Do you think science fiction works well as animation?
  • Tool time - What is the most bizarre role you’ve ever played?
  • Low fat landlord - How would you like your character to look?
  • Splendid chaps - What were your fellow actors like to work with?
  • In the beginning - Where would you travel to if you had a TARDIS?
  • Daleks before Dixon - What's your earliest memory of Doctor Who?
Scream of the Shalka: Episode Five - Trouble is on the move.
  • Play All
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
11 December 2003
Diana Quick Interview
  • Introductions - Could you tell us who are you playing?
  • Scream queen - What's the weirdest thing you've had to do?
  • Sky's the limit - Do you think science fiction works well on audio?
  • Strange revenge - What is the most bizarre role you’ve ever played?
  • Getting on famously - How have you found working with your fellow actors?
  • In the beginning - Where would you travel to if you had a TARDIS?
  • The look of the Shalka - How do you think your character should look?
  • Playing evil - Have you thought about doing a Doctor Who before?
Scream of the Shalka: Episode Six - Can the Doctor hit the right note?
  • Play All
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
18 December 2003
Wilson Milam Interview
  • TARDIS trouble - Were there any scenes that proved problematic?
  • Where in the world - Are you concerned with not contradicting the past?
  • Parisian walkways - Where would you travel to if you had a TARDIS?
  • Responding to the Master - Can you explain the role of the director?
  • Born to be the Doctor - What do you think of Richard E Grant as the Doctor?
  • Garbage for worms - What's been the highlight of the recording?
  • Kitchen with a teacup - Do you think science fiction lends itself to audio?
  • The goo of the Shalka - Have you thought about how the characters will look?
  • Timelord duties - Will viewers have to be familiar with Who continuity?
  • Further adventures - Should a Doctor Who story always be open-ended?
The Story of Doctor Who Episode One - Carole Ann Ford and Peter Purves recalling the first episode An Unearthly Child. 19 December 2003[44]
Monster Mash - A carnival of monsters, with memories of acting alongside them from Nicola Bryant, and Tom and Colin Baker.

2004

Episode related to Video Originally available
DVD The Doctor talks with a Terileptil - from The Visitation DVD. c. January 2004
The Enemy of the World Breaking things (PhotoNovel) 22 January 2004
The Daleks' Master Plan Blazing a trail - The Daleks blaze a trail through the jungle of Kembel. Footage from the recently recovered episode two of The Daleks' Master Plan. (PhotoNovel) 4 February 2004[45]
The delegates wait - The delegates wait for the arrival of Zephon, Master of the Fifth Galaxy. Footage from the recently recovered episode two of The Daleks' Master Plan. (PhotoNovel)
Miscellaneous Early Eccleston role - Playing Stephen Hills in the Casualty episode A Reasonable Man, TX: 7 December 1990. 2 April 2004[46]
Anarchy of the Doctors - BBC's Nationwide programme celebrates 20 years of Doctor Who, TX: 17 March 1983.
Tom gets generous - The Fourth Doctor makes some dreams come true on Jim'll Fix It, TX: 6 June 1975.
Jon Pertwee goes Welsh - Jon Pertwee as the Reverend Llewellyn Llewellyn Llewellyn Llewellyn in The Goodies episode Wacky Wales, TX: 3 March 1975.
Seventh Doctor beams in - Seventh Doctor actor Sylvester McCoy appearing on the Saturday morning show Going Live, TX: 14 November 1987.
What's on Wogan - Lalla Ward interview, TX: 28 June 1980.
Series 1 pre-TX Christopher Eccleston Interview
  • Play all - See Christopher's entire interview.
  • Up for the part - Tell us about your audition to play the Doctor.
  • Curtain call - Will you continue to pursue your stage and film careers?
  • Tough decisions - Who or what convinced you to accept the role?
  • The big issue - Will the new series be tackling heavyweight topics?
  • Happy times and places - Where in Time and Space would you most like to visit?
  • Goodwill - How have you dealt with the reaction to your casting?
  • Hear my voice - Will you play the Doctor with a posh accent?
  • Time Lord Academy - Have you done your homework to prepare for the role?
  • No good advice - What's the best piece of advice you have been given?
  • Just keep me hanging on - Have you been practising your cliffhanger acting?
29 April 2004[47]
In the beginning - from Bright Sparks, TX: 2 June 1998. 8 June 2004[48]
Presenter Billie - from Popzone, TX: 11 July 1998.
Radio Billie - from Snapshot Billie, TX: 19 February 1999.
What's Billie scared of? - from Live and Kicking, TX: 11 November 2000.
Private lives - from Live and Kicking, TX: 18 November 2000.
Time and perfect Space - from UK Top 40, TX: 22 September 2002.
The Miller's Tale - from The Canterbury Tales, TX: 11 September 2003.
Billie as Bella - from Bella and the Boys, TX: 15 February 2004.
Dez Skinn Interview
  • Starting out - Inventing Doctor Who Magazine.
  • Impressive Enterprise - How did you get the licence to produce Doctor Who magazine?
  • The launch - How Doctor Who Magazine burst onto the scene.
  • Fan feature - How Dez found his first feature writers.
  • Filling the pages - What sort of tone did you want to strike with the magazine?
  • The Iron Legion - Dez tells us about his proudest moment, and his feelings about the Iron Legion reprint.
  • Modern days - What do you think of the Magazine these days?
  • ? - Did the BBC ever interfere in what you did?
18 June 2004[49]
DVD Peter Howell - Short excerpt of DOC: Synthesising Starfields from The Leisure Hive DVD. 3 July 2004[50]
Episode 1 - from The Leisure Hive DVD.
Ward/Bickford/Bidmead Commentary - Short excerpt of a commentary from The Leisure Hive DVD.
The Crusade A ruse to get robes (PhotoNovel) 8 July 2004
Series 1 pre-TX Set report - Filming begins, from BBC Wales Today 20 July 2004
The Crusade Drop a hint (PhotoNovel) 22 July 2004
The Evil of the Daleks Detective work for the Doctor (Reconstruction) (PhotoNovel) 26 August 2004
Lack of trust (Reconstruction) (PhotoNovel) 9 September 2004
Lack of trust (Reconstruction) (PhotoNovel) 16 September 2004
Human Nature (Reconstruction) (PhotoNovel) 23 September 2004
Playing trains (Reconstruction) (PhotoNovel) 30 September 2004
Series 1 pre-TX Teaser Trailer - It's almost time..., from BBC One's Winter Highlights presentation 6 December 2004[51]

2005

On c. 6 March the website refreshed the "Classic Series Clips" pages, all older clips were removed and replaced with higher quality clips in advance of the start of the new series.

Throughout the 2005 run, the website released a series of videos called Video Diaries.[52] Videos in this series are noted in brackets.

