Disc 1 (DVD9)
Â· 86 minute movie with stereo audio.
Â· Commentary 1 (2001) â€“ original DVD release solo commentary by director Geoffrey Sax.
Â· Commentary 2 (2009) â€“ new commentary with actors Paul McGann and Sylvester McCoy, moderated by Nicholas Briggs.
Â· The Seven Year Hitch (dur. 53â€™ 53â€) â€“ This documentary looks at executive producer Philip Segalâ€™s seven-year quest to return Doctor Who to the screen, from his initial contact with the BBC shortly before its cancellation in 1989, through to the production and transmission of the movie in 1996. Featuring Philip Segal, BBC executive producer Jo Wright, BBC Head of Series Peter Cregeen, BBC1 controller Alan Yentob, writer Matthew Jacobs and Graeme Harper, the director of BBC Enterprises’ abandoned Doctor Who movie. Narrated by Amanda Drew.
Â· The Doctorâ€™s Strange Love (dur. 17â€™ 10â€) â€“ writers Joe Lidster and Simon Guerrier discuss how they stopped worrying and learned to love the TV Movie with comedian Josie Long.
Â· Photo Gallery (dur.3â€™ 46â€) – a selection of design and production photographs from the story.
Â· Isolated Music – option to view the movie with isolated music score.
Â· Music Tracks â€“ four music tracks from the production presented in full: â€˜In a Dreamâ€™, â€˜All Dressed Upâ€™, â€˜Ride into the Moonlightâ€™ and â€˜Auld Lang Syneâ€™.
Â· Coming Soon (dur. approx 1′ 00″) – a trail for a forthcoming DVD release.
Â· PDF material – Radio Times listings in PDF format.
Â· Programme Subtitles
Â· Subtitle Production Notes
Disc 2 (DVD9)
Â· Paul McGann Audition (dur. 7â€™ 38â€) â€“ Paul McGannâ€™s audition for the role.
Â· VFX Tests June 1994 (dur. 0â€™ 50â€) â€“ early video effects tests by Amblin Imaging in 1994, featuring the â€˜Spider Dalekâ€™ design.
Â· VFX March 1996 (dur. 2â€™ 32â€) â€“ video effects build-ups presented as mute timecoded â€˜work in progressâ€™ shots from the CGI effects department.
Â· EPK (dur. 15â€™ 36â€) â€“ the Electronic Press Kit put out by Fox in 1996 included a short documentary and interview segments to allow other broadcasters to put together their own packages about the movie.
Â· Behind the Scenes (dur. 4â€™ 47â€) â€“ on set and on location during the filming of the movie.
Â· Philip Segalâ€™s Tour of the TARDIS Set (dur. 2â€™33â€) â€“ executive producer Philip Segal shows us around the TARDIS control room set.
Â· Alternate Takes (dur. 1â€™ 02â€) â€“ two alternate versions of scenes from the movie.
Â· BBC Trails (dur. 1â€™ 00â€) â€“ BBC television trails for the movie.
Â· Who Peter 1989-2009 (dur. 26â€™ 42â€) – since the birth of Doctor Who in the sixties, it has shared an almost symbiotic relationship with the long-running BBC childrenâ€™s magazine show Blue Peter. In the second part of this special documentary series, some of those involved look back over the history of that relationship in the â€˜new series yearsâ€™. With new series executive producer Russell T. Davies, Blue Peter editor Richard Marson, brand executive Edward Russell, writers Robert Shearman and Clayton Hickman and competition winners William Grantham and John Bell. Presented by Gethin Jones.
Â· The Wilderness Years (dur. 23â€™ 29â€) â€“ in the seven years between the end of the classic series and the broadcast of the TVM, Doctor Who survived in print, video and audio, kept alive by fans within those industries who were determined not to let it die. With BBC head of serials Peter Cregeen, former Doctor Who Magazine editor John Freeman and current editor Tom Spilsbury., Virgin Books editor Peter Darvill-Evans, BBC Books consultant Justin Richards, script editor Andrew Cartmel, video producers Keith Barnfather and Bill Baggs, director Kevin Davies and Big Finish producer Jason Haigh-Ellery. Narrated by Glen Allen.
Â· Stripped for Action â€“ The Eighth Doctor (dur. 19â€™ 45â€) â€“ the final part of the series looking at the Doctorâ€™s adventures in comic-strip form. With writers Scott Gray, former Doctor Who Magazine editors Gary Russell, Alan Barnes and Clayton Hickman, artists Lee Sullivan, Martin Geraghty and Roger Langridge, author Paul Scoones, historian Jeremy Bentham.
Â· Tomorrowâ€™s Times â€“ The Eighth Doctor (dur. 10â€™ 47â€) another in the series looking at Doctor Whoâ€™s contemporary coverage in daily newspapers and other publications. Presented by Nicholas Courtney.
Released on October 4th, the Doctor Who: Revisitations Boxset Vol 1 has an RRP of Â£39.99 – but you can pick it up on Amazon for just Â£29.47!