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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: An Unearthly Child

23 November 1963
Two schoolteachers investigate the personal life of one of their brilliant students and her mysterious grandfather.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Leslie Bates ... Shadow (uncredited)
Francesca Bertorelli ... Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Reg Cranfield ... Policeman (uncredited)
Heather Lyons ... Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Mavis Ranson ... Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Brian Thomas ... Schoolboy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Cave of Skulls

30 November 1963
The TARDIS takes its new passengers back to the dawn of history. There, the Doctor and his party are captured by a tribe who are trying to rediscover the secret of fire.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Derek Newark ... Za
Alethea Charlton ... Hur
Eileen Way ... Old Mother
Jeremy Young ... Kal
Howard Lang ... Horg
Leslie Bates ... Tribesman (uncredited)
Billie Davis ... Member of Tribe (uncredited)
Roy Denton ... Tribesman (uncredited)
Bob Haddow ... Tribesman (uncredited)
Antonia Moss ... Child (uncredited)
Brenda Proctor ... Tribeswoman (uncredited)
David Rosen ... Child (uncredited)
Trevor Thomas ... Child (uncredited)
Lyn Turner ... Tribeswoman (uncredited)
Doreen Ubels ... Tribeswoman (uncredited)
Frank Wheatley ... Tribesman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Forest of Fear

7 December 1963
Old Mother frees the Doctor and the others on condition they will leave the tribe and not make fire.The group attempt to return to the TARDIS but Za and Hur follow them.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Firemaker

14 December 1963
Kal accuses Za of Old Mother's murder but the Doctor exposes him as the real killer.However, Za then insists the travellers be held prisoner until they show him how to make fire.

Season 1, Episode 5: The Dead Planet

21 December 1963
The TARDIS lands in a petrified forest on an alien planet. Determined to explore, the Doctor leads his companions into the metal city, where they discover the danger of what will become his deadliest enemies, the mutant Daleks. (Originally broadcast in seven parts.)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Survivors

28 December 1963
The Doctor, Susan and Ian search the city for Barbara and learn that the area is contaminated with radiation.Then they encounter the Daleks.

Season 1, Episode 7: The Escape

4 January 1964
Susan meets Alydon of the Thals and agrees to try and arrange a treaty between his people and the Daleks. But the Daleks only see it as an opportunity to wipe the Thals out.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Ambush

11 January 1964
The Doctor and his friends attempt to escape from the Dalek City. However, knowing that the Thals are walking into a trap, Ian decides to go and warn them.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Expedition

18 January 1964
The Doctor and his friends realise that their only chance of recovering the fluid link is to persuade the Thals to fight back against the Daleks.

Season 1, Episode 10: The Ordeal

25 January 1964
While Ian, Barbara and their Thal friends try to find a way into the Dalek City through the mountains, the Doctor, Susan and Alydon attempt to make their own way in.

Season 1, Episode 11: The Rescue

1 February 1964
Ian, Barbara and the surviving members of their party try to find a way into the Dalek City whilst Alydon prepares the other Thals for an attack. But only the Doctor and Susan are aware of the full extent of the threat the Daleks pose.

Season 1, Episode 12: The Edge of Destruction

8 February 1964
In this completely TARDIS-based story, the crew find themselves and their ship acting very strangely indeed. Blame runs high for the Ship's unusual behavior, until the Doctor realizes the TARDIS itself may be trying to warn them... (Originally broadcast in two parts; also known in fan circles as "Inside the Spaceship.")

Season 1, Episode 13: The Brink of Disaster

15 February 1964
The Doctor becomes increasingly suspicious of Ian and Barbara but when the occurrences aboard the TARDIS become even stranger he realises they are in even greater danger than they realised.

Season 1, Episode 14: The Roof of the World

22 February 1964
The TARDIS arrives on Earth in the 13th century, where it is claimed by famed explorer Marco Polo as a gift for his employer, Kublai Khan. Polo hopes to finally buy his way out of the Khan's service - but if he succeeds, the Doctor and his friends will never be able to get back to their Ship ever again... (Originally broadcast in seven parts.)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Singing Sands

29 February 1964
Tegana sabotages the party's water bags, leaving them in dire need of fresh supplies.

Season 1, Episode 16: Five Hundred Eyes

7 March 1964
The Doctor and Susan are able to supply Marco with condensation that has formed inside the TARDIS, saving the group from dying of first.When the group are reunited with Tegana, the travelers begin to suspect he is up to something.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Mark Eden ... Marco Polo

Derren Nesbitt ... Tegana
Zienia Merton ... Ping-Cho
Jimmy Gardner ... Chenchu
Charles Wade ... Malik
Philip Voss ... Acomat
Leslie Bates ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)
Gordon Bremworth ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)
Clou Choy ... Chinese Villager (uncredited)
Elton Fing-on ... Mongol Porter (uncredited)
Irene Ho ... Chinese Villager (uncredited)

Violet Leon ... Chinese Lady of Quality (uncredited)
Zohra Segal ... Attendant on Ping-Cho (uncredited)
Suk Hee Shng ... Attendant (uncredited)
Peggy Sirr ... Chinese Villager (uncredited)
Aman Tokyo ... Mongol Porter (uncredited)
Roy Vincente ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)
Santso Wong ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)
John Woodcock ... Marco Polo's Hand (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: The Wall of Lies

14 March 1964
The Doctor's group manage to rescue Barbara from the Mongols but once more Marco remains unaware of Tegana's involvement.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Mark Eden ... Marco Polo

Derren Nesbitt ... Tegana
Zienia Merton ... Ping-Cho
Jimmy Gardner ... Chenchu
Philip Voss ... Acomat
Bill Brandon ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)
Maung Hlashwe ... Caravan Bearer (uncredited)
Boon Wan Lee ... Caravan Bearer (uncredited)
John Lee ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)
L.L. Lin ... Caravan Bearer (uncredited)
Henry Loy ... Caravan Bearer (uncredited)
Ying Wiu ... Servant at Waystation (uncredited)
Santso Wong ... Mongal Bandit (uncredited)
John Woodcock ... Marco Polo's Hand (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Rider from Shang-Tu

21 March 1964
The Doctor and his friends elect to warn Marco of Acomat's attack even though it means losing their chance to gain access to the TARDIS.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Mark Eden ... Marco Polo

Derren Nesbitt ... Tegana
Zienia Merton ... Ping-Cho
Philip Voss ... Acomat
Michael Guest ... Mongol Bandit
Paul Carson ... Ling-Tau
Gábor Baraker ... Wang-Lo
Tutte Lemkow ... Kuiju
Dave Anderson ... Caravan Warrior (uncredited)
Leslie Bates ... Mongol Bandit (uncredited)
Gordon Bremworth ... Mongol Bandit / Traveller (uncredited)
David Brewster ... Mongol Bandit (uncredited)
Stanley Chen ... Mongol Bandit / Traveller (uncredited)
Clem Choy ... Attendant at Wang-Lo's Inn (uncredited)
Kay Fong ... Noblewoman (uncredited)
Philip Lee ... Mongol Bandit (uncredited)

Violet Leon ... Chinese Lady of Quality (uncredited)
L.L. Lin ... Attendant at Wang-Lo's Inn (uncredited)
Valentino Musetti ... Mongol Bandit (uncredited)
John Woodcock ... Marco Polo's Hand (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Mighty Kublai Khan

28 March 1964
The Doctor, Ian and Barbara are forced to surrender to Tegana and Marco, leaving both of them the opportunity to gain possession of the TARDIS.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Mark Eden ... Marco Polo

