Serial: 5W Episode Nos. 564, 565, 566, and 567. Title: Four to Doomsday
Attempting to return Tegan to her stewardess job at
en route for Earth and due to arrive in four days. Aboard it the Doctor and his friends find floating spy cameras, large
numbers of humans from lost civilizations, and three green aliens lording over it all. Their Monarch announces their
intention to visit the Earth again and greet the masses with open arms of friendship... but the Doctor begins to suspect he
has other motives in mind...
starring Peter Davison as the Doctor, Matthew Waterhouse as Adric, Sarah Sutton as Nyssa, and Janet Fielding as Tegan.
Written by Terence Dudley, Produced by John Nathan-Turner, and Directed by John Black.
- All four 25-minute episodes.
- Graphical menus, episode and scene selection features, and subtitles for the hearing impaired.
- Commentary track by actors Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton, and Matthew Waterhouse, and
Director John Black.
- “Studio Recording” A 27-minute featurette of footage from Peter Davison’s first day in the studio playing
the Doctor, showing highlights of what went on between takes on the studio floor.
- “Saturday Night at the Mill” A 14-minute TV interview recorded with Peter Davison in 1980 just after his
casting as the Doctor.
- Theme Music Video. A 3-1/2 minute featurette presenting a mix of the “starfield” title sequences used for
Tom Baker’s final season and all of Peter Davison’s era to the accompaniment of a new Dolby 5.1 extended
remix of the theme music from this era. This featurette has been previously seen in the “New Beginnings”
- Photo Gallery. A 7-minute featurette showing production stills taken during the making of the story.
- Information Text. Selecting this displays pop-up production notes trivia as the story plays.
- Radio Times PDF Files. If you place this DVD into the DVD-ROM drive of a computer, you can find and view
a PDF file containing the original Radio Times TV schedule listings for this story.
- The disc boots up with an ads for the Complete Fourth Series Box Set and for BBC America, both of which are
skippable with your remote.