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Old 19th June 2022, 05:58 AM
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Who: Before And After #801
Name: Stephen Churchett [1947 - 2022]
Year(s): 1985
Stories: Attack Of The Cybemen part 1
Character(s): Bill

Before Who:
Films: Bleak Moments (1971), A Bridge Too Far (1977), A Christmas Carol ( (1977), Number One (1984)
Television: Up Pompeii!: Britannicus (1970) / The Shadow of the Tower: The Fledgling (1972) / Notorious Woman: Trial (1974) / Jubilee [2 episodes, different characters (1977)] / Rosie: Those Wonderful People in the C.I.D. (1979) / Penmarric (1979) / Enemy at the Door: The Raid (1980) / Mackenzie: Preliminary Enquiries (1980) / Nice Work: Kill the Fatted Hen (1980) / The Professionals: It's Only a Beautiful Picture... (1980) / Together [27 episodes as Peter Hunt (1980-1981)] / Spearhead: Futures (1981) / Codename Icarus [3 episodes as the Controller (1981)] / Break Point (1982) / The Home Front: At the Grammar (1983) / The Old Men at the Zoo [2 episodes as Inspector Martin (1983)] / Play for Today: Young Shoulders (1984) / Tucker's Luck: Barry Manilow (1984) / Bird of Prey 2: Ducks in a Row (1984) / Miss Marple: The Body in the Library (1984)

After Who:
Films: Florence Nightingale (1985), Murrow (1986), Still Crazy Like a Fox (1987), Bellman and True (1987), The Object of Beauty (1991), Secrets & Lies (1996), Photographing Fairies (1997), Hunting Venus (1999), The Mystery of Men (1999), Before You Go (2002), The Great Ghost Rescue (2011), Churchill: When Britain Said No (2015), Churchill: Winning the War, Losing the Peace (2015)
Television: Screen Two: In the Secret State (1985) / Grange Hill [2 episodes, different characters (1985-1988)] / C.A.T.S. Eyes: Goodbye Jenny Wren* (1985) / The Detective [2 episodes as Carter (1985)] / King of the Ghetto (1986) / Lytton's Diary: What a Wonderful World (1986) / Rockliffe's Babies: A Bad Few Days (1987) / Casualty: The Raid (1987) / 'Allo 'Allo!: The Sausage in the Trousers (1987) / Hannay: Voyage into Fear (1988) / South of the Border (1988) / Rockliffe's Folly [2 episodes as Sgt. Charlie Greville (1988)] / Gruey [6 episodes as Ernie Tresswell (1988-1989)] / Storyboard: Making News (1989) / The Manageress: Collapsible Brollies (1989) / The Bill [6 episodes, different characters (1989-1999)] / Boon: Of Meissen Men (1989) / 4 Play: The Book Liberator (1989) / Campion: Dancers in Mourning (1990) / Centrepoint (1990) / EastEnders [73 episodes as Marcus Christie (1990-2015)] / Minder: A Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in Shepherds Bush (1991) / Specials [2 episodes as DC Whittaker (1991)] / Moon and Son: Crystal Clear It's Murder (1992) / The House of Eliott [22 episodes as Joseph Wint (1992-1994)] / The Brittas Empire [8 episodes as Councillor Jack Drugget (1994-1997)] / Heartbeat: Gone Tomorrow (1995) / Porkpie: The Centre (1995) / Agent Z & the Penguin from Mars (1996) / The Detectives: Back to Class (1996) / Expert Witness: The Answer's in the Soil (1996) / Bugs: Schrodinger's Bomb (1996) / Strange But True?: Alien Abduction (1996) / Pie in the Sky: Squashed Tomatoes (1997) / All Quiet on the Preston Front: Hodge's Driving Test (1997) / Peak Practice: Another Day of Life (1998) / McCallum [2 episodes as Humphrey Poole (1998)] / Silent Witness: Brothers in Arms (1998) / Undercover Heart (1998) / Dangerfield: Harvest Time (1998) / Wing and a Prayer (1999) / The Scarlet Pimpernel: A King's Ransom (1999) / Dalziel and Pascoe: Foreign Bodies (2000) / The Cazalets [2 episodes as Dr. Carr (2001)] / The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells [6 episodes as the Clergyman (2001)] / Marple* [4 episodes as the Coroner (2004-2013)] / The Brief: Lack of Affect (2005) / Law & Order - UK: Vice (2009) / Monroe (2012) / Inspector Lewis: Intelligent Design (2013) /