Derren Nesbitt ... Tegana
Zienia Merton ... Ping-Cho
Tutte Lemkow ... Kuiju
Gábor Baraker ... Wang-Lo
Peter Lawrence ... Vizier
Martin Miller ... Kublai Khan
Basil Tang ... Office Foreman
Ronald Chee ... Guard (uncredited)
Robert Chow ... Traveller / Nobleman (uncredited)
Clem Choy ... Litter Bearer / Guard (uncredited)
Harry Dillon ... Spittoon Bearer (uncredited)
Kay Fong ... Court Lady (uncredited)
Maung Hlashwe ... Court Nobleman (uncredited)
O. Ikeda ... Attendant (uncredited)
Lloyd Lam ... Traveller / Nobleman (uncredited)
John Lee ... Litter Bearer / Guard (uncredited)
Philip Lee ... Guard (uncredited)

Violet Leon ... Traveller / Noblewoman (uncredited)
Henry Loy ... Male Courtier (uncredited)
Peggy Sirr ... Traveller / Noblewoman (uncredited)
Aman Tokyo ... Attendant (uncredited)
Roy Vincente ... Male Courtier (uncredited)
Ying Wiu ... Court Nobleman (uncredited)
Santso Wong ... Guard (uncredited)
John Woodcock ... Marco Polo's Hand (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Assassin at Peking

4 April 1964
Tegana finally makes his move to assassinate the Khan, giving the Doctor and his friends an opportunity to thwart his plans and regain the TARDIS.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Mark Eden ... Marco Polo

Derren Nesbitt ... Tegana
Zienia Merton ... Ping-Cho
Martin Miller ... Kublai Khan
Claire Davenport ... The Empress
Paul Carson ... Ling-Tau
Tutte Lemkow ... Kuiju
Peter Lawrence ... Vizier
Dave Anderson ... Palace Guard (uncredited)
Gordon Bremworth ... Palace Guard (uncredited)
Ronald Chee ... Palace Guard (uncredited)
Su Chin ... Attendant to the Empress (uncredited)
Harry Dillon ... Spittoon Bearer (uncredited)
Elton Fing-on ... Courtier (uncredited)
John Lee ... Palace Guard (uncredited)
Philip Lee ... Palace Guard (uncredited)

Violet Leon ... Court Lady (uncredited)
Henry Loy ... Courtier (uncredited)
Iris Loy ... Court Lady (uncredited)
Carlton Ngui ... Palace Guard (uncredited)
W.A. Scully ... Courtier (uncredited)
Suk Hee Shng ... Court Lady (uncredited)
Peggy Sirr ... Court Lady (uncredited)
Basil Tang ... Office Foreman (uncredited)
Doreen Tang ... Attendant to the Empress (uncredited)
Roy Vincente ... Courtier (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: The Sea of Death

11 April 1964
On the planet Marinus, the Doctor and his companions are enlisted by Arbitan to seek out the keys to an ancient and powerful machine. Their quest takes them across time and space; will they be able to return the keys before Marinus falls under the control of the alien Voord? (Originally broadcast in six parts.)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Velvet Web

18 April 1964
The Doctor and his friends arrive in the apparently idyllic city of Morphoton but Barbara soon begins to realise there is more to their hosts than meets the eye.

Season 1, Episode 23: The Screaming Jungle

25 April 1964
The search for the second key takes the travellers to a jungle where Ian and Barbara come under threat from rapidly growing plants.

Season 1, Episode 24: The Snows of Terror

2 May 1964
Searching for the third key, Ian and Barbara meet with the sinister trapper Vasor before following Susan and the others into a cave system guarded by the mysterious Ice Soldiers.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who (credit only)
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Robin Phillips ... Altos
Katherine Schofield ... Sabetha (as Katharine Schofield)
Francis De Wolff ... Vasor
Michael Allaby ... Ice Soldier
Alan James ... Ice Soldier
Peter Stenson ... Ice Soldier
Anthony Verner ... Ice Soldier
Dougie Dean ... Eprin (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: Sentence of Death

9 May 1964
The group are reunited with the Doctor in the city of Millennius where Ian faces trial for murder after the fourth key is stolen.

Season 1, Episode 26: The Keys of Marinus

16 May 1964
The Doctor and his friends must locate the real murderers and the fourth key before heading off for a final confrontation with the Voord.

Season 1, Episode 27: The Temple of Evil

23 May 1964
The TARDIS arrives on Earth landing in 16th century Aztec society. Barbara goes off exploring - despite the Doctor's orders not to wander off - and is taken away by the high priest Autloc who believes she is the reincarnation of the goddess Yetaxa. They believe it is a sign that the rains - which are late - will now come. The high priest of sacrifice Tlotoxl recruits Ian to lead their army but he finds he has a rival in Ixta. Ian is less than comfortable with his role when he learns that they are to deliver the human sacrifice to the high priest at the rain ceremony. The Doctor emphasizes that they must not interfere with Aztec rituals, something that does not sit well with Barbara.

Season 1, Episode 28: The Warriors of Death

30 May 1964
Barbara tries to change the course of history - and Ian fights for his life.

Season 1, Episode 29: The Bride of Sacrifice

6 June 1964
While the Doctor tries to find a way back to the TARDIS, Tlotoxl continues to plot Barbara's downfall and sees an opening when Susan questions Aztec custom.

Season 1, Episode 30: The Day of Darkness

13 June 1964
Tlotoxl's machinations result in both Susan and Ian being arrested.With the TARDIS once again trapped inside the tomb, the travelers' only hope for escape lies with Autloc and Cameca.

Season 1, Episode 31: Strangers in Space

20 June 1964
The TARDIS arrives aboard a spaceship that has been captured by the Sensorites, a hearing-sensitive alien race. The Sensorites are dying, and the Doctor finds himself forced to investigate the origin of the mysterious illness. (Originally broadcast in six parts.)

Season 1, Episode 32: The Unwilling Warriors

27 June 1964
The ship has been boarded by the Sensorites and the race is on to retrieve Susan and Barbara before they can find them.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Stephen Dartnell ... John
Ilona Rodgers ... Carol
Lorne Cossette ... Maitland
Ken Tyllssen ... 1st Sensorite (as Ken Tyllsen)
Joseph Greig ... 2nd Sensorite (as Joe Greig)

Season 1, Episode 33: Hidden Danger

11 July 1964
The Doctor, Susan and Ian agree to accompany the Sensorites to their home planet in the hope of finding a cure for John. But not everyone is willing to welcome them there.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Stephen Dartnell ... John
Ilona Rodgers ... Carol
Lorne Cossette ... Maitland
Ken Tyllssen ... First Sensorite (as Ken Tyllsen)
Joseph Greig ... Second Sensorite (as Joe Greig)
Peter Glaze ... Third Sensorite
Arthur Newall ... Fourth Sensorite
Eric Francis ... First Elder
Bartlett Mullins ... Second Elder
Anthony Rogers ... Sensorite
Gerald Martin ... Sensorite (as Gerry Martin)

Season 1, Episode 34: A Race Against Death

18 July 1964
With Ian having fallen victim to the Sensorites' plague, the Doctor is desperate to find a cure. But the City Administrator is still determined to rid his world of aliens.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright (credit only)

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Stephen Dartnell ... John
Ilona Rodgers ... Carol
Peter Glaze ... Third Sensorite
Arthur Newall ... Fourth Sensorite
Eric Francis ... First Elder
Bartlett Mullins ... Second Elder
Ken Tyllssen ... First Scientist (as Ken Tyllsen)
Joseph Greig ... Second Scientist (as Joe Greig)
Anthony Rogers ... Sensorite
Gerald Martin ... Sensorite (as Gerry Martin)

Season 1, Episode 35: Kidnap

25 July 1964
The City Administrator is determined to destroy the Doctor and his friends and his paranoia prevents the Doctor's cure from being distributed.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright (credit only)

