The most iconic companion of the Doctor’s, some would say – certainly in Classic Who – Sarah-Jane Smith was an investigative reporter whose cleverness seemed to render her immune from the tribunals of U.N.I.T., since she was rather freely allowed to roam their HQ. Travelling at first with The Third Doctor, she continued her adventures with The Fourth Doctor until she was left in not-quite-Croydon following a run-in with the Mandragora Helix. She’d return to meet The Tenth in School Reunion, of course, and go on to get her own spin-off, The Sarah-Jane Adventures.
Thing T. Thing sports mind-bending bling, leading to the dramatic exit of companion Sarah Jane Smith
It’s Italian Hamlet with sprinkles of The Daemons and a strange, hay-bearing lake
“The Thing” meets “Day of the Triffids” with elements of 007, and perhaps the greatest Doctor Who serial ever
Despotic Time Lord Morbius is resurrected as a Fishbowl-Claw-Monster to… take over the universe?
Doc and Sarah match wits with finger-blasting androids and two walnuts from space planning to invade Earth
A legendary serial featuring a poacher sandwiched twixt buxom mummies.
Predator Admiral Ackbar, another disco werewolf, and a ménage-à-granddad
The trustee of the Golden Haggis Lucky Dip commands a lactating Loch Ness Monster in a bid to destroy the environment