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Published on March 19th, 2011 | by Thomas Spychalski

Doctor Who: The BBC Radio Episodes

Doctor Who has always had the virtue of being spread wide across many forms of media beyond television such as books and audio productions, something the newly formed company AudioGO (The new name for BBC Audiobooks) is flaunting with the release of Doctor Who: The BBC Radio Episodes, which will be released on the 7th of April 2011.

The collection of nine discs spans twenty years of Doctor Who on radio, from the Tom Baker era to a time right before the 1996 Paul McGann TV Movie. Included in the collection are:

Doctor Who: The BBC Radio EpisodesDoctor Who and the Pescatons (1976)

The TARDIS’s arrival on a lonely beach at night marks the beginning of a terrifying adventure on present-day Earth for the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) and Sarah Jane.

Exploration Earth (1976)

The Fourth Doctor takes Sarah Jane back in time to witness the Earth’s development: only to find that the existence of Mankind itself is in danger!

Slipback (1985)

The TARDIS materialises in the service ducting of the Vipod Mor, a huge craft floating in deep space. The Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) and Peri (Nicola Bryant) find something nasty lurking there, and the past and future history of the entire Universe is at risk…

The Paradise of Death (1993)

When a horrific death occurs at Space World theme park, the Brigadier and UNIT are called in – accompanied by the Third Doctor (Jon Pertwee) and Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen).

Whatever Happened To… Susan? (1994)

A tongue-in-cheek look at how Susan’s life might have turned out after her adventures with the Doctor. Featuring Jane Asher as Susan.

The Ghosts of N-Space (1996)

The Brigadier’s great-uncle Mario seems unsurprised by the spectres that haunt his ancient Sicilian castle. But when the Third Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith come to investigate, they finds themselves in great danger…

The set has an RRP of £60.00 and can be ordered via the AudioGO website, or you can get it at an almost 50% discount from Amazon for just £31.79!

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Tom has been a Doctor Who fan since the early eighties and has developed a deep love and admiration for the show and its universe in that time.




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