Cover blurb: Drawn off course en route for Kew Gardens, the TARDIS materialises in the mining village of Killingworth in the early 19th Century, and the Doctor and Peri find themselves in the midst of a Luddite rebellion. Why are peaceful men resorting to mindless violence, and why is the Master intent on sabotaging the Industrial Revolution? In order to safeguard Earth’s future, the Doctor must defeat the combined forces of two rogue Time Lords from his own past...
Commentary by Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant and Kate O’Mara
Lords And Luddites — A 40-minute documentary, featuring comments from Colin Baker
Playing with Time — A 9-minute interview with composer Jonathan Gibbs
Now and Then — A look at the Blists Hill Victorian Museum used as the main filming location for this adventure
Blue Peter — An 11-minute feature on the history of Ironbridge Gorge
Saturday Superstore — Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant appear on the BBC children’s show, and receive a phone call from an old friend...
Deleted and extended scenes
Isolated music score for the whole story by Jonathan Gibbs, and an alternate music score for episode one by composer John Lewis
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Cover blurb: Drawn off course, the TARDIS materializes near the Killingworth coal pits in 19th century England, and the Doctor and Peri witness the Luddite rebellion in full swing. Soon they realize that they aren’t the only time travelers in the area.
DVD extras include:
Audio Commentary by actors Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant and Kate O’Mara
Lords And Luddites — 43-minute “Making of” featurette
Now and Then — Location visit
Deleted and Extended Scenes
Blue Peter — 11-minute history Of Ironbridge Gorge
Saturday Superstore featuring the Doctor and Peri
Playing With Time — 9-minute interview with the story’s composer, Jonathan Gibbs