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Stephen Dartnell ... John
Ilona Rodgers ... Carol
Peter Glaze ... Third Sensorite
Arthur Newall ... Fourth Sensorite
Eric Francis ... First Elder
Bartlett Mullins ... Second Elder
Ken Tyllssen ... First Scientist (as Ken Tyllsen)
Joseph Greig ... Warrior (as Joe Greig)
Anthony Rogers ... Sensorite
Gerald Martin ... Sensorite (as Gerry Martin)

Season 1, Episode 36: A Desperate Venture

1 August 1964
While the City Administrator's schemes reach their climax, the Doctor and Ian venture into the tunnels under the city to discover the real cause of the Sensorite plague.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Stephen Dartnell ... John
Ilona Rodgers ... Carol
John Bailey ... Commander
Martyn Huntley ... First Human
Giles Phibbs ... Second Human
Peter Glaze ... Third Sensorite
Arthur Newall ... Fourth Sensorite
Eric Francis ... First Elder
Joseph Greig ... Warrior (as Joe Greig)
Anthony Rogers ... Sensorite
Gerald Martin ... Sensorite (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 37: A Land of Fear

8 August 1964
The TARDIS lands during the French Revolution, where Ian, Barbara, and Susan become caught up in the politics of the day. When they are arrested and set to be executed, the Doctor must take on the disguise of a public official to try and save their lives. (Originally broadcast in six parts.)

Season 1, Episode 38: Guests of Madame Guillotine

15 August 1964
Susan, Ian and Barbara are sentenced to be guillotined but an encounter with a dying English prisoner may offer Ian a chance of survival.

Season 1, Episode 39: A Change of Identity

22 August 1964
Susan and Barbara are rescued by Jules and Jean, two members of the escape chain, while the Doctor gains access to the prison by posing as a revolution official.

Season 1, Episode 40: The Tyrant of France

29 August 1964
The Doctor is forced into a meeting with Robespierre while Barbara's attempts to find a physician for Susan result in them being betrayed.

Season 1, Episode 41: A Bargain of Necessity

5 September 1964
Ian finds himself held prisoner by the treacherous Leon while the Doctor attempts to engineer Susan and Barbara's escape.

Season 1, Episode 42: Prisoners of Conciergerie

12 September 1964
Ian finally delivers his message to James Stirling but in order to secure Susan's release he and Barbara are forced into a dangerous spying mission.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Planet of Giants

31 October 1964
When the TARDIS malfunctions and the doors open in the time vortex, the travelers and their Ship shrink to the size of insects. When they arrive on Earth, they uncover a murderous plot involving a new insecticide - but how can they stop the crime in their miniaturized condition? (Originally broadcast in three parts.)

Season 2, Episode 2: Dangerous Journey

7 November 1964
Ian and Barbara are accidentally taken into Smithers' laboratory and, while the Doctor and Susan face a hazardous journey to reach them, they witness the deadly effects of DN6 first hand.

Season 2, Episode 3: Crisis

14 November 1964
The Doctor and his friends face a race against time to expose Forrester's plans and return to normal size before Barbara succumbs to the effects of DN6.

Season 2, Episode 4: World's End

21 November 1964
Ian and Barbara believe the TARDIS has finally returned to their contemporary London, but soon discover signs of plague and warfare. Their old enemies, the Daleks, have invaded the Earth of the 22nd century. Separated and fighting for their lives, the travelers must try to aid the remaining humans and overthrow the Daleks' cruel tyranny. (Originally broadcast in six parts.)

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman

Bernard Kay ... Carl Tyler
Peter Fraser ... David Campbell
Alan Judd ... Dortmun
Martyn Huntley ... Roboman
Peter Badger ... Roboman
Robert Jewell ... Dalek Operator
Robert Aldous ... Freedom Fighter (uncredited)
Stenson Falke ... Revolting Prisoner (uncredited)
Otto Friese ... Extra (uncredited)
Pat Gorman ... Freedom Fighter (uncredited)
Kenton Moore ... Suicidal Roboman (uncredited)
Valentino Musetti ... Egyptian Soldier (uncredited)
Robert Rowland ... Terrified Earthling (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Daleks

28 November 1964
The Doctor and Ian are taken to the Dalek saucer while Susan and Barbara join the rebels in planning an attack.

Season 2, Episode 6: Day of Reckoning

5 December 1964
The Doctor manages to escape from the Dalek saucer and meet up with Susan and David but Ian is left trapped onboard. Meanwhile, Barbara and her new friends face a dangerous journey across London.

Season 2, Episode 7: The End of Tomorrow

12 December 1964
While Susan and David try to find a way out of London, Ian and Larry infiltrate the Dalek mine workings.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Waking Ally

19 December 1964
The Doctor's party investigate the Daleks' central control in Bedfordshire while Barbara and Jenny's attempt to reach it are derailed when they are betrayed.

Season 2, Episode 9: Flashpoint

26 December 1964
The Daleks' plan to transform Earth into a giant spaceship and wipe out its inhabitants is nearing completion and the Doctor and his friends face a race against time to prevent them from destroying the planet's core.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Powerful Enemy

2 January 1965
On the planet Dido, the monstrous Koquillion terrorizes Bennett and Vicki, the only survivors of a crashed spaceship. When the TARDIS lands, the Doctor, Ian, and Barbara team up with Vicki to discover what Koquillion is hiding. (Originally broadcast in two parts.)

Season 2, Episode 11: Desperate Measures

9 January 1965
The Doctor and Ian reach the crashed spaceship and meet up with Barbara and Vicki, where the Doctor uncovers the truth about Koquillion.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Slave Traders

16 January 1965
The travelers decide to take a holiday near ancient Rome, but after a month the Doctor gets restless. He and Vicki determine to visit Rome, and while they are gone Ian and Barbara are abducted by slave traders. All roads lead to Rome, however, and the travelers find themselves at the mercy of the country's petulant emperor, Nero... (Originally broadcast in four parts.)

Season 2, Episode 13: All Roads Lead to Rome

23 January 1965
While the Doctor and Vicki meet with Nero, Barbara is taken to Rome to be sold while Ian is forced to work as a galley slave.

Season 2, Episode 14: Conspiracy

30 January 1965
Ian and Delos are forced to fight each other for their freedom while the Doctor has to perform for Nero's court.

Season 2, Episode 15: Inferno

6 February 1965
Ian and Delos manage to escape from Sevcheria and Tavius agrees to help Barbara rejoin them.The Doctor's attempts to avoid being thrown to the lions inadvertently result in Nero deciding to burn down Rome.

Season 2, Episode 16: The Web Planet

13 February 1965
The TARDIS is drawn by a mysterious force and lands on the alien planet Vortis. There the Doctor, Ian, Barbara and Vicki find themselves caught up in a war between an evil force known as "The Animus", its ant-like Zarbi allies, and the butterfly-like Menoptra race and their allies the subterranean Optera.

Season 2, Episode 17: The Zarbi

20 February 1965
The Doctor, Ian and Vicki are captured by the Zarbi while Barbara meets up with the butterfly-like Menoptera who are trying to reclaim the planet.

Season 2, Episode 18: Escape to Danger

27 February 1965
The Doctor is forced to co-operate with the Animus but Ian uses the opportunity to make an escape attempt.

Season 2, Episode 19: Crater of Needles

6 March 1965
Ian and Vrestin are captured by the subterranean Optera while Barbara and her Menoptera allies attempt to escape from the slave camp.

Season 2, Episode 20: Invasion

13 March 1965
Barbara and the surviving Menoptera take refuge in the Temple of Light while the Doctor and Vicki attempt to escape by taking control of a Zarbi.

Season 2, Episode 21: The Centre

20 March 1965
The Doctor and Vicki are taken before the Animus but the isoptope is left behind in the laboratory.The only hope of victory lies with Barbara and her Menoptera allies.

