The search for the third segment of the Key to Time leads The Doctor, Romana and K9 to Boscombe Moor on Earth in the late 20th century. Here they encounter Professor Amelia Rumford and Vivien Fay, who are surveying an ancient stone circle called the Nine Travellers. What is the link between an ancient Celtic goddess, an alien criminal and a transporter ship concealed in hyperspace? And can the Doctor escape the Druidic sacrifice of blood to uncover the mystery of the moving stones?
Commentary #1 by Mary Tamm (Romana] and Darrol Blake (Director)
Commentary #2 by Tom Baker (The Doctor) Mary Tamm (Romana), Susan Engel (Vivien Fay) and David Fisher (Writer)
Getting Blood from the Stones Cast and crew look back at the making of The Stones of Blood, including Mary Tamm, John Leeson (K9), Susan Engel, David Fisher, Anthony Read (Script Editor), Darrol Blake and Mat Irvine (Effects Designer)
Hammer Horror: A short featurette considering the influences of horror films on Doctor Who stories over the years
Stones Free Mary Tamm visits the Rollright Stones to meet experts on this ancient stone circle Deleted Scenes: Deleted footage from Part Two
The Model World of Robert Symes: An excerpt from a 1979 programme looking at the modelwork for The Stones of Blood
Blue Peter and Nationwide: The two BBC magazine programmes celebrate Doctor Who's 15th anniversary
Continuities Off-air continuity links from the story's original BBC1 transmission
Radio Times Billings: Original listings from Radio Times (DVD-ROM PC / Mac)
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Tom Baker as Doctor Who excellent s always but Mary Tamm as Romana I can nevr tell if she is taking things seriously or not. Still an excellent plot written by David Fisherand Sydney Newman in1978 about the third part in the search for the third segment of the Key to Time. Also an excellent performance by Beatrix Lehmann plAYING The part of an archeologist Professor Amelia Rumford and her side kick Vivien Fay the baddie. I can highly recomend this to any whovian or keen scifi fan as one to watch, the stone are excellent monsters and keps K9 o his paw, afirmative M a s t e r.