Doctor Who: The Best of The Fourth Doctor

Doctor Who: The Best of The Fourth Doctor

  • 1975
  • 1 Season

Doctor Who is a Time Lord who has seen more of the universe than just about any being who ever lived. He is able to go back and forth through time and space effortlessly using his Tardis, which resembles a British telephone box. He frequently travels with a companion, and they go on a host of adventures both on Earth and on a wide variety of other planets. This is the time to visit the most memorable of these and to celebrate all that is grand about this doctor before he regenerates, taking on a new face and new personality.

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The Deadly Assassin, Episode 4
20. The Deadly Assassin, Episode 4
November 20, 1976
The Doctor has won his fight in the Matrix and revealed the assassin. But the Master is not defeated and sets a plan in motion that could destroy the Time Lords.
The Deadly Assassin, Episode 3
19. The Deadly Assassin, Episode 3
November 13, 1976
The Doctor has entered the computation Matrix to prove his innocence. But his opponent is prepared for him and the two engage in a mental duel to the death.
The Deadly Assassin, Episode 2
18. The Deadly Assassin, Episode 2
November 6, 1976
The Time Lord president has been assassinated and the Doctor is the prime suspect. The Time Lords are eager to dispense quick justice. The Doctor realises that he has been framed for the murder, but by who?
The Deadly Assassin, Episode 1
17. The Deadly Assassin, Episode 1
October 30, 1976
After a premonition of murder, the Doctor returns home to Gallifrey and races to prevent a tragedy as the outgoing Time Lord president prepares to announce his successor.
The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 6
16. The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 6
April 2, 1977
The Doctor and Weng-Chiang have their final confrontation in the mysterious House of the Dragon - watched by the evil duplicitous Mr. Sin.
The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 5
15. The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 5
March 26, 1977
The Doctor and his allies try to track down Weng-Chiang before he can activate the time cabinet and possibly destroy London.
The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 4
14. The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 4
March 19, 1977
The Doctor and Leela attend Li H'Sen Chang's performance, hoping to confront the magician. But his master Weng-Chiang has other plans...
The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 3
13. The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 3
March 12, 1977
Weng-Chiang is desperate to recover his lost time cabinet. Leela takes the opportunity to track the Chinese God to his lair where she must confront one of his terrifying creations.
The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 2
12. The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 2
March 5, 1977
The Doctor and Leela take refuge at the home of Professor Litefoot. But the agents of Weng-Chiang are not far behind.
The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 1
11. The Talons of Weng-Chaing, Episode 1
February 22, 1977
London, the 1890s. As magician Li H'Sen Chang captivates audiences, a spate of disappearances amongst young women goes largely unnoticed. As soon as they arrive, the Doctor and Leela find themselves confronting the feared Tong of the Black Scorpion, and a menace from another time. And there's something fishy in the sewers, too... A man's body is lifted from the Thames, covered in the bite marks of a giant rat.
The Hand of Fear, Episode 4
10. The Hand of Fear, Episode 4
October 23, 1976
On the dead world of Kastria, the Doctor and Sarah begin to suspect that Eldrad has not been entirely truthful with them.
The Hand of Fear, Episode 3
9. The Hand of Fear, Episode 3
October 16, 1976
The hand has used the nuclear energy to regenerate itself into the female form of the alien, Eldrad who demands that the Doctor return her to the planet Kastria.
The Hand of Fear, Episode 2
8. The Hand of Fear, Episode 2
October 9, 1976
At the nuclear power station, the stone hand has come to life and is determined to gain access to the reactor core.
The Hand of Fear, Episode 1
7. The Hand of Fear, Episode 1
October 2, 1976
The TARDIS returns to present day Earth where Sarah is caught in a rock fall and becomes possessed by the fossilized stone hand of the alien, Eldrad.
Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 6
6. Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 6
April 12, 1975
The Kaled scientific elite move to prevent the development of the Daleks while the Doctor prepares to destroy them forever. But is it already too late?
Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 5
5. Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 5
April 5, 1975
With Harry and Sarah his prisoners, Davros interrogates the Doctor, forcing him to reveal the future of the Daleks so that he can learn from their defeats to make them stronger.
Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 4
4. Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 4
March 29, 1975
When the Kaled dome is destroyed by the Thals' rocket, the war appears to be over and the Thals rejoice at their victory. But then, the Daleks appear and a massacre begins.
Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 3
3. Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 3
March 22, 1975
The Doctor informs the Kaled government of Davros's experiments and they move to shut down the bunker. But Davros is one step ahead and prepares to take drastic action.
Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 2
2. Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 2
March 15, 1975
The Doctor finds that some of Davros's fellow Kaleds are unhappy with the development of the Daleks. Sarah is forced to load a Thal war rocket with radioactive explosives.
Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 1
1. Genesis of the Daleks, Episode 1
March 8, 1975
The Time Lords send the Doctor, Sarah and Harry to Skaro at a point in time shortly before the creation of the Daleks. The Doctor's mission is to destroy his greatest enemy.
Description

Doctor Who is a Time Lord who has seen more of the universe than just about any being who ever lived. He is able to go back and forth through time and space effortlessly using his Tardis, which resembles a British telephone box. He frequently travels with a companion, and they go on a host of adventures both on Earth and on a wide variety of other planets. This is the time to visit the most memorable of these and to celebrate all that is grand about this doctor before he regenerates, taking on a new face and new personality.Doctor Who: The Best of The Fourth Doctor is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on March 8, 1975.

Doctor Who: The Best of The Fourth Doctor is available for streaming on the BBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Doctor Who: The Best of The Fourth Doctor on demand at Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    March 8, 1975