Episode related to Video Originally available
DVD Horror of Fang Rock clip - from the Horror of Fang Rock DVD. 7 January 2005[53]
Paddy Russell - Short excerpt of DOC: Paddy Russell – A Life in Television from the Horror of Fang Rock DVD.
An Unearthly Child Just an illusion c. 6 March 2005
Blending in
Fire starter
Leader of the pack
The Daleks First time
Immediately!
Becoming a Dalek
Here's a plan
The Edge of Destruction Cause and effect
Planet of Giants Seeds of doom
The Crusade The Lion
Wheel of Fortune
The Chase Mechanoid attack
The Daleks' Master Plan Day of Armageddon
Counter Plot
Escape Switch
The Celestial Toymaker Make your move
The War Machines Fab gear
Polly possessed
Headline news
The Tenth Planet Cybermen uncovered
We are Cybermen
The Underwater Menace Fishy business
The Moonbase The Phantom Piper
Countdown
The Faceless Ones Not of this planet
The Evil of the Daleks Caught in a trap
The Abominable Snowmen Bagging a Yeti
The Ice Warriors Averting disaster
Open up!
Foiled again
Run the risk
The Enemy of the World Smashing time
The Web of Fear Activated Yeti
The Wheel in Space Cybermat attack
You know our ways
The Mind Robber TARDIS destruction
The Invasion No escape
Unknown allies
Revive it
Kill him!
Out of the sewers
Not the man he was
Send in the troops
The Krotons Safe landing?
The Space Pirates Worth a try
The Silurians Uninvited guest
Plagued
The Ambassadors of Death Space docking
Colony in Space Inside and out
The Time Monster Out of time
The Three Doctors One of me
The Green Death Who's the BOSS?
Terror of the Zygons Zygon uncovered
At the double
Into the woods
A cunning plan
Planet of Evil Where are we?
The Android Invasion Wake up call
The Brain of Morbius Get a head
Sisters are doing it
Fight with the Condo
Mindbending contest
The Seeds of Doom Not of this world
Amadeus, Amadeus
Just a specimen
Shredded Doctor
The Masque of Mandragora In the stars
Off with his head
A girl possessed
Justice for all
The Deadly Assassin Premonition
In the Matrix
Chase to the death
Resistance is futile
Horror of Fang Rock Could be Worthing
Under attack
A terrible mistake
The eyes have it
The Sun Makers Taxing business
Check mates
The Invasion of Time Doctor for President
Looking for a key
Death and glory
The Ribos Operation I'll call you Romana
The Pirate Planet What's it for?
The Androids of Tara Mending Androids
Any just cause?
The Power of Kroll Party piece
City of Death It has a bouquet
I am the Doctor
A torturous past
Modern art
Nightmare of Eden By the Mandrels
The Leisure Hive Life's a beach
Meglos Plant life
State of Decay Legends of vampires
Warriors' Gate Fellow travellers
Interrupted feast
Logopolis TARDIS times two
Smaller on outside
Preparations
It's the end
Castrovalva Regeneration trouble
Deleting rooms
Making me dizzy
Land of fiction
Kinda Life and death
Open the box
Paradise lost
Black Orchid TARDIS at platform...
Arc of Infinity Judgement day
Snakedance Seeing the future
Seeing is deluding
You will obey me!
Destroy the crystal!
Enlightenment Space ship
A beautiful mind
Frontios Like a summer cloud
The walk's not right
Gravity of situation
Planet of Fire Ashes to ashes
The Twin Dilemma Landing on Jaconda
Not to be trusted
Attack of the Cybermen Cyber attack
Blending in
Scrap it
The Two Doctors Needed at the front
Numbskulls
The Trial of a Time Lord A bald move
In the sand
Delta and the Bannermen The Tollkeeper
Dragonfire Making a choice
The Happiness Patrol Kandyman can
The Greatest Show in the Galaxy Fares please
Killer clowns
Circus destruction
Survival Cheetah chase
Classic confrontation
Series 1 pre-TX Teaser Trailer two - Who is this mysterious man? c. 8 March 2005
Teaser Trailer three - Just where is Rose?
Murray Gold - On making the theme
(Video Diaries, later renamed The Composer - Murray Gold)
Christopher Eccleston - Interview with the Doctor
(Video Diaries, later renamed Christopher Eccleston - Taking on the part)
Doctor Who Classic Clips - 50 broadband clips from the original series.
Doctor in the news - Chris and Billie interviews, from BBC Breakfast 9 March 2005[54][55]
Christopher Eccleston - At the Cardiff premiere
(Video Diaries, later renamed The Doctor - Christopher Eccleston)
14 March 2005[56][57]
The Producer - Phil Collinson. (Video Diaries) 18 March 2005[58]
Teaser Trailer four - The TARDIS escapes. c.18 March 2005
Confidential Trailer - 10 second trailer for Doctor Who Confidential.
Series Trailer - The Trip of a Lifetime trailer (50 second version) 22 March 2005[59]
The Script Editor - Helen Raynor. (Video Diaries) 24 March 2005[60]
The Big TV Chief - Lorraine Heggessey. (Video Diaries)
Classic series The Doctor Who Years: The Sixties - Classic tunes from B&W Doctor Who.
(This video was re-uploaded on 8 April 2005 with clearer captions added.[61])
Rose The Execs - Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner at the launch. (Video Diaries) 26 March 2005
The Composer: Incidental Music - Murray Gold again. (Video Diaries)
Episode One clip - It's a disguise...
CON: Bringing Back the Doctor - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
The End of the World Episode Two trail
Blue Children - Thomas and Darius. (Video Diaries) 2 April 2005
A Monster's Life - Beneath the masks. (Video Diaries)
Video Editing: Dead Planet - John Richards destroys. (Video Diaries)
Video Editing: Cassandra - John Richards makes her up. (Video Diaries)
Video Editing: Jabe's Scanner - John Richards' rough cut. (Video Diaries)
Video Editing: Spiders - John Richards invents monsters. (Video Diaries)
Video Editing: Heat Death - John Richards fakes fans. (Video Diaries)
CON: Aliens: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
The Unquiet Dead Episode Three trail 5 April 2005
Classic series The Doctor Who Years: The Seventies - Tom Baker rocks. 8 April 2005[62]
The Unquiet Dead Rose Tyler - Billie Piper. (Video Diaries) 9 April 2005
Writing for Zombies - Mark Gatiss. (Video Diaries)
The TARDIS - Russell T Davies is your guide. (Video Diaries)
CON: TARDIS Tales - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
Aliens of London Episode Four trail 12 April 2005
News 24 Report
Building Big Ben - Mike Tucker makes a model. (Video Diaries) 16 April 2005
Location Manager - Clive Evans finds wonders. (Video Diaries)
TARDIS Sounds - Paul Jefferies makes bells and whistles. (Video Diaries)
CON: I Get a Side-Kick Out of You - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
World War Three Episode Five trail 19 April 2005
News 24 Report
Monster Maker - Neill Gorton's alien creations (Video Diaries) 23 April 2005
Make-up - Davy Jones applies the blusher. (Video Diaries)
Big Bang 1 - Mike Tucker destroys more of London.
(Video Diaries, later renamed Blown Away then Blowing Up No. 10)
Big Bang 2 - Paul McFadden's sound effects.
(Video Diaries, later renamed Sounds of Destruction then Sound Effects)
CON: Why on Earth? - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
Dalek Episode Six trail
DVD We can work it out - from The Claws of Axos DVD. 25 April 2005[63]
Dalek On Set - Nicholas Briggs films the filming. (Video Diaries) 30 April 2005
Dalek Design - Matt Savage's deadly drawings. (Video Diaries)
Dalek Voice - Tough talking from Nicholas Briggs. (Video Diaries)
Dalek Writer - Robert Shearman writer of Dalek. (Video Diaries)
Dalek Builder - Mike Tucker creates a monster. (Video Diaries)
Dalek Sounds - Paul Jefferies creates a buzz. (Video Diaries)
CON: The Daleks - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
The Long Game Episode Seven trail
Bruno Langley - Acting as Adam. (Video Diaries) 7 May 2005
Camera Assistant - Anna James. (Video Diaries)
Set Modeller - Ben Austin set model maker. (Video Diaries)
Making Jagrafess - Making a computer-generated monster. (Video Diaries)
CON: The Dark Side - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
Father's Day Episode Eight trail
The End of the World Euros Lyn - Directing the End of the World. (Video Diaries) c. 8 May 2005
The Unquiet Dead Euros Lyn - Directing the dead. (Video Diaries)
Father's Day Design Head - Edward Thomas draws Doctor Who. (Video Diaries) 14 May 2005
CGI Reapers - How the Mill made dragons. (Video Diaries)
Exec Producer - Julie Gardner (Video Diaries)
Writing the 80s - Paul Cornell (Video Diaries)
Monster Noise - Paul McFadden on sound design. (Video Diaries)
CON: Time Trouble - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
The Empty Child Episode Nine trail
The Long Game Compositing - The Mill put the Jagrafess in the picture. (Video Diaries) c. 15 May 2005
Brighton Exhibition - The Fear Forecasters visit the Doctor Who Exhibition at Brighton Pier. 16 May 2005[64]
Classic series The Doctor Who Years: The Eighties - Doctor Who in the pop years.[65] 21 May 2005
The Empty Child Child's Play - Nancy's gang. (Video Diaries, later renamed Urchin Kids)
Costume Designer - Lucinda Wright. (Video Diaries)
James Hawes - Directing Billie and balloons. (Video Diaries)
Sound Man - Boom operator Damian Richardson. (Video Diaries)
Hot Air - Mike Tucker's balloon. (Video Diaries, later renamed Barrage Balloon)
Video Editor - John Richards. (Video Diaries)
CON: Special Effects - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
The Doctor Dances Episode Ten trail
Physical Effects - Alex Gurucharri. (Video Diaries) 28 May 2005
Director - More from James Hawes. (Video Diaries)
Model Maker - Mike Tucker. (Video Diaries)
Lighting Doubles - Chris and Billie's stand-ins. (Video Diaries)
Constantine's Transformation - The Mill show us how. (Video Diaries)
CON: Weird Science - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
Boom Town Episode Eleven trail
John Barrowman - Dancing with Captain Jack. (Video Diaries) 4 June 2005
Graphics Designer - Jenny Bowers. (Video Diaries)
Cameramen - Martin Stephens and Mark Isaac. (Video Diaries)
Props Man - Surf's up for Mark Cordory. (Video Diaries)
CON: Unsung Heroes and Violent Death - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
Bad Wolf Episode Twelve trail
Joe Ahearne - Directing droids and Daleks. (Video Diaries) 11 June 2005
On Set - Nick Briggs' camcorder footage. (Video Diaries)
CGI Effects - The Mill reveal their secrets. (Video Diaries)
Assistant Directors - Dan Mumford and Steffan Morris. (Video Diaries)
Brand Manager - Ian Grutchfield. (Video Diaries)
Props Van - Phill Shellard's guns and gizmos. (Video Diaries)
CON: The World of Who - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
The Parting of the Ways Episode Thirteen trail
Five Days To Go... - The Parting of the Ways countdown. 13 June 2005
Four Days To Go... - The Parting of the Ways countdown. 14 June 2005
Three Days To Go... - The Parting of the Ways countdown. 15 June 2005
Series 2 pre-TX Season Two directors - Phil Collinson reveals who's behind the cameras.[66]
The Parting of the Ways Two Days To Go... - The Parting of the Ways countdown. 16 June 2005
One Day To Go... - The Parting of the Ways countdown. 17 June 2005
Joe Ahearne - Directing the season finalé. (Video Diaries) 18 June 2005
On Set For The End - Nicholas Briggs' camcorder footage. (Video Diaries)
Emperor Dalek - Building the god of all Daleks. (Video Diaries)
Runner - Anna Evans. (Video Diaries)
Digital Daleks - CGI creatures. (Video Diaries)
Dalek Voice II - More from Nicholas Briggs. (Video Diaries)
CON: The Last Battle - Full TV episode; 15 minute Cut Down version.
The Regeneration - "I'd just like to say you were fantastic" 21 June 2005
Confidential's 2005 Highlights - Set to Run, by Snow Patrol.
Christmas Countdown - Series One highlights trailer.
Dalek Joe Ahearne - Directing Dalek. (Video Diaries) 24 June 2005[67]
Father's Day Joe Ahearne - Directing Father's Day. (Video Diaries)
Boom Town Joe Ahearne - Directing Boom Town. (Video Diaries)
The Parting of the Ways Will Cohen - The Mill's main man. (Video Diaries)
DVD Glass Dalek - from the Revelation of the Daleks DVD. 28 June 2005[68]
Series 2 pre-TX Series 2 set report - Meet David Tennant, from BBC Wales Today 1 August 2005[69]
The Power of the Daleks Power of the Daleks - Rediscovered clips. 21 September 2005[70]
DVD The Animus - from The Web Planet DVD. 29 September 2005[71]
Insect Attack (with commentary) - Short excerpt of a commentary from The Web Planet DVD.
Lair of Zarbi Supremo extract - Short excerpt of The Lair of Zarbi Supremo from The Web Planet DVD.
Commentary - Short excerpt of a commentary from the City of Death DVD. 7 November 2005[72]
Douglas Adams interview - Short excerpt of DOC: Paris in the Springtime from the City of Death DVD.
Series 2 pre-TX Children in Need Special - Full TV episode; only available for seven days after broadcast. 18-25 November 2005
DVD Billie's excited commentary - Short excerpt of a commentary from The Complete First Series DVD box set. 21 November 2005[73]
Doctor Who Confidential - Short excerpt of CON: Backstage at Christmas from The Complete First Series DVD box set.
The Christmas Invasion Christmas Teaser 1 - Something's coming... 2 December 2005
Christmas Teaser 2 - Something's coming... 11 December 2005
The Christmas Invasion Trailer - No sign of the Doctor?.
Made in Wales - A special promotional video highlighting the fact that over 70% of the people working on the show are Welsh. 16 December 2005[74]
David Tennant Interview - The Doctor speaks.† 25 December 2005
Camille Coduri Interview - Rose's mum, Jackie Tyler.†
Noel Clarke Interview - Joyeux Noel, being Mickey Smith.†
Killer Tree - Filming the Christmas tree.
Penelope Wilton - Being Harriet.
Filming The Sword Fight - Behind the scenes with the fight co-ordinator.
James Hawes - Director.
2006 Preview - A taste of things to come.†