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The Doctor (William Hartnell) and Ian (William Russell) make a grim discovery by the River Thames in The Dalek Invasion of Earth (1964)

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Who: Before And After #802a
Name: Brian Orrell [1948 - ]
Year(s): 1985 / 1988
Stories: Attack Of The Cybemen part 1 – Attack Of The Cybermen part 2 / Silber Nemesis part 2 – Silver Nemesis part 3
Character(s): Cyber Lieutenant / Cyberman

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Play for Today: The Union (1981) / Ladykillers: A Smile Is Sometimes Worth a Million Dollars (1981) / Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House [4 episodes as Albert Bates (1982)] / Icebound in the Antarctic: Our Dead Bodies Must Tell the Tale (1983)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: 4 Play: Work! (1991)

Who: Before And After #802b
Name: John Ainley [? - ]
Year(s): 1985
Stories: Attack Of The Cybemen part 1 – Attack Of The Cybermen part 2
Character(s): Cyberman
Note(s): Is the nephew of Who actor Anthony Ainley

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: None

After Who:
Films: Operation Julie (1985),
Television: The Bill: Snouts and Red Herrings (1985) / Dead Head: The Patriot (1986) / Dempsey and Makepeace: Guardian Angel (1986) / Metropolis [2 episodes as Ralfe (2000)]

Who: Before And After #802c
Name: Stephen Wale [? - ]
Year(s): 1985
Stories: Attack Of The Cybemen part 1
Character(s): David

Before Who:
Films: Much Ado About Nothing (1984)
Television: Scene: Newsworthy - The Girl Who Saw a Tiger (1976) / Headmaster: Stephen (1977) / BBC2 Playhouse: Days at the Beach (1981) / Partners in Crime: The Unbreakable Alibi (1983) / Mr. Palfrey of Westminster: The Defector (1984)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: The Bill: Every Mother's Son (1991)


Who: Before And After #802d
Name: Sarah Berger [1959 - ]
Year(s): 1985
Stories: Attack Of The Cybermen part 2
Character(s): Rost
Note(s): Was previously considered for the role of of Preston in the 1984 story 'Warriors of the Deep'

Before Who:
Films: The Crucible (1981), Praying Mantis (1982)
Television: BBC2 Playhouse: Unity (1981) / Ladykillers: The Root of All Evil (1981) / Q.E.D.: Target - London (1982) / Play for Tomorrow: Bright Eyes (1982) / An Inspector Calls [3 episodes as Sheila Birling (1982)] / The Agatha Christie Hour: The Girl in the Train (1982) / The Citadel (1983) / Minder: Goodbye Sailor (1984) / One by One: Blood, Toil, Tears and Spit (1985)

After Who:
Films: Fatherland (1994), Element of Doubt (1996), Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell (1999), Get Carman: The Trials of George Carman QC (2002), Photo Finish (2003)
Television: Screen Two: Stanley Spencer (1988) / The Green Man [3 episodes as Diana (1990)] / T. Bag and the Rings of Olympus: Torture (1991) / Josie (1991) / Second Thoughts: One More Time (1993) / Scarlet and Black [3 episodes as Madame Derville (1993)] / Lovejoy: The Price of Fish (1993) / Castles [17 episodes as Jill Kirkpatrick (1995)] / The Scarlet Pimpernel: A King's Ransom (1999) / Night & Day: Means to an End (2002) / Holby City: Every Cloud... (2002) / New Tricks: The Chinese Job* (2003) / Doctors* [6 episodes as Moya McQueen (2003-2004)] / Murphy's Law [6 episodes as Hilary Clarke (2004)] / The Afternoon Play: The Good Citizen (2005) / Casualty: No Other Medicine (2013)


Who: Before And After #802e
Name: Esther Freud [1963 - ]
Year(s): 1985
Stories: Attack Of The Cybermen part 2
Character(s): Threst
Note(s): Is married to Who actor David Morrissey

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: The Bill:A Friend in Need (1984) / The Comic Strip Presents: The Bullshitters - Roll out the Gunbarrel (1984)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: The Management: The Wedding (1988)
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Interesting!

