BBC Worldwide have confirmed that this year's November release for their Doctor Who range will be the much-rumoured Lost in Time box set. The three disk set will contain the eighteen episodes from stories currently too incomplete in the BBC's archives to merit a DVD release of their own, including the first chance most fans will get to see episode two of The Dalek's Masterplan, Day of Armageddon, which was only returned in January this year. The first disk will contain the stories from William Hartnell's era of the programme and the second and third those from Patrick Troughton's. All episodes will be extensively cleaned up and run through the VidFIRE process by the ever-diligent Restoration Team and in addition there will be: Commentaries on six episodes Behind the Scenes Footage Surviving Clips from episodes still missing Audio recordings of the still missing episodes of The Crusade and The Moonbase An extended version of documentary The Missing Years The set will be released simultaneously on Region One and Two, with Region One buyers having the choice of purchasing the Hartnell or Troughton disks separately as well as together. I would be interested to know what a general DVD buying audience thinks of this release from BBCWW. Of course the 18 orphan episodes from William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton will be painstakingly restored. Still I think I would have preferred a complete Black and White story considering there are still 17 Hartnells and 4 Troughtons complete awaiting release and the release rate is so slow we will be waiting for years for them. What do you think ?