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The Caves of Androzani: Part Four
Broadcast: Friday 25th February 2000
10:24pm-10:49pm PST (06:24 GMT) < > « »
Featuring: Peter Davison, Nicola Bryant, Anthony Ainley, Colin Baker, Janet Fielding, Gerald Flood, Christopher Gable, Robert Glenister, John Normington, Maurice Roƫves, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, Matthew Waterhouse

Morgus is ruined and Jek goes on a murderous rampage. Back in the TARDIS, the 'dying' Doctor manages to cure Peri's spectrox toxaemia and then regenerates...

Synopsis Source: Doctor Who Guide
Broadcast Source: TWIDW

Report from the This Week in Doctor Who Archive:

Friday 25th February 2000:
KTEH 54 San Jose, CA
Peter Davison in the studio presenting the best of his era.
8PM PST Earthshock ep 4 of 4
The Cybermen want to make the Doctor suffer on a personal level when they destroy Earth. A very "special" episode.
8:36PM PST Terminus ep 3 of 4
Reaching the heart of Terminus, the Doctor learns a dark secret about the past which could have dangerous consequences in the near future.
9:12PM PST Resurrection of the Daleks 4 part version, ep 2
(KTEH has attempted to restore the sound, as the US print is missing some effects.) What could possibly have so terrified the Daleks that they would try to rescue Davros?
9:48PM PST Planet of Fire ep 3 of 4
The secrets of Turlough's past may be the only hope to stop the Master and save the people of Trion. What will it take for Turlough to reveal the truth?
10:24PM PST The Caves of Androzani ep 4 of 4
Dying from Spectrox Toxaemia, the Doctor races for a cure for Peri, seemingly oblivious to the politics and murder going on all around him.
11PM PST The Five Doctors Special Edition 1995 restoration/revision
A black-robed figure takes over the Death Zone on Gallifrey and sends all the known incarnations of the Doctor there for a dark purpose - the BBC needed an anniversary special.
12:45AM PST Interview With Peter Davison 1991
Peter Davison in an early 90s interview focusing on All Creatures Great And Small and Doctor Who.