Doctor Who unmade film script from Dalek movie writer featured two Doctors / Radio Times

"Milton Subotsky, who wrote two Doctor Who films starring Peter Cushing, also produced a screenplay for a third movie.


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A pair of Doctor Who movies starring Peter Cushing – Dr. Who and the Daleks and Daleks - Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. – were released in the mid-1960s and have now been painstakingly remastered for a new 4K Ultra HD release, but with this release has also come new information about a proposed third movie.

It has been suggested over the years that a third film would, like its predecessors, have been based on a TV serial featuring the Daleks – specifically 1965 story The Chase – but that underwhelming box office returns for the second movie saw these plans abandoned.

Appearing on a panel at the BFI Southbank in London to promote the 4K release of the existing two films, Sergei Subotsky – son of the original films' writer Milton Subotsky – produced a document from his father's archives dated December 1964 that laid out an agreement between the BBC, Daleks creator Terry Nation and AARU Productions Ltd.

"People have often asked about the third movie – this first agreement was for two films," Subotsky clarified. "As long as [the first movie] was made within a year, then the second option could be exercised... the rights to make the second movie."

However, Subotsky revealed that a second deal was negotiated following production of 1965's Dr. Who and the Daleks which would indeed have allowed for a third film. "There was a further agreement that was entered into, to give the rights to make a third movie, which of course was never done," he explained. "It was on the same terms as the original films, so my feeling is... the option lapsed."

Though a third movie never materialised, Subotsky further revealed that his father did in fact produce a screenplay for the proposed sequel that remains in his family's possession and was also displayed at the BFI event – this script, however, was not an adaptation of any existing Doctor Who television serial.

"Many years later, maybe 15 years later, it was clearly still on his mind, because he had prepared a script called 'Doctor Who's Greatest Adventure' which actually was a repurposed script of a horror film entitled 'King Crab'... the original title was even worse, it was 'Night of the Crabs'!

"It was with two Doctors – a young Doctor and an old Doctor – which is an idea that has been returned to."


It's unclear if one of the leads in this planned multi-Doctor motion picture would've been Peter Cushing, but speaking exclusively to RadioTimes.com, Jill Curzon – who played Dr. Who's niece Louise in 1966's Daleks - Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. – and Roberta Tovey – who played the scientist's granddaughter Susan in both original movies – insisted they and their co-star would have been game to reprise their roles.

"I think we would've all done another," said Tovey, with Curzon adding, "Yes, definitely. Yeah, I'd have done another one."

"It was a very happy set, on both films," Tovey elaborated. "There were never any dramas. Everyone got on – from Roy [Castle, playing Ian] and Jennie [Linden, playing Barbara] to Jill and Bernard [Cribbins, playing Tom Campbell], everyone got on. There were no tantrums. I think if they'd said yes to another one, Peter would've [too]... and we would've done another one."


Curzon also challenged the accepted notion that a third film hadn't been made in the 1960s due to diminishing box office returns. "I think the box office takings were good, I don't think it was that," she said. "I think it was more just... life changing. Gordon [Flemyng, who directed both films] was in America, he went to America the same time I did. He took me to lunch a couple of times in Hollywood and never talked about going back to do that."

Whatever the reason, it appears a completed Doctor Who movie script exists that has never been produced. Your move, Big Finish..."[/I]
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DWM issue 579

Available this Thursday - June 23rd

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Breakdown of the contents of the complete series 22 Blu-Ray set

