The groundbreaking classic British sci-fi series Doomwatch, that originally aired on the BBC from 1970 – 1972, comes to DVD for the very first time on 4th April and we have a chance for you to win 1 of 2 copies of the series on DVD.
At its peek, Doomwatch attracted in excess of 13.6 million viewers and spawned two film adaptations. Although in huge demand, it has never before been available on DVD, but now the episodes that still exist are released in a stunning seven-disc box set ‘Doomwatch Series 1-3 The Remaining Episodes’, together with unseen episode ‘Sex and Violence’ and the BBC documentary ‘The Cult of Doomwatch’.
The cult series is the brainchild of Kid Pedler and Gerry Davis, the men responsible for Doctor Who’s iconic Cybermen, and follows government agency The Department of Measurement of Scientific Work AKA Doomwatch, as they fight to protect mankind from all manner of horrifying technology and experiments gone wrong.
To be in with a chance to win 1 of 2 copies of the Doomwatch DVD just answer the question below:
When was Doomwatch aired on the BBC?
A. 1960 – 1962
B. 1970 – 1972
C. 1980 – 1982
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Doomwatch makes DVD debut on 4 April