The Key to Time boxed set starring the much loved 4th Doctor (Tom Baker) in a
multi-story collection, containing the six linked stories comprising Doctor
Who's 16th season (1978) along with a huge array of extras contained on
The Ribos Operation:
The Doctor and Romana trace the first segment of the Key To Time to the planet
Ribos, where they first encounter two con artists who think big.
The Pirate Planet:
Douglas Adams (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy) penned this episode in which
the Doctor and Romana seek the second segment of the Key to Time on a parasitic
The Stones of Blood:
The search for the third segment of the Key leads the Doctor and Romana to the
English countryside and an ancient stone circle called The Nine Travelers.
The Androids of Tara:
Romana quickly locates the Fourth Segment of the Key to Time while the Doctor
indulges in a little fishing, but they fail to leave the planet Tara before
becoming embroiled in its complex political intrigues.
The Power of Kroll:
The search for the fifth segment of the Key To Time mires the Doctor and Romana
in conflicts on Delta 3 between the Swampies and colonists from Earth.
The Armageddon Factor:
The search for the Sixth (and last) Segment of the Key to Time bring the Doctor,
Romana and K9 to the planet Atrios, where they encounter a pesky interplanetary
war and Princess Astra, who is linked to the sixth segment in some
7 disc Doctor Who DVD Boxed Set.
The huge list of SPECIAL FEATURES include: Commentaries with
Tom Baker, Mary Tamm, Bruce Purchase, director Pennant Roberts, script editor
Anthony Read, director Darrol Blake, Susan Engel, John Leeson, Michael Hayes and
writer David Fisher; Twenty Five Making Of specials including comparing and
contrasting present day locations as they are now with how they appeared in the
story, and a host of cast and crew inside looks at the filming of each episode;
Late Night Story – Tom Baker reads five spine-chilling stories from this
1978 series plus Continuities, Alternative/Extended Scenes, Original
Trailer's Photo Galleries, Radio Times Listings, Programme subtitles, Subtitle
Production Notes, Film Inserts, Deleted Scenes, Outtakes and Easter Eggs.