Doctor Who Episode Guide Catalogue

Peter Capaldi Stories (2014 - 2015...)

-Doctor #1: William Hartnell
-Doctor #2: Patrick Troughton
-Doctor #3: Jon Pertwee
-Doctor #4: Tom Baker
-Doctor #5: Peter Davison
-Doctor #6: Colin Baker
-Doctor #7: Sylvester McCoy
-Doctor #8: Paul McGann
-Doctor #9: Christopher Eccleston
-Doctor #10: David Tennant
-Doctor #11: Matt Smith
-Doctor #12: Peter Capaldi

SEASON 34

(2014)

Also known as "Series 8".

- Buyers' Guide Review

This box set includes the
11 full stories below...

U.S.


NEW for
Dec. 9, 2014.
Canada


NEW for
Dec. 9, 2014.
U.K.


NEW for
Nov. 17, 2014.
Blu-ray U.S.


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Story Videos: The Music Soundtrack
Story No. 247

Deep Breath

by Steven Moffat
directed by Ben Wheatley
  1 episode (80 min.)
This story is also
available on a
single disc volume.
Story: Reuniting with the Silurian detective Madame Vastra and her sidekicks Strax and Jenny, Clara has to help a newly transformed Doctor to deal with a towering dinosaur and a string of mysterious murders....

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing


Music by Murray Gold

Now there's a companion
3-disc Audio CD as well.


Doctor Who: Original Music from
Season 34 ("Series 8", 2014)

More info & buying options on our updated Doctor Who music CD page

Story No. 248

Into the Dalek

by Phil Ford and Steven Moffat
directed by Ben Wheatley
  1 episode (49 min.)
Story: When a malfunctioning Dalek prepared to betray its own race on ethical grounds asks for medical assistance, the Doctor agrees to be miniaturized and go into the Dalek to find the cause. Can a Dalek actually have turned "good"? How might this inform the Doctor's view of them, or indeed of himself, moving forward?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing


Music by Murray Gold

Now there's a companion
3-disc Audio CD as well.


Doctor Who: Original Music from
Season 34 ("Series 8", 2014)

More info & buying options on our updated Doctor Who music CD page

Story No. 249

Robot of Sherwood

by Mark Gatiss
directed by Paul Murphy
  1 episode (48 min.)
Story: Clara instigates a face-to-face comparison and egotistic competition between the Doctor and Robin Hood in late 12th century England. But what is the real plan that the Sheriff of Nottingham has cooked up with his army of mystery robots? Is the Robin Hood legend merely a ploy to give the people false hope, or can legendary heroes really exist?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 250

Listen

by Steven Moffat
directed by Douglas MacKinnon
  1 episode (50 min.)
Story: Can a species evolve to be expert at hiding? The Doctor's obsessive investigations add multiple temporal complications to Clara's first date with fellow teacher Danny Pink, until untold secrets are heard at the ends of time....

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 251

Time Heist

by Steve Thompson and Steven Moffat
directed by Douglas MacKinnon
  1 episode (47 min.)
Story: Recovering from a sudden memory loss, the Doctor and Clara find themselves amongst a group of outlaws attempting to rob the Bank of Karabraxos on a completely secure planet. Who is the mysterious architect giving them directions and tools and secrets? How will they get past the mysterious alien Teller, who can sense guilty thoughts a mile away? And why did they all agree to this caper in the first place?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 252

The Caretaker

by Gareth Roberts and Steven Moffat
directed by Paul Murphy
  1 episode (47 min.)
Story: Clara's attempts to keep her adventures with the Doctor secret from fellow teacher Danny Pink reach a crisis point as an alien war machine threatens Coal Hill School, prompting the Doctor to go under "deep cover" as the school's new temporary caretaker.