†On 26 January 2006 the website began trialling video downloads for phones and media players. The four test videos came from The Christmas Invasion and were available to download in Windows Media (.wmv), 3G (.3gp) and MPEG4 (.m4v) formats.[75]

2006

Episode related to Video Originally available
The Christmas Invasion Murray on Blue Peter - The Blue Peter team met Doctor Who composer Murray Gold. 11 January 2006[76]
GAME: Attack of the Graske - The interactive Doctor Who episode from BBCi.
(This video was on the games page of the website.)
18 January 2006
DVD The Pilot Episode - from The Pilot Episode in The Beginning DVD box set. 9 February 2006[77]
Commentary - Short excerpt of a commentary from The Daleks in The Beginning DVD box set.
Documentary - Short excerpt of DOC: Doctor Who: Origins from The Beginning DVD box set.
The very first Dalek in action - from the Genesis of the Daleks DVD. 17 March 2006[78]
Commentary - Short excerpt of a commentary from the Genesis of the Daleks DVD.
Documentary - Short excerpt of DOC: Genesis of a Classic from the Genesis of the Daleks DVD.
Series 2 pre-TX New Series Trailer - Think you've seen it all?[79] 1 April 2006
New Earth WC: Tardisode 1[80]
Series 2 pre-TX Totally Doctor Who title sequence 10 April 2006[81]
New Earth Shaft! - Filming in the shaft. 15 April 2006
Making-Up Chip - Transforming Sean Gallagher.
Tooth and Claw Tooth and Claw Trailer
WC: Tardisode 2
Wolf Man - Meet the stand-in werewolf. 22 April 2006
Queen Victoria - Pauline Collins, gun runner.
School Reunion School Reunion Trailer
WC: Tardisode 3
Elisabeth Sladen Interview - Sarah Jane Smith speaks, from BBC Norfolk. 28 April 2006[82]
K9 - Walkies! - Colin the dog handler. 29 April 2006
Anthony Head - Chief bat speaks.
The Girl in the Fireplace The Girl In The Fireplace Trailer
WC: Tardisode 4
Madame Du Pompadour - Sophia Myles on frocks and Docs. 6 May 2006
Clockwork Men - See what makes them tick.
Louise Page - Dressing the Doctor.
Eye Spy! - Here's looking at you.
Horse Play - Meet Bolero, a.k.a. Arthur.
Rise of the Cybermen Rise of the Cybermen Trailer
WC: Tardisode 5
I Am A Cyberman - with Paul Kasey. 13 May 2006
The Age of Steel WC: Tardisode 6
Cyber Gethin - Blue Peter presenter's day on set. 15 May 2006[83]
Andrew Hayden-Smith - On being Jake. 20 May 2006
Cyber Choreographer - with Ailsa Berk.
Production Manager - with Jonathan Allison from the Art Department.
The Idiot's Lantern The Idiot's Lantern Trailer
WC: Tardisode 7
Location Manager - with Gareth Lloyd. 27 May 2006
Period Props - with Paul Aitken.
Art Direction - with James North.
The Impossible Planet The Impossible Planet Trailer
WC: Tardisode 8
DVD The Doctor meeting parallel versions of his friends - from the Inferno DVD. 1 June 2006[84]
Commentary - Short excerpt of a commentary from the Inferno DVD.
Documentary - Short excerpt of DOC: Can You Hear the Earth Scream? from the Inferno DVD.
The Impossible Planet Production Runners - Tim and Sarah keep the show going. 3 June 2006
Video Editor - Mike Jones on making it scary.
The Satan Pit WC: Tardisode 9
Storyboard Artist - Richard Shaun Williams sketches. 10 June 2006
2nd Assistant Director - Find out what Steffan Morris does.
Lighting Gaffer - Mark Hutchings lights the darkness.
Love & Monsters Love & Monsters Trailer
WC: Tardisode 10
Blue Peter Feature - Blue Peter competition winner encounters his creation. 14 June 2006[85]
Peter Kay - The Abzorbaloff speaks. 17 June 2006
Concept Artist - with Peter McKinstry.
Fear Her Fear Her Trailer
WC: Tardisode 11
DVD The Invasion Reanimated - 30 second teaser for The Invasion DVD. 20 June 2006[86]
Fear Her Director of Photography - with Rory Taylor. 24 June 2006
Art Director - with Lee Gammon.
Army of Ghosts Army of Ghosts Trailer
WC: Tardisode 12
Prop Master - with Stuart Woodisse. 1 July 2006
Special Effects Technician - with Charlie Bluett. (also called Cyber Suit.)
Doomsday Doomsday Trailer
WC: Tardisode 13
Doomsday Teaser 1 2 July 2006
Doomsday Teaser 2 3 July 2006
Doomsday Teaser 3 4 July 2006
Doomsday Teaser 4 5 July 2006
Doomsday Teaser 5 6 July 2006
Doomsday Teaser 6 7 July 2006
Production Designer - with Edward Thomas 8 July 2006
Series 3 pre-TX Freema Interview - The new companion's first TV interview, from The One Show. 14 August 2006[87]
Series 2 Your Favourite Moments Video Player - Series 2 moments including Rose's farewell and Daleks vs Cybermen as voted for by website visitors.[88][89] c. 22 September 2006
DVD Sarah Jane in peril - from The Sontaran Experiment DVD. 5 October 2006[90]
Commentary - Short excerpt of a commentary from The Sontaran Experiment DVD.
Documentary - Short excerpt of DOC: Built for War from The Sontaran Experiment DVD.
The Runaway Bride New Earth in-vision commentary (Adventure Calendar) 6 December 2006
SJA: Invasion of the Bane - Preview clip. (Adventure Calendar) 9 December 2006
Original Trailer - 20 second trailer for The Runaway Bride (Adventure Calendar) 12 December 2006
Doomsday in-vision commentary (Adventure Calendar) 18 December 2006
Trailer - 30 second trailer for The Runaway Bride (Adventure Calendar) 19 December 2006
Tooth and Claw in-vision commentary (Adventure Calendar) 23 December 2006
Confidential: Tank Tales - A behind the scenes look at the filming of The Runaway Bride. 25 December 2006
Coming Soon... - A taste of Series Three.

