The Power of the Daleks was released on cassette on 2 August 1993 with linking narration by Tom Baker. Unique to this release, Baker provided the narration as the Fourth Doctor, simply remembering the events of The Power of the Daleks throughout.
- Regeneration is both a blessing and a scourge to Time Lords.
- Time Lords have twelve lives.
- The Doctor describes the appearance of his first incarnation as a "distinguished, white-haired gentleman" and his second as "not what I would have wished for myself".
- The Doctor considers his past self's clothing to be unacceptable for a Time Lord.
- The Second Doctor is briefly able to see his predecessor in a mirror through a trick of Gallifreyan optics.
- The Fourth Doctor considers himself to have good looks.
- The First Doctor "loathed" the recorder.
- The Doctor notes he was very irresponsible in "those days".
- When knocked unconscious, the pain was as sharp as a Terileptil's hunting knife.
- The Doctor notes the Governor's office was full of fascinating architectural detail.
- There are a number of references to concepts that did not exist at the time of the original broadcast in 1966 such as Gallifrey being mentioned by name, the concept of Time Lords having twelve lives and the existence of Terileptils. The mention of Terileptils are especially of note as they first appeared in The Visitation in the Fifth Doctor era, after the Fourth Doctor's original run on television had finished.
- The Baker narration was not used for future releases of the serial as the master tapes had been erased.
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