Curse of Fatal Death:

Written by Stephen Moffat
Directed by John Henderson
Rowan Atkinson, Richard E. Grant, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Grant, Joanna Lumley (The Doctor);
Julia Sawalha (Emma), Jonathan Pryce (The Master), Roy Skelton (Dalek Voices).


The Doctor agrees to meet his old foe the Master on the planet Tersurus. But when the Doctor arrives, assisted by the lovely Emma, the Master has prepared a series of hideous tortures for them. Horrible tortures. Evil, nasty and decidedly unpleasant tortures...
As the Doctor and the Master attempt to outwit one another a bizarre odyssey unfolds, featuring treacherous trapdoors, bottom burps, foul-smelling sewers and the infamous sofa of reasonable comfort. When the Daleks become involved, a series of mishaps trigger the Doctor's regeneration cycle, leading to the biggest and most exciting adventure of his lives!


Aired on 12th March, 1999, this four-part skit was part of the Comic Relief Telephon shown in 10-minute episodes during the evening.


Curse of Fatal Death pt 1 | Curse of Fatal Death pt 2 | Curse of Fatal Death pt 3 | Curse of Fatal Death pt 4

Dimensions in Time:

Written by John Nathan-Turner and David Roden
Directed by Stuart McDonald
Incidental Music by Keff McCulloch

Aired on the 26th and 27th November 1993, Dimensions in Time was a two-part spoof produced for Children in Need.
The Rani tries to capture The Doctor and his travelling companions in a collapsing time trap. The Doctor is trapped in a time loop, with various incarnations stranded in East London in 1973, 1993 and 2013.

Dimensions in Time pt 1 | Dimensions in Time pt2



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