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All Creatures Great and Small

The first 24 episodes of "All Creatures Great and Small" are available from
All Creatures Great and Small, Vol. 1:
The episodes "Horse Sense" and "Dog Days"
All Creatures Great and Small, Vol 2:
The episodes "Golden Lads & Girls" and "Advice and Consent."
All Creatures Great and Small, Vol. 3:
The episodes "Out of Practice" and "Nothing Like Experience"
All Creatures Great and Small, Vol. 4:
The episodes "Golden Lads & Girls" and "Advice and Consent"
All Creatures Great and Small, Vol. 5:
The episodes "The Last Furlong" and "Sleeping Partners"
All Creatures Great and Small, Vol. 6:
The episodes "Bulldog Breed" and "Practice Makes Perfect"
All Creatures Great and Small, Series 2
Twelve episodes on six tapes, making up the second series of All Creatures Great and Small.
All Creatures Great and Small, Series 3
Twelve episodes on six tapes, making up the third series of All Creatures Great and Small.

Doctor Who

Most of Peter Davison's "Doctor Who" stories are available from

The Doctor has regenerated, but it isn't going well. Meanwhile his old foe, the Master has set a trap.


The gentle Kinda are incapable of violence. Yet, something very deadly lurks within.

The Visitation/Black Orchid

Double pack
The Visitation: The Doctor is trying to get Tegan back to Heathrow Airport, but he's landed several centuries early.
Black Orchid: The Doctor is a welcome guest at a 1920s cricket match, but there's murder afoot and a secret in the mansion.


When the Doctor helps a group of Earth soldiers defeat a robotic enemy deep in a cavern, he finds a clue that leads him to a freighter bound for Earth deep in space -- and an old enemy.

Arc of Infinity

A creature from another universe is trying to break through, using the Doctor.


Tegan faces an old enemy and the Doctor must try to save her.

Mawdryn Undead

A new companion joins the TARDIS crew, as the Doctor meets an old friend at an exclusive public school.


A doomed ship carrying victims of "Lazar's disease" to a mysterious sanitarium becomes linked to the TARDIS.


The Doctor lands on an Edwardian racing yacht, trouble is, they aren't on Earth but in space, and the captain and officers are incredibly powerful beings.

The King's Demons/The Five Doctors

Double pack
The King's Demons: Landing in medieval England, the Doctor is surprised to find that King John isn't surprised in the slightest to see the TARDIS and it's strangely-dressed crew.
The Five Doctors: Someone is taking the Doctor's previous incarnations out of his time stream. He must find out who and why, before he ceases to exist.

Warriors of the Deep

A military base deep in the ocean is under attack. The Doctor must defeat a sea dragon and his old enemies, the Silurians.

The Awakening/Frontios

Double pack
The Awakening: A visit to Tegan's grandfather turns serious when a battle re-enactment becomes too real for comfort and an ancient evil stirs beneath an old church.
Frontios: Humankind makes it's last stand at the end of the universe and the end of time.

Resurrection of the Daleks

Caught in a time corridor, the TARDIS is dragged to 20th Century Earth, where the Daleks are planning another invasion.

Planet of Fire

A new companion, Peri Brown, joins the TARDIS crew after a swimming accident off the shore of Lanzarote. And far away, a planet is about to die a fiery death.

The Caves of Androzani

As a corporation and a bitter, masked rebel battle over the most precious substance in the universe, the Doctor and Peri find they have been poisoned and will soon die.

Miss Marple

Miss Marple Mysteries: A Pocketful of Rye is available from

A Pocketful of Rye

Peter Davison is Lance Fortescue, the prodigal son returning to his family home after years as an entrepreneur in Africa. Trouble is, someone just killed his father. Joan Hickson plays Miss Marple.

Magnum P.I.

Magnum P.I.: Deja Vu is available from

Deja Vu

Peter Davison is the inexperienced butler of Robin Masters' English estate, Robin's Keep. The Magnum P.I. cast are visiting from Hawaii and preparing for a party.

Harnessing Peacocks

Harnessing Peacocks is available from

Harnessing Peacocks

Peter Davison is Jim Huxtable, antiques dealer and coffee expert, who has searched for 12 years for the woman he met in Italy while a student.

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is available from

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Peter Davison is the Dish of the Day, a comically suicidal bovine on the menu at Milliway's, the Restaurant at the End of the Universe.

Black Beauty

Black Beauty is available from

Black Beauty

Peter Davison is Squire Gordon, the kindly second owner of the horse, Black Beauty.

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