DISC ONE: Attack of the Cybermen
  • Episodes (Play All - 88:50):
    - "Part One" (44:19)
    - "Part Two" (44:31)
  • Audio commentary with Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Terry Molloy and Sarah Berger (2009)
  • Information Text
  • Isolated score in DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 mono
  • "Colin Baker in Conversation" 2021 interview (83:41)
  • "Behind the Sofa: Attack of the Cybermen" 2022 featurette (32:52)
  • "The Cold War" 2009 documentary (27:25)
  • "The Cyber Story" 2009 featurette (22:50)
  • "Human Cyborg" 2009 featurette (9:12)
  • "The Cybernetic Autonomous Dalek" 2009 interview extract (1:07)
  • "Saturday Superstore" excerpt from 5.1.1985 (14:47)
  • "BBC Breakfast Time" 13.7.1984 (with Faith Brown) 4.1.1985 (preview) (3:54)
  • Attack of the Cybermen Trails & Continuities BBC1 - January 1985 (3:18)
  • Attack of the Cybermen Photo Gallery (12:41)
  • The Cyber-Generations Photo Gallery (7:53)
  • Coming Soon: Vengeance on Varos (1:10)
  • BD-Rom:
    - Draft Script (Cold War): Part 1 - 112 pages
    - Rehearsal Scripts: Parts 1 & 2 - 219 pages
    - Camera Scripts: Parts 1 & 2 - 265 pages
    - Production Document Archive - 381 pages
    - Radio Times Material - 6 pages
    - Doctor Who Annual 1986 - 64 pages
    - Season 22 BBC Enterprises Sales Sheets - 11 pages
    - Season 22 BBC Television Audience Reaction Report - 7 pages

DISC TWO: Vengeance on Varos (Broadcast Version)
  • Episodes (Play All - 89:31):
    - "Part One" (44:44)
    - "Part Two" (44:47)
  • Audio commentary by actors Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant and Nabil Shaban (2001)
  • Information Text
  • Isolated score in DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 mono
  • Isolated score in DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
  • Production Audio in DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
  • "Behind the Sofa: Vengeance on Varos" 2022 featurette (31:27)
  • "Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos" 2012 documentary (29:39)
  • "The Idiot's Lantern with Samira Ahmed" 2012 featurette (7:32)
  • "Points of View Presented by Barry Took" transmitted 1.2.1985 (1:52)
  • "See Hear with Nabil Shaban" transmitted 20.1.1985 (6:06)
  • Deleted & Extended Scenes (17:44)
  • Audio Archive: Ron Jones Interview - 19.6.1984 (2:41)
  • Vengeance on Varos Trails & Continuities BBC1 - January 1985 (1:31)
  • Vengeance on Varos Photo Gallery (9:43)
  • BD-Rom:
    - Draft Scripts (Planet of Fear): Parts 1 & 2 - 92 pages
    - Rehearsal Scripts: Parts 1 & 2 - 199 pages
    - Camera Scripts: Parts 1 & 2 - 236 pages
    - Production Document Archive - 318 pages
    - Radio Times Material - 5 pages

DISC THREE: Vengeance on Varos (Extended Version)
  • Episodes (Play All - 105:06):
    - "Part One" (53:20)
    - "Part Two" (51:46)
  • Audio Archive "Slipback" 1985 radio adventure from July-August 1985 (Play All - 63:06):
    - "Part One" (10:40)
    - "Part Two" (10:27)
    - "Part Three" (10:20)
    - "Part Four" (10:15)
    - "Part Five" (10:14)
    - "Part Six" (11:08)
  • "Doctor Who: The Colin Baker Years" 1994 documentary (90:08)
  • "Michael Grade in Conversation" 2022 interview (53:29)
  • Studio Footage (78:47)
  • Acid Bath Scene with Alternative Music (1:38)
  • BD-Rom:
    - Slipback Production Document - 2 pages
    - Slipback Radio Times Material - 7 pages
    - VHS Cover - The Colin Baker Years - 1 page

DISC FOUR: The Mark of the Rani
  • Episodes (Play All - 89:39):
    - "Part One" (45:04)
    - "Part Two" (44:35)
  • Audio commentary with actors Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant and Kate O'Mara (2006)
  • Information Text
  • Isolated score in DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 mono
  • Alternate score DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 mono
  • "Location, Location, Location: Season 22" 2022 featurette (47:24)
  • "Lords and Luddites: Making The Mark of the Rani” 2006 documentary (43:20)
  • "Behind the Sofa: The Mark of the Rani" 2022 featurette (31:50)
  • "Those Deadly Divas" 2012 featurette (22:37)
  • "Rogue Time Lords" 2007 featurette (13:11)
  • "Playing with Time: Scoring Doctor Who" 2006 featurette (9:44)
  • "Now and Then" 2006 featurette (4:07)
  • Deleted Scenes (8:40)
  • The Mark of the Rani Trails & Continuities BBC1 - February 1985 (1:53)
  • "BBC Breakfast Time: The Mark of the Rani - Preview Transmitted 1.2.1985 (1:02)
  • "Blue Peter" excerpt from 1978 on the Ironbridge Gorge location (11:23)
  • The Mark of the Rani Photo Gallery (9:57)
  • BD-Rom:
    - Draft Script: Part 2 - 77 pages
    - Rehearsal Scripts: Parts 1 & 2 - 233 pages
    - Camera Scripts: Parts 1 & 2 - 241 pages
    - Production Document Archive - 134 pages
    - Radio Times Material - 6 pages
    - Blu-ray Alternative Score Cue Sheet - 3 pages

