Doctor Who Series 3:
Christmas Special: The Runaway Bride; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Euros Lyn;
Killer Santas, exploding baubles, an alien spaceship shaped like a giant star - Christmas with the Doctor is anything but a silent night.
Episode 1: Smith and Jones; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Charles Palmer;
When Martha Jones finds herself on the Moon, she meets a mysterious stranger called the Doctor, and her life will never be the same again.
Episode 2: The Shakespeare Code; Written by Gareth Roberts; Directed by Charles Palmer;
The Doctor takes Martha to Elizabethan England, where William Shakespeare is under the control of deadly witch-like creatures.
Episode 3: Gridlock; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Richard Clarke;
The Doctor takes Martha to New Earth, in the far future, only to find that an entire city has become a deadly trap.
Episode 4: Daleks in Manhattan; Written by Helen Raynor; Directed by James Strong;
1930's New York, and on top of the Empire State Building, the Doctor's oldest enemies are at work.
Episode 5: Evolution of the Daleks; Written by Helen Raynor; Directed by James Strong;
As a new Dalek Empire rises in 1930s New York, the Doctor must enter an unholy alliance.
Episode 6: The Lazarus Experiment; Written by Stephen Greenhorn; Directed by Richard Clarke;
Martha returns home, but has to save her family from the schemes of the monstrous Professor Lazarus.
Episode 7: 42; Written by Chris Chibnall; Directed by Graeme Harper;
As a spaceship hurtles towards the sun, the Doctor and Martha have only 42 minutes to save the day!
Episode 8: Human Nature; Written by Paul Cornell; Directed by Charles Palmer;
England 1913, and a schoolteacher called John Smith has strange dreams of adventures in time and space.
Episode 9: The Family of Blood; Written by Paul Cornell; Directed by Charles Palmer;
1913, and war comes to England, a year in advance, as the terrifying Family hunt for the Doctor.
Episode 10: Blink; Written by Stephen Moffat; Directed by Hettie Macdonald;
In an old, abandoned house, the Weeping Angels wait. Only the Doctor can stop them, but he's lost in time.
Episode 11: Utopia; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Graeme Harper;
Jack's back! As Captain Jack comes storming into the Doctor's life again, the TARDIS is thrown to the end of the universe itself.
Episode 12: The Sound of Drums; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Colin Teague;
Henry Saxon becomes Prime Minister, and his reign of terror begins. But his dark ambitions reach beyond the stars.
Episode 13: Last of the Time Lords; Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Colin Teague;
Earth has been conquered and the Master rules supreme, with the Doctor his prisoner. Only Martha Jones can save the world.
Doctor Who Complete Third Series DVD Extras:
- Includes the 2006 Christmas Special with Optional Audio Commentary
- Audio Commentaries on all thirteen episodes
- "Music and Monsters": Documentary about the Doctor Who music concert
- David Tennett's Video Diaries
- Freema Agyeman's Studio Tour
- Series Three Deleted Scenes
- Series Three Outtakes
- Doctor Who Confidential: Edited collection of documentaries that were made for each episode
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