Arriving on Earth in 1925, the Doctor—after be mistaken for someone else—ends up having to play cricket for a local team. The travellers are then invited to a masked ball at the country home of Lord Cranleigh, where events take a sinister turn after a number of murders are committed.
Commentary features all four of the TARDIS crew - Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton and Matthew Waterhouse.
Richard Bignell's latest Now and Then (dur. 9' 02") goes behind the scenes at the locations used in the making of the story, comparing how they were then with how they are today. Narrated by I.T. Williams.
The archived film sequences and a viewing cassette kept by the story's producer, the late John Nathan-Turner, were the source for a Deleted Scenes package. (dur. 7' 03")
A Film Restoration featurette (dur. 2' 39") shows 'before and after' examples of techniques used during the restoration of the location film elements of this story.
The latest in Phoenix Media's Stripped for Action (dur. 16' 05") series looks at the Fifth Doctor's portrayal in comic strip adventures. Featuring interviews with artist Dave Gibbons, editor Alan McKenzie, and former Doctor Who Magazine editors Gary Russell and Alan Barnes.
An extract from the children's magazine show Blue Peter (dur. 8' 37") follows presenters Sarah Greene and Simon Groom as they visit the theatrical costumiers responsible for the period costumes used in the story.
In Points of View (dur. 2' 24") presenter Barry Took airs disgruntled viewer's letters about the rescheduling of Doctor Who to weekday nights in this extract from the popular BBC series.
The Photo Gallery (dur. 4' 40") with rare production and publicity photos from the story.
Coming Soon trailer, Radio Times Billings PDF, Programme subtitles and Subtitle Production Notes.