Doctor who series 19 Limited edition DVD Boxed set is being released 10 December 2018.
The Doctor (Peter Davison) is still weak following his regeneration at the end of Logopolis and asks to be taken to the “Zero Room” aboard the TARDIS which contains Time Lord healing technology to allow him to recover. Meanwhile Tegan and Nyssa attempt to pilot the TARDIS but find they are travelling rapidly to a preset time and destination, “Event One”, the Big Bang, a trap set by the Master. Tegan then discovers information on the town of Castrovalva, an ideal place for the Doctor to recover, and directs the TARDIS there. Nyssa and Tegan have difficulties in transporting the Doctor, and become separated from him; the Doctor is found by warriors protecting Castrovalva The Doctor is cared for by Shardovan, a librarian, and the elderly Portreeve, before Nyssa and Tegan arrive. Following a few weird events The Doctor suspects that they have become trapped in a “recursive occlusion”, and Castrovalva is fake. The Portreeve reveals himself as the Master, who has trapped Adric and coerced him into using his mathematical genius to create Castrovalva and alter the TARDIS. However Shardovan confronts the Master in an exciting show down…
Kinda is a rather disturbing story featuring An Earth colonisation survey expedition who are exploring beautiful jungle planet Deva Loka however many members have mysteriously vanished and people are becoming paranoid. The Captain ‘Sanders’ relies on bombast and rules to keep order, meanwhile ‘Hindle’ his deputy, is close to breaking point. Only Todd the scientific officer, remains calm. She does not see the native people, the Kinda, as a threat but respects their culture and is intrigued by their power of telepathy. The humans have two silent males for “observation”. However Todd suspects they are more advanced than they first appear.
Elsewhere in the jungle Nyssa stays in the TARDIS, while the Doctor and Adric explore and they encounter Sanders who welcomes them. However his highly-strung deputy Hindle considers The Doctor, Todd and Adric a threat and has them arrested. Meanwhile Tegan faces a more metaphysical crisis. She has fallen asleep near the euphonious and soporific windchimes, unaware of the danger of the dreaming of an unshared mind (one not engaged in telepathy with another humanoid). She dreams of nightmarish characters, which are a manifestation of the Mara, an evil being of the subconscious that longs for corporeal reality and she is possessed by the Mara who then possesses, a young man named Aris, who is the brother of one of the Kinda in the Dome.
Meanwhile Back at the Dome, Hindle is becoming increasingly paranoid and decides to destroy the jungle, which he views as a threat. However Adric and Sanders intervene, however Sanders seems somehow different after a an aged female mystic of the tribe, named Panna presents him with a strange wooden box (the ‘Box of Jhana’) which when opened, cleared his mind and left him a more contented and enlightened person.
Later the Doctor and Todd encounter Aris and a group of Kinda and Karuna takes the Doctor and Todd to meet Panna who reveals that an evil being named the Mara has arrived on Deva Loka. Karuna urges Todd and the Doctor to return to the Dome, to prevent Aris threatening Kinda civilisation. Meanwhile back at the dome Hindle becoming ever more demented unbalanced and infantile luckily Adric eventually escapes but is confronted by Aris and the Kinda. The Doctor and Todd find Tegan near the windchimes and learn how the Mara returned to Deva Loka. They then find Adric and return to the Dome to try and stop Hindle blowing up Deva Loka before confronting the Mara …
The Visitation stars Peter Davison as Doctor Who, who along with, Adric Nyssa and Tegan lands in London a few hundred years ago and notice a strong smell of sulphur and head off to find the source. They are then attacked by villagers, but escape, and meet Richard Mace, ahighwayman and proclaimed thespian, who takes them to safety inside a barn. they discover that some kind of comet recently landed nearby. The Doctor takes immediate interest in the necklace Mace is wearing, which is actually a bracelet used for prisoner control. The group begins searching the barn and comes across several power packs, And set off to the nearby manor to find the owner of the barn and find more power packs, gunpowder, and The Doctor also notices that there is a wall where there shouldn’t be one which he discovers is a holographic energy barrier they notice the place also smells of sulphur and discover a device emitting the soliton gas. Suddenly they are attacked by android, which stuns and imprisons Tegan and Adric. They then learn that an alien has landed on Earth and that the comet was in fact his crashed spaceship, and the survivor is revealed to be a Terileptil who captures and interrogates Tegan and Adric. Meanwhile, the Doctor and Mace discovers the Terileptil’s ship. Elsewhere rTegan and Adric eventually escape Meanwile the Doctor and Mace join Nyssa in the TARDIS. However tThey are captured and Doctor uncovers a dastardly Terileptil plan involving rats. So the Doctor Tries to stop the Terileptils evil plans however this does not end well….
