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Season 19 (1982)
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Castrovalva
(New Beginnings Boxset - The Keeper of Traken/Logopolis/Castrovalva)

Peter Davison
New Beginning Boxset - A good value boxset that unites a loose trilogy of stories of varying interest from the back catalogue, Doctor Who: New Beginnings maintains the high standards set of late by the show’s catalogue releases. Beginnings is the underlying theme, with the stories following the introduction of the late Anthony Ainley’s take on The Master, the swansong of Tom Baker’s Doctor, and the debut of Peter Davison in the title role.
Davison’s first full story though, "Castrovalva", is the weakest link of the set. Again it features The Master, and it follows the newly regenerated Doctor--in a very shaky state as he heads for the supposedly peaceful retreat of the title, only to find, as you’d expect, that all isn’t as it seems. Sadly, the premise isn’t really realised, resulting in one of the more tepid stories of Davison’s reign.

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Four to Doomsday
Peter Davison, Stratford Johns, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton, Matthew Waterhouse
The basis of Four To Doomsday is that the Doctor is trying to return Tegan back home, but instead finds himself on a strange spaceship, that almost inevitably is heading to Earth with unpleasantness very much on its agenda. The Doctor, accompanied by Nyssa, Adric and the aforementioned Tegan, naturally has to come to the rescue, aided by some very economic special effects (even for the time).
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Doctor Who : Kinda
(Mara Tales Boxset)

Peter Davison
Doctor Who Mara Tales is a 2-disc boxed set featuring the following classic stories & special features:

Kinda - The TARDIS visits the planet Deva Loka, where Nyssa remains behind in the ship to recover from a mild mental disorientation while the Doctor, Tegan and Adric explore. Tegan falls asleep under some wind chimes and becomes possessed by an evil force, a Mara.

Snakedance - Tegan falls once more under the influence of the Mara and directs the TARDIS to the planet Manussa. There the Federator‘s son Lon and his mother Tanha are preparing for a ceremony to celebrate the banishment of the Mara five hundred years earlier. It’s up to the Doctor to defeat the evil Mara, in these two classic stories from Peter Davison’s era…

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The Visitation
(Special Edition)


 

Peter Davison, Matthew Waterhouse, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton, Anthony Calf
When the (fifth) Doctor tries to take Tegan back to Heathrow Airport, the Tardis arrives in the 17th century instead of the 20th century. The time-travellers discover that a space capsule has landed nearby and its alien occupants intend to wipe out life on Earth by releasing rats infected with a great plague.
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Black Orchid
Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton, Matthew Waterhouse
The sci-fi series dips its toe into Agatha Christie waters when the Doctor (Peter Davison) arrives in 1920s England and becomes embroiled in a murder mystery. When the TARDIS arrives at Cranleigh Halt railway station on a summer afternoon in 1925, the Doctor and his pals are surprised to be met by a chauffeur (Timothy Block) and whisked off to a cricket match. Lord Cranleigh (Michael Cochrane) has assumed that the Doctor has come from Guy's Hospital for the charity event to be held later that night in aid of a sick kids' hospital. There then follows a masked ball, a case of mistaken identity and mysterious, murderous goings on in this two-part homage to the golden age of English whodunnits.
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Earthshock
Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton, Matthew Waterhouse
The TARDIS arrives in the 26th Century in a cave system containing numerous dinosaur fossils. The Doctor's Party comes under suspicion from a military force, led by Lieutenant Scott, who are investigating the disappearance of a group of palaeontologists and geologists. They are all then attacked by androids - the true culprits - under the control of the Cybermen. The Doctor manages to deactivate a bomb intended by the Cybermen to destroy an imminent peace conference. He then follows the bomb's activating signal to an approaching space freighter, commanded by captain Briggs, on board which it transpires that an army of Cybermen are concealed. An attempt by Adric to thwart the Cybermen's plans result in the freighter being inadvertently sent millions of years into the past, where it explodes and causes the extinction of the dinosaurs - and also the death of Adric. The Doctor destroys the Cyber Leader be forcing into its chest unit some gold fragments from a badge previously worn by Adric.
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Time Flight
Peter Davison

Two stories based around the character of Tegan, this union of Time-Flight and Arc of Infinity is an interesting double header for any Doctor Who enthusiast. Both stories see Peter Davison in the title role.

Time-Flight's big selling point is neither Davison's Doctor nor Janet Fielding's Tegan. Instead, it's Concorde, as the Doctor gets Tegan to Heathrow Airport, only to discover that the infamous supersonic jet is caught in a muddle with a time corridor. And while truthfully the story wrapping round this concept isn't top of the range Who, it's still both entertaining and easy to watch, and good fun all round. (Basically dreadful)

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Season 20 (1983)
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Doctor Who : Arc of Infinity
Peter Davison

Two stories based around the character of Tegan, this union of Time-Flight and Arc of Infinity is an interesting double header for any Doctor Who enthusiast. Both stories see Peter Davison in the title role.