Season 2, Episode 22: The Lion

27 March 1965
The TARDIS lands in the Holy Land during the Third Crusade and the crew help save Richard the Lionheart from an ambush, but Barbara is captured and brought before Saladin.

Season 2, Episode 23: The Knight of Jaffa

3 April 1965
While the Doctor, Ian, and Vicki are drawn into the intrigues of King Richard's court, Barbara has to cope with an impatient Saladin and the vengeful El Akir.

Season 2, Episode 24: The Wheel of Fortune

10 April 1965
Barbara allies herself with a man whose were murdered by El Akir as the Doctor and Vicki are caught up in Richard's plan to offer his sister's hand in marriage to Saladin's brother.

Season 2, Episode 25: The Warlords

17 April 1965
Ian sets out with a reluctant accomplice to rescue Barbara from El Akir's palace as the Doctor and Vicki try to evade the suspicions of the Earl of Leicester.

Season 2, Episode 26: The Space Museum

24 April 1965
The TARDIS arrives on a planet that has been turned into a space museum but the Doctor and his friends are puzzled when they find themselves out of phase with their surroundings.

Season 2, Episode 27: The Dimensions of Time

1 May 1965
Now back on their proper time track, the Doctor and his friends must work to avoid the future they saw for themselves.

Season 2, Episode 28: The Search

8 May 1965
With the Doctor missing, Ian, Barbara and Vicki find themselves in danger from the Moroks while the Xerons also try to make contact with them.

Season 2, Episode 29: The Final Phase

15 May 1965
While Ian tries to force Lobos to release the Doctor from the museum, Vicki joins the Xerons in trying to gain the weapons needed to start a revolution against the occupiers.

Season 2, Episode 30: The Executioners

22 May 1965
The Doctor has assembled a new time machine with a TV screen showing scenes in the past to order, Lincoln, Shakespeare and the Beatles are selected. They land on a barren planet with two suns,and become separated.A sandstorm causes the Doctor and Barbara to lose the TARDIS,Ian and Vicky meet an octopus-like monster, and the Daleks arrive, still hunting for them.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Robert Marsden ... Abraham Lincoln

Roger Hammond ... Francis Bacon
Vivienne Bennett ... Queen Elizabeth I
Hugh Walters ... William Shakespeare
Richard Coe ... Television Announcer
Peter Hawkins ... Daleks (voice)
David Graham ... Daleks (voice)
Robert Jewell ... Dalek
Kevin Manser ... Dalek
John Scott Martin ... Dalek
Gerald Taylor ... Dalek
Jack Pitt ... Mire Beast

The Beatles ... Themselves (uncredited)

George Harrison ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Lennon ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Paul McCartney ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Ringo Starr ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: The Death of Time

29 May 1965
While Ian and Vicki are threatened by a Mire Beast, the Doctor and Barbara meet up with the Aridians...who are then ordered to hand them over to the Daleks.

Season 2, Episode 32: Flight Through Eternity

5 June 1965
The TARDIS crew's attempts to escape from the Daleks take them to the top of the Empire State Building and a 19th century sailing ship.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Arne Gordon ... Guide
Peter Purves ... Morton Dill
Dennis Chinnery ... Albert C. Richardson
David Blake Kelly ... Capt. Benjamin Briggs
Patrick Carter ... Bosun
Douglas Ditta ... Willoughby
Jack Pitt ... Cabin Steward
Peter Hawkins ... Daleks (voice)
David Graham ... Daleks (voice)
Robert Jewell ... Dalek
Kevin Manser ... Dalek
John Scott Martin ... Dalek
Gerald Taylor ... Dalek
Barbara Bruce ... Woman Tourist (uncredited)
Marilyn Gothard ... Mrs. Briggs (uncredited)
Kathleen Heath ... Woman Tourist (uncredited)

Marc Lawrence ... Sailor (uncredited)
Terry Leigh ... Sailor (uncredited)
Monique Lewis ... Beautiful Woman (uncredited)
David Pelton ... Sailor (uncredited)
Bill Richards ... Sailor (uncredited)
Jim Tyson ... Bald Fat Man (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 33: Journey Into Terror

12 June 1965
The TARDIS lands in a haunted house where the Doctor and his friends are confronted by Dracula and Frankenstein's Monster...and then the Daleks appear.

Season 2, Episode 34: The Death of Doctor Who

19 June 1965
With Vicki trapped on board the Dalek time machine, the Doctor, Ian and Barbara decide to make their stand on the planet Mechanus.

Season 2, Episode 35: The Planet of Decision

26 June 1965
The Doctor and his friends are taken into the Mechanoid City but their troubles are far from over...especially when the Daleks launch an attack.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Peter Hawkins ... Daleks (voice)
David Graham ... Daleks / Mechonoid (voice)
Robert Jewell ... Dalek
Kevin Manser ... Dalek
Gerald Taylor ... Dalek
Murray Grumbar ... Mechonoid (as Murphy Grumbar)
Jack Pitt ... Mechonoid
John Scott Martin ... Mechonoid
Ken Tyllssen ... Mechonoid (as Ken Tyllson)
Derek Ware ... Bus Conductor (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 36: The Watcher

3 July 1965
The Doctor, Vicki, and Steven Taylor, go to 1066 England, but something doesn't seem right including modern inventions like a Gramaphone and electricity. Could there be another Time Lord?

Season 2, Episode 37: The Meddling Monk

10 July 1965
The Doctor is being held prisoner by the Monk and Steven and Vicki's search for him brings them to the Saxon village.But a greater danger threatens when a Viking raiding party arrives.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who (voice)
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Peter Purves ... Steven
Peter Butterworth ... Monk
Peter Russell ... Eldred
Michael Miller ... Wulnoth
Alethea Charlton ... Edith
Norman Hartley ... Ulf
Geoffrey Cheshire ... Viking Leader
Dave Anderson ... Sven (as David Anderson)
Ronald Rich ... Gunnar the Giant
Peter Brooks ... Saxon (uncredited)
Derek Chafer ... Saxon (uncredited)
Dougie Dean ... Saxon (uncredited)
John Evans ... Saxon (uncredited)
Ken McGarvie ... Saxon (uncredited)
Vic Taylor ... Saxon (uncredited)
Lyn Turner ... Saxon (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 38: A Battle of Wits

17 July 1965
The Doctor manages to escape from his cell and get the upper hand on the Monk but his plans are derailed when Sven and Ulf arrive at the monastery.

Season 2, Episode 39: Checkmate

24 July 1965
The Doctor finally discovers what the Monk is up to and must move fast to prevent his opponent from altering the course of history.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Peter Butterworth ... Monk
Dave Anderson ... Sven (as David Anderson)
Peter Russell ... Eldred
Norman Hartley ... Ulf
Michael Miller ... Wulnoth
Alethea Charlton ... Edith
Derek Chafer ... Saxon warrior (uncredited)
Tim Condren ... Saxon warrior (uncredited)
Dougie Dean ... Saxon warrior (uncredited)
Ken McGarvie ... Saxon warrior (uncredited)
Vic Taylor ... Saxon warrior (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Four Hundred Dawns

11 September 1965
After an encounter with a hostile robot called a Chumblie, the Doctor and his companions are rescued by a group of female Drahvins.