2007

For the third series the website began a weekly series of behind-the-scenes video podcasts (or vodcasts). These were part of a BBC trial where audio and video content was made available for seven days after broadcast, for users to stream or download. They were in .mp4 format.[91]

Also during 2007 the BBC's YouTube channel started uploading many of the website videos, albeit cropped into 4:3 aspect ratio.

Episode related to Video Originally available
DVD The Keeper of Traken - from The Keeper of Traken in the New Beginnings DVD box set. 22 January 2007[92]
Logopolis - from Logopolis in the New Beginnings DVD box set.
Commentary - Short excerpt of a commentary from Castrovalva in the New Beginnings DVD box set.
Documentary - Short excerpt of DOC: A New Body at Last from the New Beginnings DVD box set.
Doctor Who: A Celebration Children In Need Concert - The full show, filmed at Cardiff's Millennium Centre and presented by David Tennant.[93]
(Full length video in RealPlayer & Windows Media Video)
c. 24 January 2007
Prologue - Part 1 (RealPlayer only)
Rose - Part 2 (RealPlayer only)
Space and Monsters - Part 3 (RealPlayer only)
The Tenth Doctor - Part 4 (RealPlayer only)
The Runaway Bride Preview - Part 5 (RealPlayer only)
Question and Answer Session - Part 6 (RealPlayer only)
The Daleks - Part One - Part 7 (RealPlayer only)
The Cybermen - Part 8 (RealPlayer only)
The Daleks - Part Two - Part 9 (RealPlayer only)
The Songs - Part 10 (RealPlayer only)
Doctor Who Theme Tune - Part 11 (RealPlayer only)
Series 3 pre-TX David Tennant's Doctor Who Video Diary (YouTube) 2 March 2007[94]
Freema Agyeman's Doctor Who Video Diary (YouTube)
Teaser Trailer - Two Worlds Will Collide. 9 March 2007
Full Trailer A - First 40-second Promo. 16 March 2007
The Weakest Link: Doctor Who Special - Preview clips. 21 March 2007[95]
Full Trailer B - Second 40-second Promo. 22 March 2007[96]
Smith and Jones The Kiss - The Doctor and Martha get intimate. 26 March 2007[97]
Series 3 pre-TX A taste of what's to come... (YouTube) 30 March 2007[98]
Smith and Jones Backstage - CON: Meet Martha Jones; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 31 March 2007
The Shakespeare Code Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who...
Trailer - The official trailer. (YouTube)
Backstage - CON: Stage Fright; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 7 April 2007
Gridlock Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (YouTube)
Trailer - The official trailer. 10 April 2007
Series 3 Tennant Talks: Part One - David Tennant kindly agreed to let us film his fan Q&A session for BBC Radio Wales' Back In Time: Interrogation.[99]
Gridlock Backstage - CON: Are We There Yet?; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 14 April 2007
Daleks in Manhattan Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (YouTube)
Trailer - The official trailer. 16 April 2007
Backstage - CON: A New York Story; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 21 April 2007
Evolution of the Daleks Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (YouTube)
The Infinite Quest Episode 4 Teaser - Preview clip.[100] 23 April 2007
Evolution of the Daleks Backstage - CON: Making Manhattan; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 28 April 2007
The Lazarus Experiment Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (YouTube)
Trailer - The official trailer. 30 April 2007
The Infinite Quest Episode 5 Teaser - Preview clip.[101]
The Lazarus Experiment News 24 Report 5 May 2007
Backstage - CON: Monsters Inc.; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube)
42 The all-new trailer... (YouTube)
The Infinite Quest Episode 6 Teaser - Preview clip.[102] 7 May 2007
42 Trailer - The official trailer. 12 May 2007
Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (Unseen trailer from The Lazarus Experiment; YouTube)[103] c. 16 May 2007
Preview Clip (YouTube)
Backstage - CON: Space Craft; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 19 May 2007
Human Nature Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (YouTube)
The Infinite Quest Episode 7 Teaser - Preview clip.[104] 21 May 2007
Human Nature Backstage - CON: Alter Ego; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 26 May 2007
The Family of Blood Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (YouTube)
The Infinite Quest Episode 8 Teaser - Preview clip.[105] 29 May 2007
The Family of Blood Backstage - CON: Bad Blood; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 2 June 2007
Blink Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (YouTube)
The Infinite Quest Episode 9 Teaser - Preview clip.[106] 4 June 2007
Blink Backstage - CON: Do You Remember the First Time?; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 9 June 2007
Utopia Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (YouTube)
Trailer - The official trailer. 11 June 2007[107]
Who Peter - Preview clip. 12 June 2007[108]
The Infinite Quest Episode 10 Teaser - Preview clip.[109]
Utopia Backstage - CON: 'Ello, 'Ello, 'Ello; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 16 June 2007
The Sound of Drums Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (YouTube)
Trailer - The official trailer. (YouTube) 18 June 2007
The Infinite Quest Episode 11 Teaser - Preview clip.[110] 19 June 2007
The Sound of Drums Backstage - CON: The Saxon Mystery; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 23 June 2007
Last of the Time Lords Coming Soon - Next time on Doctor Who... (YouTube)
Trailer - The official trailer. 25 June 2007
The Infinite Quest Episode 12 Teaser - Preview clip.[111] 26 June 2007
Series 3 Tennant Talks: Part Two by 30 June 2007
Tennant Talks: Part Three
Tennant Talks: Part Four
Tennant Talks: Part Five
Tennant Talks: Part Six
Tennant Talks: Part Seven
Tennant Talks: Part Eight
Tennant Talks: Part Nine
Tennant Talks: Part Ten
Last of the Time Lords Backstage - CON: The Valiant Quest; 5 minute condensed version. (Video Podcast; YouTube) 30 June 2007
Series 3 Tennant Talks - Omnibus. by 2 July 2007
Titanic (Best of Series 3)[112] c. 30 July 2007[113]
Angel Attack (Best of Series 3)
Gallifrey (Best of Series 3)
Here Come The Drums (Best of Series 3)
Time To Go (Best of Series 3)
Call My Name (Best of Series 3)
I Am The Master (Best of Series 3)
Y.A.N.A. (Best of Series 3)
Regeneration (Best of Series 3)
Hang On Jack! (Best of Series 3)
DVD Dialogue (Best of Series 3)
Motorway Madness (Best of Series 3)
Dalek Sec (Best of Series 3)
The Journal (Best of Series 3)
Genetic Transfer (Best of Series 3)
Voyage of the Damned Merry Christmas! - A message from David and Kylie. (Adventure Calendar) 1 December 2007
BBC One Christmas Trailer - Includes scenes from Voyage Of The Damned. 4 December 2007[114]
Teaser Trailer - The first official trailer. (Adventure Calendar; YouTube) 8 December 2007
Gridlock in-vision commentary (Adventure Calendar) 11 December 2007
We Wish You a Merry Christmas - Cast and crew have a sing-song. (Adventure Calendar) 13 December 2007
Cinema Trailer - As seen at your local multipex. (Adventure Calendar; YouTube) 14 December 2007
40 Second Trailer A - Cut-down cinema trailer. (YouTube) 15 December 2007[115]
20 Second Trailer - Another variation. (Adventure Calendar; YouTube) 16 December 2007
40 Second Trailer B - The final one! (Adventure Calendar; YouTube) 21 December 2007
The Sound of Drums in-vision commentary (Adventure Calendar) 22 December 2007
Meeting Astrid - Preview clip. 23 December 2007
CON: Kylie Special - 55 second teaser. (Adventure Calendar) 25 December 2007
Filming Voyage Of The Damned - Behind the scenes.
The Art of Voyage Of The Damned - Peter McKinstry.
The Music of Voyage Of The Damned - Murray Gold and Ben Foster.
The Publicity of Voyage Of The Damned - The magazine photoshoot.
Coming Soon... - A taste of Series Four. (YouTube)

