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Series One: Volume Three starring Christopher Eccleston as Doctor Who and Billie Piper as Rose Tyler.

 

            - Graphical menus, “Play All” selection, Episode Selection, and Scene Selection Features.

            - Set Up menu that accesses the subtitles for the hearing impared and the soundtrack options (Dolby 5.1 sound on all the episodes)

            - All episodes are 45 minutes in length and in their original 16:9 aspect ratio.

 

            Episode 7:  The Long Game                 Originally transmitted on 7 May 2005 on BBC1.

            Guest stars Bruno Langley as Adam Mitchell.

            The Doctor and Rose take their new companion Adam to see a satellite of Earth in the year 200,000, where the Doctor is surprised to see

            history in the wrong shape, with humanity being unwittingly controlled by the satellite’s news services’ manipulation of events.

           

            Episode 8:  Father’s Day                      Originally transmitted on 14 May 2005 on BBC1.

            Guest stars Camille Coduri as Jackie Tyler and Shaun Dingwall as Pete Tyler.

            Rose asks to travel back in time and visit her father just before he died, and the Doctor grants her wish.  When Rose can’t stop herself

            from saving her father from the car accident that should have killed him, history has its own revenge upon her, her family, and the whole world...

 

            Episodes 9 and 10:  The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances  (a 2-part story)         Originally transmitted on 21 and 28 May 2005 on BBC1.

            Guest stars John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness

            In this 2-part story, the Doctor and Rose pursue a time vessel to London, 1941, to the height of the London Blitz.  Once there, Rose is swept

            off her feet by a time agent posing as an RAF captain, who has a deal for her.  Meanwhile, the Doctor’s investigations take him to a group of

            homeless children who are terrified of one other of their number who stalks them, always asking for his mummy, and always wearing a gas mask...

           

           

If one counts this series as a continuation of the original series, then these are ten stories, numbers 166-168, and episode numbers 711 through 714.