Doctor Who: Season 10, Episode 16

Planet of the Daleks: Episode Two (14 Apr. 1973)

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The Doctor is captured by the Daleks, while Jo is rescued by a friendly Spridon named Wester.

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The Doctor is captured by the Daleks, while Jo is rescued by a friendly Spridon named Wester.

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This episode was watched by 10.7 million viewers on its original transmission. See more »

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It is supposed to be the jungle, but at various points, it can be seen that the actors are hiding behind groups of potted plants. See more »

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Dr. Who: Courage isn't just a matter of not being frightened, you know.
Codal: What is it, then?
Dr. Who: It's being afraid and doing what you have to do anyway, just as you did.
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Dalek story of good quality
19 October 2014 | by (South Wales, UK) – See all my reviews

Review of all 6 episodes:

Following on from the Daleks appearance in the final part of the previous story this story follows their latest plot to conquer the galaxy. The Doctor has been injured and calls for help from the Time Lords. They cause the TARDIS to travel to the planet where the Daleks are massing their army and perfecting their new weapons (including a power of invisibility). While The Doctor goes into a coma Jo ventures out onto the jungle like planet. They end up teaming up with a small group of Thals to try to stop the Daleks.

The story is very decent with excellent moments and a good helping of interesting action. There is good dialogue and acting and whilst far from perfect this is an enjoyable and good quality adventure. Parts 2 and 6 are the strongest episodes.


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