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Classic Audio Book: Last of the Gaderene

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Category: Classic Audio Books

Richard Franklin reads an original novel by Mark Gatiss, featuring the Third Doctor as played on TV by Jon Pertwee.

 

The aerodrome in Culverton has new owners, and they promise an era of prosperity for the idyllic village. But former Spitfire pilot Alex Whistler is suspicious, and when black-shirted troops appear on the streets, he contacts his old friend Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart at UNIT.

 

The Doctor investigates – and soon uncovers a sinister plot to colonise the Earth. The Gaderene are on their way…

 

Richard Franklin, who played UNIT’S Captain Mike Yates in the Doctor Who TV series, reads this exciting original adventure by Mark Gatiss

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Classic Audio Book: City of Death

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Category: Classic Audio Books

An unabridged reading of the brand new novelisation of a classic Fourth Doctor TV story by Douglas Adams. Read by Lalla Ward.

 

The Doctor takes Romana for a holiday in Paris - a city which, like a fine wine, has a bouquet all its own. But the TARDIS arrives in 1979, a table-wine year, whose vintage is soured by cracks in the very fabric of time itself. Soon the Time Lords are embroiled in an audacious alien scheme which encompasses home-made time machines, the theft of the Mona Lisa, the resurrection of the much-feared Jagaroth race, and the beginning (and quite possibly the end) of all life on Earth.

 

Aided by British private detective Duggan, the Doctor and Romana must thwart the machinations of the suave, mysterious Count Scarlioni - all twelve of him - if the human race has any chance of survival.

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Faction Paradox Liberating Earth

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Category: Faction Paradox Books

“The human race had every opportunity. We blew it, darling

 

Take two Cousins from Faction Paradox.

 

Give them a world – the Earth, for example – and give them the power to change that world’s history as they see fit.

 

Then stand back and watch what happens…

 

Just what would happen if a couple of Cousins used our planet as their personal game board? As they create one alternative reality after another, twisting history and reality into knots, only one outcome is sure: whoever wins, the human race loses.”

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Vortex Manipulator Watch

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Category: Classic, New Series and Cult TV Gifts

Now you can have your very own Vortex Manipulator LCD Watch from the Doctor Who TV series on the BBC! Vortex Manipulators have been used in the Doctor Who series by Captain Jack, River Song and the Doctor on occasion! This Doctor Who Vortex Manipulator LCD Watch features the time, a light, an adjustable leather strap, and a removable cover. It's the perfect item for Whovians to tell the time! Requires 4 x "LR41" batteries, included. Ages 15 and up.

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Raven

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Category: Cult Fiction

The ancient underground caves were in danger — they were going to be filled with atomic waste. But forces were at work to save the sacred ground — forces from another time.

 

Why did the caves contain mysterious symbols and how did the legend of King Arthur connect with them? What power did Professor Young, the archaeologist have to save the cave complex? And why did the Merlin suddenly appear?

 

Raven, on probation from Borstal, found himself caught up with these strange powers, and began to realise that the future of the caves depended on him...

 

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

 

Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray are both actor-writers. ‘Children of the Stones’ for HTV was their first collaboration, closely followed by ‘Raven’ and the children’s novel ‘Mystery of the Tower’.

 

Jeremy’s writing credits include ‘The Avengers’, ‘Paul Temple’, ‘When the Boat Comes In’, ‘Minder’, ‘C.A.T.S. Eyes’ and ‘Inspector Morse’ to name but a few.

 

A stalwart of the National Theatre and the BBC Radio Drama department in both capacities as Actor and Writer, Trevor is best known to fans of Cult Television for his work on Doctor Who in 1969/70.

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Sky

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Category: Cult Fiction

“The Juganet is a circle. The circle is a machine. The machine is a cross-over point. The point is a paramagnetic intersection. That is where I must be. Not here...”

 

Eerie, unsettling and a benchmark production for children’s television in the 1970s, Sky was created by Doctor Who stalwarts Bob Baker and Dave Martin as one of the run of outstanding children’s dramas HTV produced in that decade.

 

Sky is a mixture of ecological fable, science fantasy and good, old-fashioned peril. An ethereal boy called Sky materialises on an Earth that is as unprepared for him as he is for it. He soon realises that he’s been brought to the wrong time and must seek out the Juganet to return to his correct place in reality. With the help of tearaway Arby Venner, his sister June and friend Roy he must race against time as Nature rejects Sky and the Earth’s immune system creates the evil Goodchild, who is out to stop him at all costs...

 

Based on one of the most memorable television series of the 1970s starring Marc Harrison, Stuart Lock & Cherrald Butterfield.

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Collected Comics: The Good Soldier

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Category: Doctor Who Comics and Collected Comics

By popular demand! A brand new collection of classic comic strips collecting the adventures of the Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Ace, from the pages of Doctor Who Magazine.

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Doctor Who Series 8 OST

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Category: Soundtrack and Music CD

Doctor Who: Series 8 will be the first soundtrack release of music from the twelfth Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi, featuring the new Doctor’s theme A Good Man? (Twelve’s Theme). This 3 disc set also includes the music from the episode Last Christmas and an extensive 24 page booklet with notes from Murray Gold. The score is performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Murray Gold (computer instruments, guitars and synths) and conducted by Ben Foster and James Shearman.

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Man Behind the Master, The (Signed Hardcover)

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Category: Autobiography

Although known to an audience of millions the world over for his portrayal of The Doctor's arch nemesis The Master in Doctor Who during the 1980's, Anthony Ainley had a prolific career which encompassed starring roles in Spyders Web and It's Dark Outside, as well as appearances in renowned dramas such as The Pallisers, Elizabeth R, Nicholas Nickleby, Upstairs, Downstairs, and cult films including Blood On Satan's Claw and The Land That Time Forgot.

