The Fourth Doctor
Ahh, The Fourth Doctor, played by Tom Baker from 1974 to 1981, is probably the most iconic Time Lord. With an absurdly long scarf, equally characteristic hat and coat and a smile sometimes equipped with an apparent abundance of teeth, The Fourth Doctor is a fan favourite and we’re thrilled to be reviewing his serials now.
A robot parrot, condensed planets and another piece of The Key To Time… ish. By the left frontal lobe of the sky demon, what a totally bananas serial this is!
The Doctor and Romana (I) are tasked by Colonel Sanders to find six horcruxes in this opener to the season-long ‘Key To Time’ arc
Doc gets crowned president, Gallifrey gets invaded twice, and Leela and K-9 get no goodbye
Jackson and The Argonauts take Team TARDIS to a newly formed, largely green-screen’d planet
Doc, Leela and K-9 lead a proletarian revolution against space capitalists on Pluto who may be in the business of making suns
A loony old trout helps prevent a golden sun goddess from sucking the life out of the world with her Gestalt band of space worms
Anti-body pillow fights, a fantastic voyage and the universe-threatening ejaculate of a megalomaniac space shrimp
An alien jellyfish hampers attempted insider trading in this legendary bottle episode
It’s Sherlock Holmes meets Dr Fu Manchu, and one of the most controversial Classic Doctor Who stories ever
The Tenth, Eleventh and War Doctor battle Daleks, smooch a Zygon and seemingly prove that the gun is mightier than the pen in this glorious Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special