Wednesday 13 September 2017

Win The Doctors: The Tom Baker Years on DVD

Tom Baker is, arguably, the most recognisable actor to play Doctor Who. For seven years, between 1974 to 1981, Baker battled evil (with the aid of jelly babies) on Saturday teatimes and popularised the series across the Atlantic.

Now, the Fourth Doctor’s era, regarded by many fans (myself included) as a golden age, is subject to six excellent documentaries spread over a 2-disc DVD to be released on 18th September.

The Doctors: The Tom Baker Years features the most comprehensive collection of interviews with the actors and creators who brought the world of Doctor Who to life.

- Includes six documentaries making the definitive set of interviews with the team of actors who brought the TOM BAKER era of DOCTOR WHO to life.
- Presented by voice of the Daleks Nicholas Briggs.
- Quality in-depth interviews with Tom Baker (the Fourth Doctor), Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane), Ian Marter (Harry), Louise Jameson (Leela), Mary Tamm (Romana) and John Leeson (Voice of K9).
- This 2 DISC special collector's edition is 5 hours of pure nostalgia, which will give you a whole new insight into the making of Doctor Who.
- Includes special feature: Introduction by Nicholas Briggs & Producer Keith Barnfather.

To celebrate the release of The Doctors: The Tom Baker Years, we’re offering two readers a chance to win a copy on DVD.

To be in with a chance of winning, just answer this simple question:

Which serial was Tom Baker’s first as the titular Time Lord?

A. The Hand of Fear
B. Logopolis
C. Robot

Please leave your answer in the comments below.

The competition is open to UK readers only and closes Friday, 22nd September. The winners will be randomly selected and contacted soon thereafter. Good luck.

Pre-order The Doctors: The Tom Bakery Years from Amazon. This is an affiliate link and as such, I may receive compensation for any referrals (at no extra cost to yourself).

Special thanks to Koch Media for supplying the competition prizes.

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