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Dr Who: Planet of Evil: Part 1

starring Tom Baker
A new four-part story by Louis Marks
A 'Mayday' call from a planet on the edge of creation. The Doctor and Sarah are drawn to the farthest limits of the Universe.
BBC One London

Dr Who: Planet of Evil: Part 2

starring Tom Baker in a four-part story by Louis Marks
The Morestran probe is trapped on Zeta Minor. Is there any escape from the ravenous monster of the planet?
BBC One London

Dr Who: Planet of Evil: Part 3

starring Tom Baker in a four-part story by Louis Marks
A sinister beast prowls the walkways of the Morestran ship. The safety of space has become a deathtrap.
BBC One London

Dr Who: Planet of Evil: Part 4

starring Tom Baker
A four-part story by Louis Marks
Anti-matter has become anti-man. While the Doctor grapples with his primeval enemy, the ship plunges towards oblivion.
BBC One London

Dr Who: Planet of Evil: Part 1

starring Tom Baker
A four-part story by Louis Marks
A 'Mayday' call from a planet on the edge of creation... The Doctor and Sarah are drawn to the farthest limits of the Universe.
(Next week: The Fishing Race)
BBC One London

Dr Who: Planet of Evil: Part 2

starring Tom Baker
A four-part story by Louis Marks
The Morestran probe is trapped on Zeta Minor. Is there any escape from the ravenous monster of the planet?
BBC One London

Dr Who: Planet of Evil: Part 3

starring Tom Baker
A four-part story by Louis Marks
A sinister beast prowls the walkways of the Morestran ship. The safety of space has become a deathtrap.
BBC One London

Dr. Who: Planet of Evil: Part 4

A four-part story by Louis Marks.
Starring Tom Baker
The Doctor learns the horrifying truth: anti-matter has become anti-man. And while he grapples with his primeval enemy, the ship plunges towards oblivion.
BBC Three

Doctor Who: 42

7/13, series three. 42. The Doctor and Martha are trapped on a spaceship hurtling out of control towards a boiling sun. See panel. (S)

Doctor Who
7.00pm BBC3 DRAMA Michelle Collins as spaceship captain? If you can swallow that, then the dubious astrophysics of the plot will be of small concern. This is the one about a ship 42 minutes away from plunging into a sun, which is in fact a living organism. It takes over the crew who lumber around growling "Burn with me." Bearing striking similarities with Planet of Evil (a 1975 Tom Baker), this episode is told almost in real time and benefits hugely from the creative precision of director Graeme Harper. David Tennant is at his most heroic and intense, as writer Chris Chibnall puts the Doctor through agonies. PM






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