Doctor Who: The Two Doctors

Doctor Who: The Two Doctors

Doctor Who: The Classic Series

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release: 1985-01-01
  • Rate: TV-14
  • Episodes: 3
  • iTunes Price: USD 3.99


The alien space station J7, the mid-1980s Earth time. The Time Lords have sent the second Doctor and Jamie here to try to stop dangerous experiments into time travel. But the station comes under attack from the Sontarans, and far away in space and time the sixth Doctor goes into psychic shock . . .


Title Time Price
1 The Two Doctors, Episode 1 44:24 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
2 The Two Doctors, Episode 2 44:50 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
3 The Two Doctors, Episode 3 44:47 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes


  • one of the better 6th doctor stories

    By Keith Inman
    you know despite its flaws, I really enjoyed this serial
  • Not my favorite of the "Doctors" specials.

    By Hitsugi Nerd
    This is my least favorite specials, simply because I am not a fan of the sixth. The star of this show is definitely Frazer Hines (Jamie) and Patrick Troughton (Second Doctor) both are phenomenal together and act as how a Companion and Doctor should act. The story is decent, but half the time it felt like only Jamie and Second were getting anything done. Worth the watch though.
  • A nice opportunity to see two Doctors

    By Thickbass
    Like many kids in the US, I grew up watching Doctor Who on PBS, and i actually got to see almost all of the episodes from Jon Pertwee until the middle of Colin Baker's run. I saw a few with Patrick Troughton and a few with Sylvester McCoy, so those two (leaving aside William Hartnell, who I've only seen brief clips of) are the ones I've seen but never really got to know. There are several stories available in which two or more Doctors appear, most notably The Five Doctors, but this is one of the few that features two Doctors at length. For me, it was interesting to see these two play off each other, because I was always under the impression that their personalities were somewhat similar, somewhat silly, but also cold and calculating, as though the goofy ineptness was all an act. They're also both quite rough on their companions at time, but clearly care a great deal for them and look after them (and are looked after BY them), at other times. The story itself is not bad, characterized by the open framework and repeating corridor sets often seen in the 80s episodes, on the space station, while the Earth scenes are set in Spain and are quite interesting, because they're one of the few times you see the Doctor and aliens interact with modern times, until the show was resurrected a few years back.
  • one of the greats

    By that_dl_kid
    While I love the Colin Baker Doctor this is a tease. Here I thought I might have actually I found a version of the 1996 movie when seeing the picture only to be disappointed after reading teh other comments. Still Baker has a good preformance and it is one of Troughtons best! Bring more classic Dotor Who iTunes!
  • hahahahah

    By time lord of the dance
    in the first part were the moth person and the lady just see the space ship there is a nip slip
  • Thank you BBC, but sloppy work!!

    By Doctor What?
    I love DR WHO and iTunes, but these episode are horribly miss-labled and miss-organized. Please do not name an episode " episode 1" "episode 2" etc.. it will not sort correctly in itunes. it mixes all the ep 1's from othere serise. it should read ie: "sontaran experiment episode 01 of 04" etc... even worse some episode are simply miss numbered, episode 01 is actually episode 03 (see ghost light) . Also the above listed episode has album artwork from the wrong doctor... In fact that is a pic from the 1996 TV movie.. not even close! This is basic stuff BBC
  • Great story, but...

    By dangertim
    ... the wrong picture is attached. That's Paul McGann and Daphne Ashbrook from the 1996 TV Movie, not Colin Baker and Patrick Troughton, etc from The Two Doctors (1985).
  • The Sixth Doctor and the Second Doctor team up

    By Dee Byers
    It's a pretty good episode, if slightly too long by an episode. Filmed on location in Spain!