The Tenth Planet

The TARDIS arrives at the South Pole in 1986 where the ‘Snowcap’ space tracking station, under the command of General Cutler, is in the middle of a crisis.

  • Part 4

    4/4 The Cybermen are defeated and back in the TARDIS, the worn out Doctor regenerates…

    First broadcast: 29 Oct 1966

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  • Part 3

    3/4 To stop the Cybermen and the energy drain, General Cutler prepares to launch the Z-bomb.

    First broadcast: 22 Oct 1966

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  • Part 2

    2/4 Earth's energy is being drained away by the new planet, Mondas, and faces destruction…

    First broadcast: 15 Oct 1966

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  • Part 1

    1/4 Landing at the South Pole the travellers find a new planet is disrupting a space shot.

    First broadcast: 08 Oct 1966

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Part 4

4/4 The Cybermen are defeated and back in the TARDIS, the worn out Doctor regenerates…

Sat 29 Oct 1966 17:50 BBC One

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