BBC Worldwide have released details of next month’s Special Edition DVD release of The Green Death – check them out below and click on the pictures for bigger versions. It’s released in the UK on Aug 5.


•    Commentary with actors Katy Manning (Jo Grant), producer Barry Letts and script editor Terrance Dicks.
 
•    Bonus commentary with actors Richard Franklin (Captain Yates) and Mitzi McKenzie (Nancy), moderated by Toby Hadoke (episodes 3 – 5); with actress Katy Manning and writer Russell T Davies (episode 6)

•    The One With the Maggots – Cast and crew look back at the making of this story.

•    Global Conspiracy? A spoof investigative report looks at the strange happenings in the village of Llanfairfach.
 
•    Visual Effects An interview with the story’s visual effects designer, Colin Mapson.   

•    Robert Sloman and Stewart Bevan interviews

•    Wales Today – Two pieces from the BBC Wales news programme – a mute 1973 film insert from the filming of The Green Death, and a 1994 item with Jon Pertwee opening the new country park that was built on the site of the colliery used in the story.

  •    Doctor Forever: The Unquiet Dead – In this unique interview, new series creator Russell T Davies and then BBC Controller of Drama, Jane Tranter, talk about the genesis of Doctor Who’s rebirth on television.

•   What Katy Did Next – A look at Serendipity, the TV series that Katy Manning presented after leaving Doctor Who.

 •    The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor – This two-part story from 2010 sees Katy Manning reprising her role as Jo Grant and a guest appearance by Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor. Optional Commentary with actress Katy Manning and series creator Russell T Davies.
   
Radio Times listings (DVD-ROM), Programme subtitles, Production information subtitles and Photo gallery

Thanks to BBC Worldwide

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