In 1979, the BBC released a condensed soundtrack version of the popular classic "Genesis of the Daleks" as a 12" vinyl LP. With specially-recorded bridging narration by actor Tom Baker, this was therefore probably the first true Doctor Who audio adventure. The BBC have recently released a re-mastered version of this version of "Genesis" as a reasonably-priced LP-style "Vintage Beeb" CD.This video is of the original vinyl LP. It is a BBC Record, distributed by PYE Records. The number of the record is REH 364.Doctor Who and TARDIS are trademarks of the BBC. No copyright infringement intended. Dalek word mark and device mark are trade marks of the British Broadcasting Corporation and Terry Nation.Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.My videos are transformative and creative in character. There is no attempt to demean the original work or harm the copyright owner's market. Also, there is no attempt by this uploader to profit financially from any of my videos.I believe my videos fulfill the criteria of fair use due to their purpose and character, their having no negative effect upon the value and marketability of the original works, and their amount and substantiality.
A clip from "Television's Greatest Hits" (BBC, 1999) featuring John Scott Martin, the longest serving Dalek-operator. Hosted by Gaby Roslin, and including clips from "Death to the Daleks", "Destiny of the Daleks" and "Day of the Daleks", as well as from the music-video for Catatonia's "Dead From The Waist Down" in which Martin played a farmer. Transferred from videotape.Doctor Who and TARDIS are trademarks of the BBC.