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June 7th, 2013 110 comments

Doctor Who: Spearhead From Space Blu-ray

Doctor Who: Spearhead From Space Blu-ray

Exile! The Time Lords have banished the newly regenerated Doctor to Earth.

But The Doctor isn’t the only alien to have arrived, as a swarm of meteorites have crashed into the sleepy English countryside, bringing with them a terrible new threat to mankind.

As the Nestene plan takes shape, UNIT, the Doctor and his newly appointed scientific advisor, Liz Shaw, race against time to stop humanity from being replaced by a terrifying plastic facsimile race.

With an Auton army on the rise, and no TARDIS to help him, could The Doctor’s latest incarnation be over before it has truly begun…?



  • Full HD remaster of 4×25 minute episodes.
  • A Dandy and a Clown – exclusive documentary looking at the life and career of Jon Pertwee, with contributions from actors Katy Manning, Judy Cornwell, David Jacobs, Geoffrey Bayldon and Kenneth Earle, Doctor Who writer and script editor Terrence Dicks, and long-time friend Stuart Money.
  • Carry On: the life of Caroline John – a tribute to the actress who played the Third Doctor’s companion Liz Shaw.
  • Title sequence raw material – raw, mute test and build-up material produced during creation of the Jon Pertwee title sequence.
  • Restoration comparison – This release was mastered in 2K from the original 16mm camera negatives and interpos prints for the best possible quality. This short feature compares the results against previous versions and looks at some of the problems encountered during the remastering.
  • Programme subtitles.
  • Digitally remastered picture and sound quality.
  • Coming Soon trailer (in Standard Definition).
  • Reversible cover, with the artwork in the standard Doctor Who DVD template on the reverse.

Categorised under: Blu-ray, DVD


  • TheClassicsAreAce

    October 10th, 2016 - 6:59pm

    I have this! Brilliant remaster of a great story!


    September 4th, 2013 - 1:29pm

    rented this off lovefilm the other week. didn’t think it was as good as the other classics, but i liked the way they presented pertwee and i did like the character of liz


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