Season 3, Episode 2: Trap of Steel

18 September 1965
With the knowledge that the planet will be destroyed in two days, the Drahvins instruct the Doctor to help them steal the Rills' ship.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Stephanie Bidmead ... Maaga
Marina Martin ... Drahvin One
Susanna Carroll ... Drahvin Two
Lyn Ashley ... Drahvin Three
Willie Shearer ... Chumbley Operator (as William Shearer)
Angelo Muscat ... Chumbley Operator

Season 3, Episode 3: Air Lock

25 September 1965
The Doctor and Vicki encounter the Rills and learn the situation is more complex than they thought while Steven finds the Drahvins' hospitality ever more perilous.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Stephanie Bidmead ... Maaga
Marina Martin ... Drahvin One
Susanna Carroll ... Drahvin Two
Lyn Ashley ... Drahvin Three
Robert Cartland ... Rill Voice (voice)
Willie Shearer ... Chumbley Operator (as William Shearer)
Angelo Muscat ... Chumbley Operator
Pepe Poupee ... Chumbley Operator (as Pepi Poupee)
Bill Lodge ... Rill (uncredited)
Tommy Reynolds ... Chumbley Operator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Exploding Planet

2 October 1965
The Doctor and Vicki enlist the aid of the Chumblies to rescue Steven from the Drahvins and then find a way off the planet before its destruction.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Stephanie Bidmead ... Maaga
Marina Martin ... Drahvin One
Susanna Carroll ... Drahvin Two
Lyn Ashley ... Drahvin Three
Robert Cartland ... Rill Voice (voice)
Barry Jackson ... Jeff Garvey
Angelo Muscat ... Chumbley Operator
Willie Shearer ... Chumbley Operator (as William Shearer)
Pepe Poupee ... Chumbley Operator (as Pepi Poupee)
Tommy Reynolds ... Chumbley Operator

Season 3, Episode 5: Mission to the Unknown

9 October 1965
Whilst The Doctor, Steven and Vicki are traveling to their next destination. On the planet Kembel, Marc Cory, a Space Security Service agent discovers The Daleks are attending a secret meeting with their allies. Where Cory discovers the Dalek's evil plan, which sets the stage for the epic 14-part adventure "The Dalek Master Plan".

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who (credit only)
Barry Jackson ... Jeff Garvey
Edward de Souza ... Marc Cory
Jeremy Young ... Gordon Lowery
Robert Cartland ... Malpha
David Graham ... Daleks (voice)
Peter Hawkins ... Daleks (voice)
Robert Jewell ... Dalek Operator
Kevin Manser ... Dalek Operator
John Scott Martin ... Dalek Operator
Gerald Taylor ... Dalek Operator
Johnnie Clayton ... Alien Delegate (uncredited)
Pat Gorman ... Planetarian (uncredited)
Sam Mansary ... Alien Delegate (uncredited)
Roy Reeves ... Varga Plant (uncredited)
Ronald Rich ... Trantis (uncredited)
Len Russell ... Alien Delegate (uncredited)
Tony Starn ... Varga Plant (uncredited)
Leslie Weekes ... Varga Plant (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Temple of Secrets

16 October 1965
The TARDIS lands in the middle of the Trojan War, where the Doctor is mistaken for the god Zeus.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Cavan Kendall ... Achilles
Alan Haywood ... Prince Hector
Ivor Salter ... Odysseus
Francis De Wolff ... Agamemnon
Jack Melford ... Menelaus
Tutte Lemkow ... Cyclops
Paul Barnes ... Soldier (uncredited)
Michelle Barry ... Girl Servant (uncredited)
Peter Blair-Stewart ... Soldier (uncredited)
Derek Chafer ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
John Freeman ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Pat Gorman ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
James Hamilton ... Soldier (uncredited)
Tony Hennessy ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Peter Roy ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Russell Scott ... Soldier (uncredited)
Michael Stevens ... Soldier (uncredited)
Steve Ubels ... Boy Servant (uncredited)
Gary Wyler ... Soldier (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Small Prophet, Quick Return

23 October 1965
While Odysseus forces the Doctor to find a way to win the war, Steven decides to get himself taken prisoner in order to enter Troy and find Vicki and the TARDIS.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Max Adrian ... King Priam
Barrie Ingham ... Prince Paris
Francis De Wolff ... Agamemnon
Ivor Salter ... Odysseus
Frances White ... Cassandra
Tutte Lemkow ... Cyclops
Jon Luxton ... Messenger
Gerry Alexander ... Trojan Man (uncredited)
Ian Anton ... Extra (uncredited)
Victor Bailey ... Extra (uncredited)
Margaret Bass ... Trojan Woman (uncredited)
Eric Blackburn ... Extra (uncredited)
Lesley Bryan ... Trojan Man (uncredited)
James Duggan ... Trojan Guard (uncredited)
David Greneau ... Extra (uncredited)
Walter Henry ... Extra (uncredited)
John Joyce ... Extra (uncredited)
Ricky Lansing ... Trojan Guard (uncredited)
John Moore ... Trojan Man (uncredited)
Michael Osborne ... Extra (uncredited)
Darroll Richards ... Extra (uncredited)
Jack Rowlands ... Extra (uncredited)
Joanna Smithers ... Trojan Woman (uncredited)
Cara Stevens ... Trojan Woman (uncredited)
Doreen Ubels ... Trojan Woman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Death of a Spy

30 October 1965
With Steven and Vicki being held prisoner by the Trojans, the Doctor's only hope of seeing them again is to suggest the idea of the Trojan Horse.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Ivor Salter ... Odysseus
Frances White ... Cassandra
Max Adrian ... King Priam
Barrie Ingham ... Prince Paris
Francis De Wolff ... Agamemnon
Jack Melford ... Menelaus
Tutte Lemkow ... Cyclops
James Lynn ... Troilus
Gerry Alexander ... Trojan Man (uncredited)
Lesley Bryan ... Trojan Man (uncredited)
Derek Chafer ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Norton Clarke ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Peter Day ... Trojan Soldier (uncredited)
James Duggan ... Trojan Guard (uncredited)
John Freeman ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Pat Gorman ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Graham Hardy ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Tony Hennessy ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Ricky Lansing ... Trojan Guard (uncredited)
Steve Pokol ... Trojan Soldier (uncredited)
Mike Reid ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Peter Roy ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Donald Symons ... Trojan Soldier (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Horse of Destruction

6 November 1965
The Doctor waits inside the Trojan Horse for a chance to reach his companions but Steven's assumed identity as a Greek soldier and Vicki's growing feelings for Troilus endanger their escape.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Max Adrian ... King Priam
Ivor Salter ... Odysseus
Frances White ... Cassandra
Barrie Ingham ... Prince Paris
Cavan Kendall ... Achilles
James Lynn ... Troilus
Adrienne Hill ... Katarina
Gerry Alexander ... Trojan Soldier (uncredited)
Lesley Bryan ... Trojan Soldier (uncredited)
Ralph Carrigan ... Extra (uncredited)
Derek Chafer ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Norton Clarke ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Roy Douglas ... Extra (uncredited)
Pat Gorman ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Daphne Green ... Trojan Woman (uncredited)
Graham Hardy ... Greek Soldier (uncredited)
Mary McMillan ... Trojan Woman (uncredited)
Christopher Stephens ... Extra (uncredited)
Beverley Stevens ... Trojan Woman (uncredited)
Derek Ware ... Trojan Soldier (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Nightmare Begins

13 November 1965
The Doctor runs afoul of the Daleks and Special Security Agent Bret Vyon on the planet Kembel.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Adrienne Hill ... Katarina
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Brian Cant ... Kert Gantry

Nicholas Courtney ... Bret Vyon
Pamela Greer ... Lizan
Philip Anthony ... Roald
Kevin Stoney ... Mavic Chen
Michael Guest ... Interviewer
Peter Hawkins ... Daleks (voice)
David Graham ... Daleks (voice)
Robert Jewell ... Dalek
Kevin Manser ... Dalek
Gerald Taylor ... Dalek
John Scott Martin ... Dalek
Ashley Bowring ... Technix (uncredited)
John Cam ... Technix (uncredited)
Hugh Cecil ... Technix (uncredited)
David Freed ... Technix (uncredited)
Gary Peller ... Technix (uncredited)
Dennis Tate ... Technix (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Day of Armageddon

20 November 1965
The Doctor infiltrates the Daleks' conference to try and discover their plans, leaving Steven, Katarina and Bret to find a way off the planet.

