|Edition: || UK (VHS)|
|Released: ||June 1999|
|Publisher: ||Reeltime Pictures|
|Format: ||1 x VHS PAL|
"Gerry Davis and I really did not see eye to eye for a minute on anything to do with DOCTOR WHO."
DONALD TOSH joined the DOCTOR WHO production team as Script Editor (then titled Story Editor) in 1965. He and JOHN WILES faced the formidable task of taking over from VERITY LAMBERT and building on the success she had made of the series.
Thrown in "at the deep end", DONALD found himself faced with a cast under pressure as WILLIAM HARTNELL's health deteriorated and his performance suffered.
Despite these problems, DONALD supervised some memorable stories including GALAXY FOUR and THE DALEKS' MASTERPLAN.
He was also the first to consider ways of writing WILLIAM HARTNELL out of the series...