The TARDIS arrives in the year 2540 on board an Earth spaceship, which then comes under attack. The crew perceive the Doctor, Jo and the attackers as Draconians, whose empire currently rivals Earth's for control of the galaxy. The Doctor and Jo, however, see that the attackers are really Ogrons.
The Ogrons stun everyone on board and steal the ship's cargo - including the TARDIS. Accused by the Earth authorities of spying for the Draconians, the Doctor is sent to a penal colony on the Moon while Jo is placed in the custody of a Commissioner from Sirius 4 - actually the Master.
Planet of the Daleks:
The TARDIS materialises in a hostile jungle on the planet Spiridon. Jo sets out alone to find help for the Doctor, who has fallen into a coma. She meets a party of Thals and is left in hiding aboard their crashed spaceship while they go to the Doctor's aid. The Time Lord, now recovered, learns of their mission to destroy a party of Daleks sent here to discover the native Spiridons' secret of invisibility
The TARDIS arrives in the year 2540 on board an Earth spaceship, which then comes under attack.
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“Only 12 classic episodes of the Clasic Who series, featuring Jon Pertwee as the third Doctor. Two six-part stories are included: 'Frontier in Space' (which marked Roger Delgado's final appearance in the role of The Master) and 'Planet of the Daleks', which boasts a colour-restored version of the previously-lost third episode. In 'Frontier in Space', the Doctor and Jo (Katy Manning) are caught up in the tensions between the Earth and Draconian Empires in a 26th-century interplanetary war. In 'Planet of the Daleks', the Doctor lands the Tardis on the dangerous planet Spiridon, home to a army of Daleks. A Pitty it's not a Complete Dalek Box Set for the Price. ”
From: Aaron Nicholson
“These two linked six parters have the makings of epics, and epitomise the Pertwee era. The innovative costume and mask designs of the Draconians are beautiful.Planet of the Daleks almost manages to pull off what is movie material. While the jungle studio set initially seems stagey, it is saved by location film work in episode five. Studio film inserts and model film material manage to give the story a comic strip book feel. Pertwee is at his best. Personally I could not live without this adventure.”
From: John Elliot