DISC FIVE: The Two Doctors (Broadcast Version)
  • Episodes (Play All - 134:05):
    - "Part One" (44:25)
    - "Part Two" (44:52)
    - "Part Three" (44:48)
  • Audio commentary by Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Jacqueline Pearce and Director Peter Moffatt (2003)
  • Isolated score in DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 mono
  • "La Fiesta del Mar "The Feast of Evil": Making 'The Two Doctors'" 2022 documentary (38:18)
  • "Behind the Sofa: The Two Doctors" 2022 featurette (31:07)
  • "Adventures in Time and Spain" 2003 documentary (29:26)
  • "A Fix with Sontarans" a 1985 mini-episode from Jim'll Fix it (plays with optional commentary with Toby Hadoke, Colin Baker, Janet Fielding and Gareth Jenkins) (8:14)
  • "Points of View Presented by Barry Took" excerpt transmitted 5.3.1985 (1:12)
  • Hiatus News Reports (5:59)
  • 1984 Convention Message (to the DWAS from Fraser Hines and Nicola Bryant) (4:14)
  • The Two Doctors Trails & Continuities BBC1 - February / March 1985 (1:22)
  • The Two Doctors Photo Gallery (13:35)
  • BD-Rom:
    - Rehearsal Script: Part 1 (First Draft) - 101 pages
    - Rehearsal Scripts: Parts 1-3 - 253 pages
    - Camera Scripts: Parts 1-3 - 265 pages
    - Post-Production Scripts: Parts 1-3 - 248 pages
    - Production Document Archive - 277 pages
    - Radio Times Material - 5 pages
    - Studio Floor Plan - 1 page

DISC SIX: The Two Doctors (Extended Part One)
  • Episode:
    - "Part One" (47:33)
  • "Nicola Bryant: In the Footsteps of The Two Doctors" 2022 interview (40:48)
  • "Behind the Sofa: Robert Holmes and Doctor Who" 2003 documentary (45:28)
  • "Beneath the Sun" 2003 featurette (36:14)
  • Studio Footage (52:30)
  • "The Panoptican Archive: Jaqueline Pearce with Colin Baker and John Nathan-Turner at Hotel Leofric, Coventry 20th September, 1997" 1997 interviews (69:37)
  • Audio Archive
    - Robert Holmes Interview (29.8.1985) (92:46)
    - "Wavelength" radio documentary transmitted 20.9.1984 (28:56)

DISC SEVEN: Timelash
  • Episodes (Play All - 89:40):
    - "Part One" (45:02)
    - "Part Two" (44:38)
  • Audio commentary with actors Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant and Paul Darrow (2007)
  • Information Text
  • Updated SPFX Option
  • "Nicola Bryant in Conversation" 2022 interview (72:15)
  • "Behind the Sofa: Timelash" 2022 featurette (30:49)
  • "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" 2007 documentary (25:02)
  • "Was Doctor Who Rubbish?" 2011 featurette (14:01)
  • "All's Wells That Ends Wells" 2011 featurette (13:16)
  • Studio Footage (21:01)
  • Timelash Trails & Continuities BBC1 - March 1985 (1:29)
  • Timelash: Photo Gallery (9:47)
  • BD-Rom:
    - Rehearsal Scripts: Parts 1 & 2 - 194 pages
    - Camera Scripts: Parts 1 & 2 - 231 pages
    - Camera Script: 4-6 December 1984 Studio Recording - 149 pages
    - Production Document Archive - 225 pages
    - Radio Times Material - 3 pages