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 253

The One About the Secrets of the Moon

by Peter Harness
directed by Paul Wilmshurst

  1 episode (47 min.)
Story: The Doctor, Clara, and Coal Hill student Courtney Woods join an expedition of astronauts on the moon in 2049. What has caused the moon's gravity to increase until it rivals the Earth's? What happened to the Mexican team that had built a nearby base? Will the astronauts' nuclear bombs be of any use in solving the crisis?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 254

Mummy on the Orient Express

by Jamie Mathieson
directed by Paul Wilmshurst
  1 episode (49 min.)
Story: For her final trip in the TARDIS, the Doctor takes Clara onto a futuristic replica of the Orient Express train that travels through space. But the passengers are gradually being killed off, each one being the only one that can see a horrific mummy dragging itself towards them during the last 66 seconds of their lives. Can the legends of "The Foretold" have any bearing on how this phenomenon works? What secrets exist amongst the passengers that might explain why all this has come to be?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 255

Flatline

by Jamie Mathieson
directed by Douglas MacKinnon
  1 episode (45 min.)
Story: When the dimensions of the police box exterior of the TARDIS begin to shrink, trapping the Doctor inside, Clara decides to investigate mysterious local disappearances that may be related, while a young graffiti artist provides a surprising number of clues...

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing


Music by Murray Gold

Now there's a companion
3-disc Audio CD as well.


Doctor Who: Original Music from
Season 34 ("Series 8", 2014)

More info & buying options on our updated Doctor Who music CD page

Story No. 256

In the Forest of the Night

by Frank Cottrell-Boyce
directed by Sheree Folkson
  1 episode (47 min.)
Story: The Doctor, Clara, Danny, and a group of schoolchildren find themselves in the middle of a thick forest that has grown up in the center of London, seemingly overnight. How has it happened, and why? Do the disturbed ramblings of one little girl have any connection?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 257

Dark Water

by Steven Moffat
directed by Rachel Talalay
  2 episodes:
  1. Dark Water (48 min.)
  2. Death in Heaven (59 min.)
This story is also
available on a
single story volume
in North America.
Story: What happens to people after they die? The Doctor and Clara investigate the afterlife, and come to many shocking realizations concerning who is there and where they are...

- In-depth Analysis Review


- Season 34 Rankings

DVD Extras listing


Music by Murray Gold

Now there's a companion
3-disc Audio CD as well.


Doctor Who: Original Music from
Season 34 ("Series 8", 2014)

More info & buying options on our updated Doctor Who music CD page

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL

(2014)
Story No. 258

Last Christmas

by Steven Moffat
directed by Paul Wilmshurst
  1 episode (63 min.)
This story is also
available on a
single story volume.
Story: Clara awakes to find that Santa Claus and his elves have crashed their sleigh onto her roof. The Doctor arrives to whisk her off to a north pole research base battling an outbreak of mind-parasite creatures, where facing the truth about Danny and each other may be the only way out...

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing


Music by Murray Gold

Don't forget this companion
3-disc Audio CD as well.


The third disc is completely devoted to
40 minutes of music
from this Christmas special.

Doctor Who: Original Music from
Season 34 ("Series 8", 2014)

More info & buying options on our updated Doctor Who music CD page

The Complete

SEASON 35

(2015)

Also known as "Series 9".

- Buyers' Guide Review

This box set includes the
Christmas Special above, plus
the 12 regular episodes
and Christmas Special below...

U.S.


NEW for
April 5, 2016.
Canada


NEW for
April 5, 2016.
U.K.


NEW for
March 7, 2016.
Blu-ray U.S.


NEW for
April 5, 2016.
Blu-ray Canada


NEW for
April 5, 2016.
Blu-ray U.K.


NEW for
March 7, 2016.
Story No. 259

The Magician's Dilemma

by Steven Moffat
directed by Hettie MacDonald
  2 episodes:
  1. The Magician's Apprentice (48 min.)
  2. The Witch's Familiar (50 min.)
This story is also
available on a
half-season volume.
Story: A chance encounter on a battlefield puts the Doctor's highest values to the test, and has many of his closest friends and most troublesome enemies worried. Will he live up to his standards, or make exceptions to the rules? And how far reaching might the consequences become?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 260

