When a spaceship crashes on Middlesbrough it’s very sad, of course. But we at Torchwood have long had a plan to contain such a disaster.
Only, nothing is happening. And the disaster is spreading. So, I set out to find out what’s going on. What has happened to The Icarus Protocol? Who launched a Moonstrike Missile? And why will no-one admit that there’s a cloud of deadly particles sweeping across the United Kingdom?
My name is Yvonne Hartman. Don’t come between me and my country.
Starring Sylvester McCoy in his first season as the Seventh Doctor; All 14 episodes have been newly remastered alongside extensive and exclusive Special Features;
During the events of Doctor Who: Ravenous 2, Liv Chenka left The Doctor and the TARDIS behind. Just for one year. A year during which she would live on Kaldor, and get to know her sister Tula all over again.
But Kaldor is going through a period of tumultuous change. Technology is changing at an advanced rate – the robots are evolving, artificial intelligence is adapting, and with these changes so politics is altering too. Dangerously.
Can Liv and Tula make a difference during the most turbulent time in the world’s history?
The Doctor is no more. In his place, a warrior, finally joining the Time War between the Daleks and the Time Lords. But how far will he go to end this conflict? What lines will he cross? How much of himself will he sacrifice? The War Doctor is only just beginning to find out who he is…
It’s back through the streets of London with the devilishly daring duo of Jago and Litefoot!
Geoffrey Beevers reads this action-packed novelisation of a classic TV adventure for the Fifth Doctor. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial.
Dan Starkey reads this imaginative original story featuring the Twelfth Doctor and Nardole.
Time: the present. Place: Smalltown, USA. A town like any other. A sleepy world of white picket fences, front porch gliders and freshly-mown lawns, a Pontiac or Chevrolet in every driveway.
But the streets are empty, with not a sound to be heard, and no-one to hear it if there was. Because this town is merely an empty stage, waiting for its players to take their parts. They’re due to make their entrance any moment now, strangers in a strange land, somewhere in that timeless space known only as The Nightmare Realm.
It’s into this strange world of shifting sands that the TARDIS propels The Doctor and Nardole, who think they’re in 1950s suburbia until an apparent nuclear attack takes them into far darker territory, with a series of terrifying consequences…
Dan Starkey, who played the Sontaran Strax in the TV series, reads this unsettling original story by Jonathan Morris.
“eldrad must live. Eldrad the creator, the saviour.”
With its nuclear anxieties, god complexes, temporal abysses and evil transmitted through a slogan, The Hand of Fear (1976) explores multiple sources of terror and unease. In an era when Doctor Who drew inspiration from cinematic horror icons, it takes a long tradition of disembodied creeping hands as the starting point in building its ancient, messianic villain, a character of mutable gender long before they became familiar in Doctor Who.
Mashup novel featuring the Thirteenth Doctor and crossing Doctor Who with The Wizard of Oz.
Embark on a strange and enchanting adventure with old foes and monsters in this glorious crossover of Doctor Who and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
When a sudden tornado engulfs the TARDIS, the Thirteenth Doctor and her fam find themselves transported to the magical land of Oz. With a damaged TARDIS and an unexpected stowaway from the 1930s, their only hope of getting home is to follow the yellow brick road.
But when an army of scarecrows ambushes them, they quickly realise that everything is not as it should be, and they’re thrown into a fight for survival against a mysterious enemy. As each of her companions becomes a shadow of their former selves, only The Doctor is left standing.
Desperate to save her friends, she must embark on a perilous journey to seek help from the mysterious Wizard of Oz – and stop whatever forces are at work before she and her friends are trapped in the fictional world forever.
Mashup novel featuring the Tenth Doctor and crossing Doctor Who with the legends of King Arthur.
Old legends and new worlds collide in this magnificent Doctor Who crossover with King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table.
While investigating a strange energy in Carbury, the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble are pulled into a different dimension, smashing a giant hole into another world in the process.
As the magic of the hidden dimension slowly seeps out, The Doctor and Donna find themselves in Camelot, where a young squire, Arthur, comes to their aid, and when The Doctor is mistaken for Merlin, they are swept up in the glamorous and daring legends of the Knights of the Round Table.
But something far more menacing has been awakened. Caught in an ancient battle for power, Donna and the Doctor are sucked into a dangerous game. As each move is made and time spins faster, The Doctor must find a way to seal the rift before an unimaginable power is unleashed and the universe is laid to waste.
The long-running popular TV series Doctor Who is, Piers Britton argues, a ‘uniquely design intensive text’: its time-and-space-travel premise requires that designers be tirelessly imaginative in devising new worlds and entities and recreating past civilizations.
While Doctor Who’s attempts at worldbuilding are notorious for being hit-and-miss — old jokes about wobbly walls and sink plungers die hard — the distinctiveness of the series design imagery is beyond question. And over the course of six decades Doctor Who has produced designs which are not only iconic but, in being repeatedly revisited and updated, have proven to be an ever-more important element in the series identity and mythos.
In the first in-depth study of Doctor Who’s costumes, sets and graphics, Piers Britton offers an historical overview of both the original and the revived series, explores theoretical frameworks for evaluating Doctor Who design, and provides detailed analysis of key images. Case studies include the visual morphology Doctor Who’s historical adventures, the evaluative character of cosplay, and the ongoing significance for The Doctor Who brand of such high-profile designs as the Daleks and the TARDIS interior, the time-tunnel title sequence, and the costumes of the Fourth and Thirteenth Doctors.
Prisionero de los Daleks es la trigésima tercera novela de la serie BBC New Series Adventures. Los daleks se aproximan. Su imperio se expande sin fin. Ya hay enfrentamientos en incontables sistemas estelares, y el Doctor se encuentra atrapado en una nave cerca del frente, junto a una banda de cazarrecompensas sin escrúpulos. El Mando Terrestre va a pagarles por cada dalek que maten, por cada apéndice ocular dalek que entreguen como prueba. Con la ayuda del Doctor, los cazarrecompensas se hacen con el trofeo definitivo: un prisionero dalek, intacto e indefenso, y listo para ser interrogado. Pero nada es lo que parece con los daleks, y no hay nadie a salvo. Pronto cambiarán las tornas. ¿Cómo sobrevivirá el Doctor cuando acabe prisionero de los daleks? Una aventura de la mano del Décimo Doctor, tal y como lo interpretaba David Tennant.