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Doctor Who
Season 25 1988


Season Twenty Five continues.

Cyber space fleet.

Silver Nemesis celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Doctor Who.

The Cybermen make a return for the 25th Anniversary story.

Lady Peinforte sculpted the validium into an image of herself.

De Flores discovered information on the Nemesis.

A Cybermen shuttle ship arrives on Earth also searching for the Statue of Nemesis.

Statue of Nemesis. The statue is made of a living metal, Validium which is capable of great destruction

An army of Cybermen.

An advertising robot for the Psychic Circus.

Intergalactic explorer Captain Cook and his companion Mags.

A robotic bus conductor.

Buying tickets for the Psychic Circus.

The Psychic Circus on Segonax.

The Gods of Ragnarok took over the Psychic Circus for their own entertainment.

Inside the Psychic Circus.

The head clown of the Psychic Circus.

1989 Battle for the Universe Board Game.

Doctor Who Magazine issue 150.


1989 Doctor Who Calendar.

TARDIS playset from Dapol.

From 1989 Target books published stories that would have been part of Season 23 if it hadn't have been delayed.

Season Twenty-Six

  • Battlefield
  • Ghost Light
  • The Curse of Fenric
  • Survival

Doctor Who
Season 26 1989


Season Twenty Six begins.

The only TARDIS interior scene in Season 26.

U.N.I.T are looking after a nuclear missile convoy.

Waiting for news of the Doctor.

Brigadier Winifred Bambera.

A spaceship hidden under a lake.

The Doctor's new outfit.

Morgaine played by Jean Marsh.

The Doctor also known as Merlin.

The Destroyer captured by Morgaine.

Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart returns to help the Doctor and U.N.I.T.

I'm getting too old for this sort of thing. He's all yours from now on. I'm going home to Doris.
Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart

Bessie the Doctor's car.


Ace is angry at the Doctor for taking her back to the house.

The Doctor takes Ace to an old mysterious house in 1883 to confront her fears and find out the truth about what happened there.

Mrs Pritchard and the maids at Gabriel Chase.

Light journeyed through the universe making a Catalogue of Life.

Nimrod was a Neanderthal who served as a butler at Gabriel Chase.

The Ancient One was awakened by Fenric. The Ancient One was the last of the original Haemovores.

Two sisters were converted into Haemovores to serve Fenric.

Haemovores leaving the lake.

A secret naval base during the Second World War.

Fenric takes over Judson saying that the Doctor captured him.


Ace with her mother and grandmother in 1943.

The TARDIS lands in Perivale.

The Doctor shopping for cat food.

The Cheetah People.

The Doctor and Ace get transported to the Cheetah World.

The Master is trapped on the Cheetah World looking for a way to teleport back to Earth.

A cat the Master controls.

Ace captured the Cheetah virus making her able to return to Earth.

The Cheetah planet is breaking up.

Ace and the Doctor.

There are worlds out there where the sky is burning, and the sea's asleep, and the rivers dream; people made of smoke and cities made of song. Somewhere there's danger, somewhere there's injustice, and somewhere else the tea's getting cold. Come on, Ace. We've got work to do.
The Doctor
I would like to reassure 'Doctor Who' devotees that there are no plans to axe Doctor Who. There may be a little longer between this series and the next than usual, but I very much hope that it will continue to be as successful in the 90s as it has been for the last 26 years.
Peter Cregeen - BBC 'Head of Series'

The last episode of Survival in the Radio Times.



The BBC close down the Doctor Who production office.

Some of the Target Book re-releases.

VHS continued in 1991. The Hartnell Years was released containing the surviving episodes from missing stories


25 Glorious Years.

Cybermen Book.

Dapol K9.

All four episodes of The Tomb of the Cybermen were returned to the BBC in 1991 making this the earliest surviving complete Patrick Troughton story.

Whomobile prototype scheduled for release in 1991 by Dapol but it never appeared.

Dapol TARDIS console featured in the same catalogue as the Whomobile prototype.

Doctor Who Books - The New Adventures.

Doctorin' The Tardis originally released in 1988.

Doctor Who and the Pescatons re-release from 1976.

A series of Doctor Who Script books.

The Daemoms was colourised for VHS release.

Doctor Who The New Adventures continued to be released through the 90s.

Doctor Who: The Dark Dimension. This story was a planned video film release to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of Doctor Who in 1993. The project was eventually cancelled.

30 Years at the Radiophonic Workshop.

Return to Devils End VHS documentary.

Doctor Who 30th Anniversary VHS releases with the Anniversary logo.

Doctor Who is repeated on BBC2.

November 1993 - Doctor Who Antique Show.

A movie Dalek on the Antique Show.

Missing episodes get audio releases.

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