Arc of Infinity, meanwhile, takes the Doctor back into the midst of the Time Lords, only to discover that one of them has chosen him to be the victim of a strange creature. This creature can only survive by bonding with a Time Lord, and when the High Council of Time Lords rules that the Doctor has to be killed, the scene is set for an interesting mystery, that also sees Tegan fall into dangerous hands too.

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Doctor Who, Peter Davison, Arc of Infinity US Region 1 DVD
Doctor Who : Snakedance
(Mara Tales Boxset)
Peter Davison
Doctor Who Mara Tales is a 2-disc boxed set featuring the following classic stories & special features:

Snakedance - Tegan falls once more under the influence of the Mara and directs the TARDIS to the planet Manussa. There the Federator‘s son Lon and his mother Tanha are preparing for a ceremony to celebrate the banishment of the Mara five hundred years earlier. It’s up to the Doctor to defeat the evil Mara, in these two classic stories from Peter Davison’s

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Mawdryn Undead
(The Black Guardian Trilogy)
Peter Davison

Three interlinked stories from the Peter Davison era of Doctor Who, the Black Guardian Trilogy brings together Mawdryn Undead, Terminus and Enlightenment, as the Doctor finds himself under threat from an old foe. The enemy in question, of course, is the Black Guardian of the title, who first appeared at the end of the Tom Baker Key To Time season. Across the three stories of the Black Guardian Trilogy, he’s a constant background figure, instead introducing and recruiting Turlough to kill the Doctor on his behalf. The three stories introduce Turlough as a companion eventually, but also marks a farewell for Nysaa.

Each of the three stories has its merits, although Mawdryn Undead is hard to beat. It helps that it marks the return, after some time, of Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart to Doctor Who, although by now we discover that he’s a maths teacher. Not for long, though, as he’s soon back into action, in a story that’s one the Peter Davison era’s finest.

Mawdryn Undead
The Black Guardian recruits a young man named Turlough to assassinate the Doctor. Although outwardly an ordinary pupil at a boys' private boarding school, Turlough is in fact an alien who believes that the Guardian will return him home if he succeeds.

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Doctor Who, Peter Davison, The Black Guardian Trilogy Boxset (US Region 1)
Doctor Who : Terminus
(The Black Guardian Trilogy)
Peter Davison
Three interlinked stories from the Peter Davison era of Doctor Who, the Black Guardian Trilogy brings together Mawdryn Undead, Terminus and Enlightenment, as the Doctor finds himself under threat from an old foe. The enemy in question, of course, is the Black Guardian of the title, who first appeared at the end of the Tom Baker Key To Time season. Across the three stories of the Black Guardian Trilogy, he’s a constant background figure, instead introducing and recruiting Turlough to kill the Doctor on his behalf. The three stories introduce Turlough as a companion eventually, but also marks a farewell for Nysaa.

The TARDIS attaches itself to a space liner after Turlough, still under the Black Guardian's influence, damages its controls. The Doctor and Nyssa meet two space pirates, Kari and Olvir, who have come on board the liner in search of plunder, while Tegan and Turlough get lost in the infrastructure.
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Doctor Who, Peter Davison, The Black Guardian Trilogy Boxset (US Region 1)
Doctor Who : Enlightenment
(The Black Guardian Trilogy)
Peter Davison
Three interlinked stories from the Peter Davison era of Doctor Who, the Black Guardian Trilogy brings together Mawdryn Undead, Terminus and Enlightenment, as the Doctor finds himself under threat from an old foe. The enemy in question, of course, is the Black Guardian of the title, who first appeared at the end of the Tom Baker Key To Time season. Across the three stories of the Black Guardian Trilogy, he’s a constant background figure, instead introducing and recruiting Turlough to kill the Doctor on his behalf. The three stories introduce Turlough as a companion eventually, but also marks a farewell for Nysaa.

The White Guardian warns of impending danger and directs the TARDIS to what appears to be an Edwardian sailing yacht, the SS Shadow, but is actually one of a number of spaceships taking part in a race through the solar system, the prize being Enlightenment.
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Doctor Who, Peter Davison, The Black Guardian Trilogy Boxset (US Region 1)
Doctor Who : The King's Demons
(Kamelion Tales Boxset)
Peter Davison
Kamelion Tales features two episodes of the classic sci-fi series featuring the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison, and the shape-changing android Kamelion.

In 'The King's Demons' (1983), the renegade Time Lord forces Kamelion (Gerald Flood) to pose as King John in 13th century England.

