MORE THAN 30 YEARS IN THE TARDIS.
An extended version of a documentary first shown in November 1993 as part of the 30th anniversary celebration of everybody's favourite science-fiction series, Doctor Who. Including contributions from Doctors Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy, plus a whole gang of their companions, More than 30 Years in the TARDIS
was a fitting tribute to a series that had ended in 1989. With many stunning recreations of classic scenes, this special documentary contains rare footage, deleted scenes and classic monsters as you've
never seen them before...
In 1993, Doctor Who
was 30 years old. While a big question mark over the series ever returning remained, the BBC marked the anniversary year with a loving tribute to the show - 30 Years in the TARDIS. The 50-minute programme was packed with interviews, memories and specially shot scenes featuring Doctors, companions and classic monsters. A year later, More than 30 Years in the TARDIS was released on BBC Video. A great deal of material shot was unused in the documentary, and the video release contained a re-edited and extended version with a large amount of unseen footage that hadn't made it into the original programme. The special scenes within the documentary are ambitious and brilliantly created. It's a joy to see flying Daleks by Westminster Bridge, Cybermen on the steps of St Paul's, the Dalek Emperor's control room and Autons chasing Nicholas Courtney. And who didn't 'Wow!' when they first saw the little boy push open the police box doors to reveal the TARDIS inside? More than 30 Years in the TARDIS does the series proud-the love for Doctor Who is apparent throughout. There had been nothing quite like this before-it was released a long time before the DVD range gave as much access to behind-the-scenes clips and views from the people in Doctor Who as it does today, so imagine how thrilling it was for fans to see the vast amount of people interviewed, the studio footage, bloopers and clips from 30 years of their favourite show.
- Remembering Nicholas Courtney
- A look back at the life of Nicholas Courtney, who played the Brigadier in Doctor Who, recorded shortly before his death in 2011. - Doctor Who Stories - Actor Peter Purves talks about his time on Doctor Who in this interview originally shot for the BBC's 2003 documentary The Story of SPECIAL Doctor Who. The Lambert Tapes-Part One - Doctor Who's first producer, Verity Lambert, looks back at the early days of the programme in this interview also shot for The Story FEATURES of Doctor Who. Those Deadly Divas Actresses Kate O'Mara, Camille Coduri and Tracy-Ann Oberman are joined by writers Gareth Roberts and Clayton Hickman to examine the role of the diva in Doctor Who. Photo Gallery. Digitally Remastered Picture and Sound·Easter Egg.
Remembering Nicholas Courtney - Nicholas Courtney's friend and biographer Michael McManus takes the actor most famous for playing Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewar on a fond look back at his life in this documentary recorded shortly before his death in 2011. Featuring many clips from his long career in television and a special appearance by the Fourth Doctor himself, Tom Baker. Doctor Who Stories-Peter Purves Actor Peter Purves talks about his time in Doctor Who in this interview originally shot for the BBC's 2003 documentary The Story of Doctor Who. The Lambert Tapes-Part One Doctor Who's first producer, Verity Lambert, looks back at the early days of the programme in this interview also shot for The Story of Doctor Who. Those Deadly Divas
Acrresses Kate O'Mara [the Ranij,Camille Coduri [Jackie Tyler] and Tracy- Ann Oberman [Yvonne Hartman] are joined by writers Gareth Roberts and Clauton Hickman to examine the role of the diva in Doctor Who.