DISC EIGHT: Revelation of the Daleks
  • Episodes (Play All - 90:04):
    - "Part One" (44:34)
    - "Part Two" (45:30)
  • (1.) Audio commentary with Graeme Harper, Eric Saward, Terry Molloy and Nicola Bryant (2005)
  • (2.) Audio commentary with Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Terry Molloy and Alexei Sayle (2022)
  • Information Subtitles
  • Isolated score in DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 mono
  • Revised SPFX Option
  • "Part One" extended version (45:50)
  • "Revelation Exhumed" 2005 documentary (45:52)
  • "Behind the Sofa: Revelation of the Daleks" 2022 featurette (31:22)
  • "Behind the Scenes: Revelation in the Studio" 2005 featurette (15:38)
  • "Directing Who: Then & Now with Graeme Harper" 2010 featurette (11:46)
  • Deleted Scenes (2:16)
  • "Children in Need" excerpt from 22.11.1985 (3:16)
  • "Doctor in Distress" 1985 music video (3:45)
  • "BBC Breakfast Time: Revelation of the Daleks - Preview" transmitted 22.3.1985 / Eleanor Bron Interview Extract" transmitted 1.5.1985" TV excerpts (2:54)
  • "BBC Breakfast Time: Doctor Who Exhibitions Extract" transmitted 5.4.1985 (1:08)
  • "BBC Breakfast Time featuring John Nathan-Turner" transmitted 29.5.1985 (4:51)
  • "Take Two" excerpt transmitted 29.5.1985 (2:48)
  • "Micro Live" excerpt transmitted 2.11.1985 (1:37)
  • "The Lenny Henry Show" 1985 excerpt (4:35)
  • "Doctor Who: The Collection - The Eternal Mystery Written & directed by Pete McTighe" 2022 promo for the Season 22 Blu-ray (6:64)
  • DVD Easter Egg (2005 ADR highlights) (0:49)
  • Studio Footage (65:10)
  • "Revelation of the Daleks: In Studio" (plays with optional 2005 commentary by Graeme Harper and Terry Molloy) (15:38)
  • Film Rushes (28:12)
  • Revelation of the Daleks Trails & Continuities BBC1 - March 1985 / BBC2 - March / April 1993 (6:04)
  • Revelation of the Daleks Photo Gallery (10:37)
  • Coming Soon: The Trial of a Time Lord (1:17)
  • BD-Rom:
    - Rehearsal Script: Parts 1 & 2 - 249 pages
    - Camera Script : Parts 1 & 2 - 243 pages
    - Post-Production Scripts: Parts 1 & 2 - 224 pages
    - Production Document Archive - 377 pages
    - Set Design Drawings - 3 pages
    - Radio Times Material - 9 pages

Specs:
  • Subtitles: English HoH
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Picture Format: 1080i50 AVC MPEG-4
  • Soundtrack(s): English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (Attack of the Cybermen, Vengeance on Varos broadcast version, The Mark of the Rani, Revelation of the Daleks)
  • English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono (all)
  • Case type: Special Case
  • Notes: Comes with a 36-page liner notes booklet "Change, Mr Dear ...: Welcome to Season 22" by Pete McTighe.
  • Comes in a special multi-disc digipack with an outer tray-like slip.

Extras not ported across from the DVD releases:
- "Beneath the Lights" 2003 featurette (27:58) (superseded by the studio footage on Disc Six).
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Guest actors appearing in VENGEANCE ON VAROS who have previously appeared in the show:
  • Nicola Bryant (Perpugilliam 'Peri' Brown)
  • Martin Jarvis (Governor Of Varos)
  • Stephen Yardley (Arak)
  • Hugh Martin (Priest)
Who: Before And After #803a
Name: Nabil Shaban [1953 - ]
Year(s): 1985 / 1986
Stories: Vengeance On Varos part 1 – Vengeance On Varos part 2 / The Trial Of A Time Lord: Mindwarp part 1 – The Trial of A Time Lord: Mindwarp part 4
Character(s): Sil
Note(s): Appeared as Sil in the Big Finish productions audio stories
  • In the 'Doctor Who Main Range' adventure 'Antidote to Oblivion'
  • In the 'Lost Stories' adventure 'Mission to Magnus'
Appeared in the Reeltime Productions 2019 Direct-To-Video release 'Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor'

