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Series 8 Steelbook

Series 8 Steelbook

INTRODUCING THE TWELTH DOCTOR. STARRING PETER CAPALDI AND JENNA COLEMAN.

There’s a brand new face at the controls of the TARDIS as Peter Capaldi becomes the Twelfth Doctor steering the blue box. In a feature-length opener we see The Doctor crash land in Victorian London.

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Dalek Universe Dalek Protocol

Dalek Universe Dalek Protocol

Prologue to the Dalek Universe audio drama series being released during 2021.

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The First Doctor Adventures: Volume Five

This release features a recreation of the first ever cast of Doctor Who, as seen on BBC TV in 2013’s celebratory ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’ with David Bradbury then appearing as The Doctor in 2017’s Peter Capaldi finale. Contains two stories; 5.1. The Hollow Crown by Sarah Grochala. When the TARDIS lands in Shoreditch, 1601, The Doctor suggests going to see a play at the Globe Theatre and his friends readily agree. But this is a turbulent time. There is violence in the streets, plots against the Queen, and rebellion is in the air. At the centre of it all stands the most famous playwright in British history – William Shakespeare – who is having troubles of his own. As tensions mount and wheels turn within wheels, the travellers are about to discover if the play really is the thing… 5.2 For the Glory of Urth by Guy Adams. The TARDIS has barely landed in an alien sewer when a distant scream sends Susan racing to give aid, and the crew split up. Trying to reunite, the travellers find themselves in something resembling a monastery led by a man half-way between an Abbot and a warlord. They discover that they are in ‘Urth’, a barbaric place clinging on to its former glory. It’s somewhere its populace are never allowed to leave, somewhere keeping many secrets from its people. And today those secrets will be revealed… CAST: David Bradley (The Doctor), Claudia Grant (Susan), Jemma Powell (Barbara Wright), Jamie Glover (Ian Chesterton), Nicholas Asbury (William Shakespeare), Wendy Craig (Queen Elizabeth I), Clive Wood (Daddy Dominus).

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The Lone Centurion: Volume One

The Lone Centurion: Volume One

Audio drama box set featuring the character “The Last Centurion”: the Auton duplicate of the Eleventh Doctor’s companion Rory Williams from the 2010 Doctor Who episode The Pandorica Opens.

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Legend tells of the Lone Centurion — a mysterious figure dressed as a Roman soldier who stood guard over the Pandorica, warning off those who would attempt to open it; a constant warrior whose story appeared in the folk history of a dozen civilisations.

Only… he seems to have misplaced it.

Travelling to Rome in search of the Pandorica, Rory finds himself forced to perform as a gladiator in the Colosseum… where he attracts the attention of the Imperial household.

Gladiator by David Llewellyn
The Unwilling Assassin by Sarah Ward
I, Rorius by Jacqueline Rayner

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Dalek Universe 1 cd

Dalek Universe 1 CD

Time has gone awry. The Doctor is lost, without his TARDIS. But he’s not alone. The Space Security Service agents Anya Kingdom and Mark Seven haven’t always been on his side in the past, but now they are here to help him.

And he’s going to need them – because the oldest foes of all are waiting to strike. Ready to take down their greatest enemy…

1.1 Buying Time by John Dorney
1.2 The Wrong Woman by John Dorney
1.3 The House of Kingdom by Andrew Smith

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Dalek Universe 1

Dalek Universe 1 LP

Time has gone awry. The Doctor is lost, without his TARDIS. But he’s not alone. The Space Security Service agents Anya Kingdom and Mark Seven haven’t always been on his side in the past, but now they are here to help him.

And he’s going to need them – because the oldest foes of all are waiting to strike. Ready to take down their greatest enemy…

1.1 Buying Time by John Dorney
1.2 The Wrong Woman by John Dorney
1.3 The House of Kingdom by Andrew Smith

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Torchwood Gooseberry

Torchwood Gooseberry

Andy has a girlfriend. She’s called Caite, and she’s utterly lovely. And then she meets Owen.

