The BEST episodes directed by Derek Martinus

The Tenth Planet (1)
star
7.79
256 votes

#1 - The Tenth Planet (1)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 5

The TARDIS materialises decades in the future, in the year 1986, at Snowcap Tracking Station at the South Pole. There, an international team is struggling to bring down a shuttle which has inexplicably been drawn out of orbit – by the gravity of a tenth planet, Earth's exact mirror twin. The Doctor realises what's about to happen, but before he can deliver his warning, Snowcap is invaded by the Cybermen – natives of the planet Mondas who have slowly replaced most of their body parts with cybernetic prostheses, and who have now returned to their twin to drain the energy away from Earth. However, the Doctor and his friends soon find themselves fighting a threat closer to home – in order to save his astronaut son, the American General Cutler intends to attack Mondas with a Z-Bomb despite the danger that the radiation from the explosion will render half of Earth uninhabitable. The Doctor realises that the Cybermen have invaded Earth because Mondas is drawing away too much energy, and that their best hope is simply to stall the Cybermen until Mondas explodes of its own accord. But the energy drain is affecting the elderly Doctor's health, and when he finally returns to his TARDIS he collapses – and before Ben's and Polly's eyes, he seems to change into an entirely different person...

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Spearhead From Space (1)
star
7.74
316 votes

#2 - Spearhead From Space (1)

Doctor Who - Season 7 - Episode 1

England, the near future. Exiled to the 20th century by the Time Lords, the newly-regenerated Doctor is immediately caught up in UNIT's investigation of anomalous meteorite showers. What dark secret does the local plastics factory hold?

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The Evil of the Daleks (7)
star
7.69
100 votes

#3 - The Evil of the Daleks (7)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 43

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

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Spearhead From Space (4)
star
7.68
281 votes

#4 - Spearhead From Space (4)

Doctor Who - Season 7 - Episode 4

England, the near future. Exiled to the 20th century by the Time Lords, the newly-regenerated Doctor is immediately caught up in UNIT's investigation of anomalous meteorite showers. What dark secret does the local plastics factory hold?

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The Ice Warriors (6)
star
7.66
85 votes

#5 - The Ice Warriors (6)

Doctor Who - Season 5 - Episode 16

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

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The Ice Warriors (3)
star
7.66
96 votes

#6 - The Ice Warriors (3)

Doctor Who - Season 5 - Episode 13

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

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The Ice Warriors (2)
star
7.66
98 votes

#7 - The Ice Warriors (2)

Doctor Who - Season 5 - Episode 12

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

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The Tenth Planet (4)
star
7.63
255 votes

#8 - The Tenth Planet (4)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 8

The TARDIS materialises decades in the future, in the year 1986, at Snowcap Tracking Station at the South Pole. There, an international team is struggling to bring down a shuttle which has inexplicably been drawn out of orbit – by the gravity of a tenth planet, Earth's exact mirror twin. The Doctor realises what's about to happen, but before he can deliver his warning, Snowcap is invaded by the Cybermen – natives of the planet Mondas who have slowly replaced most of their body parts with cybernetic prostheses, and who have now returned to their twin to drain the energy away from Earth. However, the Doctor and his friends soon find themselves fighting a threat closer to home – in order to save his astronaut son, the American General Cutler intends to attack Mondas with a Z-Bomb despite the danger that the radiation from the explosion will render half of Earth uninhabitable. The Doctor realises that the Cybermen have invaded Earth because Mondas is drawing away too much energy, and that their best hope is simply to stall the Cybermen until Mondas explodes of its own accord. But the energy drain is affecting the elderly Doctor's health, and when he finally returns to his TARDIS he collapses – and before Ben's and Polly's eyes, he seems to change into an entirely different person...

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The Evil of the Daleks (6)
star
7.62
99 votes

#9 - The Evil of the Daleks (6)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 42

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

The Evil of the Daleks (2)
star
7.61
105 votes

#10 - The Evil of the Daleks (2)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 38

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

Spearhead From Space (3)
star
7.59
290 votes

#11 - Spearhead From Space (3)

Doctor Who - Season 7 - Episode 3

England, the near future. Exiled to the 20th century by the Time Lords, the newly-regenerated Doctor is immediately caught up in UNIT's investigation of anomalous meteorite showers. What dark secret does the local plastics factory hold?

