The Dalek Invasion of Earth
21 November 1964
Bernard Kay (Carl Tyler), Peter Fraser (David Campbell), Alan Judd (Dortmun) [1-4], Peter Badger, Martyn Huntley (Robomen), Nick Evans, Robert Jewell, Kevin Manser, Peter Murphy, Gerald Taylor* (Dalek Operators), David Graham, Peter Hawkins (Dalek Voices), Ann Davies (Jenny), Michael Goldie (Craddock), Michael Davis (Thomson), Richard McNeff (Baker), Graham Rigby (Larry Madison), Nicholas Smith (Wells) [4-6], Nick Evans (Slyther Operator), Patrick O’Connell (Ashton), Jean Conroy, Meriel Horson (Women in the Wood)
|Written by||Terry Nation|
|Directed by||Richard Martin|
|Produced by||Verity Lambert|
|1||“World’s End”||23:42||21 November 1964||11.4m|
|2||“The Daleks”||24:19||26 November 1964||12.4m|
|3||“Day of Reckoning”||26:50||5 December 1964||11.9m|
|4||“The End of Tomorrow”||23:23||12 December 1964||11.9m|
|5||“The Waking Ally”||24:29||19 December 1964||11.4m|
|6||“Flashpoint”||24:28||26 December 1964||12.4m|
Radiation nil, oxygen normal, pressure normalan earth reading! The TARDIS has landed in London. A menacing deserted London, with no sign of life and no sense of normality, but the decaying city is not as empty as it seems.
The year is 2164 and the travellers soon find themselves facing antagonists whom they thought they had destroyed the Daleks. They have conquered the earth. Ten years after a cosmic storm, continents of people were wiped out by a plague. Then the Daleks came in saucers, shipping humans to vast mining areas, turning them into Robomen and against their fellow humans.
Earth contains something no other planet contains-a magnetic core-but why are the Daleks digging for it and how can The Doctor prevent them from tampering with the forces of creation?