The series concludes with a celebration of the latest iteration of the Doctor, as played by Matt Smith. Smith and co-star Jenna Coleman join the regular contributors as they discuss an incarnation that is both world-weary and very human.moreless
In this special episode by the people behind The Doctors Revisited, cast and creators tell us everything we need to know about the Doctor: who he is, the nature of his relationships with his travelling companions, and his most celebrated foes.moreless
The Revisited team look back at the adventures in time and space of the tenth Doctor, played by David Tennant, and discuss how the show became a global phenomenon on his watch.
Doctor Who was relaunched in 2005, reimagined and retooled for the 21st Century, to critical acclaim and winning a new generation of fans. The Revisited team celebrate the return of an icon and Christopher Eccleston's radical new interpretation of the Doctor as a no-nonsense adventurer in time and space.moreless
After seven years in hiatus, Doctor Who returned to our television screens in 1996 in a one-off telemovie seen as a pilot for a possible new series. The Revisited team look back at Paul McGann's portrayal of the eighth Doctor, a new vision for the TARDIS interior and a new take on the Master. The usual contributors are joined by Daphne Ashbrook and Yee Jee Tso.moreless
Travel back in time with the Revisited team as they take a look at the seventh Doctor, as played by Sylvester McCoy. Contributors, including McCoy and companions Sophie Aldred and Bonnie Langford, explore the darker side of the Doctor's nature and some of his surreal escapades, and discuss the BBC's decision to put the show on hiatus.moreless
In 1984, the Doctor regenerated once more, into one of his most controversial personas. Join the Revisited team as they review the adventures in time and space of the eccentric sixth Doctor, played by Colin Baker. Contributors, including show stars Baker, Bonnie Langford and Nicola Bryant, look back at the Doctor's greatest foes, and the cancellation crisis.moreless
The Revisited team review the adventures in space and time of the fifth Doctor, played by Peter Davison, who brought a brand new take on our favorite Time Lord as the show adjusted to the 1980s. Contributors, including Davison and companions Sarah Sutton and Mark Strickson, consider the return of old foes the Master and the Cybermen, and the show's 20th anniversary celebrations.moreless
The Doctor finds himself the manipulated for once when someone abducts his friends from throughout time and space, luring him to the one place he can never go.
One of the Doctor's oldest enemies return when he and Clara visit Hedgework's World of Wonders for a holiday.
In Victorian Yorkshire, the Doctor and Clara investigate a series of strange deaths where the corpses are left with glowing red skin.
The Revisited team looks back to the era of the fourth, and longest serving, Doctor, played by Tom Baker, who brought a new and eccentric take on the Time Lord. Highlights include the first visit to the Doctor's homeworld, Gallifrey, and the introduction of Davros, the creator of the Daleks. Show star Tom Baker and companion Louise Jameson join the regular contributors.moreless
The TARDIS is on a countdown to disaster when it crashes, and the Doctor has 30 minutes to find Clara and stop an explosion that will destroy his ship.
In 1983, the Doctor and Clara land on a Russian nuclear submarine trapped beneath the Arctic ice. An alien stalks the boat and threatens to drive the crew to the brink of madness.moreless
The Doctor takes Clara to see the rings of the planet Akhaten and the Festival of Offerings. However, something stirs in a nearby pyramid and it demands a sacrificial offering,
A new decade, a new Doctor. And now in color! The Revisited team takes a nostalgic look back at the adventures of the third Doctor, played by Jon Pertwee, his role as scientific adviser to U.N.I.T., and the first appearance of the Master. Hugh Bonneville joins the regular contributors.moreless
The Doctor comes to modern-day Earth when Clara calls him through the TARDIS. They discover that someone--or something--is occupying the wi-fi networks of the world and harvesting human minds. Not because of hate or a desire for power, but because they care.moreless
In 1966, the Doctor Who production team decided to recast the show lead. The Revisited team looks back at the era of the new Doctor Who, played by Patrick Troughton, considering the impact of a new take on the character and the first appearance of the Cybermen. The regular contributors are joined by former companions Frazer Hines and Wendy Padbury.moreless
The Revisited team looks back at the adventures in time and space of the original Doctor Who, played by William Hartnell, with a first look at the TARDIS and the first appearance of the Daleks. Contributors include current show runner and lead writer, Stephen Moffat, tenth Doctor David Tennant, companion John Barrowman and executive producer Caroline Skinner.moreless
After the loss of Amy and Rory, the Doctor has withdrawn from the universe. But when Dr. Simeon threatens Earth with an army of icy snowmen, some old friends visit the Doctor and ask for his help.moreless
In New York, the Doctor, Amy, and Rory meet River, but the Weeping Angels threaten the city as time periods overlap and time runs out for two of the travelers.
The Doctor moves in with the Ponds while investigating millions of small black cubes that have invaded Earth but seem harmless.
When the Doctor, Amy, and Rory travel to the Old West, the Doctor finds himself chosen as marshal to deal with a ruthless gunslinging cyborg.
Rory is reunited with his father as the time travelers try to stop a spaceship full of dinosaurs from colliding with Earth.
The Daleks summon the Doctor, Amy, and Rory to help them by traveling to an ice planet on a perilous mission.
Moriarty embarks upon what may be the crime of the century, but breaking into H.M.P. Pentonville, the Tower of London, and the Bank of England is only the start. Sherlock must discover what his greatest foe is up to and stop him, but his reputation, and even his life, come under threat.moreless
Henry Knight claims that his father was killed by a monstrous creature at large in Dartmoor, and asks Sherlock for help. When he and John Watson arrive on the moors to investigate, they discover a top-secret army base may be connected to the death.moreless
The monarchy is threatened by some the emergence of some compromising photographs. Sherlock is soon on the case, and uncovers links with international terrorism and corruption in the British government. But to avert a royal scandal he must best Irene Adler, a woman every bit as brilliant as he is.moreless
During World War II, Madge Arwell and her children Lily and Cyril are forced to relocate to the countryside. They discover that their new home in Dorset has an eccentric caretaker... a man who calls himself "The Doctor."moreless