This episode involves a convoluted case of murder and a case of mistaken identity. It takes place In an English country house during 1925 and sees the TARDIS materialising atCranleigh Halt railway station Where The Doctor and his companions are invited by aristocratic Lord Cranleigh to attend his annual Masked ball. They are introduced to Ann Talbot, Lord Cranleigh’s fiancée, who looks identical to Nyssa. When Tegan admires a black flower, Lady Cranleigh explains it is a rare Black Orchid which was found on the Orinoco by her son George. Tegan recognises the name as George Cranleigh, a famous botanist and explorer. Lady Cranleigh says that George never returned from his expedition into the Brazilian forests and that Ann was engaged to George.
Before the Masked ball Ann presents Nyssa with a dress identical to her own and the Doctor receives a Harlequin outfit. During the Masked Ball the Doctor makes an alarming discovery while elsewhere Ann and the Harlequin begin behaving suspiciously. The Doctor, finds Lady Cranleigh and a Brazilian Indian named Latoni to tell them of his discovery. Ann is later attacked by a masked assailant. Lord Cranleigh later finds Digby the butler dead and discovers Ann’s mask. Then The Doctor arrives wearing the Harlequin costume and Ann identifies him as her attacker. The Doctor is arrested for murder and his companions accused of being accessories. The Doctor proclaims his innocence, However Neither Lady Cranleigh or Sir Robert believe him and think he’s an imposter. Then a second body is found and a mysterious figure attempts to set Cranleigh Hall ablaze and kidnap Nyssa. Meanwhile Sir Robert then learns more about George’s fate from Lady Cranleigh while the Doctor tries to rescue Nyssa.
This episode featuring Peter Davison, Matthew Waterhouse and Janet Fielding was first broadcast between 8 March and 16 March 1982 and was the first to feature the Cybermen since Revenge of the Cybermen, in 1975. It starts when TARDIS arrives on Earth in the future, meanwhile Adric decides he wants to return to his home planet Terradon, As the group explores a series of caves, they are caught by Lieutenant Scott and his men who accuse them of killing the rest of Professor Kyle’s exploration team as they were searching the caves for fossils. The Doctor helps Sott find the bodies of Kyle’s team, along with an odd metal hatch. As the Doctor examines the hatch, other men in Scott’s force are killed. The Doctor then finds a powerful bomb that could destroy the planet, so he and Adric try to deactivate it. In the TARDIS the Doctor traces a signal sent to a freighter spaceship outside the Solar system and decides to investigate the ship however he and Adric are captured by the freighter’s security forces led by Captain Briggs.
Things go from bad to worse when Villainous Cybermen, start emerging from the freighter’s containers and decide to take control of the ship and soon all hell breaks loose. The freighter crew, along with Tegan, Kyle, Scott, and his men, fight valiantly, however their defences are undermined by Ringway, Briggs’ security officer who has secretly been working as a double agent for the Cybermen. The Cyber-Leader then reveals a dastardly plan to wipe out planet Earth while several visiting dignitaries are present for an interstellar alliance conference, by crashing the freighter into the Earth so it is up to the the Doctor, Adric, and Briggs to foil their evil scheme…
In This episode The Fifth Doctor, Nyssa, and Tegan, are still reeling from the vents of Earthshock, when they arrive at Heathrow and learn from Department C19 that one of their Concordes mysteriously vanished just before landing. Using another Concorde with the TARDIS aboard, the Doctor and his companions join Captain Stapley and his crew to fly the same landing path. They appear to land at Heathrow, but the Doctor discovers they have flown through a time corridor to 140 million years in the past, the illusion of Heathrow projected by a powerful psychokinetic field.
The crew and passengers of the missing Concorde believe they have arrived at Heathrow however they have arrived on the planet Xeraphin and are enslaved by evil Plasmatons. One passenger, Professor Hayter, informs the Doctor about the mystic Kalid and a nearby Citadel. So the Doctor Shapley, Hayter Nyssa and Tegan attempt to stop the Plasmatons and the Doctor discovers an old adversary he thought he had defeated who has a rather sinister agenda.
At the Citadel The Doctor Nyssa and Tegan discover an alien power source plus the Gestalt alien named the Xeraphin (an organized whole that is perceived as more than the sum of its parts), whose ship crashed and who later developed a split personality after encountering the same Enemy the Doctor did. Elsewhere Stapley and Hayter take matters into their own hands while The Doctor tries to defeat his old nemesis, rescue the Concorde Passengers and get them all back home safely.