The Tardis lands on a space station orbiting Earth in the distant future. It's seemingly deserted, but the Doctor, Sarah and Harry soon discover that they are not alone. Thousands of humans are in cryogenic sleep, and while they've slept their Ark has been invaded. A parasitic insect race - the Wirrn - have taken control and threaten the very future of makind...
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A hodge podge of extras tempt you to double dip into this Classic Tom Baker Adventure. Highlights include a new documentary on the post - 1989 new adventure novels, a Making of documentary to see how Noah and Vira look today and the legacy of working on the programme. The 70-minute un-restored omnibus version and PDF copies of the Technical Manual, some Baked Beans and chocolate cards. Worth getting if you haven't got the original DVD, though the recently released Doctor Who - The Aztecs DVD just beats this release by including a 64 minute reconstruction of William Hartnell's Galaxy 4 story and the newly discovered Airlock episode print. The star of The Ark in Space is arguably Roger Murray-Leech's innovative and imaginative sets!
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