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5 Oct. 1988
Remembrance of the Daleks: Part One
The Doctor and Ace travel back to London in November 1963 and are caught in the middle of a Dalek civil war.
12 Oct. 1988
Remembrance of the Daleks: Part Two
With two factions of Daleks involved in a race war on Earth, the Doctor takes care of old business by having the Hand of Omega ceremoniously but quietly buried in a churchyard. His actions do not go unobserved, and leaving behind a bored Ace without a purposeful outlet could spell trouble as well.
19 Oct. 1988
Remembrance of the Daleks: Part Three
The Doctor plans to let one of the Dalek factions have the Hand of Omega (but not too easily, of course) while keeping Gilmore and his military men preoccupied in a safe territory, but that plan could be threatened by a mole in their midst and a miscalculation on the Doctor's part.
26 Oct. 1988
Remembrance of the Daleks: Part Four
The Imperial Dalek Emperor reveals himself to be an old, familiar adversary of the Doctor. Now with the Hand of Omega, the Imperial Daleks expect to rule over both time and the Time Lords. The only snag in the Doctor's plan to thwart this may come from the fascist mole in Gilmore's unit - discovered and detained but escaped to cause mischief, putting both Ace's life and the Doctor's plan at risk.
2 Nov. 1988
The Happiness Patrol: Part One
The Doctor and Ace arrive on the earth colony of Terra Alpha, a colony that is under the misguided dictatorship of Helen A. On Terra Alpha, sadness and misery are capital crimes, and "killjoys' (anyone who does not adhere to these strict laws) are executed on the spot by Helen A's secret police, a motley crew of female assassins known only as "The Happiness Patrol". The Doctor and Ace make it their mission to put a stop to Helen A's harsh regime, but that's all easier said than done. What with The Happiness Patrol, undercover snoop Silas P, and Helen A's carnivorous ...
9 Nov. 1988
The Happiness Patrol: Part Two
The Doctor and Earl manage to escape from the Kandy Man and join up with the planet's natives, the Pipe People, enlisting their help to rescue Ace.
16 Nov. 1988
The Happiness Patrol: Part Three
Helen A has sentenced Ace and Susan Q to the last show at the forum but the Doctor has a plan to rescue them and topple Helen A's regime.
23 Nov. 1988
Silver Nemesis: Part One
Earth faces imminent destruction. Nemesis, a comet containing a statue composed of validium (living metal) is due to strike, needing only its bow and arrow to achieve critical mass and become active. Four converging parties know of its power: The Doctor, Nazis assault troops from South America, a 17th century noblewoman steeped in the black arts (in whose image the Nemesis statue was fashioned), and discreet but lethal extra-terrestrials.
30 Nov. 1988
Silver Nemesis: Part Two
As hostilities break out between factions vying for ownership of the comet, the Doctor goes after the worst of the lot - Cybermen, using Ace's upgraded boom box to flood Cyber Communications with jazz music while trying to locate the whereabouts of the fleet beyond this mere scouting party.
7 Dec. 1988
Silver Nemesis: Part Three
With the Cyber Fleet poised nearby, the Doctor may have no choice but to let them have Nemesis. Meanwhile, Lady Peinforte and Richard navigate modern society, De Flores encounters an open betrayal, and Ace combats Cybermen with a slingshot.
14 Dec. 1988
The Greatest Show in the Galaxy: Part One
The Doctor and Ace visit the psychic circus on the planet Segonax and encounter the evil supernatural forces that really run it.
21 Dec. 1988
The Greatest Show in the Galaxy: Part Two
The Doctor and Ace reach the Psychic Circus, where the Doctor is imprisoned with the other contestants while Ace draws the attention of the Chief Clown.
28 Dec. 1988
The Greatest Show in the Galaxy: Part Three
Mags helps the Doctor escape and Deadbeat leads him to Ace, where Bellboy tells them what happened to the Psychic Circus.

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