Owen finds out that Caite has a secret. One that he’s desperate to understand. But the more he discovers, the more dangerously close to Caite he becomes.

What’s going to happen when Andy finds out?

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Time FlightTime Flight

The Doctor and his companions arrive on Tegan’s home planet at a moment of crisis: a Concorde aeroplane has inexplicably vanished while in flight.

The Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa, together with the TARDIS, join the crew of a second Concorde that sets out to simulate the fateful journey of the missing supersonic jet…

Coming back to Earth is not the return to normality that the rescue team might reasonably have expected. Seeing is believing, people say. The Doctor and his friends begin to realise that it just isn’t as simple as that…

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The Planet of Dust & Other StoriesThe Planet of Dust & Other Stories

A thrilling selection of weird and wonderful short stories from the pages of Doctor Who Annual.

Jon Culshaw, John Leeson, Terry Molloy, Louise Jameson, Dan Starkey and Geoffrey Beevers read seven stories from the legendary Doctor Who Annual of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

In Justice of the Glacians the First Doctor gets into difficulties in a snowy wilderness. The Second Doctor, Jamie and Victoria fall into the clutches of the Mastermind of Space, whilst the Third Doctor and Sarah go in search of The Time Thief. The Fourth Doctor is taken prisoner with Leela on The Planet of Dust, then joins Romana and K9 for A Midsummer’s Nightmare. The Fifth Doctor and Tegan encounter The Master at The Creation of Camelot, and the Sixth Doctor and Peri observe an intriguing Interface in time.

Set the co-ordinates for nostalgia with these vintage tales, all featuring atmospheric sound design.

Radiophonic TimesRadiophonic Times

40 Years with the Radiophonic Workshop, in the studio and on the road

In a career which stretches from Dante to Doctor Who, Peter Howell has been a folk singer, author, lecturer, electronic pioneer and all points in between.

As a member of the legendary BBC Radiophonic Workshop, he recreated the iconic Doctor Who theme tune for the 1980s, and worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry, composing for a wide range of programmes and projects. More recently, he has toured as a member of the Radiophonic Workshop live band, reaching a whole new generation of fans.

Over the years, people have suggested that one of the Radiophonic Workshop composers should write a book. I was always reluctant because there were already books out there that described the history of the workshop, and I couldn’t see the need for yet another. It was only when the Radiophonic Workshop formed a touring band, and when time after time the most bizarre things happened at our various concert venues, that I started to visualise how a book might work. It would be a way of recounting all those recent experiences alongside stories of my career in music for TV between 1974 and 1998. For those of us still promoting the Radiophonic brand, the ethos of the Workshop is still going strong, twenty two years after the BBC department closed.

The Black Archive #52: The Battle of Ranskoor Av KolosThe Black Archive #52: The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos

Don’t you see? You are the creators.

Does killing a killer mean you are no better than they are? What makes a being a false god? In this Black Archive, theologian James McGrath explores how The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos (2018) tackles these and other important questions in the realms of ethics and theology, as well as wrapping up the season’s story arcs involving The Doctor’s new ‘fam’ and the Stenza.

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100 Objects of Doctor Who100 Objects of Doctor Who

“So, all of time and space, everything that ever happened or ever will: where do you want to start…?”

100 Objects of Doctor Who is a celebration of everyone’s favourite sci-fi show. Perfect for fans, no matter your mileage — whether you’ve just started your journey through all of time and space, or have lived through the highs, the lows, the Wildernesses, the Androzanis, and the Twin Dilemmas.

Inside, you’ll find: A terrifying army of three Daleks! Death’s Head’s head! A really quite astonishingly heavy door! Dinosaur fossils! A framed piece of wall!

And much, much more!

This is a book about Doctor Who. But probably not the one you’re expecting.

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