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The Ice Warriors (4)
star
7.56
111 votes

#12 - The Ice Warriors (4)

Doctor Who - Season 5 - Episode 14

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

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Spearhead From Space (2)
star
7.51
292 votes

#13 - Spearhead From Space (2)

Doctor Who - Season 7 - Episode 2

England, the near future. Exiled to the 20th century by the Time Lords, the newly-regenerated Doctor is immediately caught up in UNIT's investigation of anomalous meteorite showers. What dark secret does the local plastics factory hold?

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The Ice Warriors (5)
star
7.51
87 votes

#14 - The Ice Warriors (5)

Doctor Who - Season 5 - Episode 15

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

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The Tenth Planet (2)
star
7.50
225 votes

#15 - The Tenth Planet (2)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 6

The TARDIS materialises decades in the future, in the year 1986, at Snowcap Tracking Station at the South Pole. There, an international team is struggling to bring down a shuttle which has inexplicably been drawn out of orbit – by the gravity of a tenth planet, Earth's exact mirror twin. The Doctor realises what's about to happen, but before he can deliver his warning, Snowcap is invaded by the Cybermen – natives of the planet Mondas who have slowly replaced most of their body parts with cybernetic prostheses, and who have now returned to their twin to drain the energy away from Earth. However, the Doctor and his friends soon find themselves fighting a threat closer to home – in order to save his astronaut son, the American General Cutler intends to attack Mondas with a Z-Bomb despite the danger that the radiation from the explosion will render half of Earth uninhabitable. The Doctor realises that the Cybermen have invaded Earth because Mondas is drawing away too much energy, and that their best hope is simply to stall the Cybermen until Mondas explodes of its own accord. But the energy drain is affecting the elderly Doctor's health, and when he finally returns to his TARDIS he collapses – and before Ben's and Polly's eyes, he seems to change into an entirely different person...

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The Tenth Planet (3)
star
7.44
189 votes

#16 - The Tenth Planet (3)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 7

The TARDIS materialises decades in the future, in the year 1986, at Snowcap Tracking Station at the South Pole. There, an international team is struggling to bring down a shuttle which has inexplicably been drawn out of orbit – by the gravity of a tenth planet, Earth's exact mirror twin. The Doctor realises what's about to happen, but before he can deliver his warning, Snowcap is invaded by the Cybermen – natives of the planet Mondas who have slowly replaced most of their body parts with cybernetic prostheses, and who have now returned to their twin to drain the energy away from Earth. However, the Doctor and his friends soon find themselves fighting a threat closer to home – in order to save his astronaut son, the American General Cutler intends to attack Mondas with a Z-Bomb despite the danger that the radiation from the explosion will render half of Earth uninhabitable. The Doctor realises that the Cybermen have invaded Earth because Mondas is drawing away too much energy, and that their best hope is simply to stall the Cybermen until Mondas explodes of its own accord. But the energy drain is affecting the elderly Doctor's health, and when he finally returns to his TARDIS he collapses – and before Ben's and Polly's eyes, he seems to change into an entirely different person...

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The Evil of the Daleks (5)
star
7.44
100 votes

#17 - The Evil of the Daleks (5)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 41

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

The Ice Warriors (1)
star
7.41
130 votes

#18 - The Ice Warriors (1)

Doctor Who - Season 5 - Episode 11

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

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The Evil of the Daleks (1)
star
7.41
130 votes

#19 - The Evil of the Daleks (1)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 37

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

Trial
star
7.37
157 votes

#20 - Trial

Blake's 7 - Season 2 - Episode 6

Blake is questioning his purpose and motives after Gan's death and goes to a barren planet to reflect on things. Travis is put on trial and court-martialled for the deaths of civilans all courtesy of Servalan.

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The Evil of the Daleks (3)
star
7.27
128 votes

#21 - The Evil of the Daleks (3)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 39

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

The Evil of the Daleks (4)
star
7.27
128 votes

#22 - The Evil of the Daleks (4)

Doctor Who - Season 4 - Episode 40

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

Mission to the Unknown
star
7.25
307 votes

#23 - Mission to the Unknown

Doctor Who - Season 3 - Episode 5

Space Security agent Marc Cory visits the planet Kembel to investigate rumours of Dalek activity in the area. However, his ship is shot down and his crewmates are poisoned by the thorns of Varga plants, genetically engineered carnivores which transform their unlucky victims into Vargas as well. Despite these dangers, Cory discovers that the Daleks have formed an alliance with several other alien species, intending to launch a war against Earth. He makes a tape of his discoveries -- but is exterminated before he can get word to his superiors...