2008

Videos continued to be uploaded in RealPlayer and Windows Media Video format until 2 April 2008, when the new Series 4 website launched. The new site used the flash video format, as used by the BBC iPlayer service.

Episode related to Video Originally available
Series 4 pre-TX 90 Second Trailer - Originally screened exclusively in cinemas.
(later renamed Cinema Trailer; YouTube)
22 March 2008[116]
Ood Trailer - Series Four monster promo. (YouTube) 23 March 2008[117]
Sontaran Trailer - Series Four monster promo. (YouTube)
Dalek Trailer - Series Four monster promo. (YouTube)
40 Second Trailer - The 'Campfire' trailer. (YouTube) 29 March 2008
20 Second Trailer - The cut-down 'Campfire' trailer. 1 April 2008[118]
Partners in Crime Exclusive Clip - The Adipose are born... 3 April 2008
Confidential Trailer - A Noble Return...
The Big Questions: Episode 1 - David Tennant and Catherine Tate discuss partnerships. 5 April 2008
The Monster Files: Adipose - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Adipose.
Making The Adipose - Matt McKinney at effects house The Mill explains how they made the fat just walk away...
Russell T Davies - Doctor Who's lead writer and Executive Producer introduces us to Series Four.
The New Theme Tune - Orchestrator Ben Foster explains the latest reinvention of the famous TV theme.
Creating The Logo - Louise Hillam from BBC Wales Graphics reveals how the iconic image was created.
Rose: Partners In Crime - An old friend appears.
The Fires of Pompeii Coming Soon... - A preview of The Fires Of Pompeii.
Episode Trailer - The Fires Of Pompeii Trail. 7 April 2008
Exclusive Clip - Burn... 9 April 2008
Confidential Trailer - The Italian Job.
The Big Questions: Episode 2 - David and Catherine discuss the course of history. 12 April 2008
The Monster Files: Pyrovile - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Pyrovile.
Making the Pyrovile - Millennium FX and The Mill show us how they brought the Pyrovile to life.
Peter Capaldi and Tracey Childs - The actors take us behind the scenes on The Fires of Pompeii.
Phil Collinson - Producer Phil Collinson flys us all the way to Italy to show us the new set.
Writing The Episode - Writer James Moran talks to us about how he approached his episode.
Planet of the Ood Next Time... - The next time preview for Planet of the Ood.
Episode Trailer - Planet Of The Ood Trail. 14 April 2008
Exclusive Clip - Watch out for the red eye. 16 April 2008
Confidential Trailer - Oods And Ends.
The Big Questions: Episode 3 - David and Catherine discuss what it would be like to serve each other, Ood style. 19 April 2008
The Monster Files: The Ood - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Ood.
Making the Ood - Neill Gorton and Rob Mayor from effects house Millennium FX explain how the Ood were created.
Writing for the Ood - Writer Keith Temple explains how he wrote Planet Of The Ood.
Studio Tour - Production Secretary Kevin Myers takes us around Upper Boat studios, the home of Doctor Who.
Designing the Graphics - Graphic designer Daniel Rawlings shows us how he makes the Doctor Who displays.
The Sontaran Stratagem Next Time... - The next time preview for The Sontaran Stratagem.
Episode Trailer - The Sontaran Stratagem Trail. 21 April 2008
Exclusive Clip - The Sontarans have landed. 23 April 2008
Confidential Trailer - Send in the Clones.
The Big Questions: Episode 4 - David and Catherine discuss having a clone. 26 April 2008
The Monster Files: The Slitheen - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Slitheen.
Making the Sontarans - Neill Gorton and Rob Mayor from effects house Millennium Effects explain how the Sontarans were brought back to life.
Ryan Sampson - Actor Ryan Sampson discusses his role as Luke Rattigan.
Writing the Episode - Writer Helen Raynor tells us how she approached her episode.
UNIT - Web Producer Rob Francis explains the history of UNIT and its role in the current series.
The Poison Sky Next Time... - The next time preview for The Poison Sky.
Exclusive Clip - Running like slimebait from a speelfox. 30 April 2008
Confidential Trailer - Sontar-Ha!
The Big Questions: Episode 5 - David and Catherine discuss global warming. 3 May 2008
The Monster Files: The Sontarans - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Sontarans.
Leading the Sontarans - Actors Christopher Ryan and Dan Starkey tell us what it's like to lead the Sontarans.
Catching up with Freema - Actress Freema Agyeman discusses what it's like to come back to Doctor Who.
UNIT Soldiers - Actors Rupert Holliday Evans and Christian Cooke tell us all about UNIT procedures on set.
Bernard Cribbins and Jacqueline King - The actors take us behind the scenes on The Poison Sky.
Rose: The Poison Sky - Blink and your'll miss it.
The Doctor's Daughter Next Time... - The next time preview for The Doctor's Daughter.
Episode Trailer - The Doctor's Daughter Trail. 5 May 2008
Exclusive Clip - The Hath are coming. 7 May 2008
The Big Questions: Episode 6 - David and Catherine discuss parental advice. 10 May 2008
The Monster Files: The Hath - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Hath.
Georgia Moffett Q+A - Georgia and her son question each other on Doctor Who.
Making the Hath - Neill Gorton and Rob Mayor from effects house Millennium Effects explain how the Hath were created.
Georgia Moffett - Actress Georgia Moffett explains what it's like to play the Doctor's Daughter.
Joe Dempsie - Actor Joe Dempsie tells us about his role.
Explosions - Special Effects Supervisor Danny Hargreaves and Trainee Technician Henry Brook explain how the explosions work.
The Unicorn and the Wasp Next Time... - The next time preview for The Unicorn and The Wasp.
Episode Trailer - The Unicorn and The Wasp Trail. 12 May 2008
Exclusive Clip - The thrill is in the chase. 14 May 2008
The Big Questions: Episode 7 - David and Catherine discuss detectives. 17 May 2008
The Monster Files: Vespiform - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Vespiform.
Creating the Vespiform - CG Artist Sam Lucas tells us how he created the Vespiform.
Catherine Tate - Catherine Tate discusses Donna.
Cast - The cast of The Unicorn And The Wasp tell us about the episode.
Graeme Harper - Director Graeme Harper explains how he directed the episode.
Silence in the Library Next Time... - The next time preview for Silence in the Library.
Series 4 BBC Wales Trailer - Starring our very own David Tennant. 21 May 2008[119]
BBC Wales Trailer 2 - Starring our very own David Tennant.
Silence in the Library Mid Series Trail - A special preview of what's to come from the rest of Doctor Who Series Four. 24 May 2008
Exclusive Clip - In the Library.
Exclusive Clip 2 - 'Hello, sweetie!' 27 May 2008
The Big Questions: Episode 8 - David and Catherine discuss children's books. 31 May 2008
The Monster Files: The Judoon - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Judoon.
Steve Pemberton - Video Diary - Steve takes the rest of the cast on a tour of the TARDIS.
Costume Designer - Louise Page tells us how she created the Doctor's look.
Sound Recording - Sound Recordist Julian Howarth takes us into the sound department.
Art Direction - Standby Art Director Ellen Woods talks us through the library set.
Harry Peacock - Actor Harry Peacock plays music on his teeth.
Forest of the Dead Next Time... - The next time preview for Forest of the Dead.
Episode Trailer - Forest of the Dead Trail. 2 June 2008
Exclusive Clip - Use the red settings. 4 June 2008
The Big Questions: Episode 9 - David and Catherine discuss virtual reality. 7 June 2008
The Monster Files: The Vashta Nerada - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Vashta Nerada.
Alex Kingston - The actress discusses River Song.
Colin Salmon - The actor talks about Dr Moon.
Steve Pemberton 2 - A gentlemanly chat about Steve's role in the episode.
Camera Department - The team show us around.
Midnight Next Time... - The next time preview for Midnight.
Episode Trailer - Midnight Trail 9 June 2008
Exclusive Clip - Knock, knock! 11 June 2008
The Big Questions: Episode 10 - David and Catherine discuss holidays. 14 June 2008
The Monster Files: Midnight - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about Midnight.
Cast - The cast of Midnight tell us about the episode.
Colin Morgan - Actor Colin Morgan takes us on set in his video diary.
Creating Sounds - Find out how the sounds in Doctor Who are created.
Rose: Midnight - is back...
Turn Left Next Time... - The next time preview for Turn Left.
Episode Trailer - Turn Left 16 June 2008
Exclusive Clip - The Doctor's dead. 18 June 2008
Billie Piper: Part One - Part one of our interview with Billie Piper. 20 June 2008[120]
The Big Questions: Episode 11 - David and Catherine discuss changing decisions. 21 June 2008
The Monster Files: The Trickster's Brigade - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Trickster's Brigade.
Making the Beetle - Millennium FX tell us how they created the Beetle.
Art Department Tour - Production Secretary Kevin Myers gives us a tour of the art department.
Costume Designer - Louise Page gives us a tour of the costume department.
Billie Piper: Part Two - Billie talks about Rose Tyler.
Bad Wolf - It's the end of the Universe.
The Stolen Earth Next Time... - The next time preview for The Stolen Earth.
Episode Trailer: 30 Sec - The Stolen Earth. 22 June 2008
Episode Trailer: 10 Sec - The Stolen Earth.
Exclusive Clip - Exterminate. 25 June 2008
The Big Questions: Episode 12 - David and Catherine discuss working with the Daleks. 28 June 2008
The Monster Files: The Daleks - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about the Daleks.
Operating Daleks - Barnaby Edwards, Nick Pegg, David Hankinson and Anthony Spargo show us how the Daleks move.
Nicholas Briggs - The voice of the Daleks explains how they speak.
Graeme Harper - Director Graeme Harper takes us behind the camera.
Regenerating - The Doctor.
Journey's End Episode Trailer - This is my ultimate victory. 29 June 2008
Exclusive Clip - Daleks. 2 July 2008
The Big Questions: Episode 13 - David and Catherine discuss working together. 5 July 2008
The Monster Files: Davros - Captain Jack reveals facts, figures and top secret info about Davros.
Creating Davros - Neill Gorton and Rob Mayor from effects house Millennium FX explain how Davros was brought back to life.
Camille Coduri - Camille takes us on the set of the Series finale.
Thomas Knight - Thomas takes us behind the character of Luke Smith in his own video diary.
Elisabeth Sladen - Elisabeth talks about Sarah Jane's return to the show.
Noel Clarke: Part 1 - Noel's video diary of his first day back on set.
Noel Clarke: Part 2 - Noel interviews cast and crew in the second part of his video diary.
Kiss from a Rose - What you've all been waiting for.
The Next Doctor Christmas Trail - The Cybermen are back!
Star In A Reasonably-Priced TARDIS - A fun idea by two BBC staff members has resulted in a hilarious mash up of Doctor Who and Top Gear.[121] 11 July 2008
Doctor Who at the Proms (2008) Music of the Spheres - Full TV episode; only available for a few hours after broadcast. 27 July 2008[122][123]
Series 5 pre-TX David Tennant Interview - The actor discusses his departure with Lizo Mzimba. 29 October 2008[124][125]
The Next Doctor Trailer 1 - First teaser for The Next Doctor.
The National Television Awards - David Tennant's speech; only available for seven days after broadcast. 5-12 November 2008[126]
The Next Doctor Season's Greetings! - A Christmas message from David Tennant. (Adventure Calendar) 1 December 2008
A Day Off With Who? - What is the Doctor doing in Cardiff? (Adventure Calendar) 3 December 2008
The Monster Files: Christmas - Tales of Christmas past from Captain Jack. (Adventure Calendar) 9 December 2008
Trailer 2 - Main teaser for The Next Doctor. (Adventure Calendar) 15 December 2008
Inside the World of Doctor Who - Exclusive clip of the BAFTA event at the London Children's Film Festival held at the Barbican on 29 November 2008. 16 December 2008[127][128]
Doctor Who Prom Promo - Exclusive trailer for the Doctor Who Prom. (Adventure Calendar) 18 December 2008
Special Clip - Miss Hartigan plots with the Cybermen. (Adventure Calendar) 21 December 2008
Special Clip 2 - Two Doctors...; Solve the video jigsaw to unlock a teaser clip from The Next Doctor. (Adventure Calendar) 23 December 2008
Tshabalala's Christmas Message - A Christmas message from the actress who plays Rosita in The Next Doctor. (Adventure Calendar) 24 December 2008
Donna's Story - As a trailer for the ongoing BBC Three repeats and as a handy way to get you up to speed before The Next Doctor, we present the story of Donna Noble - in 90 seconds! (Adventure Calendar) 25 December 2008
The Big Questions: David Morrisey - Watch an Interview with the Next Doctor.
The Big Questions: Dervla Kirwan - An interview with the actress who plays Miss Hartigan.
The Monster Files: The Cybermen - Facts and figures from Captain Jack.
Doctor Who at the Proms (2008) Music From The Spheres - A clip from the mini episode. c. 29 December 2008[129]
Freema Agyeman - Watch a clip of your host in action!

