Release Schedule for UK
The Adventures Of Lucie Miller Volume 1
1. The Dalek Trap by Nicholas Briggs.
2. The Revolution Game by Alice Cavender
3. The House on the Edge of Chaos by Eddie Robson.
4. Island of the Fendahl by Alan Barnes.
The Season 10 Blu Ray Collection
Doctor Who: The Collection’ returns with Season 10, featuring Jon Pertwee as the iconic Time Lord. All 26 episodes newly restored for Blu-ray and packed with hours of new and existing bonus material.
The Three Doctors
• Carnival of Monsters
• Frontier in Space
• Planet of the Daleks
• The Green Death
The Time War Volume 3
The Time War rages through space and time – two powerful enemies in a fight to the death. The Doctor keeps to the fringes of the conflict, helping where he can. He is not a warrior. Not yet. But this war takes no prisoners, and friends and enemies are drawing the Doctor ever closer to his destiny…
3.1 State of Bliss by Matt Fitton
3.2 The Famished Lands by Lisa McMullin
3.3 Fugitive in Time by Roland Moore
3.4 The War Valeyard by John Dorney
What if you’d committed a truly dreadful crime but couldn’t remember?
The Doctor takes Peri to the Memory Farm — a state of the art space station where hidden memories can be harvested and analysed. To their surprise, they find the station in lock-down and all its resources dedicated to probing the memories of an elderly man. Garius Moro may, or may not, have been responsible for the deaths of billions of people many years ago, but he simply can’t remember.
The assembled representatives of two opposing factions, each with their own agenda, anxiously wait for the truth to be unlocked from Moro’s mind. But when a memory does eventually surface, everyone is surprised to learn that it is of Peri…
The War Master Rage Of The Timelords
A brand-new four-part adventure featuring the Master’s exploits in the Time War. With all of space and time in chaos, the Master plots his most audacious project yet. Only one other Time Lord has ever been able to stop him. But where is that Time Lord when the universe needs him?
CAST: Derek Jacobi (The Master),Paul McGann (The Doctor), Katherine Pearce (Alice Pritchard), Mina Anwar (Valerie Pritchard), Su Douglas (Lady Raleigh), Laura Riseborough (Hannah Raleigh), Paul Clayton(Judge Hale), Youssef Kerkour (Giuseppe Sabatini), Taj Atwal (Esther), Anjela Lauren Smith (Genevieve), Ryan Forde Iosco (Fletcher), Dominic Thorburn (Mandrake), Liz Sutherland-Lim (Professor Silver), James MacCallum (Crantz), Lu Corfiel(Stern),Shvorne Marks (Pryor), Ricky Nixon (Turma). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Serenity Plaza is the most exclusive gated community in South Wales. You’d kill to live there.
Jack and Ianto have gone undercover as a happily married couple. There are rumours that something’s wrong at Serenity Plaza and they’re determined to investigate. But the problem is that Serenity Plaza is just so rigidly normal.
Suddenly, Jack and Ianto have to confront the problems that normal couples face. Sharing a house together, doing the washing up, entering the residents’ baking contest, and hoping to win the Best Kept Lawn. Competition is fierce. Because this is Serenity Plaza. And you’d kill to live there.
Torchwood contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners
Written By: James Moran
Directed By: Scott Handcock
The Enemy Of The World
David Troughton reads this exciting novelisation of a classic TV adventure for the Second Doctor, as played by Patrick Troughton.
“Slick and polished…immersive productions of much-loved novelisations…long may we enjoy them.” – Doctor Who Magazine
In the year 2030, when the world is hit by a series of terrible natural disasters, only one man seems to know what action to take.
Salamander’s success in handling these monumental problems has brought him enormous power. But what more lies behind his public persona?
From the moment the Doctor, Jamie and Victoria land on an Australian beach, they are caught up in a struggle for world domination ― a struggle in which the Doctor’s startling resemblance to Salamander plays a vital role.
David Troughton, who has played several roles in the TV series, reads Ian Marter’s novelisation of the 1967 TV serial by David Whitaker.
One man’s journey to read every single Target Doctor Who novel
For many, the words Doctor Who and Target novelization go together like jelly and baby, or hiatus and charity record. In a time where recording TV was often impossible, these novelizations offered fans a chance to relieve the very best the show had to offer, and Timelash. No more would a story be here today and gone tomorrow: now they were permanent features on your bookshelf.
Sometimes these novelizations were slavishly accurate to what had been transmitted; sometimes they were anything but. In this age of streaming, DVDs, BluRays and repeats, are they still essential reading today?
Join writer, fan and crazed man Nick Mellish as he reads them all, and writes the words Terrance and Dicks more than any man rightly should.
Will he fall in love with the show all over again, or will a little reading prove to be a dangerous thing?
Target Trawl takes you from Skaro to San Francisco with all manner of trips in-between, and even a few side steps along the way.
Based on the highly popular column by Nick Mellish from Whotopia Magazine.
Black Arhive 33 Horror Of Fang Rock
‘Oh, something else I forgot to tell you: I think I’ve poisoned Nero.’
Following 53 episodes of unbroken action adventure, The Romans (1965) was Doctor Who’s first ever comedy. Beyond this seminal place in history – beyond the serial’s clever script, vigorous direction, fine acting and all the humour – it remains notable as an expression of 1960s culture, counterculture, and a burgeoning spirit of reinvention.
The Romans afforded us the gift of laughter and allowed Doctor Who the freedom to shed its skin.