 

But the dramas in Anthony's real life were far more fascinating than any of the many parts he played on screen. Born the illegitimate son of actor Henry Ainley, and taken into care at the Actors' Orphanage at the age of four, the hidden story behind one of Doctor Who's most enigmatic characters is brought to life by author Karen Louise Hollis.

 

Using exhaustive interviews with friends and colleagues from every aspect of Anthony's life, including his best friend from school, fellow children from the Actors' Orphanage, cricketing friends, colleagues, and those who remained close to him until his death in 2004, this book aims to uncover the real Anthony Ainley - The Man Behind The Master.

 

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Jago and Litefoot Series 9 Box Set

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Category: Jago and Litefoot

Four brand new stories featuring the investigators of infernal incidents, in one box set:

The Flying Frenchmen (by Jonathan Morris)

Jago and Litefoot embark on a cruise. It’s supposed to be a relaxing break, but what terrors lurk in the mysterious fog? And what about the other ships that seem trapped along with the Fata Morgana – are they friend or foe? Or something much more frightening?

 

The Devil’s Dicemen (by Justin Richards)

Arriving at Monte Carlo, Jago is keen to try his luck at the famous casino. But if he’s not careful he could lose a lot more than just money. While Litefoot makes a new friend, Jago and ship’s purser Aubrey find themselves playing for high stakes at the Clandestine Dark Casino.

 

Island of Death (by Simon Barnard & Paul Morris)

Arriving at a beautiful island, Jago and Litefoot discover evidence of a missing expedition. Can they discover what happened to the ship’s crew – before it happens to them? And will they be able to avoid the amorous advances of the formidable Lady Danvers?

 

Return of the Nightmare (by Justin Richards)

There is a murderer loose aboard the ship. If they can solve the mystery of the strange fog and return to London, will that make matters better, or far worse? The answers lie deep in the past, and Jago and Litefoot soon learn that not everyone is who – or what – they might seem.

 

Written By: Jonathan Morris, Justin Richards, Simon Barnard, Paul Morris

Directed By: Lisa Bowerman

 

Cast:

Trevor Baxter (Professor George Litefoot), Christopher Benjamin (Henry Gordon Jago), Conrad Asquith (Inspectror Quick), Lisa Bowerman (Ellie)

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Doctor Who Magazine 486

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Category: Doctor Who Magazine

Former showrunner Russell T Davies talks Sex Drugs and Rock & Roll in the latest edition of Doctor Who Magazine.

 

The man who brought Doctor Who back to TV in 2005 returns with an audio adaptation of his very first Doctor Who adventure, the 1996 novel Damaged Good. Davies tells DWM how the story influenced his reinvention of the TV series

It kind of shows the promise that I didn't know was there with Doctor Who. Because Doctor Who – the 'classic' Doctor Who that I grew up loving – didn't, famously, blow up the world. Invasions and monsters would tend to limit themselves to the gardens of UNIT, or a country house. It's interesting, that sequence in Damaged Goods with the train blowing up, which then led to me destroying the entire city – that kind of liberated me, and then I carried that into Doctor Who. So I was thinking 'Right, you can have a spaceship crash into Big Ben, you can do anything you like..

Also inside this issue

Damaged Goods – The Audio Version

DWM talks to the cast of the new audio of Damaged Goods, including Sylvester McCoy, Yasmin Bannerman, Michelle Collins, Denise Black, Peter Barrett, Daniel Brocklebank, Richard Hope and the script-writer of the adaptation, Jonathan Morris.

Carole Ann Ford Is Taken Back In Time

Carole Ann Ford reminisces about being the Doctor's very first companion, as she looks through fascinating scrapbooks containing rare and unique clippings that were compiled by the original producer of the series, Verity Lambert.

Video Tasty

DWM reveals the history of how Doctor Who was brought to home video, and talks to the people responsible for the early releases. Plus, never-before-printed information on what the censors thought of the episodes...

Barry Newbery Remembered

A tribute to the late Barry Newbery, the man who designed many classic Doctor Who stories during the 1960s and 70s.

The Highlanders

Discover fascinating new facts about the 1966-67 Second Doctor adventure The Highlanders in The Fact of Fiction.

Doctor Who Adventures

Go behind the scenes of the children's magazine Doctor Who Adventures, as DWM chats to editor Jason Quinn about his plans for the relaunched title.

Blood and Ice

Clara sees double while the Doctor makes a chilling discovery! Blood and Ice – the brand new comic strip written by Jacqueline Rayner and illustrated by Martin Geraghty – continues...

Steven Moffat Answers Your Questions

Steven Moffat answers readers’ questions, and talks about the casting of Game of Thrones star Masie Williams in Doctor Who.

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Classic Audio Book: Roundheads, The

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Category: Classic Audio Books

An unabridged reading of Mark Gatiss' novel set in the aftermath of the English Civil War, featuring the Second Doctor as played by Patrick Troughton and his companions Ben, Polly, and Jamie. With the Civil War won, the Parliamentarians are struggling to hang on to power. But plans are being made to rescue the defeated King Charles from his prison…

 

With Ben press-ganged and put on board a mysterious ship bound for Amsterdam, Polly becomes an unwitting accomplice in the plot to rescue the King. The Doctor can’t help because he and Jamie have been arrested and sent to the Tower of London, charged with conspiracy.

 

Can the Doctor and Jamie escape, find Ben and rescue Polly – while making sure that history remains on its proper course?

 

Read by Anneke Wills

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