Before Who:
Films: Walter (1982)
Television: None

After Who:
Films: Raspberry Ripple (1986), Born of Fire (1987), Billy's Christmas Angels (1988), Iranian Nights (1989), A Different Hand (1992), City of Joy (1992), Inmates (1992), Wittgenstein (1993), Age of Treason (1993), Slave of Dreams (1995), Sorry About Last Night (1995), Children of Men (2006), Trouble Sleeping (2008), Morticia (2009)
Television: South of the Border (1990) / 4 Play: Deptford Graffiti (1991) / Screen Two: Skallagrigg (1994)

Who: Before And After #803b
Name: Forbes Collins [? - ]
Year(s): 1985
Stories: Vengeance On Varos part 1 – Vengeance On Varos part 2
Character(s): Chief Officer
Note(s): Had previously been considered for the roles of Scobie, Bilton and Sheard in the 1982 story 'Time-Flight'

Before Who:
Films: The Hiding Place (1975), Intimate Games* (1976), Black Joy (1977), Tess (1979), Harry Carpenter Never Said It Was Like This (1982), John Wycliffe: The Morning Star (1984), Gulag (1985)


Television: Coppers End: Sgt Short in love (1971) / Coronation Street [2 episodes as Arthur Smith (1971)] / The Fenn Street Gang: Horse of the Year (1972) / New Scotland Yard: The Wrong-Un (1972) / Softly Softly - Task Force: For Love or Money (1973) / Warship: Shoresides and Home (1973) / BBC Play of the Month: The Love Girl and the Innocent (1973) / Within These Walls: The Walls Came Tumbling Down (1974) / John Halifax, Gentleman [2 episodes as Jacob Baines (1974)] / The Aweful Mr. Goodall: Loyalty in My Honour (1974) / Z Cars: Family (1974) / Horizon: The Lysenko Affair (1974) / Anne of Avonlea (1975) / Poldark [14 episodes as Zacky Martin (1975-1977)] / Dixon of Dock Green: Seven for a Secret - Never to Be Told (1975) / Jesus of Nazareth [2 episodes as Jonas (1977)] / Disraeli - Portrait of a Romantic: Dizzy (1978) / A Horseman Riding By [3 episodes as Tamer Potter (1978)] / Dick Barton - Special Agent [11 episodes as Curly Cohen (1979)] / Dick Turpin [2 episodes as Foxy Foxwell (1979)] / The Professionals: Runner (1979) / Bull Week [6 episodes as Sanders (1980)] / Minder: All About Scoring, Innit? (1980) / A Little Silver Trumpet (1980) / Tales of the Unexpected: Vicious Circle (1981) / Tales of the Unexpected: The Way to Do It (1981) / Murphy's Mob [4 episodes as Mr. Reed (1982)] / Blackadder: Witchsmeller Pursuivant* (1983) / Blackadder: The Black Seal* (1983) / Reilly: Ace of Spies: The Trust (1983) / Shroud for a Nightingale [3 episodes as Chief Superintendent Bailey (1984)] / Play for Today: The Amazing Miss Stella Estelle (1984) / Mitch: Who Must Remain Anonymous (1984) / Fox Mystery Theater: Black Carrion (1984) / Tales of the Unexpected: The Last of the Midnight Gardeners (1984) / Tales of the Unexpected: The Mugger (1984) / Ellis Island (1984)


After Who:
Films: Hitler's S.S.: Portrait in Evil (1985), Biggles* (1986), The Pyrates (1986), Diamond's Edge (1988), The Fruit Machine (1988), The Lady and the Highwayman* (1988), Duel of Hearts (1991)


Television: By the Sword Divided: Witch Hunt (1985) / Dead Head: Why Me? (1986) / Lovejoy: The Real Thing (1986) / Return to Treasure Island [2 episodes as Gridley (1986)] / C.A.T.S. Eyes: Passage Hawk (1986) / Help!: A Grave Mistake (1986) / Pulaski - The TV Detective: The Fictional Detective (1987) / Crossbow: The Taking of Castle Tanner (1988) / EastEnders (1988) / Maid Marian and Her Merry Men [26 episodes as King John (1989-1994)] / The Chef's Apprentice: The Roman Apprentice (1989) / Covington Cross: Cedric Hits the Road (1992) / The Bill: No Name, No Number (1994) / The New Adventures of Robin Hood: The Sceptre (1997) / Mike & Angelo: Troglodytes (1999)
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Kara (Eleanor Bron), a pawn of The Great Healer, hired the mercenary Orcini and his squire Bostock to kill him in Revelation of the Daleks (1985)

