“The Reign of Terror” is the last adventure of the first season of “Doctor Who” classic series, which aired in 1964 featuring the First Doctor, Ian, Barbara and Susan. It follows “The Sensorites” and it’s a six parts adventure written by Dennis Spooner and directed by Henric Hirsch.
The First Doctor (William Hartnell), Susan (Carole Ann Ford), Ian (William Russell) and Barbara (Jacqueline Hill) arrive on Earth. They hoped to be back in London in the present of the two teachers, but after a brief exploration, they realize to be in France at the time of the infamous reign of terror.
The contact with local leads to separation of the Doctor from the rest of the group. Ian, Barbara and Susan are mistaken for counter-revolutionaries and taken to Paris, where they are imprisoned. If they can’t quickly find a way to escape from the prison they’ll be guillotined!
“The Ambassadors of Death” is an adventure of the seventh season of “Doctor Who” classic series, which aired in 1970 featuring the Third Doctor and Liz Shaw. It follows “The Silurians” and it’s a seven parts adventure written by David Whitaker and directed by Michael Ferguson.
“Image of the Fendahl” is an adventure of the fifteenth season of “Doctor Who” classic series, which aired in 1977 featuring the Fourth Doctor and Leela. It follows “The Invisible Enemy” and it’s a four parts adventure written by Chris Boucher and directed by George Spenton-Foster.
A group of scientists is carrying out tests on a human skull found in Kenya. According to the dating the skull is twelve million years old, defying all knowledge about human evolution. During a test, the skull appears to emit some kind of energy that connects to Thea Ransome, a scientist in the group.
The Tardis is attracted to Earth by the energy emission and the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker), concerned about the possible consequences, goes to investigate together with Leela (Louise Jameson) to prevent possible disasters. To achieve this he’ll have to face the Fendahl and the Fendahleen.
“Death to the Daleks” is an adventure of the eleventh season of “Doctor Who” classic series, which aired in 1974 featuring the Third Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith. It follows “Invasion of the Dinosaurs” and it’s a four parts adventure written by Terry Nation and directed by Michael E. Briant.
“The Five Doctors” is a special adventure between the 20th and the 21st season of “Doctor Who” classic series, which aired on November 25, 1983, featuring the First Doctor, the Second Doctor, the Third Doctor, the Fourth Doctor, the Fifth Doctor, Sarah Jane Smith, Susan and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart. It follows “The King’s Demons”, it was written by Terrance Dicks and directed by Peter Moffatt.