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Old 19th September 2012, 10:32 PM
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Also, it seems that if the show is ever filmed in New Zealand, Peter Jackson has said that he would be interested in directing an episode

Will Peter Jackson direct Dr Who? | Stuff.co.nz
He's made enough money to fly over to England to film an episode if he really wants to...yep I'm still bitter about a 3 movie version of the Hobbit.
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Gosh - that is interesting. Never seen that in the shops!
It's available on BF site for £35 (CD) and a few pounds less on Amazon.
I listened to the first story last night. It was a wee bit slow for my liking, but reminded me of The Web of Fear. So that a positive. It's a good set up though, and i'm very much looking forward to listening to the rest.
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No idea what to make of The Power of Three.

The story itself seemed poor, almost an afterthought, with a terrible rushed ending and loads of unanswered questions. I suppose in reality it was a story about relationships with an alien menace thrown in.

It was a shame Steven Berkoff was underused, even if he was playing a helmetless Darth Vader.

But i found lots to enjoy as well. It was lovely to welcome a new member of the Lethbridge-Stewart household, i hope Jemma Redgrave features many more times.

I felt that was Amy's best episode and am starting to warm to her finally. I look forward to many more adventures for her and the Doctor.

In fact it felt like a Russell T Davies episode.

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Old 23rd September 2012, 05:35 PM
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I 'm more of a Spearhead From Space - type Earth invasion fan, but I enjoyed the unusual nature of the cubes 'invasion'. The build up was excellent, but I agree the ending did seem terribly rushed. The 'cube - mouthed ' aliens weren't really properly explained either I felt. Still, a good episode.

More Jemma Redgrave would be great.
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For the completists and collectors of 'Doctor Who' DVD's, this is a list of all the stories that have (AT TIME OF WRITING) been released:
UPDATED LIST

Movies
‘Doctor Who and the Daleks’ (1965)
‘Daleks Invasion of Earth 2150AD’ (1966)

Sundries
Doctor Who Lost in Time – 3 disc set
Doctor Who – The Infinite Quest – Animated story
Doctor Who - Dreamland - Animated story
Torchwood – The Complete 1st Series – 7 disc set
Torchwood – The Complete 2nd Series - 5 disc set
Torchwood - Children of Earth - 2 disc set
Torchwood - Miracle Day - 3 disc set
The Sarah-Jane Adventures – The Complete 1st Series – 2 disc set
The Sarah-Jane Adventures - The Complete 2nd Series - 4 disc set
The Sarah-Jane Adventures - The Complete 3rd Series - 2 disc set
The Sarah-Jane Adventures - The Complete 4th Series - 2 disc set
K-9 and Co
K-9 - Series 1, Vol 1 - 2 disc set
K-9 - Series 1, Vol 2 - 2 disc set

William Hartnell
1 – An Unearthly Child
2 – The Daleks
3 – The Edge of Destruction
5 - The Keys of Marinus
6 – The Aztecs
7 - The Sensorites
9 - Planet of Giants
10 – The Dalek Invasion of Earth – 2 disc set
11 - The Rescue
12 - The Romans
13 – The Web Plane
15 - The Space Museum
16 - The Chase - 2 disc set
17 – The Time Meddler
23 - The Ark
25 - The Gunfighters
27 – The War Machines

Patrick Troughton
37 – Tomb of the Cybermen
37b - Tomb of the Cybermen - 2 disc set
44 - The Dominators
45 – The Mind Robber
46 – The Invasion – 2 disc se
47 - The Krotons
48 – The Seeds of Death – 2 disc set
48b - The Seeds of Death - 2 disc set
50 - The War Games - 3 disc set

Jon Pertwee
51 – Spearhead from Space
51b - Spearhead from Space
52 – Doctor Who and the Silurians – 2 disc set
54 – Inferno – 2 disc set
55 - Terror of the Autons
57 – The Claws of Axos
58 - Colony in Space
59 - The Daemons
60 - Day of the Daleks - 2 disc set
61 - The Curse of Peladon
62 – The Sea Devils
63 - The Mutants - 2 disc set
64 - The Time Monster
65 – The Three Doctors
65b - The Three Doctors - 2 disc set
66 – Carnival of Monsters
66b - Carnival of Monsters - 2 disc set
67 - Frontier in Space - 2 disc set
68 - Planet of the Daleks - 2 disc set
69 – The Green Death – 2 disc set
70 – The Time Warrior
71 - Invasion of the Dinosaurs
73 - The Monster of Peladon - 2 disc
75 - Planet of the Spiders - 2 disc set

