The Space Pirates

The Doctor, Jamie and Zoe find themselves inside a space beacon being attacked by space pirates. The travellers are separated from the TARDIS and flung into the depths of space.

  • Part 6

    6/6 Onboard the LIZ 79, Clancey and Dom fall unconscious when Caven switches off the oxygen.

    First broadcast: 12 Apr 1969

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  • Part 5

    5/6 The space pirate leader, Caven, has taken the Doctor, Jamie, Zoe and Clancey captive.

    First broadcast: 05 Apr 1969

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  • Part 4

    4/6 In the tunnels beneath Ta, the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe are rescued by Milo Clancey.

    First broadcast: 29 Mar 1969

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  • Part 3

    3/6 The Doctor, Jamie and Zoe join Clancey aboard his ship and head for the planet Ta.

    First broadcast: 22 Mar 1969

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  • Part 2

    2/6 General Hermack suspects Milo Clancey of being in league with the pirates.

    First broadcast: 15 Mar 1969

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Part 6

6/6 Onboard the LIZ 79, Clancey and Dom fall unconscious when Caven switches off the oxygen.

Sat 12 Apr 1969 18:15 BBC One

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