Season 3, Episode 12: Devil's Planet

27 November 1965
The Doctor and his friends escape Kembel in the Spar ship but the Daleks force them down on the planet Desperus, where they are threatened by a group of convicts.

Season 3, Episode 13: The Traitors

4 December 1965
With Katarina being held hostage, the Doctor, Steven and Bret are in danger of having to given in to Kirksen's demands, while, on Earth, Chen has them listed as traitors.

Season 3, Episode 14: Counter Plot

11 December 1965
The Doctor, Steven and Sara are accidentally transported to the planet Mira where Chen sends the Daleks after them.

Season 3, Episode 15: Coronas of the Sun

18 December 1965
The Doctor, Steven and Sara escape Mira in a Dalek pursuit ship but when they find the ship is returning to Kembel, they are forced to come up with a new plan to avoid the Daleks.

Season 3, Episode 16: The Feast of Steven

25 December 1965
The Doctor, Steven and Sara visit a Liverpool police station on Christmas Day and a Hollywood film set during the 1920s.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor

Jean Marsh ... Sara Kingdom
Clifford Earl ... Station Sergeant

Norman Mitchell ... First Policeman
Malcolm Rogers ... Second Policeman
Kenneth Thornett ... Detective-Inspector
Reg Pritchard ... Man in Mackintosh
Sheila Dunn ... Blossom Lefavre
Leonard Grahame ... Darcy Tranton
Royston Tickner ... Steinberger P. Green
Conrad Monk ... Assistant Director
David James ... Arab Sheikh
Paula Topham ... Vamp
Robert Jewell ... Clown (as Robert G. Jewell)
Albert Barrington ... Professor Webster
Bryan Mosley ... Prop Man (as Buddy Windrush)
Stephen Machin ... Cameraman (as Steve Machin)
Harry Davis ... Makeup Man (uncredited)
William Hall ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Jack Le White ... Knopf's Cameraman (uncredited)
Malcolm Leopold ... Keystone Cop (uncredited)
M.J. Matthews ... Charlie Chaplin Lookalike (uncredited)
Jean Pastell ... Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Paul Sarony ... Keystone Cop (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Volcano

1 January 1966
The Daleks realise the Doctor has given them a fake Taranium Core while, on the planet Tigus, the Doctor encounters the Meddling Monk.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor

Jean Marsh ... Sara Kingdom
Kevin Stoney ... Mavic Chen
Roy Evans ... Trantis
Terence Woodfield ... Celation
Peter Butterworth ... The Meddling Monk
Roger Brierley ... Trevor
Bruce Wightman ... Scott
Gerald Taylor ... Dalek
Kevin Manser ... Dalek
John Scott Martin ... Dalek
Robert Jewell ... Dalek
Peter Hawkins ... Daleks (voice)
David Graham ... Daleks (voice)
John Bohea ... Cricketer / Reveller (uncredited)
Andrea Cameron ... Reveller (uncredited)
Peter Holmes ... Cricketer / Reveller (uncredited)
Pat McDermott ... Reveller (uncredited)
Ken McGarvie ... Cricketer / Reveller (uncredited)
Geoffrey Witherick ... Cricketer / Reveller (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Golden Death

8 January 1966
The Doctor, Steven and Sara travel to Ancient Egypt, pursued by both the Daleks and the Meddling Monk.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor

Jean Marsh ... Sara Kingdom
Kevin Stoney ... Mavic Chen
Peter Butterworth ... The Meddling Monk
Jeffrey Isaac ... Khepren
Derek Ware ... Tuthmos
Walter Randall ... Hyksos
Robert Jewell ... Dalek
Kevin Manser ... Dalek
John Scott Martin ... Dalek
Gerald Taylor ... Dalek
Peter Hawkins ... Daleks (voice)
David Graham ... Daleks (voice)
Dave Anderson ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
David Brewster ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
John Caesar ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Steven Campbell ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Bruno Castagnoli ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Agit Chauhan ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
John Crawford ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Peter Johnson ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Anthony Lang ... Egyptian Slave (uncredited)
Terry Leigh ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Kevin Leslie ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Eric Mills ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Valentino Musetti ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Lew Russell ... Egyptian Slave (uncredited)
Keith Sanderson ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
David Sharat ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Rocky Taylor ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Gerry Videl ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Escape Switch

15 January 1966
Steven, Sara and the Monk are captured by the Daleks in order to force the Doctor to hand over the Taranium Core.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor

Jean Marsh ... Sara Kingdom
Kevin Stoney ... Mavic Chen
Peter Butterworth ... The Meddling Monk
Jeffrey Isaac ... Kephren
Derek Ware ... Tuthmos
Walter Randall ... Hyksos
Gerald Taylor ... Dalek
Kevin Manser ... Dalek
John Scott Martin ... Dalek
Robert Jewell ... Dalek
Peter Hawkins ... Daleks (voice)
David Graham ... Daleks (voice)
Andrew Andreas ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Paul Bahadur ... Egyptian Slave (uncredited)
John Daye ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Ali Hassan ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Clay Hunter ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Anthony Lang ... Egyptian Slave (uncredited)
Michael Lawrence ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Ray Marioni ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Valentino Musetti ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Barry Noble ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Paul Sinclair ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Alan Walling ... Egyptian Warrior (uncredited)
Glen Whitter ... Egyptian Slave (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: The Abandoned Planet

22 January 1966
The Doctor, Steven and Sara reach Kembel where they find the Daleks have betrayed their allies and imprisoned them.

Season 3, Episode 21: Destruction of Time

29 January 1966
With the Daleks poised to invade the solar system, the Doctor decides his only option is to activate the Time Destructor prematurely, threatening the entire planet.

Season 3, Episode 22: War of God

5 February 1966
The TARDIS lands in sixteenth century Paris and Steven becomes involved with a group of Huguenots.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who / The Abbot of Amboise
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
David Weston ... Nicholas Muss
Annette Robertson ... Anne Chaplet (as Annette Robinson)
Eric Thompson ... Gaston de Levis, Viscount de Leran
John Tillinger ... Simon Duval
Edwin Finn ... Landlord
Chris Tranchell ... Roger Colbert (as Christopher Tranchell)
Erik Chitty ... Charles Preslin
Clive Cazes ... Captain of the Guard
Reginald Jessup ... Servant
Robert Bartlett ... Young Boy (uncredited)
John Beerbohm ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Jean Channon ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
Les Conrad ... Tavern Customer (uncredited)
Reg Cranfield ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Peter Day ... Tavern Customer (uncredited)
Ken Dougall ... Tavern Customer (uncredited)
Charles Erskine ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Susan Farr ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
Elizabeth Forbes ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
Charles Gilbert ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
David J. Grahame ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Edward Granville ... Tavern Customer (uncredited)
Katie Heal ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
Emmett Hennessy ... Tavern Customer (uncredited)
Bill Howes ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Susan Lane ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
John Lawrence ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Ken McGarvie ... Tavern Customer (uncredited)
Charles O'Rourke ... Tavern Customer (uncredited)
David Olive ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Dennis Plenty ... Tavern Customer (uncredited)
John Pollock ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Frederick Rawlings ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Darroll Richards ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
David Ronowski ... Tavern Customer (uncredited)
Ernest Smith ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Tom Sye ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Valerie Taylor ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
Vic Taylor ... Cardinal's Guard (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: The Sea Beggar

12 February 1966
While trying to find the Doctor, Steven discovers a conspiracy to assassinate a man known as the Sea Beggar.

