Doctor Who The Complete 4th Series

I picked up series 4 of Doctor Who. I love this show and this was a great season.

  • Disc 1:
    • Voyage of the Damned (2007 Christmas Special; 70 mins)
        The Doctor and new friend Astrid sail into trouble on an interstellar replica of the famous ocean liner Titanic.

  • Disc 2:
    • Partners in Crime
        Donna is determined to find the Doctor again - even if it means braving the villainous Miss Foster and her hordes of sinister Adipose.

    • The Fires of Pompeii
        Psychic powers and stone beasts run riot in old Pompeii, but can Donna dare the Doctor to change established history?

    • Planet of the Ood
        The Doctor takes Donna to her first alien world - but the Ood-Sphere reveals some terrible truths about the Human Race.

  • Disc 3:
    • The Sontaran Stratagem
        Martha Jones summons the Doctor back to modern-day Earth, but an old enemy lies in wait.

    • The Poison Sky
        As the Sontarans choke the Earth, the Doctor battles to keep both Martha and Donna alive.

    • The Doctor's Daughter
        On the planet Messaline, in the middle of an endless war, the Doctor meets the most important woman of his life.

    • The Unicorn and the Wasp
        In 1926, Agatha Christie disappeared for 10 days. Was it amnesia? A nervous breakdown? Or a Giant Alien Wasp...?

  • Disc 4:
    • Silence in the Library
        The Doctor and Donna enter a world of terror inside an abandoned library. They're given only one warning: "Count the shadows".

    • Forest of the Dead
        As the shadows rise, the Doctor forges an alliance with the mysterious River Song. But can anyone stop the Vashta Nerada?

    • Midnight
        The Doctor is trapped, powerless and terrified, on the planet Midnight, as the knocking on the wall begins...

  • Disc 5:
    • Turn Left
        As Donna's world collapses, she finds help from a mysterious blonde woman - but can Donna and Rose stop the approaching Darkness?

    • The Stolen Earth
        Earth's greatest heroes assemble, to fight the New Dalek Empire. But a fearsome old enemy waits in the shadows...

    • Journey's End
        As Davros and the Daleks threaten the entire universe, the Doctor's companions join forces. But the prophecy declares that one of them will die...

  • Disc 6
    • Special Features: Doctor Who Confidential edits

Doctor Who - The Complete Third Series

The 3rd DVD set of the DOCTOR WHO television series is scheduled for release on November 6, 2007.

  • 6 DVDs:
    • Disc 1
      • Christmas Special: The Runaway Bride

    • Disc 2
      • Smith and Jones
      • The Shakespeare Code
      • Gridlock

    • Disc 3
      • Daleks in Manhattan
      • Evolution of the Daleks
      • The Lazarus Experiment
      • 42

    • Disc 4
      • Human Nature
      • The Family of Blood
      • Blink

    • Disc 5
      • Utopia
      • The Sound of Drums
      • Last of the Time Lords

    • Disc 6
      • Doctor Who Confidential
  • Doctor Who Tardis USB hub

    I think this is really cool !
    This 4-port Dr Who Tardis USB hub comes with a blue light that flashes when you add or removing a device, and an internal speaker makes the "vorp vorp" noise of a dematerializing Tardis.

    Doctor Who - The Complete Second Series (2006)

    The 2nd DVD set of the DOCTOR WHO television series is scheduled for release on January 16, 2007.

    I really enjoy watching Doctor Who. I have been a Doctor Who fan for many years. I purchased the first DVD set when it came out last July.

    Doctor Who returns to the United States

    One of my favorite Science Fiction TV series, Doctor Who, is returning to the United States. I used to watch this show all of the time on the New Jersey Network. I have seen almost every episode that was aired in the United States. I can't wait to see the new series. I haven't watched much Sci-Fi since Star Trek: ENTERPRISE was cancelled.

    SCI FI Channel and BBC Worldwide Americas announced a major licensing deal for the first series of the latest Doctor Who adventures.

    The 13-part drama is about a mysterious time-travelling adventurer known simply as "The Doctor" (Christopher Eccleston) and his companion, Rose Tyler (Billie Piper). The Doctor and Rose risk death and danger, battling aliens and monsters.

    The deal, brokered by Lisa Hofer, Director Co-Production and Sales, BBC Worldwide Americas, grants SCI FI Channel the first run rights for series one with an option for series two. The award-winning series will premiere on SCI FI beginning in March, airing Friday nights at 9.00pm.

    Russell T Davies, Head Writer and Executive Producer told us: "The Doctor's made all sorts of journeys in Time and Space, but this is one of his most exciting yet! I'm a huge fan of the SCI FI Channel, and I'm delighted that Doctor Who is appearing on a channel that supports and enhances the entire genre."

    "With its rich history of imaginative storytelling, Doctor Who is a true sci-fi classic," stated Thomas P. Vitale, SCI FI's Senior Vice President, Programming & Original Movies. "We're excited to add the show to our lineup."

    Commenting on the deal Candace Carlisle, Senior Vice President, BBC Worldwide Americas, said: "The new production has fantastic storylines and production values and has already gained an iconic status around the world. SCI FI Channel is the perfect home for the show and will introduce Doctor Who to a whole new generation of fans in the US."

    In addition, BBC Video has moved the US release date of the DVD from February 2006 to July 4, 2006 to capitalize on the exposure from the TV broadcast. As part of the deal, BBC Video and SCI FI Channel have agreed to work together on joint marketing promotions to support the brand launch.

    Burton Cromer, Vice President, Consumer Products, BBC Worldwide Americas said: "We are delighted to be working with SCI FI Channel on the launch of this exciting new take on Doctor Who. The additional marketing support from SCI FI, as well their ability to reach such a broad audience base, made moving the release date an easy decision."

    Executive Produced by Russell T Davies (lead writer) and Julie Gardner, the first series of Doctor Who attracted huge ratings and received critical acclaim when it aired on BBC ONE in March 2005.