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The sixty-eighth issue of the Doctor Who DVD Files - "The Ultimate Build-up Doctor Who Encyclopaedia" had a cover date of 10 August 2011.

Contents Edit

Collectable loose leaf pages divided into seven categories that could be filed accordingly.

The Woman
Meet the mysterious lady who appeared to Wilf...
The Preachers
The brave few who stood up to the mighty Cybus Industries.
Regenerating Angels
Take a look at the Weeping Angels on Alfava Metraxis, just don't blink!
Kazran Sardick
Understand the bitterness of this lonely old man...
Part 68: Going Mentor!
Find out what it was like to play a giant alien slug!
Discover the inner workings of the early Daleks.
Vengeance on Varos
The Doctor and Peri enter a world of television horror!
Plan a trip to the planet where torture and death are entertainment.
Part 17: Art and Music
The Doctor's adventures on Earth lead him to Vincent van Gogh.

DVD release (with cover blurb) Edit

Each issue came with a DVD release.
Reversible DVD sleeves enabled the collector to display one of two designs featuring either the Doctor and his enemies or his companions.
"When did they last show something worth watching?"
The TARDIS runs out of Zelton-7, a valuable ore found on the planet Varos. When the Doctor and Peri arrive on the world they find a sick and sickening society in the grip of the corrupt Galatron Mining Corporation. Before long the time travellers find themselves on the run in the Punishment Dome, a place where rebels are executed live on television for the pleasure of the Varosian people. Who is Sil and what is his agenda? Will Peri be transformed into a bird by the sadistic Quillam? And can the Doctor avoid a hanging on prime-time TV?

Notable information Edit

  • Raaga was a Terileptil prison planet, used by the people of Hakol to mine tinclavic.
  • The planet Varos, in the constellation of Cetes, was a former planet for the criminally insane, and had no indigenous vegetation or animal life.
  • Zeiton-7 is found on the planet Varos and on the asteroid Biosculptor.
  • Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol in 1843.
  • In the 1996 Decalog 3 short stories collection, writer Steven Moffat contributed a story called Continuity Errors, a story in which the Seventh Doctor went back into somebody's earlier life (in this case a librarian's), changing events that would change what sort of person they became in later years. This is similar to the Eleventh Doctor's relationship with Kazran Sardick.

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