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"The Dalek Invasion of Earth" is the second story of the second season of Doctor Who.

The Dalek Invasion of Earth
Season 2 (1964-1965), Episode 4 to Episode 9
Air date 21 November - 26 December 1964
Written by Terry Nation
Directed by Richard Martin
Episode guide
Planet of Giants
The Rescue


World's End[]

The Daleks[]

Day of Reckoning[]

The End of Tomorrow[]

The Waking Ally[]


Background information[]

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  • Dr. Who - William Hartnell
  • Ian Chesterton - William Russell
  • Barbara Wright - Jacqueline Hill
  • Susan Foreman - Carole Ann Ford
  • Carl Tyler - Bernard Kay
  • David Campbell - Peter Fraser
  • Dortmun - Alan Judd
  • Robomen -
    • Peter Badger
    • Martyn Huntley
  • Dalek Operators -
    • Nick Evans
    • Robert Jewell
    • Kevin Manser
    • Peter Murphy
    • Gerald Taylor
  • Dalek Voices -
    • David Graham
    • Peter Hawkins
  • Jenny - Ann Davies
  • Craddock - Michael Goldie
  • Thomson - Michael Davis
  • Baker - Richard McNeff
  • Larry Madison - Graham Rigby
  • Wells - Nicholas Smith
  • Slyther Operator - Nick Evans
  • Ashton - Patrick O'Connell
  • The Women in the Wood -
    • Jean Conroy
    • Meriel Horson

Uncredited performers[]

  • Pat Gorman as a male freedom fighter (2-3)
  • Unknown performer as Phil Madison (5)


  • Written by Terry Nation
  • Directed by Richard Martin
  • Produced by Verity Lambert
  • Fights Arranged by Peter Diamond
  • Title music by Ron Grainer with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
  • Incidental music composed and conducted by Francis Chagrin
  • Film Cameraman - Peter Hamilton
  • Film Editor - John Griffiths
  • Costumes supervised by Daphne Dare
  • Make-up supervised by
    • Sonia Markham
    • Elizabeth Blattner
  • Lighting - Howard King
  • Sound - Jack Brummitt
  • Story Editor - David Whitaker
  • Designer - Spencer Chapman
  • Associate Producer - Mervyn Pinfield


2157; 2164; 2166; 2167

5th Cavalry; 7SO Earth Mover; acetylene torch; acid bomb; Africa; alligator; Alps; Alpha Major; ankle; apple; Asia; Astronaut Fair; atomic bomb; bacteria; Battersea Power Station; bayonet; Bedford; Bedfordshire; Bedfordshire mining camp; Beta Section 001; bicycle; Big Ben; binoculars; black market; Boston Tea Party; Boyle's law; brain; bread; car; Chelsea; Chelsea side-load; Civic Transport Museum; Coal Hill School; commandant; cook; Cornwall; cosmic storm; crowbar; crystal; Dalek; Dalekanium; Dalek language; Dalek occupation of Earth (2157-67); Dalek saucer; Dalek Supreme Command; dog; drug; dustbin; Earth; earthquake; Edgware; electricity; elephant; energy collection disc; England; Europe; Fairyland; firebomb; fish; fissure capsule; fleet; flying saucer; force field; general; germ bomb; goat; gold; gravity; gun; Hannibal; heliport; Houses of Parliament; India; Indian Mutiny; jewel; knife; Lee, Robert E.; London; London sewers; London Underground; lorry; machine gun; Madison, Angela; magnet; magnetic core; magnetism; magnifying glass; meteorite; milk float; mining; mole; monkey; moon station; moving pavement; nuclear power; orange; outer core; oxygen; penetration explosive; pickaxe; plague; Project Degravitate; quartz; rabbit; radiation; radio; rail truck; reptile; Red Indian; River Thames; Roboman; robot; scanner; Section 5; Skaro; slave; Sloane Square; Slyther; South America; St Albans; Stanmore; static electricity; sugar; Supreme Controller; TARDIS key; thermostat; three-dimensional graph geometry; Trafalgar Square; transfer operation; tube station; Venus; volcano; Westminster Bridge; White City; wheelchair; whip; worm; veto; zoo

Additional references[]

1819; 1856; 1895; 1904; 1958

Borough of Ealing; British Army