Episode Number: Episode Title: Transmission Date: Duration: Ratings (in Millions):
1 World's End 21/11/1964 23:42 Mins 11.4
2 The Daleks 28/11/1964 24:19 Mins 12.4
3 Day Of Reckoning 5/12/1964 26:50 Mins 11.9
4 The End Of Tomorrow 12/12/1964 23:23 Mins 11.9
5 The Waking Ally 19/12/1964 24:29 Mins 11.4
6 Flashpoint 26/12/1964 25:21 Mins 12.4
Season: Doctor: Producer(s): Writer: Script Editor: Director:
Two The 1st Doctor Verity Lambert,
Mervyn Pinfield
Terry Nation David Whitaker Richard Martin


The Doctor - William Hartnell
Ian Chesterton - William Russell
Barbara Wright - Jacqueline Hill
Susan - Carole Ann Ford
Carl Tyler - Bernard Kay
David Campbell - Peter Fraser
Dortmun - Alan Judd
Robomen - Martyn Huntley, Peter Badger
Dalek Operators - Robert Jewell, Gerald Taylor, Nick Evans, Kevin Manser, Peter Murphy
Dalek Voices - Peter Hawkins, David Graham
Insurgent - Robert Aldous
Jenny - Ann Davies
Jack Craddock - Michael Goldie
Thomson - Michael Davis
Baker - Richard McNeff
Larry Madison - Graham Rigby
Wells - Nicholas Smith
Slyther Operator - Nicholas Evans
Ashton - Patrick O'Connell
The Women in the Wood - Jean Conroy, Meriel Hobson
Writer - Terry Nation
Director - Richard Martin
Producer - Verity Lambert
Script Editor - David Whitaker
Designer - Spencer Chapman
Assistant Floor Manager - Christina Lawton
Associate Producer - Mervyn Pinfield
Costumes - Daphne Dare
Costumes - Tony Pearce
Fight Arranger - Peter Diamond
Film Cameraman - Peter Hamilton
Film Editor - John Griffiths
Incidental Music - Francis Chagrin
Make-Up - Elizabeth Blattner, Sonia Markham
Production Assistant - Jane Shirley
Special Sound - Brian Hodgson
Studio Lighting - Howard King
Studio Sound - Jack Brummitt
Theme Arrangement - Delia Derbyshire
Title Music - Ron Grainer
The TARDIS, with the Doctor, Ian, Susan and Barbara on board, materialises beside the River Thames in the year 2167. The world to which they emerge, however, is eerily silent and signs of decay are rife. They soon discover that the streets are patrolled by zombie-like humans, flying saucer-like craft occupy the skies and that desperate rebels are hiding below ground in the disused Underground system. But worse is still to come!

The Daleks, thought destroyed by the Doctor, have invaded and enslaved humanity, having first bombarded it with cosmic storms. Why have the Daleks chosen Earth in particular? What is the significance of the giant mine in Bedfordshire to which they are shipping human slaves? And can the Doctor unite with the small band of resistance fighters to stop the Daleks before their plans wreck havoc with the Earth forever?
Working Title(s):
■  The Daleks
■  The Return

Things to look out for:
■  This story sees the departure of Carole Ann Ford as Susan Foreman.

Archive:
■  All 6 episodes exist as 16mm telerecordings.

Bloopers:
■  Two studio technicians are visible outside the Dalek saucer in episode 2.
■  Boom mike shadows are visible in epIsodes 3 & 6.
■  After taking Barbara and Jenny prisoner, the Dalek that takes them across the control room of the Dalek saucer can be seen bumping into the Black Dalek.




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The Dalek Invasion Of Earth


Manufactured by: BBC DVD / 2|Entertain (cat.#1156)

Format: DVD - Region 2 & 4 - PAL UK  Episodic

RRP: £19.99
Rating: PG

Released: 16th June 2003


Special Features:

■  Commentary - by actors Carole Ann Ford and William Russell, producer Verity Lambert and director Richard Martin.
■  CGI effects (original model effects replaced by CGI versions).
■  10 second message from the Daleks on second disc.
■  Future Visions - short feature about work of designer Spencer Chapman.
■  Future Memories - actors reminisce about the story.
■  Talking Daleks - creation of Dalek voices.
■  Now And Then - location feature.
■  Script To Screen - original studio floor plans show how camera moves were blocked out.
■  Valerie Singleton makes Dalek cakes on Blue Peter.
■  Whatever Happened to Susan? - 1993 radio production with Jane Asher as the Doctor's granddaughter. Production notes.
■  Rehearsal footage.
■  Photo gallery.
■  Two trailers.




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The Dalek Invasion Of Earth


Manufactured by: BBC Video (cat.#4353)

Format: VHS - PAL UK - Episodic
RRP: £19.99
Rating: PG

Released: 7th May 1990

Notes:

This was
released as a two-tape set consisting of two separate cases held together by a plastic band.




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Invasion Earth!


Manufactured by: BBC Audio / AudioGO

Format: Audio CD
RRP: £40.00

Released: 4th October 2012

Notes:

Doctor Who And The Dalek Invasion Of Earth, released as part of the Invasion Earth! box-set, together with Doctor Who And The Auton Invasion & Doctor Who And The Invasion Of The Dinosaurs.

Read by William Russell with Dalek voices by Nicholas Briggs.

This release is a repack of the 2008, 4 x CD set (see below).




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The Dalek Invasion Of Earth


Manufactured by: BBC Audio

Format: Audio CD
RRP: £13.25

Released: 5th November 2009

Notes:

This
is a 4 x CD set. Read by William Russell with Dalek voices by Nicholas Briggs.




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Doctor Who And The Dalek Invasion Of Earth


Manufactured by: Target
Format: Paperback Book
Written by: Terrance Dicks

RRP: £0.50p

Published: 24th March 1977


Notes:

No.17 in the Target Doctor Who Library.




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Doctor Who And The Dalek Invasion Of Earth


Manufactured by: Target
Format: Paperback Book
Written by: Terrance Dicks

RRP: £1.25

Published: 1982


Notes:

No.17 in the Target Doctor Who Library.




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Doctor Who The Dalek Invasion Of Earth


Manufactured by: Target
Format: Paperback Book
Written by: Terrance Dicks

RRP: £2.50

Published: 1990


Notes:

No.17 in the Target Doctor Who Library.


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