Season 3, Episode 24: Priest of Death

19 February 1966
Steven has discovered the identity of the Sea Beggar, but can he warn the Huguenots in time?

William Hartnell ... The Abbot of Amboise
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor

André Morell ... Marshal Gaspard de Saux-Tavannes
Leonard Sachs ... Admiral Gaspard de Coligny
David Weston ... Nicholas Muss
Annette Robertson ... Anne Chaplet (as Annette Robinson)
Chris Tranchell ... Roger Colbert (as Christopher Tranchell)
Clive Cazes ... Captain of the Guard
Reginald Jessup ... Servant
Cynthia Etherington ... Old Woman
Barry Justice ... King Charles IX
Joan Young ... Catherine de Medici
Michael Bilton ... Charles de Teligny
Norman Claridge ... Priest
Will Stampe ... 1st Man
Ernest Smith ... 2nd Man
Margo Abbot ... Parisian in Rue des Fosses St. Germain (uncredited)
Nigel Bernard ... Council Member (uncredited)
Andre Cameron ... Parisian in Rue des Fosses St. Germain (uncredited)
Ronald Campbell ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Norton Clarke ... Secretary (uncredited)
Declan Cuffe ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Eddie Davis ... Parisian in Rue des Fosses St. Germain (uncredited)
Elizabeth Digby-Smith ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
Leila Ford ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
Ursula Glanville ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
Jerry Holmes ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Harry Hynes ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Nigel James ... Guard (uncredited)
Yanos Jurchi ... Parisian in Rue des Fosses St. Germain (uncredited)
Ralph Katterns ... Parisian in Rue des Fosses St. Germain (uncredited)
Elaine Laniado ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
Pat Leclerc ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Derek Martin ... Parisian in Rue des Fosses St. Germain (uncredited)
Eric Mills ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Harry Mitchell ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Joanna Nelson ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)
Barry Noble ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Ricki Patterson ... Parisian in Rue des Fosses St. Germain (uncredited)
Robert Pearson ... Council Member (uncredited)
Edward Phillips ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Dennis Plenty ... Guard (uncredited)
George Romanov ... Usher (uncredited)
Len Russell ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Les Shannon ... Council Member (uncredited)
Valerie Stanton ... Parisian in Rue des Fosses St. Germain (uncredited)
Peter Stewart ... Parisian in Rue des Fosses St. Germain (uncredited)
Tom Sye ... Bondot (uncredited)
Fred Taylor ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
John Terrell ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Graham Tonbridge ... Council Member (uncredited)
Alan Wakeling ... Parisian Man (uncredited)
Marguerite Young ... Parisian Woman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: Bell of Doom

26 February 1966
Steven rejoins the Doctor and they leave Paris just ahead of the massacre, leaving Anne behind.

Season 3, Episode 26: The Steel Sky

5 March 1966
The Doctor, Steven and Dodo arrive on a giant spaceship millions of years in the future, transporting the last humans away from the doomed Earth.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who

Jackie Lane ... Dodo
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Eric Elliott ... Commander
Inigo Jackson ... Zentos
Roy Spencer ... Manyak
Kate Newman ... Mellium
Edmund Coulter ... 1st Monoid
Frank George ... 2nd Monoid
Mark Allington ... Guardian (uncredited)
Bernard Barnsley ... Monoid (uncredited)
Eric Blackburn ... Monoid (uncredited)
Raymond Byron ... Guardian (uncredited)
Terry Cashfield ... Guardian (uncredited)
Diana Chapman ... Guardian (uncredited)
Roy Douglas ... Guardian (uncredited)
Jackie Duval ... Guardian (uncredited)
Iris Fry ... Guardian (uncredited)
George Gibbs ... Guardian (uncredited)
Hazel Graham ... Guardian (uncredited)

Ron Gregory ... Guardian (uncredited)
David Greneau ... Defendant (uncredited)
Trevor Griffiths ... Guardian (uncredited)
Philip Harris ... Guardian (uncredited)
Philip Harris ... Guardian (uncredited)

Bill Hunter ... Guardian (uncredited)
Paul Johnson ... Guardian (uncredited)
Tony Kemp ... Guardian (uncredited)
Jacqueline Lewis ... Guardian (uncredited)
Sheelagh McGrath ... Guardian (uncredited)
Jackie Salt ... Guardian (uncredited)
Chris Webb ... Monoid (uncredited)
Judith Webb ... Guardian (uncredited)
Jan Williams ... Guardian (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 27: The Plague

12 March 1966
With the Ark infected with a cold virus, the Doctor must convince the Guardians to trust him so he can find a cure.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Inigo Jackson ... Zentos
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor

Jackie Lane ... Dodo
Kate Newman ... Mellium
Eric Elliott ... Commander
Roy Spencer ... Manyak

Michael Sheard ... Rhos
Ian Frost ... Baccu
Stephanie Heesom ... 1st Guardian
Paul Greenhalgh ... 2nd Guardian
Edmund Coulter ... 1st Monoid
Frank George ... 2nd Monoid
Mark Allington ... Guardian (uncredited)
Bernard Barnsley ... Monoid (uncredited)
Eric Blackburn ... Monoid (uncredited)
Raymond Byron ... Guardian (uncredited)
Terry Cashfield ... Guardian (uncredited)
Diana Chapman ... Guardian (uncredited)
Roy Douglas ... Guardian (uncredited)
Jackie Duval ... Guardian (uncredited)
George Gibbs ... Guardian (uncredited)
Hazel Graham ... Guardian (uncredited)

Ron Gregory ... Guardian (uncredited)
Trevor Griffiths ... Guardian (uncredited)
Philip Harris ... Guardian (uncredited)

Bill Hunter ... Guardian (uncredited)
Paul Johnson ... Guardian (uncredited)
Tony Kemp ... Guardian (uncredited)
Jacqueline Lewis ... Guardian (uncredited)
Sheelagh McGrath ... Guardian (uncredited)
Jackie Salt ... Guardian (uncredited)
Chris Webb ... Monoid (uncredited)
Judith Webb ... Guardian (uncredited)
Jan Williams ... Guardian (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 28: The Return

19 March 1966
The Doctor, Steven and Dodo have traveled 700 years into the future and find that the Ark is now under the control of the Monoids as it approaches Refusis.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor

Jackie Lane ... Dodo
Terence Woodfield ... Maharis
Ralph Carrigan ... Monoid Two

Terence Bayler ... Yendom
Edmund Coulter ... Monoid One
Brian Wright ... Dassuk
Eileen Helsby ... Venussa
Frank George ... Monoid Three
Roy Skelton ... Monoids (voice)
John Halstead ... Monoids (voice)
Richard Beale ... Refusian (voice)
Bernard Barnsley ... Monoid (uncredited)
Andrea Beddows ... Guardian (uncredited)
Eric Blackburn ... Monoid (uncredited)
Rosemary Chalmers ... Guardian (uncredited)
Royston Farrell ... Guardian (uncredited)
Deryn Fisher ... Guardian (uncredited)
Paul Linley ... Guardian (uncredited)
Rosemary Lord ... Guardian (uncredited)
Dennis Marlowe ... Monoid (uncredited)
John Moyes ... Guardian (uncredited)
Victor Munt ... Guardian (uncredited)
Sara Negus ... Guardian (uncredited)
Alan Norburn ... Guardian (uncredited)
Michael Osborne ... Guardian (uncredited)
Chris Webb ... Monoid (uncredited)
Gloria Williams ... Guardian (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 29: The Bomb

26 March 1966
The Monoids abandon the Ark, leaving Steven and the Guardians to die, but a mutiny in their ranks may give the Doctor a chance to bring about peace.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Edmund Coulter ... Monoid One

