What an awesome companion! Clever and gung-ho, though occasionally hilariously oblivious, Jo Grant travelled with the Jon Pertwee’s Third Doctor until eventually she left the show in The Green Death, to marry the environmentalist hero and leader of a hippy commune. Interestingly, art and life were heading in the same direction there.
Doc is pitted against maggots, a giant fly and a wholly unrelated plot by a supercomputer to conquer the world of business in Jo Grant’s final serial
Doc falls into a ten-minute coma, circumvents some forgettable bacteria and introduces the Daleks to the perils of molten ice.
Interstellar war, a lunar prison break and Roger Delgado’s final appearance as The Master
Doc and Jo must escape giant graboids inside a jukebox while bureaucrats plot to put a pair of interstellar carnies out of business
The First and The Second join The Third on an adventure in an anti-matter universe for the Ten Year Anniversary of Doctor Who
The Master summons a time pigeon and goes back to Atlantis where he finds a minotaur and other plot points.
Doc delivers a parcel and terraforming turns humanoids into Better-Zarbis, but then it turns out they were destined for greater things all along.
A Master and Commander, an Officer and a Gentleman, and Tonnes of Seamen. Behold the aquatic cousins of the Silurians!
Primitive aliens with no concept of technology or judicial proceedings want to join a galactic federation in this allegory of Britain’s entry into the EEC