Doctor Who Series 1:
Episode 1: Rose; Written by Russell T.Davies; Directed by Keith Boak
Rose Tyler is just an ordinary shop worker living an ordinary life in 21st century Britain. But that life is turned upside down when a strange man calling himself The Doctor drags her into an alien invasion attempt!
Episode 2: The End of the World; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Euros Lyn;
The Doctor takes Rose on her first trip through time to the year five billion, where they join a group of alien delegates preparing to watch the Earth being consumed by the sun. But there's a traitor on board who's prepared to kill them all...
Episode 3: The Unquiet Dead; Written by Mark Gatiss; Directed by Euros Lyn;
The Doctor has great expectations for his latest adventure when he and Rose join forces with Charles Dickens to investigate a mysterious plague of zombies.
Episode 4: Aliens of London; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Keith Boak;
The Doctor returns Rose to her own time - well, sort of - but her family reunion is ruined when a spaceship crashes in the middle of London. What is the origin of the spaceship, and where has the Prime Minister gone in this time of crisis?
Episode 5: World War Three; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Keith Boak;
The fiendish Slitheen have been unmasked as the ones who crashed the spaceship into London as part of a ruse to trigger World War Three. But how can The Doctor save the planet when he's trapped inside a locked room?
Episode 6: Dalek; Written by Robert Shearman; Directed by Joe Ahearne;
The Doctor becomes the main exhibit at a billionaire's alien museum in Utah. But there's something else in there with them - the last member of the most vicious, evil species in the galaxy, and if The Doctor can't stop it, the whole world may be destroyed!
Episode 7: The Long Game; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Brian Grant;
The Doctor and Rose arrive in the year 200,000 to see The Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire. But something has gone wrong - someone is holding back the development of mankind. Who could have done this? And why?
Episode 8: Father's Day; Written by Paul Cornell; Directed by Joe Ahearne;
The Doctor takes Rose back to the day her father died, but when she tries to save him she creates a paradox that damages time and space. As the universe starts to come apart, the monstrous Reapers - creatures that feed on time distortions - begin to consume the Earth. And this time The Doctor will not be able to save the day!
Episode 9: The Empty Child; Written by Stephen Moffat; Directed by James Hawes;
The emergency signal from an out-of-control timeship lands the Doctor and Rose in the middle of London in World War II. As Rose grows close to a mysterious American named Jack, The Doctor pursues a ghostly, deformed child through the fog...
Episode 10: The Doctor Dances; Written by Stephen Moffat; Directed by James Hawes;
Albion Hospital is overrun with the Empty Child's zombified victims. Worse, The Doctor, Rose and Jack are trapped in there with them. Their only chance of stopping the Child lies in a crater outside the hospital - but they have only minutes before German bombs destroy it!
Episode 11: Boom Town; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Joe Ahearne;
Stopping off in present-day Cardiff to recharge the TARDIS, The Doctor, Rose and Jack encounter an old foe in the midst of hatching a scheme that could destroy the entire planet.
Episode 12: Bad Wolf; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Joe Ahearne;
Jack, The Doctor and Rose have been kidnapped and forced to play terrible and deadly games. But what happens to the bodies of the murdered contestants? And what sinister plot do the games hide?
Episode 13: The Parting of the Ways; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Joe Ahearne;
The Dalek fleet is poised to destroy the Earth and only The Doctor, Rose, Jack and a band of television producers can stop them.
Doctor Who Complete First Series DVD Extras:
- Audio Commentaries on all thirteen episodes
- BBC Breakfast Interview with Christopher Eccleston
= "Destroying the Lair": Featurette
- "Make Doctor Who with Russell T. Davies": Featurette
- "Waking the Dead": Featurette on the writing process for The Unquiet Dead
- "Laying Ghosts": Featurette on making of The Unquiet Dead
- "Deconstructing Big Ben": VFX Featurette
- "On Set with with Billie Piper"
- "Mike Tucker's Mocks of Balloons": VFX Featurette
- "Designing Doctor Who": Featurette on set design
- "The Adventures of Captain Jack": Interview with John Barrowman
- Doctor Who Confidential: Edited collection of documentaries that were made for each episode
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