Jackie Lane ... Dodo
Frank George ... Monoid Three
John Caesar ... Monoid Four
Eileen Helsby ... Venussa
Brian Wright ... Dassuk
Terence Woodfield ... Maharis
Richard Beale ... Refusian (voice)
Roy Skelton ... Monoids (voice)
John Halstead ... Monoids (voice)
Bernard Barnsley ... Monoid (uncredited)
Andrea Beddows ... Guardian (uncredited)
Eric Blackburn ... Monoid (uncredited)
Rosemary Chalmers ... Guardian (uncredited)
Royston Farrell ... Guardian (uncredited)
Deryn Fisher ... Guardian (uncredited)
Paul Linley ... Guardian (uncredited)
Rosemary Lord ... Guardian (uncredited)
Dennis Marlowe ... Monoid (uncredited)
John Moyes ... Guardian (uncredited)
Victor Munt ... Guardian (uncredited)
Sara Negus ... Guardian (uncredited)
Alan Norburn ... Guardian (uncredited)
Michael Osborne ... Guardian (uncredited)
Bill Richards ... Monoid (uncredited)
Chris Webb ... Monoid (uncredited)
Gloria Williams ... Guardian (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 30: The Celestial Toyroom

2 April 1966
The Doctor, Steven and Dodo arrive in the realms of the Celestial Toymaker, who forces them to play his deadly games.

Season 3, Episode 31: The Hall of Dolls

9 April 1966
While the Doctor continues to play the Trilogic Game with the Toymaker, Steven and Dodo are involved in a deadly game of musical chairs.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who (voice)
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor

Jackie Lane ... Dodo

Michael Gough ... Toymaker
Campbell Singer ... King of Hearts
Carmen Silvera ... Queen of Hearts
Peter Stephens ... Knave of Hearts / Cyril
Reg Lever ... Joker
Beryl Braham ... Dancer (uncredited)
Ann Harrison ... Dancer (uncredited)
Delia Linden ... Dancer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 32: The Dancing Floor

16 April 1966
Steven and Dodo are forced to cross the dancing floor, where the Toymaker's dolls plan to force them to dance for eternity.

Season 3, Episode 33: The Final Test

23 April 1966
As the Doctor nears the end of his game against the Toymaker, Steven and Dodo take on Cyril in a lethal game of hopscotch to try and recover the TARDIS.

Season 3, Episode 34: A Holiday for the Doctor

30 April 1966
The TARDIS arrives in Tombstone, Arizona in 1891. Where the Doctor is looking for a dentist when he has a toothache, where The Doctor finds the local dentist is the famous Doc Holliday who is in a feud with The Clanton Brothers and their hired gunfighter Johnny Ringo, whilst local sheriff Wyatt Earp is trying to keep the peace. The Doctor, Steven and Dodo find themselves joining forces with The Clanton Brothers and Sheriff Wyatt Earp.

Season 3, Episode 35: Don't Shoot the Pianist

7 May 1966
With the Clantons believing the Doctor to be Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp takes him into protective custody but this leaves Steven and Dodo in danger.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Hurndell ... Ike Clanton
Maurice Good ... Phineas Clanton
David Cole ... Billy Clanton

Shane Rimmer ... Seth Harper
Peter Purves ... Steven

Jackie Lane ... Dodo
David Graham ... Charlie
Anthony Jacobs ... Doc. Holliday
Sheena Marshe ... Kate
John Alderson ... Wyatt Earp
Richard Beale ... Bat Masterson
Lynda Baron ... Singer (voice)
Mark Allington ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
John Caesar ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Derek Chafer ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Reg Cranfield ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Roy Curtis ... Cowboy (uncredited)
John De Marco ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
John Doye ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Jackie Ho ... Chinese Storekeeper (uncredited)
Maureen Lane ... Brassy Bar Girl (uncredited)
Kevin Leslie ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Maureen Nelson ... Brassy Bar Girl (uncredited)
Les Shannon ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Bill Smith ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Jane Tucker ... Settler's Daughter (uncredited)
Marguerite Young ... Settler's Wife (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 36: Johnny Ringo

14 May 1966
Earp comes to Steven's rescue and arrests Phineas Clanton, prompting the Clantons to decide to enlist the help of Johnny Ringo.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Hurndell ... Ike Clanton
David Cole ... Billy Clanton
Maurice Good ... Phineas Clanton
Peter Purves ... Steven
John Alderson ... Wyatt Earp
Richard Beale ... Bat Masterson
David Graham ... Charlie
Reed De Rouen ... Pa Clanton
Anthony Jacobs ... Doc. Holliday
Sheena Marshe ... Kate

Jackie Lane ... Dodo
Laurence Payne ... Johnny Ringo
Martyn Huntley ... Warren Earp
Lynda Baron ... Singer (voice)
Antony Billing ... Mexican Cowboy
Edward Chookan ... Chinese Storekeeper
Jonas Kurchi ... Lynch Mob Member
Edwina Salmon ... Settler's Daughter
Vilma Stuttle ... Brassy Bar Girl
Mark Allington ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
John Caesar ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Derek Chafer ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Reg Cranfield ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Roy Curtis ... Cowboy (uncredited)
John De Marco ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
John Doye ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Jackie Ho ... Chinese Storekeeper (uncredited)
Maureen Lane ... Brassy Bar Girl (uncredited)
Kevin Leslie ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Maureen Nelson ... Brassy Bar Girl (uncredited)
Les Shannon ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Bill Smith ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Jane Tucker ... Settler's Daughter (uncredited)
Marguerite Young ... Settler's Wife (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 37: The O.K. Corral

21 May 1966
The Clantons have shot Warren Earp, leading to a showdown between the two families with the Doctor powerless to prevent bloodshed.

Season 3, Episode 38: The Savages: Episode 1

28 May 1966
The Doctor, Steven and Dodo arrive in the far future and are welcomed by the advanced civilisation of the Elders but soon begin to suspect they are hiding a secret.

William Hartnell ... Dr. Who

Jackie Lane ... Dodo
Peter Purves ... Steven Taylor
Ewen Solon ... Chal

Patrick Godfrey ... Tor

Peter Thomas ... Captain Edal
Geoffrey Frederick ... Exorse
Frederick Jaeger ... Jano
Robert Sidaway ... Avon
Kay Patrick ... Flower
Clare Jenkins ... Nanina
Norman Henry ... Senta
Edward Caddick ... Wylda
Keith Ashley ... Extra (uncredited)
Peter Baldwin ... Child (uncredited)
David Billa ... Extra (uncredited)
Denise Brown ... Child (uncredited)
Bill Burridge ... Extra (uncredited)
Joan Gennele Dixon ... Extra (uncredited)
Alex Donald ... Extra (uncredited)
Tony Douglas ... Elder (uncredited)
Michael Earl ... Extra (uncredited)
Nicholas Edwards ... Elder (uncredited)
Royston Farrell ... Elder (uncredited)
Fiona Fraser ... Elder (uncredited)
Keith Goodman ... Extra (uncredited)
Scot Hamilton ... Extra (uncredited)
Gordon Lang ... Extra (uncredited)
Frances Machin ... Child (uncredited)
Tony Maddison ... Extra (uncredited)
Olive McNeil ... Extra (uncredited)
Bartlett Mullins ... Elder (uncredited)
Robert Pitt ... Extra (uncredited)
John Raven ... Savage (uncredited)
Christine Wass ... Elder (uncredited)
Lionel Wheeler ... Elder (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 39: The Savages: Episode 2

4 June 1966
The Doctor, Steven and Dodo investigate why there are Savages in the Elders' city and uncover the true price of the Elders' perfect society.

Season 3, Episode 40: The Savages: Episode 3

11 June 1966
The Doctor has been subjected to the Elders' extraction process and Steven and Dodo must return to their city to rescue him.