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Doctor Who: The Green Death (Dr Who)

Released on 10 May 2004

Format: DVD | Rating: Universal Suitable for All

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Earth, South Wales. The suspicious death of a miner at the inactive local pit owned by the mysterious Global Chemicals brings UNIT to sleepy Llanfairfach. There, a local green group - the Wholeweal Community under the leadership of the brilliant Professor Jones - are not convinced of Global's innocence in the affair. Could the waste products from their revolutionary new oil refining process be at fault? Jones is convinced but the Doctor is not so sure and a dangerous expedition down the mine confirms his fears. For there, thosands of giant maggots lie gestating - a dangerously unknown terror waiting to be unleashed upon the world. But by whom? Just who is the power behind Global Chemicals? Who or what is the Boss? And what are his/its plans for the Earth? The Doctor, Jo and the Brigadier must move quickly to find the answers, for the death toll is already rising and the gestation period of the maggots down the mine is coming to an end. Originally transmitted 19/05/73 - 23/06/73
  • Commentary with actress Katy Manning, producer Barry Letts, and script-editor Terrance Dicks
  • 'Global Conspiracy?', a spoof investigative report about the strange happenings in the village of Llanfairfach, written by and starring Mark Gatiss (League of Gentlemen)
  • Visual Effects - interview with the story's visual effects designer, Colin Mapson
  • Interview with the writer Robert Sloman
  • Interview with actor Stewart Bevan
  • Photo gallery
  • Production notes
  • Regions 2-4
actorKaty Manning
certificateUniversal Suitable for All
directorMichael Briant
duration2 hours 34 minutes
subtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired