The Second Doctor and his companions Interrail through some of humanity’s greatest conflicts in Patrick Troughton’s final serial.
The Human Dalek wants to put more Human in the Dalek Humans, and the Dalek Daleks disagree.
A sequence of “final” experiments, pig chaps, and what is ostensibly a Monoid with a Dalek for a hat.
A Karl Marx lookalike delivers spiffing technobabble while time travel goes straight down the drain in this senseless yet hugely compelling serial.
It’s Rose’s last episode (sort of), with Sarcastic Daleks, a Doc who doesn’t give a damn, and a Tyler family reunion
Giant levers, office romance, and apparently everyone’s OK with ghosts
An old foe, older friends and a creepy guy entirely made of snakes.
Multiplying Daleks and surveillance fruit on the planet Vulcan? I’m in.
Doctor Who now has a hot niece, Ian’s been replaced by Bernard Cribbins and there’s plenty more Cushing for the pushing!
Rose is her own Deus Ex Machina, Jackie cashes in a dodgy favour, and we bid farewell to the 9th Doctor.