4×08 Evolution of the Daleks: Part 2 of 2. To save New York from the Daleks, the Doctor must make a devil’s bargain: help Dalek Sec complete his bold plan to create a new Dalek race. But as the Doctor starts to see that Dalek Sec’s transformation has changed him more than expected, a new and terrifying possibility arises: could the Daleks actually be reformed?
4×07 The Daleks Take Manhattan: Part 1 of 2. The Doctor and Sammy travel to New York in the 1930s, where people are disappearing, and an old enemy resurfaces. Trapped in Earth’s past without the Progenitor, the Cult of Skaro prepares a bold move to restore the Dalek race, and the only person in the universe who can save them from extinction is their greatest enemy.
4×06 Hide: The Doctor and Sammy arrive at an old manor house in 1963 where Professor Barnard and Emma Grayling are investigating the existence of a ghost. What has been haunting Caliburn house for hundreds of years?
4×05 Flesh and Stone: Part Two of Two. The Doctor, Sammy, River and the surviving soldiers escape into the crashed ship. They discover what the Angels are really after: an energy source that will allow them to prey openly without becoming quantum-locked. Meanwhile, Sammy is counting down from ten minutes and the Doctor realizes that an Angel is taking over her mind.
4×04 The Time of the Angels: Part One of Two. A clue left in a museum in the far future brings the Doctor back into the orbit of the enigmatic River Song. This time, she’s chasing a Weeping Angel to the planet Alfava Metraxis. It should be a simple containment mission. After all, how hard could it be to find one angel statue in the last graveyard of the extinct Aplan race? But why has the Angel brought them here? And why do River’s soldier companions keep referring to her as “the prisoner”? And what’s in Sammy’s eye?
Fun fact: The first draft of this week’s episode was titled “Prisoner of the Sun”
4×03 Twinkle, Twinkle: The Doctor wants to observe a rare coronal mass ejection from an unusual star when another ship nearly collides with the TARDIS, forcing it to crash land. The Doctor and Sammy find themselves in Heliopolis, an impossible city built on the surface of the star itself. With a damaged TARDIS and only forty minutes until the coronal mass collides with the city, can the Doctor and Sammy save Heliopolis, and themselves?
Once again, turning to the Tardis Data Core for inspiration…
4×02 Legend of the Cybermen: The Doctor takes Sammy to Mythtopia, the greatest amusement park of the second Great and Bountiful Human Empire. But this playground of fantasy has become terrifyingly real: King Arthur searches Atlantis for the Holy Grail while Beowulf enlists the help of Count Dracula to defeat the Loch Ness Monster. But the greatest danger lies within the “Aliens Invade” attraction, where a long-extinct enemy from humanity’s past is being resurrected, and is intent on giving Mythtopia a deadly upgrade.
4×01 Twelfth Night: Something has awakened in the sewers of Victorian London. Something very old and very dangerous. There’s only one woman who can stop it… But the Doctor Sammy Lake knew is gone, and in her place is a whole new man…
I guess it went okay last year, so why not take another swing at it.
Yeah. It’s that time again.
Infinite worlds, infinite possibilities…
Dean Chesterton thought it was hard enough being the Headmaster’s son at Coal Hill School. That was before he met his new science teacher, Professor Hu. Not only is does the strange professor keep getting lost in nonsensical lectures about other times and distant worlds, but now he’s building some kind of super-weapon. Who is the mysterious Hu? And why has he taken such an interest in Dean Chesterton? When a lab accident unleashes the deadly Skovox Blitzer on the school, it’s time for Dean to do the one thing he fears the most: involve his father.
Starring Jerry Lewis as the Doctor
Also starring William Russell as Sir Ian Chesterton and Alfred Enoch as Dean