Our new Doctor has already started flexing his muscles. Have a listen to our musings on Peter Capaldi’s debut as the Time Lord.
Doc has no rhythm, Jack has great taste in cocktails, and aliens can’t distinguish bio matter from plastic.
A creepy child telekinetically controls toy monkeys and makes gas masks grow out of people’s faces, and we meet Captain Jack for the first time!
In addition to The Doctor, Hartnell plays a different character in this one, who also goes on holiday. And then we get a new, annoying companion.
The Doctor and Lucie battle a rockstar environ-mentalist intent on turning the Earth into a Brussels sprout.
Rose rescues her dead dad; Jackie is immortal; and in the end we forget that our hero is a cheating, lying, lousy husband.
The Doc robs a cash machine; Rose drinks a cup of beef; and Adam proves he’s a prick by getting a hole drilled into his forehead.
The Doctor robs the Daleks, gains two companions, loses three, and then we even get an appearance by the monk. Epic!
The Doctor tries to save a life, then end it at all costs, while Rose takes the moral high-ground, and also gets a new boyfriend.
The troupe arrives in Troy, where there’s no Helen, Vicki falls in love, and the Doc leaves but one Trojan left alive.