The TARDIS is sent out of control, and when it materialises on Earth it has shrunk, and so have the occupants who are all now around 1 inch tall.
The Doctor and his companions stumble across a plot by a scientist, Professor Smithers, and a buisnessman, Forester, to launch the new insecticide DN6. DN6 does not just kill insects that are harmful to agriculture, but also those that are essantial.
A Government agent, Farrow, discovers the plan but is murdered before he can reveal it. The minaturised Ian and Barbara witness the murder.
Despite the fact the being minaturised leaves the Doctor and his companions to the mercy of plugholes and giant matchboxes, the Doctor manages to create an explosion and also rouse the suspicsions of the local police who call round to investigate.
Regular castSusan Foreman: Carole Ann Ford; Barbara Wright: Jacqueline Hill; Ian Chesterton: William Russell;
Guest castForester: Alan Tilvern; Arnold Farrow: Frank Cranshaw (1-2); Professor Smithers: Reginald Barrett (2-3); Hilda Rowse: Rosemary Johnson (3); Bert Rowse: Fred Ferris (3);
|BBC 1||43||Planet Of Giants||Sat 31 October 1964||5:15 pm - 5:40 pm||8.4M||37th|
|BBC 1||44||Dangerous Journey||Sat 7 November 1964||5:15 pm - 5:40 pm||8.4M||45th|
|BBC 1||45||Crisis||Sat 14 November 1964||5:15 pm - 5:40 pm||8.9M||33rd|
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Ealing Television Film Studios; Television Centre Studio 4;
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The Miniscules; Episode 2: Death In The Afternoon;