The Evil of the Daleks Scripts
The Doctor Who Scripts Project was started in
1995 by the Bristol University Doctor Who Society and this
was carried on by the Earthbound Timelords in April 1999.
Since the BBC has destroyed so many episodes of Doctor Who,
the idea of the project was to provide transcripts for the
episodes which cannot otherwise be experienced.
The links below will take you to the webpages of each episode.
The Evil of the Daleks Novelisation
In August 1993, The Evil of the Daleks
became the final Doctor Who TV story to be novelised.
The remaining stories which have not been turned into book
form are trapped in a world of copyright and license problems.
John Peel carried out the writing duties and
it was published under the Target banner as all the previous
Doctor Who novels had been, although it was published by Vigin
Peel included a number of interesting embelishments in his
book which, although not canon, are neverthless not contradicted
by anything on screen and add some depth to the story. For
instance, in the novelisation, the Emperor is revealed to
be the Dalek who originally exterminated Davros at the end
of Genesis of the Daleks. It is also referenced as
the 'Dalek Prime' which was Peel's name for the TV-21 style
Emperor also featured in his War of the Daleks novel.
The Evil of the Daleks Telesnaps
The BBC have created a fantastic 'Photonovel'
section of their website, in which they use all of John Cura's
telesnaps and accompany them with the original stage directions
and excepts of script for those moments. The images are entirely
representative of what was happening on screen at the time,
and provide a unique window into the missing episodes.
The links below will take you to the start of each episode.