2009

Episode related to Video Originally available
Series 5 pre-TX The Eleventh Doctor Trail - Doctor Who Confidential special. 2 January 2009[130]
Matt Smith Interview - We hear from the man himself! 3 January 2009[131]
Doctor Who at the Proms (2008) Prom 2008: Part One - Freema Agyeman introduces the Prom. 13 January 2009
Prom 2008: Part Two - The Music of the Spheres.
Prom 2008: Part Three - Davros unleashes the Daleks.
Prom 2008: Part Four - Catherine Tate presents the Companions music.
Prom 2008: Part Five - The uplifting finale closes with the Doctor Who theme tune.
Planet of the Dead The Tennant Tapes: Part 1 - Back To Cardiff; As production begins on the four special episodes that will bring the Tenth Doctor's era to a close, David Tennant takes us behind the scenes of his first day back in Cardiff. 26 January 2009
The Tennant Tapes: Part 2 - Butetown Tunnel; The production is in full swing in this, the second behind the scenes report from David Tennant. This time he's in Cardiff Bay, where the production team have closed Butetown Tunnel for filming. 16 February 2009
The Tennant Tapes: Part 3 - On The Buses; It's a busman's holiday for David as he chats to the cast and crew of Planet Of The Dead about late nights, famous godparents and stripey scarves. 6 March 2009
From Raxacoricofallapatorius with Love Comic Relief Teaser - First glimpse of The Sarah Jane Adventures Comic Relief Special. 11 March 2009[132]
Planet of the Dead The Tennant Tapes: Part 4 - Snow Business; David keeps his cool in freezing conditions to talk with Michelle Ryan, James Strong and Sarah Davies about wire work, broken buses and killer cats.[133] 18 March 2009
Planet of the Dead Trailer - The first look at the Doctor Who Easter special. 1 April 2009[134]
The Tennant Tapes: Part 5 - David films in Dubai. 11 April 2009
The Big Questions: Michelle Ryan - Watch an interview with actress Michelle Ryan.
David Ames Video Diary - Actor David Ames takes us behind the camera.
Making the Tritovores - Neill Gorton from effects house Millennium FX explain how the Tritovores were created.
The Waters of Mars The Waters Of Mars Trailer - A preview of the next special.
Tonight's the Night Tonight's the Night Preview 22 May 2009[135]
TARDIS Scene - Captain Jack is back and he has company! 23 May 2009[136]
Behind the Scenes - Step into the TARDIS with John and David...
Tales of the Time Lords Gridlock - At last the Doctor admits to Martha that he is the last of the Time Lords. In this clip he recalls Gallifrey and the lost beauty of his home planet. 27 June 2009[137]
The Genesis of the Daleks - Scheming on Skaro...; The start of the Time War? The Time Lords sent the Doctor on a mission to combat the Dalek menace, but in doing so, did they sow the seeds for the confrontation that destroyed Gallifrey?
The War Games - Forty years ago the Doctor finally revealed his own people were the Time Lords. Here, he discusses the nature of their astonishing society...
The Waters of Mars The Waters Of Mars Clip - from the BBC Autumn Showreel. 9 July 2009
Tales from the Moon The Moonbase - When Cybermen Attack!; In this clip from a 1967 adventure, the Second Doctor faces the Cybermen as they open fire on a beleaguered lunar station that controls the Earth's weather. But when the attack fails it gives the Doctor an idea that might just save the day. Hurray! 15 July 2009[138]
Smith and Jones - The Hospital Visit; In this tense moment from Martha's debut story, aliens land on the lunar surface to confront the transported occupants of the Royal Hope Hospital. A Judoon platoon on the Moon! There. Someone had to say it.
The Lost Boy - Moonfall; In this episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures, the Xylok attempt to smash the Moon into our planet. Alan, Maria and Sarah Jane must act fast to prevent chaos and carnage. The end of the world is almost upon us... and so is the Moon...
The Waters of Mars The Waters Of Mars. The New Trailer! - Direct from San Diego... 27 July 2009[139]
He will knock 4 times... Recap
Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Doctor Exclusive Clip: Doctor Who's Greatest Moments! - Sneak peek of opening episode. 19 August 2009[140]
Dreamland Dreamland Introduction - Executive Producer Russell T Davies introduces Dreamland and this blog. 20 August 2009[141]
Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Companions Exclusive clip of Doctor Who's Greatest Moments! - Sneak peek of the new Companions episode. 25 August 2009[142]
Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Enemies Doctor Who's Greatest Moments: The Enemies - Sneak peek of the new Enemies episode. 28 August 2009[143]
Dreamland This is what they think... what d'you think? - Russell and Julie are currently in Los Angeles but took time out to respond and they discuss the origins of Dreamland, their work on the animation and how they decide which Doctor Who projects get the green light. 9 September 2009
Behind the scenes with David - We grabbed producer David Jacklin and persuaded him to tell us what was going on! He also discusses what it took to get to this point - something we'll be going into greater detail about in the weeks that follow... 10 September 2009
Russell and Julie: Q&A Part 2 - Russell and Julie discuss the hardest thing about making Dreamland, cliff-hangers and who inspires Russell! 15 September 2009
Your Greatest Doctor Who Moments Your Greatest Moments #1 - Journey's End, by Russell T Davies 16 September 2009[144]
Your Greatest Moments #2 - The Girl in the Fireplace, by Steven Moffat
Your Greatest Moments #3 - The Green Death, by Robert Sloman
Dreamland Exclusive! Meet Colonel Stark! - He's voiced by Stuart Milligan who discusses the character and talks about the production of the new Doctor Who animation. 18 September 2009
Russell and Julie: Q&A Part 3 - In this part of the Q&A; they discuss the look of Dreamland, their immediate future and the joys of being fans of Doctor Who. 21 September 2009
Stark Designs - Last week we caught up with Animation Director Darren Garrett who told us about designing the man he calls 'a very tough guy'. 24 September 2009
Writer Phil Ford on Colonel Stark - Pay attention, soldiers! In this latest despatch, writer Phil Ford discusses the Colonel's creation, the origins of Dreamland, and 1950s monster movies! 30 September 2009
First Reactions! - We captured Phil's reaction immediately before and immediately after he watched episodes 1 & 2 of Dreamland for the very first time... 2 October 2009
Series 5 pre-TX A Tale of Ten Logos - Check out the evolution of the Doctor Who logo... 4 October 2009[145]
2005: Creating an iconic image - Creating the current look.
Watch and share the new logo and insignia - Introducing the new Doctor Who logo 2010. 6 October 2009[146]
Dreamland Night Eagle! - Night Eagle is played by the fantastic Clarke Peters, who many of you will know from The Wire. We caught up with Clarke and he chatted to us about Night Eagle and Doctor Who... and you've gotta love his brief rendition of the theme tune... 9 October 2009
Your Greatest Doctor Who Moments Your Greatest Moments #4 - The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances, by Steven Moffat 12 October 2009[147]
Your Greatest Moments #5 - Turn Left, by Russell T Davies
Your Greatest Moments #6 - Genesis of the Daleks, by Terry Nation
K-9 in Action The Leisure Hive - K-9 goes for a trundle on Brighton beach but things get explosive when he goes for a dip... 14 October 2009[148]
School Reunion - It's K-9 versus the Krillitanes! He's outnumbered and running low on power, but the Doctor's old friend isn't about to give up!
The Sarah Jane Adventures - When the planet looked doomed in The Lost Boy, K-9 is there again to save the day!
A Tribute to Barry Letts The Enemy of the World - Barry Letts' first contribution to Doctor Who was directing this Second Doctor story in 1967. 16 October 2009[149]