Tom Baker
75 – Robot
76 – The Ark in Space
77 – The Sontaran Experiment
78 – Genesis of the Daleks – 2 disc set
79 - Revenge of the Cybermen
81 – Planet of Evil
82 – The Pyramids of Mars
83 - The Android Invasion
84 – The Brain of Morbius
85 - The Seeds of Doom - 2 disc
86 - The Masque of Mandragora
87 – The Hand of Fear
88 - The Deadly Assassin
89 - The Face of Evil
90 – The Robots of Death
90b - The Robots of Death
91 – The Talons of Weng Chiang – 2 disc set
91b - The Talons of Weng Chiang - 3 disc set
92 – Horror of Fang Rock
93 – The Invisible Enemy
94 - Image of the Fendhal
95 - The Sunmakers
96 - Underworld
97 – The Invasion of Time – 2 disc set
98 – The Ribos Operation
99 – The Pirate Planet
100 – The Stones of Blood
101 – The Androids of Tara
102 – The Power of Kroll
103 – The Armageddon Factor – 2 disc set
104 – Destiny of the Daleks
105 – City of Death – 2 disc set
106 - The Creature from the Pit
107 - Nightmare of Eden
108 - The Horns of Nimon
110 – The Leisure Hive
111 - Meglos
112 - Full Circle
113 - State of Decay
114 - Warriors' Gate
115 – The Keeper of Traken
116 – Logopolis

Peter Davison
117 – Castrovalva
118 – Four to Doomsday
119 - Kinda
120 – The Visitation
121 – Black Orchid
122 – Earthshock
123 – Time Flight
124 – Arc of Infinity
125 - Snakedance
126 - Mawdryn Undead
127 - Terminus
128 - Enlightenment - 2 disc set
129 - The King's Demons'
130 - The Five Doctors – Single disc
130 – The Five Doctors [25th Anniversary Edition] – 2 disc set
131 – Warriors of the Deep
132 - The Awakening
133 - Frontios
134 – Resurrection of the Daleks
134b - Resurrection of the Daleks - 2 disc set
135 - Planet of Fire
136 – The Caves of Androzani
136b - The Caves of Androzani - 2 disc set

Colin Baker
137 - The Twin Dilemma
138 - Attack of the Cybermen
139 – Vengeance on Varos
140 – The Mark of the Rani
141 – The Two Doctors – 2 disc set
142 – Timelash
143 – Revelation of the Daleks
144 – The Trial of a Time Lord part 1 – 4: The Mysterious Planet
145 – The Trial of a Time Lord Part 5 – 8: Mindwarp
146 – The Trial of a Time Lord Part 9 – 12: Terror of the Vervoids
147 – The Trial of a Time Lord Part 13 – 14: The Ultimate Foe

Sylvester McCoy
148 - Time and the Rani
149 - Paradise Towers
150 - Delta and the Bannermen
151 - Dragonfire
152 – Remembrance of the Daleks
152 - Remembrance of the Daleks [2 disc special edition re-issue]
151 - The Happiness Patrol
154 - Silver Nemesis
155 - The Greatest Show in the Galaxy
156 - Battlefield - 2 disc set
157 – Ghost Light
158 – The Curse of Fenric – 2 disc set
159 – Survival – 2 disc set

Paul McGann
160 – Doctor Who: The Movie
160b - Doctor Who: The Movie - 2 disc set

Christopher Eccleston
The Complete 1st [2005] Series – 5 disc set

David Tennent
The Complete 2nd [2006] Series – 6 disc set
The Complete 3rd [2007] Series – 6 disc set
The Complete 4th [2008] Series – 6 disc set
The Complete Specials [2009] - 5 disc set

Matt Smith
The Complete 5th [2010] Series - 6 disc set
The Complete 6th [2011] Series - 5 disc set

