DOOMWATCH AT CAVERSHAM
You will pleased to hear I found exactly what I was looking for! I got slightly carried away with photocopying, (272 copies to be precise), discovered the somewhat archaic joy of Microfilm in a darkened room for five hours, while outside was that even more rare thing, British Sunshine! I have been very privileged to read and review all of the scripts for the missing episodes of DOOMWATCH (which are mainly from Season 3) and I am pleased to say the quality of writing is just as good as that in Season 1 and 2. The third season has been much maligned in the past and I feel this is unwarranted. It's definitely more a change in style than quality of work and a few elements from Season 2 are picked up. As an example, in one case a whole story. In season 2 episode 8, The Web of Fear by Gerry Davis, DOOMWATCH are urgently pressing for an inquest into Thames Valley flood levels and low and behold Season 3 presents us with the rather wonderful episode 9, Flood by Ian Curteis.