The Daemons - Barry Letts co-wrote this classic adventure which featured the Third Doctor, the Brigadier and the Master!
Robot - This was Tom Baker's debut adventure and the last Doctor Who story produced by Barry Letts.
Dreamland Meet Cassie Rice! - Cassie Rice is one of the Doctor's new companions in Dreamland and she's played by the fantastic Georgia Moffett! 22 October 2009
Writing Rice - Now it's the turn of the man who dreamt up Cassie, Phil Ford. We caught up with the writer recently and he shared his thoughts on the character and how he came to create her... 23 October 2009
Animating Rice - This time we hear from the animator who brought the character Cassie Rice to life, Nora O'Sullivan. 28 October 2009
The Waters of Mars The Waters of Mars. Not one drop... 29 October 2009[150]
Dreamland Jimmy Stalkingwolf - We've already introduced you to Cassie Rice, one of the Doctor's two new companions for Dreamland. And now we'd like you to meet the rather wonderful Jimmy Stalkingwolf! 30 October 2009
Doctor Who's Scariest Moments Midnight, by Russell T Davies - Echoes of terror, terror, terror...[151]
The Empty Child, by Steven Moffat - Don't let them touch you... 1 November 2009
Dreamland Dreamland Clip 2 November 2009
His name is Jimmy Stalkingwolf - Meet Tim Howar who plays Jimmy Stalkingwolf in Dreamland. 3 November 2009
Doctor Who's Scariest Moments Turn Left, by Russell T Davies - She said two words...
Terror of the Zygons, by Robert Banks Stewart - Don't look now... 5 November 2009
Dreamland David Warner is Lord Azlok - Screen legend David Warner stars as Lord Azlok, Lord Knight of the Imperial Viperox War Horde!
The Waters of Mars The New Trailer! Mayhem on Mars...[152][153]
Russell T Davies introduces... 6 November 2009[154]
Doctor Who's Scariest Moments Human Nature, by Paul Cornell - Alias the Scarecrow 7 November 2009
The Crusade, by David Whitaker - The wheel of fortune turns... c. 9 November 2009
The Waters of Mars Producer Nikki Wilson takes us behind the scenes... 10 November 2009
Doctor Who's Scariest Moments Tooth and Claw, by Russell T Davies - Nature, red in tooth and claw... c. 11 November 2009
The Green Death, by Robert Sloman and Barry Letts - Phil Ford, co-writer of The Waters of Mars, introduces his scariest moment... c. 12 November 2009
Dreamland Gary Russell Q&A Part One - We're delighted to bring you part one of the Q&A; we recently did with Dreamland's director, Gary Russell. 12 November 2009
Doctor Who's Scariest Moments Blink, by Steven Moffat - Russell T Davies, Executive Producer and co-writer of The Waters of Mars, introduces one of his scariest moments... c. 13 November 2009
The Tomb of the Cybermen - Russell T Davies, Executive Producer and co-writer of The Waters of Mars, introduces his scariest moment of all... It's a fab, famous scene from the 1967 classic, The Tomb of the Cybermen by Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis. Enjoy! c. 14 November 2009
The Waters of Mars Louise Page, Costume Designer 15 November 2009
Visual Effects Supervisor, Danny Hargreaves
Russell T Davies and the secret of the prophesy
The End of Time, Part One Teaser for the Christmas Special
Dreamland Dreamland Trailer 20 November 2009
The Doctor's latest adventure: Dreamland! - David Tennant and writer Phil Ford introduce the Doctor's next adventure: Dreamland![155]
The End of Time, Part One Preview Clip 1 - from Children in Need.
Dreamland Dreamland: Episode 1 - The Doctor finds an extraterrestrial artefact which draws the attention of a mysterious man in black... 21 November 2009
Dreamland: Episode 2 - While the Doctor steals a spaceship from Dreamland, Cassie and Jimmy discover something alien... 22 November 2009
Dreamland: Episode 3 - Escaping from the horror living beneath the desert, the Doctor confronts the Alliance of Shades... 23 November 2009
Dreamland: Episode 4 - Lord Azlok and Colonel Stark reveal to the Doctor the secret of their deal... 24 November 2009
Dreamland: Episode 5 - Deep beneath the Dreamland base, the Doctor faces the malevolent Skorpius Flies... 25 November 2009
Dreamland: Episode 6 - As the Doctor tries to stop Lord Azlok from wiping out humanity... 26 November 2009
The End of Time, Part One Inspect A Gadget! - This exclusive video goes backstage with Gadget as we meet the man behind him and find out the tricks of the 'Gadget Gadget' trade! (Adventure Calendar) 3 December 2009
BBC One's fantastic festive idents! - Hang on tight and take a trip with the Doctor! (Adventure Calendar) 4 December 2009
BBC One Sting 01 - Snow way out but to dig for it... (Adventure Calendar)
BBC One Sting 02 - Mind the coat, Mr Reindeer! (Adventure Calendar)
BBC One Sting 03 - Just hit your mark and don't breathe on the camera... (Adventure Calendar)
Dreamland Dreamland: Feature - the full story! - Enjoy the fabulous Dreamland full-length feature, first broadcast on CBBC on BBC Two. 5 December 2009
Whatever happened to Cassie and Jimmy? - When the Doctor departed at the close of the adventure it looked like his two friends from the fifties might have some sort of future together but we were delighted when writer Phil Ford spilt the beans on Cassie and Jimmy fifty years later... and who's running the diner these days! (Adventure Calendar) 8 December 2009
The End of Time, Part One David and The Proclaimers! - Have a Merry and Musical Christmas! (Adventure Calendar) 11 December 2009
Preview Clip 2
Louise Page, Costume Designer - Louise Page tells us the best thing about working on Doctor Who. Prepare for tales about Billie Piper, Alex Kingston and small, cramped cupboards... (Adventure Calendar) 13 December 2009
Only ten days to go until The End of Time, Part One! - With Christmas almost here we have festive greetings from Executive Producers Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner, along with the Doctor himself, David Tennant. (Adventure Calendar) 15 December 2009
What is Doctor Who? - A look at what makes Doctor Who so very special... (Adventure Calendar) 16 December 2009
The TARDIS - The Doctor's frankly magnificent time machine. (Adventure Calendar)
David Tennant is the Doctor - Celebrating the man who is the Tenth Doctor. (Adventure Calendar)
Adventure! - The drama of Doctor Who! (Adventure Calendar)
Beauty... - The beautiful universe of Doctor Who. (Adventure Calendar)
The Time Lord's Burden - What is, what was, what could be and what must not... (Adventure Calendar)
The Lonely Angel - A price worth paying? (Adventure Calendar)
Russell, Julie and David talk Christmas! - Here's Russell, Julie and David discussing what makes a great Christmas Day. (Adventure Calendar) 21 December 2009
A Ghost Story for Christmas - Christmas is a perfect time for scary stories that send a shiver down your spine and put a smile on your face! It's good to have a touch of terror in the tinsel and we've got a tale for you now that'll make you go brrrrrr! But a warning to the curious... it's about a strange and terrifying race known as the Weeping Angels. Enjoy their story but whatever you do, don't blink! (Adventure Calendar) 24 December 2009
The Big Questions - ...with David, Russell & Julie. 25 December 2009
An Audience with Bernard Cribbins, Part One
The stunning cliff-hanger!
The End of Time, Part Two Preview - The End of Time, Part Two
Trailer - The End of Time, Part Two
Exclusive Scene - The End of Time, Part Two
Cribbins at Christmas! - Christmas is a time for festive fun, music and ideally, the legendary Bernard Cribbins! Well, we've got a video that manages to combine all three! Seasons greetings and enjoy the video! (Adventure Calendar) 27 December 2009
The Big Questions - ...with John Simm. (Adventure Calendar) 28 December 2009
The Big Questions - ...Part Two, with David, Russell & Julie. 30 December 2009
David, Russell & Julie: 'Our favourite episodes...'
David, Russell & Julie: 'Moments we loved...'

