Doctor Who: Season 14 (1976)
Friday 21st February 2020
In 1976, Doctor Who took a dramatic new turn, electrifying audiences with changes in format, companion and appearance of the TARDIS. Season 14 saw the departure of the Doctor's long-term companion Sarah Jane Smith, and the introduction of Leela.
The season contains some of Tom Baker's most iconic serials, with intrepid investigations in Victorian London, deadly robots in a murderous whodunit, a return to the Doctor's homeworld, and one of the saddest goodbyes in Doctor Who history.
Producer Phillip Hinchliffe led Doctor Who through a creative high, joined by Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith, Louise Jameson as the Doctor's captivating new companion Leela and guests stars Tim Pigott-Smith, Stephen Thorne, Peter Pratt, Pamela Salem, David Collings, Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter.
With all episodes newly remastered from the best available sources, this Blu-ray box set, released 20th April 2020 from BBC Worldwide, also contains extensive and exclusive special features.
- Immersive 5.1 surround sound - The Deadly Assassin
- Brand new audio commentaries - Tom Baker and Matthew Sweet on selected episodes of The Face of Evil and The Talons of Weng-Chiang
- Behind the Sofa - New episodes with Tom Baker, Louise Jameson, Philip Hinchcliffe, plus companions Sophie Aldred and Peter Purves
- Our Sarah Jane - Elisabeth Sladen Tribute - A feature-length look at the life and career of Sarah Jane Smith, played by Elisabeth Sladen
- Whose Doctor Who Revisited - Toby Hadoke meets the producers and grown-up stars of the very first Who Documentary
- In Conversation - Matthew Sweet chats to producer Philip Hinchcliffe
- Blu-Ray trailer - Louise Jameson has trouble with her new home assistant
- Brand new interviews
- Rare archive material
- Convention footage
- HD photo galleries
- Scripts, costume designs, rare BBC production files and other gems from our PDF archive
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.