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Who: Before And After #804
Name: Nicolas Chagrin [1945 - 2017]
Year(s): 1985
Stories: Vengeance On Varos part 1 – Vengeance On Varos part 2
Character(s): Quillam
Note(s): Is the son of Who composer Francis Chagrin

Before Who:
Films: Victory (1958), The Nutcracker (1958), Peter and the Wolf [as the Narrator] (1965), The Long Cocktail Party (1966), The Yellow Hat (1966), Pickwick (1969), Shelley (1972), The Dancing Princesses (1978), The Pirates of Penzance (1983), The Comedy of Errors (1983)
Television: The Sky Larks: Joining Routine (1958) / ITV Television Playhouse: Dr. Jo (1958) / The Budds of Paragon Row [4 episodes as Brian Lock (1959)] / Great Expectations (1959) / The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: The Fourth Square (1961) / Crane: The Man in the Gold Waistcoat (1965) / No Hiding Place: One Good Man and True? (1965) / Zodiac: Capricorn (1966) / Thirteen Against Fate: The Lodger (1966) / The Man in the Iron Mask [9 episodes as Louis XIV / Philippe (1968)] / The Ugliest Girl in Town: My Sister the Genius (1968) / The Tenant of Wildfell Hall: Revolt (1969) / Department S: The Double Death of Charlie Crippen* (1969) / The Champions: The Gun-Runners* (1969) / Randall And Hopkirk (Deceased): The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo (1969) / Never a Cross Word [2 episodes as Tim Wainwright (1969-1970)] / Z Cars: Smoke (1972) / The Losers: The Naming of Parts (1978) / Huntingtower (1978) / A Moment in Time [2 episodes as The Count (1979)] / Spy!: John Vassall (1980) / Bird of Prey: Input Classified (1982) / Beau Geste [2 episodes as St. Andrι (1982) / Bergerac [2 episodes, different characters (1983-1985)] / Lace [2 episodes as the Film Director (1984)] / Minder: The Long Ride Back to Scratchwood (1984) / The Box of Delights: Leave Us Not Little, Nor Yet Dark (1984)


After Who:
Films: Young Toscanini (1988), Dancin' Thru the Dark (1990), Honungsvargar (1990), Wings of Fame (1990), Lost in Siberia (1991), Ridicule (1996), Murder on the Orient Express (2001), Revelation (2001), Long Time Dead (2002), Colosseum: Rome's Arena of Death (2003), Pompeii: The Last Day (2003), Bose, The Forgotten Hero (2005), Ripley Under Ground (2005), Will (2011), Suite Franηaise (2014)
Television: C.A.T.S. Eyes: With Vinegar and Brown Paper (1985) / Bottle Boys: I Love Paris (1985) / The Return of Sherlock Holmes: The Abbey Grange (1986) / Fortunes of War: The Balkans: September 1939 (1987) / Hard Cases [4 episodes as Bernard Joyce (1988)] / Theatre Night: Arms and the Man (1989) / Traffik: The Farmer (1989) / Campion: Dancers in Mourning (1990) / She-Wolf of London: The Wild Hunt (1990) / Van der Valk: The Little Rascals (1991) / Zorro: Siege (1992) / The Darling Buds of May: The Season of Heavenly Gifts (1992) / The House of Eliott (1992) / Covington Cross: The Plague (1992) / Highlander: Prodigal Son (1994) / Woof!: Mr. Wonderful (1994) / The Knock [6 episodes as Jules Laurens (1996)] / The Prince and the Pauper (1996) / Bugs: Pandora's Box (1998) / Coronation Street [2 episodes, different characters (1998-2000)] / Harbour Lights: Prince Charming (1999) / The Courtroom: Dead in the Water (2004) / Hex [3 episodes as Sir Ralph Cavendish (2005)] / Hollyoaks [4 episodes as James Westbrook (2009)] / Upstairs Downstairs: A Faraway Country About Which We Know Nothing (2012) / Doctors: The Beast in Me (2012) / London Spy [2 episodes as Charles (2015)]
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