Well the first thing you can say is that this is not that interesting. You could say it is rather dull. But then would it ever be interesting given that it is covering a story that is well known as to its roots. At least Ed Stradling, who usually turns out decent documentaries, tries to make it more relevant to today with a few taped on references to New Who, undoubtedly part of 2Entertains efforts to make the old DVD's more accessible. However you feel this is all done in a rather token way as it does not in my view add to the documentary overall.
Probably the oddest thing about this documentary is interviewing an actor who appeared in it who is killed in the second minute on screen. I mean what on earth does he have to contribute. He probably was only there for the first day.
This is really one for the purist who knows little about this story. Wonder how many of them there are.
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