Doctor Who Classic - Nightmare Of Eden - £3.00!! Cheapest DW Classic DVD ever..
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Doctor Who Classic - Nightmare Of Eden - £3.00!! Cheapest DW Classic DVD ever..

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Found 16th Sep 2013
Ok, so not the greatest Doctor Who story but for £3 its a steal. Will never be this price again.


Story:

Two spacecraft fuse in a hyperspace collision, and with the dimensional instabilities threatening everyone aboard, it’s fortunate the Doctor (Tom Baker), Romana (Lalla Ward) and K-9 arrive to help. But when a crewmember is found clawed by a ferocious creature, it seems there’s something even more frightening stalking the corridors. But what can this have to do with a zoologist, Professor Tryst, his CET projection machine, and a planet called Eden?
Cast: Tom Baker, Lalla Ward


Update:

sainsburysentertainment.co.uk/en/…925 - The Ace Boxset (The Happiness Patrol/Dragonfire) is on there for £6 too, another £3 a story. Well worth it.

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Original Poster

sainsburysentertainment.co.uk/en/…925 - The Ace Boxset (The Happiness Patrol/Dragonfire) is on there for £6 too, another £3 a story. Well worth it.

Great price for both, thanks.

Awesome. Nice find, love Doctor who dvd deals

Tom Baker. Nice - ordered and heat added. Thanks!

Thanks needed the ACE boxset.

think that's the cheapest i have ever saw a doctor who dvd and necter points to

hot find just ordered both

cant go wrong for £3 hot

As you say not the best, but the worst Tom Baker beats the best of everyone else

good find

moral question...

I pay my TV license....doesn't all the BBC content belong to me ? What is wrong with downloading this from the internet ?

tubbyasstoo

good findmoral question...I pay my TV license....doesn't all the BBC … good findmoral question...I pay my TV license....doesn't all the BBC content belong to me ? What is wrong with downloading this from the internet ?



No, none of the content belongs to you, it belongs to the BBC, what belongs to you is the right to watch it when it airs, you pay your TV License for the right to access the channels the BBC air on TV and radio, not for the content. For example, Have I got News for You, isn't made by the BBC it's made by a production company and the rights to show it are sold to the BBC, not the rights to the programme, hence why these shows can be resold to Dave etc, the BBC aren't the ones selling these shows on the makers are because they've given the BBC rights to show it. You License Fee does not mean the BBC belongs to you, it means you have the right to use it as it sees fit, ie you can use Iplayer, watch it live etc, it does not mean you can illegally download its content, without the revenue raised by selling DVDs etc then the License Fee would have to be an awfully lot higher to support the quality of broadcasting that the BBC is famous for. I'm a great supporter of the BBC and think that it's one the few things Britain can be proud of as it's generally regarded as amongst the finest if not the finest broadcaster in the World.

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jester1470

No, none of the content belongs to you, it belongs to the BBC, what … No, none of the content belongs to you, it belongs to the BBC, what belongs to you is the right to watch it when it airs, you pay your TV License for the right to access the channels the BBC air on TV and radio, not for the content. For example, Have I got News for You, isn't made by the BBC it's made by a production company and the rights to show it are sold to the BBC, not the rights to the programme, hence why these shows can be resold to Dave etc, the BBC aren't the ones selling these shows on the makers are because they've given the BBC rights to show it. You License Fee does not mean the BBC belongs to you, it means you have the right to use it as it sees fit, ie you can use Iplayer, watch it live etc, it does not mean you can illegally download its content, without the revenue raised by selling DVDs etc then the License Fee would have to be an awfully lot higher to support the quality of broadcasting that the BBC is famous for. I'm a great supporter of the BBC and think that it's one the few things Britain can be proud of as it's generally regarded as amongst the finest if not the finest broadcaster in the World.



Well said!

markyp7e

Well said!



Hear hear !!!

Great price!

markyp7e

... Will never be this price again. ...



I wish my crystal ball was as effective as yours!

jester1470

No, none of the content belongs to you, it belongs to the BBC, what … No, none of the content belongs to you, it belongs to the BBC, what belongs to you is the right to watch it when it airs, you pay your TV License for the right to access the channels the BBC air on TV and radio, not for the content. For example, Have I got News for You, isn't made by the BBC it's made by a production company and the rights to show it are sold to the BBC, not the rights to the programme, hence why these shows can be resold to Dave etc, the BBC aren't the ones selling these shows on the makers are because they've given the BBC rights to show it. You License Fee does not mean the BBC belongs to you, it means you have the right to use it as it sees fit, ie you can use Iplayer, watch it live etc, it does not mean you can illegally download its content, without the revenue raised by selling DVDs etc then the License Fee would have to be an awfully lot higher to support the quality of broadcasting that the BBC is famous for. I'm a great supporter of the BBC and think that it's one the few things Britain can be proud of as it's generally regarded as amongst the finest if not the finest broadcaster in the World.



LOL

you clearly haven't been reading the telegraph if you think the BBC is the finest broadcaster in the world...that with b-liar previously trying to choke off its public funding...and together with the current scandal, both the payoffs and the censoring of nigel kennedy

regarding the content ownership...in your long speech, you never even came near to explaining who owns the rights for the work carried out directly by the bbc....

either it is the finest broadcaster in the world and commissions its own work to achieve that title, or it is just a reseller, in which case the argument for it to be publically funded is non-sense...

if it is the finest broadcaster in the world....who owns the content if it is not us that pays the license fee ?

Edited by: "tubbyasstoo" 19th Sep 2013

tubbyasstoo

LOLyou clearly haven't been reading the telegraph if you think the BBC is … LOLyou clearly haven't been reading the telegraph if you think the BBC is the finest broadcaster in the world...that with b-liar previously trying to choke off its public funding...and together with the current scandal, both the payoffs and the censoring of nigel kennedyregarding the content ownership...in your long speech, you never even came near to explaining who owns the rights for the work carried out directly by the bbc....either it is the finest broadcaster in the world and commissions its own work to achieve that title, or it is just a reseller, in which case the argument for it to be publically funded is non-sense...if it is the finest broadcaster in the world....who owns the content if it is not us that pays the license fee ?



Sorry it's taken me 2 months to reply, I hadn't even noticed there had been a response.

First of all, I'm no fan of labour but I think you'll find the worst cuts to the BBC have been from the Tories, and with regards to who thinks the BBC is amongst the finest broadcasters in the World Here's an interesting article from superbrands: d3iixjhp5u37hr.cloudfront.net/fil…pdf

You don't believe if you subscribe to Sky you own Sky's output do you ? The BBC own the rights, and you pay for the right to access that information. You do not own the BBC, why would you ? The BBC is effectively a subscription corporation, you pay for the right to subscribe, if you buy a season ticket for a football club you own the right to go and watch the team when they play at home, within the ts & cs, and you have no other rights beyond that, effectively that is the situation with the BBC. The BBC owns the rights because they paid for it. You paid the money to them to access the service not to have any kind of control - they chose what to commission and paid for it.

I'm not sure why you think paying a subscription means you own something, it doesn't all it means is you can access that when that information or show is available, if you wish to access it outside of the time it is available then you have to pay for it, as you're paying to have it at your convenience.
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