A lost Doctor Who story from 1967 comes to life in animated form, and is released on Blu-ray.
Once mostly lost, then found again and now out on a special edition DVD, Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World pits the Second Doctor against his evil doppelganger Salamander.
A new Doctor and a lost story come to life, now also in colour!
The surviving episodes of this Second Doctor adventure come to DVD.
Rediscovered after having been lost for decades, the Doctor's encounter with the Yeti in the London Underground comes to DVD.
The second Doctor gets a rematch with the Cybermen on the lunar surface, with the two missing episodes reconstructed via animation.
Matt Smith moves on to American Psycho but what did the other Doctors get up to after Who?
Recently rediscovered, this once mostly lost Second Doctor story, with Patrick Troughton playing both hero and villain, comes to DVD.
Five of the best Doctor Who stories revealed by John...
Second Doctor episodes resurface
The Doctor's first encounter with the tall reptilian creatures from Mars comes to DVD, with animated reconstructions of its two missing episodes.
Latest Children's Film Foundation volume from the BFI...
The Second Doctor, Jamie and Zoe land on the planet of the Gonds who are enslaved by the robotic Krotons, in this adventure from 1968-69.
Missing episodes featuring the First and Second Doctor revealed at BFI.
It has finally been officially confirmed that July's release in 2|Entertain's Classic Doctor Who series will be Patrick Troughton's epic last story, <b>The War Games.</b> The ten parter, the second longest single Doctor Who story ever made (discounting Trial of a Time Lord), was first broadcast in Spring 1969 and saw the Second Doctor and his companions Jamie (Frazer Hines) and Zoe (Wendy Padbury) landing on what appears to be Earth during the First World War. The three soon find that all is not as it seems, however, when they find themselves travelling between time zones, each of which is based around a different war during Earth's history. Who is controlling the time zones, and to what purpose, and can the time travellers survive long enough to get to the centre of the web? Co-written by Malcolm Hulke and Terrance Dicks, the story is famous not only as Troughton's final adventure but also as the story which finally revealed where the Doctor came from, and introduced us to his people the Time Lords, and is a more than welcome addition to the range.