Doctor Who: Nightmare of Eden

Doctor Who: Nightmare of Eden

Doctor Who: The Classic Series

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release: 1978-01-01
  • Rate: TV-14
  • Episodes: 4
  • iTunes Price: USD 4.99


The orbit of the holiday planet, Azure, the year 2116. The starships Empress and Hecate are fused together after an accident in hyperspace. Naturally the Doctor thinks he can find a solution, but has the accident unleashed a far more deadly menace?


Title Time Price
1 Nightmare of Eden, Episode 1 24:18 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
2 Nightmare of Eden, Episode 2 22:44 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
3 Nightmare of Eden, Episode 3 24:05 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
4 Nightmare of Eden, Episode 4 24:31 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes


  • Trouble with the Doctor

    By Grimklok
    I love the fact that a new Doctor Who Classic serial is available each quarter on iTunes, but…I have a major complaint: the episodes aren't tagged properly so none of them show up in the right order in your library. This applies to EVERY episode from the Classic Series. When is this going to get fixed?
  • Need more of the classics

    By alien scot
    I have been watching doctor who since the early 70's and love the show. Just wish they would add more of the episodes lots still missing and subtittles for those of us who dont hear as well as they use to.
  • Not great, but far from bad

    By Dalek47
    Falling in the middle of one of the most controversial seasons in Doctor Who history, between two of the worst stories in Doctor Who history (The Creature from the Pit and the Horns of Nimon) , Nightmare of Eden is one of my favorite stories. It handles the matter of drug trafficking and space travel in a manner appropriate for audiences of all ages. Written by long running Doctor Who writer, Bob Baker (this being his last script for the program and his only one not written with writing partner Dave Martin) Nightmare of Eden may have terrible looking monsters and a space ship collission that is so poorly designed it is difficult for the viewer to comprehend the image, this story is definatly a good Doctor Who story and holds up well. Far better then the stories before and after, although nowhere near as good as City of Death from earlier in the season, Nightmare of Eden accomplishes what it sets out to do, with the best part being the Doctor telling Tryst in the end to go away. Wath the story and you will understand.
  • Great Sci -Fi

    By JulieWenck1994
    Ok - I know it's low budget but the story lines are great! I have been a fan since my 9th grade Science teacher told our class about it in 1980
  • The Doctor is IN!!!!!

    By mFalco
    Can we get ALL of the Tom Baker seasons, especially "The Key to Time" six part series....please
  • Doctor Who Rules

    By QueenofDNile
    Every addition of Doctor Who on iTunes means I need to get a larger hard drive! The Doctor fighting the drug lords on every planet! PS The year for this episode is really 1979(Nov/Dec)