'Planet of Fire' (1983) sees the Doctor (Davison) and Turlough (Mark Strickson) arriving in Lanzarote on Earth to investigate the transmission of an unusual signal that turns out to be emanating from a mysterious alien artefact.
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Doctor Who : Five Doctors
Peter Davison, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Richard Hurndall, Tom Baker
Feature-length episode to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the long-running sci-fi series. All five Doctors (Peter Davison, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Richard Hurndall and Tom Baker) and many of their old companions are taken out of time and deposited in the Death Zone on Gallifrey. There they must battle not only the Master, but Daleks, Cybermen and Yeti in order to reach the Dark Tower and discover the Tomb of Rassilon. This special edition includes new special effects and extra footage not included in the original broadcast.
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Season 21 (1984)
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Warriors of the Deep
Peter Davison

Bringing together the trio of adventures featuring Doctor Who’s most famous underwater foes, the Beneath The Surface boxset has Sea Devils, Silurians, and adventures from both the Jon Pertwee and Peter Davison eras.

The two Pertwee adventures are terrific, though, and the real highlights of the set. The Silurians finds Jon Pertwee relatively new to the role, and blessed with an adventure that boasts excitement, adventure and a very good script. But our favourite is nonetheless the second story, The Sea Devils, which also brings Roger Delgado’s take on The Master into the mix. It’s a tense, involving adventure, and one of the finest of the Jon Pertwee area. That’s not something to be said lightly, either.

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The Awakening
(Earth Story Boxset)
Peter Davison

The Earth Story Boxset contains two stories - William Hartnell in The Gunfighters and Peter Davison in The Awakening

The Awakening - The TARDIS has brought the Doctor Tegan and Turlough to the English country village of Little Hodcombe in 1984 where an alien war machine, the Malus, is affecting its inhabitants. A re-enactment of a civil war battle becomes dangerously real as the Malus gather sufficient psychic energy to re-awake.

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Frontios
Peter Davison, Jannet Fielding, Mark Strickson
An irresistible force draws the TARDIS to the barren surface of Frontios, where in the far future the last surviving humans cower amongst the ruins of their wrecked spacecraft. Under constant threat from lethal meteorite bombardments, few of the doomed colony members realise that the ground of Frontios itself opens up and devours the unwary. Not permitted to assist, the Doctor’s attempt to leave is thwarted when the unimaginable occurs: the TARDIS is utterly destroyed.

All the while, burrowing undetected below the planet’s crust, sickening alien parasites prepare a gruesome and final fate for all humanity...

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Planet of Fire
(Kamelion Tales Boxset)

Peter Davison
Kamelion Tales features two episodes of the classic sci-fi series featuring the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison, and the shape-changing android Kamelion.

In 'The King's Demons' (1983), the renegade Time Lord forces Kamelion (Gerald Flood) to pose as King John in 13th century England.

'Planet of Fire' (1983) sees the Doctor (Davison) and Turlough (Mark Strickson) arriving in Lanzarote on Earth to investigate the transmission of an unusual signal that turns out to be emanating from a mysterious alien artefact.
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Doctor Who : Resurrection of the Daleks
(Revisitations Volume 2 boxset)
Peter Davison,
Janet Fielding
Special Editions of three classic Doctor Who DVD releases - The Seeds of Death, Carnival of Monsters and Resurrection of The Daleks. Remastered. Repackaged. Reappraised.
Resurrection Of The Daleks - The Daleks are once again seeking their creator, Davros (last seen in 'Destiny of the Daleks'), to discover a cure for the Movellan virus. Mercenaries free Davros from his prison ship, but the Kaled scientist has other ideas, and soon a Dalek civil war is underway. On twentieth century Earth the Doctor (Peter Davison), Tegan and Turlough are caught up between the rival factions and the Earth rebels, but they are already part of a larger plan to destroy Gallifrey.
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Doctor Who : Caves of Androzani
(Revisitations Volume 1 Boxset)

Peter Davison

Revisitations 1 is a 7-disc boxset containing updated and remastered versions of three previous Doctor Who DVD releases - 'The Talons of Weng-Chiang', 'The Caves of Androzani’ and ‘Doctor Who – The Television Movie’ with 3 extra discs of special features, which equates to over 300 minutes of brand new content.

The Caves of Andozani takes place on the barren world of Androzani, where the Doctor and Peri find themselves embroiled in a long running underground war. Military troops mount an armed blockade whilst gunrunners bring in weapons for the sinister, masked renegade, Sharaz Jek. Meanwhile, lethal androids guard the caves, where a deadly creature lurks in the shadows, killing all in its path. At the heart of the conflict is a substance called Spectrox - the most valuable item in the universe...and the deadliest! Will the Doctor make the ultimate sacrifice to save his young friends life?

