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Doctor Who - The Robots of Death

Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who - The Robots of Death

Number 53 in the Doctor Who Library

by Terrance Dicks

  • 79 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by W.H. Allen .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7506062M
ISBN 100426200616
ISBN 109780426200611

Bizarre Alien Biology: The reason the Doctor's voice didn't go all squeaky.; Break the Badass: While the Doctor comfortably confronts the robots and murderers, the thought of what may result from robot terrorism seems to genuinely scare him.; Casting Gag: David Collings had previously played R. Daneel Olivaw in an adaptation of The Naked Sun.; Continuity Nod: The Doctor again (incorrectly.   robots of death & music by hawkwind (shawleksec edit).

  However, as Gordon Blows pointed out in the Doctor Who Appreciation Society Yearbook /78, there is much more to The Robots of Death than this: 'Most Doctor Who stories these days seem to be. Inside, the humans relax in luxury while most of the work is done by the robots who serve them. Then the Doctor and Leela arrive - and the mysterious deaths begin. First suspects, then hunted victims, Leela and the Doctor must find the hidden killer - or join the other victims of the Robots of Death.

  Doctor Who credits Wrote: The Face of Evil (), The Robots of Death (), Image of the Fendahl () Career highlights Chris started out as a satirical and comedy sketch writer for the likes of Braden's Week () and The Saturday Crowd (), later writing for Dave Allen At Large (), Romany Jones (), That's Life!   Doctor Who actors Pamela Salem and Louise Jameson share their memories of 'The Robots of Death', a classic Doctor Who episode from See more of this in the Revisitations 3 boxset, coming soon.


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One of the best regarded stories of the Phillip Hinchcliffe/Robert Holmes era (the story was one of the first fourth Doctor stories to hit both the VHS and DVD lines), "Robots of Death" is a Doctor Who version of a locked-room mystery.

Arriving aboard an isolated sand miner in the middle of the desert, /5. The crew only a half dozen humans and hundreds of automated robots the Doctor wonders if one of them is the murderer.

Stranger still one of the robots seems to be acting oddly even for a robot. Leela is fearful of the robots and doesn't understand.

The Doctor thinks its one of the crew at work. The commander in charge thinks its the Doctor and Leela/5(89). Doctor Who: The Robots of Death (Target Doctor Who Library) Paperback – March 1, by Terrance Dicks (Author)/5(2).

Doctor Who & the Robots of Death Paperback – January 1, See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — — Format: Paperback. Doctor Who and the Robots of Death by Terrance Dicks,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().

The latest instalment of Obverse Books’ Black Archive series is available now, and examines a much-loved Fourth Doctor classic: The Robots of Death (). The Robots of Death, a story from the Fourth Doctor's adventures, was one of those that I truly enjoyed.

Fascinating robots, interesting characters and a background that suggested, that hinted at, a realistic civilization in the background. The setting had weight and the only problem was the story/5(10). My book gets the nod from We Are Cult. Pull quote: "Though very few points in the series’ history are as highly regarded as The Robots of Death, Fiona Moore’s newly released Black Archive volume about the story – the 43rd in the series – nonetheless offers a fresh and compelling analysis." Read it here.

‘That’s impossible. Robots can’t kill.’ A literate science-fiction mystery set in an elegant, multicultural future society, The Robots of Death () represents a synthesis of a witty script, beautiful design and clever, sympathetic casting.

This Black Archive examines these elements contributing to the story’s alchemical brilliance, alongside the themes of artificial intelligence. The Robots of Death – Special Edition Starring Tom Baker and Louise Jameson.

The TARDIS, carrying the Doctor and his new companion Leela, arrives aboard a huge sandminer on a deserted world. The small human crew rely almost entirely on robots to carry out their every task and whim while they mine the planet’s rich.

The Robots of Death ★★★★★ Robots attack their masters aboard a Sandminer in this immaculately crafted whodunnit – "my Desert Island Who" Share on FacebookAuthor: Mark Braxton.

Hello everyone. Quite a nice quick & simple video today, as I am going to be doing my first review on a Classic Doctor Who episode - this one being The Robots of Death.

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Doctor Who is a British science fiction television programme produced by the BBC since Hundreds of novelisations of the series have been published by various publishers, the majority based on the original – run of the series.

The first three Doctor Who serials to be novelised were the s serials The Daleks, The Web Planet, and The Crusade (published as Doctor Who in an. Robots of Death has to be one of the best Doctor Who stories of all time.

It was even voted in at number 2 in DWM's survey for the best story. There are many elements that make this story work. Visually it is a feast of colourful costumes, and amazing robots in black polo necks!/5(69).

The Raston Warrior Robot was found in the Death Zone on Gallifrey; it could move faster than lightning and was capable of taking out a troop of Cybermen (The Five Doctors) in seconds.

It moves so fast that it appears to just teleport from place to place, only visible when it remains appearance: The Chase (). Doctor Who The robots of death (4) Dalek66 The Fourth Doctor and Leela land aboard a sandminer, whose crew believe them to be responsible for a murder.

As the crew continue to be picked off, the Doctor begins to suspect that the sandminer's robots may be responsible for the murders. Doctor Who Target Book Doctor Who and the Robots of Death. - The Robots of Death - 1 of 4 izleyin - Doctor-Who Türkiye Grubu Dailymotion'da.

Directed by Michael E. Briant inthe four part Doctor Who storyline Robots Of Death once again finds fan favorite actor Tom Baker as the scarf clad time traveler in a storyline that, while not necessarily the most original to come out of the show, delivers a lot of great Who-style entertainment.

Doctor Who The robots of death (3) Dalek66 The Fourth Doctor and Leela land aboard a sandminer, whose crew believe them to be responsible for a murder. As the crew continue to be picked off, the Doctor begins to suspect that the sandminer's robots may be responsible for the murders.Edward Burnham portrays the wild-haired, bespectacled boffin, Professor Kettlewell, who creates the titular K1 robot.

Along with Courtney and Levene, Burnham had also played a part in The Invasion where he had the role of Professor Watkins, another scientist-type ed by: Christopher Barry. The cast and crew look back at the making of The Robots of Death, and the hazards involved in knife throwing!

See more of this in the Revisitations 3 .