Notes:
Stories 1 - 3 were only available as the box set ‘Doctor Who: The Beginning’
Stories 11 & 12 were only available as a box set
Stories 15 & 16 were only available as a box set
Stories 25 & 132 were only available as the box set 'Earth Story'
Stories 37b, 65b and 90b were re-released with additional extra features as 'Revisitations 3'
Stories 40b, 66b & 134b were re-released with additional extra features as 'Revisitations 2'
Stories 51b & 55 were only available as the box set 'Mannequin Mania' - 51b contained additional extra features
Stories 52, 62 & 131 were only available as the box set ‘Beneath the Surface’
Stories 61 & 73 were only available as the box set 'Paladon Tales'
Stories 64, 96 & 108 were only available as the box set 'Myths and Legends'
Stories 67 & 68 were only available as the box set 'Dalek War'
Stories 70, 77, 97 & 141 were also released as the box set ‘Built for War’
Stories 71 & 83 were only available as the box set 'The UNIT Files'
Stories 91b, 136b and 160b were re-released with additional extra features as 'Revisitations 1'
Story 93 was only available as a box set ‘K-9 Tales’, with ‘K-9 and Co’
Stories 98 – 103 were only available as ‘The Key to Time’ box set
Stories 112 - 114 were only available as the box set 'The E-Space Trilogy'
Stories 115 - 117 were only available as the box set ‘New Beginnings’
Stories 119 & 125 were only available as the box set 'Mara Tales'
Stories 123 & 124 were only available as a box set
Stories 126 - 128 were only available as the box set 'The Black Guardian Trilogy'
Stories 129 & 135 were only available in the box set 'Kamelion Tales'
Stories 144 – 147 were only available as ‘The Trial of a Time Lord’ box set
Although released as separate stories, 78, 104, 134, 143 and 152 were also released as ‘The Davros’ box set which also included two extra discs – one with ‘The Davros Connection’ documentary and the other one of audio stories. The 'Davros Connection' documentary also appeared on the 2 disc release of 152 - 'Remembrance of the Daleks'


Complete stories that are still to be released:

William Hartnell
No complete stories - only 'Galaxy 4' episode, 'Reign of Terror' and 'The Tenth Planet'

Patrick Troughton
No complete stories - only 'The Underwater Menace' and 'The Ice Warriors'

Jon Pertwee
53 – The Ambassadors of Death
56 – The Mind of Evil

Tom Baker
80 – Terror of the Zygons
** Shada, which was never completed due to a BBC technicians strike. The VHS video contained linking narration for the missing segments. The story has also been re-told as an animated version on BBCi. Ian Levine announced on 8 September 2011 that his personally-funded reconstruction of all six episodes of the serial, using animation and recently-recorded vocal tracks to fill in missing parts of the story, had now been completed. However, the animation was rejected by 2Entertain, and it has been announced that the shot footage for the story will be released in 2012 with assorted Doctor Who material, including the 1993 documentary 'More Than 30 Years In The TARDIS.'
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Old 26th September 2012, 12:14 PM
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No idea what to make of The Power of Three.

The story itself seemed poor, almost an afterthought, with a terrible rushed ending and loads of unanswered questions. I suppose in reality it was a story about relationships with an alien menace thrown in.

It was a shame Steven Berkoff was underused, even if he was playing a helmetless Darth Vader.

But i found lots to enjoy as well. It was lovely to welcome a new member of the Lethbridge-Stewart household, i hope Jemma Redgrave features many more times.

I felt that was Amy's best episode and am starting to warm to her finally. I look forward to many more adventures for her and the Doctor.

In fact it felt like a Russell T Davies episode.
I loved the episode - ok, I almost love all of them anyhow, but this one was a goodie, despite the fact that it was having a filler-like main storyline. It was the (re-)strengthening of the companionship. And when you say you warmed up to Amy finally, lat me say that I got even deeper into liking her and her hubby - BUT that makes me dread the oncoming season (or series) break...

I think Amy is my favourite companion of the 2005 reboot show. I needed quite some time to warm up with Rose, liked Martha Jones and first hated and then quickly loved Donna...
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I think Amy is my favourite companion of the 2005 reboot show. I needed quite some time to warm up with Rose, liked Martha Jones and first hated and then quickly loved Donna...
No love for Rory? Best male companion since Jaime.
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Found Planet Of Giants in Tesco! Can't wait for Saturday......TPO3 would have been an obvious choice for a two parter in RTD's reign I feel, no?
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