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Published on March 23rd, 2011 | by Meredith Burdett

Colin Baker Kangazang Sale

For those of you who have not had the chance to listen to Colin Baker’s unique reading of the sci-fi adventure Kangazang now is the time. The audio adventure written by Terry Cooper and performed by Baker is now available at a reduced rate of only £7.99!

Kangazang: Remote Possibilities finds earthling Jeff Spooner embark on a rip roaring adventure as he accepts an offer to explore the galaxy with his barber Roy. As the pair head off  to find the legendary Universal Remote they find themselves running into doom, danger and a fair few embarrassing situations along the way.

Colin’s unique performance within this story elevates it above other science fiction comedies and it really isn’t one to miss! Director of Candy Jar Books, Shaun Russell, explained on why the price had been cut:

“We’ve had fantastic reaction to both the book and CD… It is now time to clear the decks, so if you have not purchased the CD yet this maybe your last opportunity to do so.”

For all you fact fans out there, the tale was recorded in the same building where 2007’s Blink was made as well some of the latest series of Torchwood.

For every sale of Kangazang made online, in book or CD format, a one pound donation will be made to the Atlantic Dash team who will be rowing the Atlantic Ocean later this year to raise money for Help for Heroes, Breast Cancer Care and The Fire Fighters Charity so not only will you be receiving a quality piece of entertainment but also helping out some worthwhile causes.

Baker always brings the roles that he undertakes to life with his vivid and entertaining performances and Kangazang is no exception. Don’t be one to miss this unique story!

You can purchase Kangazang on CD for £7.99 or the original book for £5.99 whilst stocks last. Visit www.kangazang.co.uk for more details.

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What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!




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