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Trap of Steel (2)
star
7.15
372 votes

#24 - Trap of Steel (2)

Doctor Who - Season 3 - Episode 2

The TARDIS materialises on a doomed planet in Galaxy 4, and the travellers are captured by warriors of the beautiful female clone race known as Drahvins. According to the Drahvins' leader, Maaga, their ship was shot down in an unprovoked attack by the vicious alien Rills, but they managed to inflict damage on the Rill ship as well; now both ships are stuck here, on a planet doomed to explode in fourteen days. Maaga orders the Doctor to help her and her warriors capture the Rill ship, and keeps Steven hostage to ensure his co-operation; however, the Doctor soon learns that Maaga is both lying and mistaken. The Drahvins are in fact the aggressors, and the peaceful Rills want nothing more than to escape in one piece – and help their enemies do so as well, if they can. Unfortunately, that may not be possible, as the Doctor discovers that time is shorter than they thought; the planet in fact has less than a day of life remaining...

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Four Hundred Dawns (1)
star
7.14
356 votes

#25 - Four Hundred Dawns (1)

Doctor Who - Season 3 - Episode 1

The TARDIS materialises on a doomed planet in Galaxy 4, and the travellers are captured by warriors of the beautiful female clone race known as Drahvins. According to the Drahvins' leader, Maaga, their ship was shot down in an unprovoked attack by the vicious alien Rills, but they managed to inflict damage on the Rill ship as well; now both ships are stuck here, on a planet doomed to explode in fourteen days. Maaga orders the Doctor to help her and her warriors capture the Rill ship, and keeps Steven hostage to ensure his co-operation; however, the Doctor soon learns that Maaga is both lying and mistaken. The Drahvins are in fact the aggressors, and the peaceful Rills want nothing more than to escape in one piece – and help their enemies do so as well, if they can. Unfortunately, that may not be possible, as the Doctor discovers that time is shorter than they thought; the planet in fact has less than a day of life remaining...

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Air Lock (3)
star
6.99
282 votes

#26 - Air Lock (3)

Doctor Who - Season 3 - Episode 3

The TARDIS materialises on a doomed planet in Galaxy 4, and the travellers are captured by warriors of the beautiful female clone race known as Drahvins. According to the Drahvins' leader, Maaga, their ship was shot down in an unprovoked attack by the vicious alien Rills, but they managed to inflict damage on the Rill ship as well; now both ships are stuck here, on a planet doomed to explode in fourteen days. Maaga orders the Doctor to help her and her warriors capture the Rill ship, and keeps Steven hostage to ensure his co-operation; however, the Doctor soon learns that Maaga is both lying and mistaken. The Drahvins are in fact the aggressors, and the peaceful Rills want nothing more than to escape in one piece – and help their enemies do so as well, if they can. Unfortunately, that may not be possible, as the Doctor discovers that time is shorter than they thought; the planet in fact has less than a day of life remaining...

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The Exploding Planet (4)
star
6.97
301 votes

#27 - The Exploding Planet (4)

Doctor Who - Season 3 - Episode 4

The TARDIS materialises on a doomed planet in Galaxy 4, and the travellers are captured by warriors of the beautiful female clone race known as Drahvins. According to the Drahvins' leader, Maaga, their ship was shot down in an unprovoked attack by the vicious alien Rills, but they managed to inflict damage on the Rill ship as well; now both ships are stuck here, on a planet doomed to explode in fourteen days. Maaga orders the Doctor to help her and her warriors capture the Rill ship, and keeps Steven hostage to ensure his co-operation; however, the Doctor soon learns that Maaga is both lying and mistaken. The Drahvins are in fact the aggressors, and the peaceful Rills want nothing more than to escape in one piece – and help their enemies do so as well, if they can. Unfortunately, that may not be possible, as the Doctor discovers that time is shorter than they thought; the planet in fact has less than a day of life remaining...

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The Keeper
star
5.60
119 votes

#28 - The Keeper

Blake's 7 - Season 2 - Episode 12

In their quest for information on the location of Star One, the crew search for a member of the royal family of Goth who has an amulet containing a brain print.

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