Doctor Who Logo 'The Power of the Daleks'
(6 Parts)
Story Code 'EE'

by David Whitaker
and Dennis Spooner (uncredited)
The Doctor

The Doctor recovers from his regeneration, with a new personality and new physical form. The TARDIS materialises on Vulcan in the year 2020AD, where the Doctor witnesses the murder of an Earth Examininer. He decides to takes his place in order to discover the murderer, and he, Ben and Polly go to the nearby Earth colony. The Chief Scientist, Lesterson, has rescued a space rocket from a mercury swamp, and inside the Doctor finds two inanimate Daleks. Lesterson, removes one, reactivates it, and plans to use it as a servant. However, rebels, trying to overthrow the colony's governor, decide to use them for their own ends. It is discovered that the colony has already been infiltrated by Daleks, who have secretly set up a reproduction plant, and plan to exterminate the humans. The Doctor discovers their power source and turns it against them.

Patrick Troughton (Dr Who), Anneke Wills (Polly), Michael Craze (Ben Jackson), Martin King (The Examiner), Nicholas Hawtrey (Quinn), Bernard Archard (Bragen), Robert James (Lesterson), Pamela Ann Davy (Janley), Peter Bathurst (Hensell), Edward Kelsey (Resno), Richard Kane (Valmar); Gerald Taylor, Kevin Manser, Robert Jewell, John Scott Martin (Daleks); Peter Hawkins (Daleks' Voice); Peter Forbes-Robertson, Robert Russell, Robert Luckham (Guards); Steven Scott (Kebble)

Produced by Innes Lloyd
Directed by Christopher Barry

Part 1 - 5th November, 1966 @ 5.50pm - 6.15pm
Part 2 - 12th November, 1966 @ 5.50pm - 6.15pm
Part 3 - 19th November, 1966 @ 5.50pm - 6.15pm
Part 4 - 26th November, 1966 @ 5.50pm - 6.15pm
Part 5 - 3rd December, 1966 @ 5.50pm - 6.15pm
Part 6 - 10th December, 1966 @ 5.50pm - 6.15pm

*Featuring the Second Doctor, Ben and Polly
*All episodes are missing but audio recordings, telesnaps and some clips from parts 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6 exist

*An animated version of the missing episodes was released on iTunes and BBC Store in November 2016, with a DVD release later that month; a colourised version was subsequently released on DVD and Blu-Ray in February 2017

*Working title: 'The Destiny of Doctor Who' (also the title of Ep 4; Ep 3 was known as 'Servants of Masters')