Under the Lake

by Toby Whithouse
directed by Daniel O'Hara
  2 episodes:
  1. Under the Lake (45 min.)
  2. Before the Flood (44 min.)
Story: When the crew of an underwater mining base in 2119 Scotland discover and bring an alien space pod inside, disaster strikes, and silent ghosts begin to stalk the corridors. What is the meaning of the strange writing on the inside of the craft? Why do the ghosts only come out during the base's artificial "night"? And what could have happened to the Scottish town in the 1980's before it was flooded and submerged under the lake?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 261

The Girl Who Died

by Jamie Mathieson and Steven Moffat
directed by Ed Bazalgette
  1 episode (48 min.)
Story: Upon discovering that the gods in the skies above them are really ruthless fakes, a village of Vikings manages to pick a fight with these technologically advanced aliens. Can the Doctor help the villagers actually win this hopeless fight and still keep his conscience clear of possible long-term consequences? And why does he have such strong premonitions about one very gifted young Viking girl?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
with "Yakety Sax" (The Benny Hill Theme)
by James Q. "Spider" Rich and
Homer "Boots" Randolph III.
Story No. 262

The Woman Who Lived

by Catherine Tregenna
directed by Ed Bazalgette
  1 episode (47 min.)
Story: The Doctor stumbles across the "immortal" he feels responsible for, investigates the centuries-long story of her life so far, and seeks out a way to show her that having a conscience matters.

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 263

The Zygon Inversion

by Peter Harness and Steven Moffat
directed by Daniel Nettheim
  2 episodes:
  1. The Zygon Invasion (47 min.)
  2. The Zygon Inversion (48 min.)
This story is also
available on a
half-season volume.
Story: The fragile peace between Humans and disguised Zygons reaches a crisis point when rebellious uprisings in London and the U.S. result in the capture of the last remaining Osgood. Can the Doctor rescue her without causing more bloodshed? How much of London's population has been compromised? And what is really inside the mysterious Osgood Box that all factions are determined to control?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 264

Sleep No More

by Mark Gatiss
directed by Justin Molotnikov
  1 episode (47 min.)
Story: On a space-station orbiting Neptune, scientist Gagan Rassmussen is continuing development of his Morpheus project to compress the amount of time that Humans require for sleep. But what has happened to the crew of the non-responsive station? As the Doctor and Clara join a rescue team from the Human colony on Neptune's moon Triton, the footage of their adventure is pieced back together to reveal the shocking truth...

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing


"Mr. Sandman" by Pat Ballard
Story No. 265

Face the Raven

by Sarah Dollard
directed by Justin Molotnikov
  1 episode (49 min.)
Story: The Doctor and Clara attempt to find out how and why Rigsy lost a day of his memories and ended up with a numbered tattoo on his neck - a tattoo which is now counting down. The clues point them to try to find a hidden street which has disappeared from current maps of London....

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 266

Heaven Sent

by Steven Moffat
directed by Rachel Talalay
  1 episode (56 min.)
Story: The Doctor materializes in a large ocean castle, burning for a confrontation with those who have conspired against him and his friends. But staying alive long enough to put all the clues together will test his concentration and perseverance far more than ever before....

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 267

Hell Bent

by Steven Moffat
directed by Rachel Talalay
  1 episode (63 min.)
Story: The Doctor's return to his home planet of Gallifrey sends shocking ripples through its society all the way up to the Lord President of the High Council. Can the legends of the arrival of the Hybrid be pieced together and understood? Are the tolls of the cloister bells correct in warning that there is much to be feared?

- In-depth Analysis Review

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold
Story No. 268 (Christmas Special 2015)

The Husbands of River Song

by Steven Moffat
directed by Douglas MacKinnon
  1 episode (58 min.)
Story: The Doctor is astonished to find River Song married to the cybernetic King Hydroflax, who lies wounded in a flying saucer on a colonized planet. Does she really not recognize who the Doctor really is? And to how many exotic locations and vehicles will their odyssey take them as he finds himself more and more deeply embroiled in her wild plot to steal the most valuable diamond in the universe?

- In-depth Analysis Review


- Season 35 Rankings

DVD Extras listing

Music by Murray Gold

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL

(2016)
Story No. 269

The Return of Doctor Mysterio

This story is also
available on a
single story volume.
Season 36 Box Set coming at some point....
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