Doctor Who: The Complete Specials Box Set Released

Today, Monday the eleventh of January, has seen the official release of Doctor Who: The Complete Specials as both a DVD and Blu-ray box set. The set is the latest in a long line and features David Tennant's latest five episodes as The Doctor. This is the best way to buy these five episodes as none of them have been released as part of other box sets before. However, please be aware that Planet of the Dead and The Next Doctor are available as single disc DVDs, with Planet of the Dead also available as a Blu-ray. This set follows previous box set releases for series one, series two, series three and series four of Doctor Who.

The box set contains the episodes: The Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, The Waters of Mars, The End of Time Part One and The End of Time Part Two. Each episode also has an accompanying episode of Doctor Who Confidential. The episodes of Confidential which are included as part of this DVD and Blu-ray box set are: Christmas 2008, Desert Storm, Is There Life on Mars?, Lords and Masters and Allons-y. Special features for the set include: commentaries with cast and crew, deleted scenes from the specials, David Tennant's Video Diaries, Christmas BBC idents, trailers, Comic-Con 2009 and Doctor Who at the Proms.

Doctor Who: The Complete Specials is now available to purchase in stores across the United Kingdom and Ireland. The standard DVD set has a recomended retail price of £39.99 whilst the Blu-ray version is priced at £49.99. However prices are not this high with most places selling the DVD version for around £25 and the Blu-ray version for around £35. Today has also seen the simultaneous release of Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars and The End of Time on DVD. To find out more about this release click here.

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