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Five exciting novelisations of classic TV stories in which the Doctor and his companions encounter a colourful assortment of aliens. In Doctor Who and the Carnival of Monsters the TARDIS appears to land in the Indian Ocean, but something is very wrong. Here lie Drashigs... Doctor Who and the Sontaran Experiment sends the Doctor and friends to a future Earth, where a familiar opponent is subjugating humans. In Doctor Who: Full Circle the occupants of a distant planet are fleeing from Mistfall, and the coming of the Marshmen. Doctor Who: Frontios finds the TARDIS in the far future, with a planet undermined by the monstrous Tractators. In Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric an ancient evil stirs in 1940s England. Katy Manning, Jon Culshaw, Matthew Waterhouse, Christopher H Bidmead and Terry Molloy read these classic tales, originally published as Target Books paperbacks. (P) 2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd © 2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd Cover illustration by Andrew SkilleterShow more
Five classic novelisations of TV adventures featuring the Doctor's arch enemy, the Master! In Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon by Malcolm Hulke, the Master has stolen the Time Lord's files on a weapon which could make him ruler of the Galaxy. In Doctor Who and the Daemons by Barry Letts, secret ceremonies have been designed to conjure up a horribly powerful being from another planet. Doctor Who and the Sea-Devils by Malcolm Hulke finds the Master aiding and abetting members of a submarine colony who plan to seize control of the Earth. In Logopolis by Christopher H Bidmead, even the Master is horrified by the threat of total chaos he unintentionally precipitates, and in Castrovalva by the same author he devises a trap for a newly regenerated Doctor. Read by Geoffrey Beevers, Barry Letts, Christopher H Bidmead and Peter Davison, these stories feature the Third, Fourth and Fifth Doctors.Duration: 23 hours 20 minutes approx. Each purchase is accompanied by a PDF booklet featuring full cast and credits, chapter-by-chapter navigation, and sleeve notes for each book by David J. Howe.“This range of classic Target audiobooks continues to go from strength to strength…” Doctor Who MagazineDoctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon by Malcolm Hulke is read by Geoffrey Beevers. Novelisation © Malcolm Hulke 1974Doctor Who and the Daemons is written and read by Barry Letts. Novelisation © Barry Letts & Guy Leopold 1974Doctor Who and the Sea-Devils by Malcolm Hulke is read by Geoffrey Beevers. Novelisation © Malcolm Hulke 1974Doctor Who: Logopolis is written and read by Christopher H Bidmead. Novelisation © Christopher H Bidmead 1982Doctor Who: Castrovalva by Christopher H Bidmead is read by Peter Davison. Novelisation © Christopher H Bidmead 1983Sound design by Simon PowerTARDIS sound effect by Brian HodgsonExecutive producer: Michael StevensCover illustration by Jeff Cummins(P) BBC Worldwide 2018 © BBC Worldwide 2018 BBC logo © BBC 1996Doctor Who logo © BBC 2014A stereo recordingMCPSDigital Edition Chapter ListingDoctor Who and the Doomsday WeaponFiles 001 - 021Doctor Who and the DaemonsFiles 022 - 036Doctor Who and the Sea-DevilsFiles 037 - 049Doctor Who: LogopolisFiles 050 - 061Doctor Who: CastrovalvaFiles 062 - 073Show more
An unabridged reading of this novelisation of a classic 1984 TV adventure for the Fifth Doctor. Far into the future, the TARDIS hovers over the planet Frontios, refuge of survivors from Earth who escaped the disintegration of their home planet. The Doctor is reluctant to land, not wishing to intervene in a moment of historical crisis; the colonists are still struggling to establish themselves, and their continued existence hangs in the balance. When the TARDIS is forced to crash land by an apparent meteorite storm, however, the Doctor, Tegan and Turlough are marooned on the hope-forsaken planet. And somewhere, beneath the surface, the Tractators are waiting…Show more
Still weak and confused after his fourth regeneration, the Doctor retreats to Castrovalva to recuperate. But Castrovalva is not the haven of peace and tranquility the Doctor and his companions are seeking. Far from being able to rest quietly, the unsuspecting time-travellers are caught up once again in the evil machinations of the Master. Only an act of supreme self-sacrifice will enable them to escape the maniacal lunacy of the renegade Time Lord. Peter Davison reads Christopher H. Bidmead’s complete and unabridged novelisation, first published by Target Books in 1983. ‘BBC Audiobooks has chosen well with its books and has taken the right approach with its readers... they benefit from new music and sound effects’ - Doctor Who Magazine.Show more
In theory the TARDIS should be able to change its appearance to blend in unobtrusively wherever it happens to materialise. In practice, however, because of a fault in the chameleon circuit, it always looks like a police box – a minor inconvenience the Doctor hopes to correct. Fixing the mechanism involves a visit to Earth and a trip to the planet Logopolis – normally a quiet little place that keeps itself to itself. But on this occasion the meddling presence of the Doctor’s arch-enemy, the Master, ensures the disruption of normality. And even the Master is horrified by the threat of total chaos he unintentionally precipitates – until he finds a way to turn the imminent destruction of the universe to his own advantage... Christopher H. Bidmead reads his own thrilling novelisation of the last adventure for the Fourth Doctor. ‘BBC Audiobooks has chosen well with its books and has taken the right approach with its readers... they benefit from new music and sound effects’ - Doctor Who Magazine.Show more