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Daniel Shillito, Haywards Heath, United Kingdom|
Tuesday 26 October 2021|
Despite only being 65 minutes long and incredibly amateurish in its production, microphone booms clearly in shot, a cameraman falling over a park bench, no attempt at grading the raw footage and fixing technical flaws in the recording, The Doctors: 30 Years of Time Travel and Beyond is an incredibly enlightening documentary and some very frank opinions from many of the cast and crew about their time on the show. Peter Davison and Mark Strickson are especially fascinating to listen to given how honest they are about everything, with Peter coming across as really upset for most of it due to his rather negative time in the role but still giving it his all. Sylvester ends the documentary on a rather light-hearted note with his incredible banter with Sophie Aldred.
Despite becoming increasingly irrelevant with every passing DVD release, be it Lost in Time or BBVs recent Uncut range, The Doctors: 30 Years of Time Travel and Beyond serves as a great set of highlights with some fantastic insights.