2010

Episode related to Video Originally available
The End of Time, Part Two The Big Questions - ...Part Three, with David, Russell & Julie. 1 January 2010[156][157]
The Vinvocci
An Audience with Bernard Cribbins, Part Two
Louise Page on the Time Lords
David, Russell & Julie: 'Our favourite guests...'
David, Russell & Julie: 'Our first days...'
The Eleventh Doctor! - Watch the Eleventh Doctor's dramatic first scene.
Series 5 pre-TX New Series Preview - Our first glimpse of thrilling new adventures...
The Tenth Doctor's Greatest Moments The Parting of the Ways - Introducing the Tenth Doctor! From his very first moments he was charming, unpredictable and entirely brilliant!
The Christmas Invasion - We find out that the Tenth Doctor has charisma and wit... but he doesn't offer second chances.
Doomsday - In this memorable and heart-breaking encounter, Rose tells the Doctor she loves him...
The Runaway Bride - One of the most touching and beautiful scenes from the Tenth Doctor's era saw him say a temporary farewell to Donna Noble.
Smith and Jones - After Martha Jones joined the Doctor in this magical scene, neither of their lives would ever be the same again.
Voyage of the Damned - What can we say about this speech from the Tenth Doctor? Nothing, except hurray!
Utopia - A lovely moment featuring one the Tenth Doctor's staunchest allies, the redoubtable Captain Jack Harkness.
Partners in Crime - The return of the wonderful Donna Noble and this time she wasn't about to let the TARDIS leave without her!
Stolen Earth - The Doctor and Rose reunited at last! It couldn't be that simple, could it? Of course not...
The Tenth Doctor's Greatest Moments & Regenerations: Six of the Best The Tenth Doctor Regenerates - This amazing scene was the culmination of a heart-breaking story. After four fantastic years the Tenth Doctor regenerated on the evening of 1st January, 2010, transforming into the Eleventh Doctor as the TARDIS span dangerously out of control!
Regenerations: Six of the Best The Very First Regeneration - The First Doctor regenerated following an exhausting battle with the Cybermen. Sadly, most of his final episode is lost, but this historic transformation scene remains.
The Third Doctor Regenerates - In The Planet of the Spiders, the Third Doctor subjected his body to deadly radiation in order to defeat a terrifying enemy. This caused a regeneration witnessed by Sarah Jane and the Brigadier.
The Fourth Doctor Regenerates - In the 1981 story Logopolis, in the act of saving the universe, the Fourth Doctor fell from the gantry of a huge radio telescope. The tumble triggered this regeneration...
The Ninth Doctor Regenerates - At the end of The Parting of the Ways the Ninth Doctor made it back to the TARDIS and warned an anxious Rose that he was about to change. The following regeneration proved to be spectacular!
The Master Regenerates! - As a Time Lord, the Master also has the ability to regenerate, as we saw in Utopia where after being shot by Chantho, he nipped into the TARDIS for a quick change...
Series 5 pre-TX Watch and embed the latest trailer! - 60 second version. 20 February 2010[158]
Second version of new trailer - 40 second version. c. March 2010

See also

External links

Footnotes

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