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'Doctor Who' top 10 best stories: 8 - 'The Tomb of the Cybermen'

Digital Spy readers named David Tennant as Doctor Who's greatest ever Doctor - now, with just 10 weeks to go until the 50th anniversary, DS is embarking on a new quest... to list the top 10 Who stories of all time.

We kicked off proceedings with William Hartnell classic 'The Aztecs', while Jon Pertwee's 'The Daemons' filled the number 9 spot. This week, we're heading into the Patrick Troughton era for a stone cold classic once thought lost forever...

8. The Tomb Of The Cybermen (1967) - Four episodes - written by Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis

Series 5 of Doctor Who is often referred to as one of the show's all-time great runs, but it would have been so easy for Patrick Troughton's first full series as the Doctor to get off to a rocky start. While 'The Tomb of the Cybermen' saw the return of fan favourites the Cybermen, it also
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The Tomb of the Cybermen: Doctor Who classic episode #3

If you've not seen 1960s-style Cybermen, you'll have no idea of the terror they inspired. Along with Patrick Troughton as the Doctor, they make this episode an absolute classic

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Spoiler Alert: We'll be discussing some of the Doctor Who adventures broadcast over the last 50 years. In this blog, we're looking at episode two of The Tomb of the Cybermen. It contains spoilers both about the specific episode and the story as a whole.

The Tomb of the Cybermen: episode two (9 September 1967)

The One Where … The Cybermen awaken from their slumber and make fan history

It has to go down as one of the greatest cliffhangers Doctor Who has ever seen. At the climax of the second episode, the Cybercontroller reveals himself, and this story is rubberstamped as classic.

The Doctor and his companions have arrived on the planet Telos, and come across an archaeological
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