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Big Finish Doctor Who Audiobooks featuring Peter Davison
5th Doctor (Peter Davison)
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Eldrad Must Die
Peter Davison (The Doctor), Janet Fielding (Tegan), Mark Strickson (Turlough), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Stephen Thorne (Eldrad), Nancy Carroll (Mulkris), Pip Torrens (Charlie Gibbs), Jessica Claire (Kate Sherrin), Brian Protheroe (Bob Gell), Mark Field (Jim)

A Doctor, curse his name, threw me down among the dead… but I endure. I am Eldrad… and I must live!

A nuclear icebreaker, foundering in Arctic waters. Seabirds washed up in the fishing resort of Ambermouth, their wings encrusted with crystals. A shining artefact of uncertain provenance, up for sale on an auction site.

All of these things are linked, as the Doctor, Nyssa, Tegan and Turlough are about to discover. Linked to the rebirth of a genocidal tyrant, presumed dead many years ago…

For the sake of the planets Earth and Kastria alike… Eldrad must die!

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Son of the Dragon
Peter Davison (The Doctor); Nicola Bryant (Peri); Caroline Morris (Erimem); James Purefoy (Dracula); Douglas Hodge (Radu); Barry McCarthy (John Dobrin); Clare Calbraith (Maria); Steven Wickham (Soldiers); Nicola Lloyd (Ayfer)
I am Prince Vlad III - son of Vlad the Great, and sovereign and ruler of Ungro-Walachia and the duchies of Amlas and Fagaras.

But since my father's murder, I have had another name.

I am Dracula.

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Spare Parts
Peter Davison (The Doctor); Sarah Sutton (Nyssa); Sally Knyvette (Doctorman Allan); Pamela Binns (Sisterman Constant); Derren Nesbitt (Thomas Dodd); Paul Copley (Dad); Kathryn Guck (Yvonne Hartley); Jim Hartley (Frank Hartley); Ann Jenkins (Mrs. Ginsberg); Nicholas Briggs (Zheng/Cyber Voices/Radio Announcer/ Citizen/Nurse); Alistair Lock (Minister/TV Commentator); Gary Russell (Philpott/ Nurse)
The story of the genesis of the Cybermen. One of our listeners' favourite releases. Dark, moving and terrifying...

On a dark frozen planet where no planet should be, in a doomed city with a sky of stone, the last denizens of Earth's long-lost twin will pay any price to survive, even if the laser scalpels cost them their love and hate and humanity.

And in the mat-infested streets, around tea-time, the Doctor and Nyssa unearth a black market in second-hand body parts and run the gauntlet of augmented police and their augmented horses.

And just between the tramstop and the picturehouse, their worst suspicions are confirmed: the Cybermen have only just begun, and the Doctor will be, just as he always has been, their saviour...

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The Mind's Eye
The Mind's Eye: Peter Davison (The Doctor); Nicola Bryant (Peri); Caroline Morris (Erimem); Owen Teale (Hayton); Rebecca Front (Major Takol); Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Kyle); Richard Laing (Ukarme); Nicola Weeks (Andree)
Mission of the Viyrnas: Peter Davison (The Doctor); Nicola Bryant (Peri); Peter Sowerbutts (Lawrence); Philip Childs (Chris)
This is a warning to all space farers. You must keep away from this planet. It’s hostile, repeat, hostile. On a planet with no name, the Doctor finds himself confronted by a faulty memory and some killer plants.

In a distant galaxy, Erimem leads a troubled empire.

Back on Earth, Peri tells her son about the good old days when she used to travel with a man called The Doctor. Mission of the Viyrans (A One-Part Story)

The Doctor and Peri take a holiday on the planet Gralista Social, but soon discover they aren't the only time-travelling aliens in town.

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Three's A Crowd
Peter Davison (The Doctor); Nicola Bryant (Peri ); Caroline Morris (Erimem); Deborah Watling (Auntie); Lucy Beresford (Bellip); Sara Carver (Khellian Queen); Richard Gauntlett (General Makra'Thon); Daniel Hogarth (Laroq); Charles Pemberton (Butler); Richard Unwin (Vidler) On an almost lifeless planet in a remote star system, Earth Colony Phoenix is struggling to survive. The colonists, utterly dependent on transmat technology and unable to leave the security of their Habitat Domes, have developed severe agoraphobia... not to mention an inability to deal with visitors...

The TARDIS crew arrive on an apparently abandoned space station in orbit above the planet and soon discover that they and the remaining colonists are in the gravest danger. To survive, the Doctor, Peri and Erimen must uncover the colony’s darkest secrets before it is too late.

Something inhuman is stalking the Colony… and it’s hungry!

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