Doctor Who (1963)

Season 8 Episode 15

Colony in Space, Episode One

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Apr 10, 1971 on BBC
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Colony in Space, Episode One
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The planet Uxarieus, in the year 2472. The Time Lords temporarily reactivate the TARDIS to allow the Doctor and Jo to travel here. They find colonists from Earth struggling to survive on a desolate world, with the rapacious miners of IMC attempting to drive them away. But what happened to the planet's original inhabitants?

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    John Baker

    John Baker

    Time Lord

    Guest Star

    John Line

    John Line

    Martin

    Guest Star

    David Webb

    David Webb

    Leeson

    Guest Star

    Graham Leaman

    Graham Leaman

    Time Lord

    Recurring Role

    Peter Forbes-Robertson

    Peter Forbes-Robertson

    Time Lord

    Recurring Role

    John Scott Martin

    John Scott Martin

    Robot

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (3)

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Jo: I don't believe it! It's bigger inside than out!
        The Doctor: Yes. That's because the TARDIS is dimensionally transcendental.
        Jo: What does that mean?
        The Doctor: It means that it's bigger inside than out.

    • NOTES (4)

      • Video: Doctor Who: Colony in Space released as part of Doctor Who: The Master Boxed Set (BBCV 7175) in November 2001. Doctor Who: Colony in Space released in U.S.A./Canada (Warner Home Video E1728) in January 2003.

      • The Doctor gets to leave Earth (at least for a while) for the first time since his exile began well over a year ago.

      • Novelisation: Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon by Malcolm Hulke (ISBN 0 426 10372 6) first published by Tandem in 1974.

      • The BBC wiped the masters of all six episodes of this serial some time before 1978. Only monochrome telerecordings made for the export market remained until 1983, when Canadian TV station TV Ontario returned their colour videotapes of all the episodes.

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