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Doctor Who: The Aztecs, read by William Russell

William Russell Reads The Aztecs !

The Aztecs is surely one of Doctor Who’s greatest stories, full of sizzling dialogue and intriguing tales regarding the downside to time travel.

Doctor Who: The Aztecs, read by William RussellFor those young enough to remember the Target novelisation from 1984 prepare to get excited as we can announce that AudioGo plan to release The Aztecs as an unabridged dramatization on CD read by original Doctor Who companion William Russell (Ian Chesterton) who will flesh out John Lucarotti’s book with some fresh sound design.

“The TARDIS materialises in Mexico during the Aztec civilisation, and Barbara is hailed as a reincarnation of Yetaxa, High Priest of the Aztecs. But whilst each of the travellers becomes embroiled in the arcane ways of the Aztecs, Barbara’s determination to change history seems doomed from the start.”

This fresh interpretation of the novel will excite Doctor Who fans old and new as it reminds the world exactly how the first Doctor took a unique and impressive stance against the effects of interfering with events that have already happened. For anyone who wants to find out exactly when the Doctor started questioning the implications of history tampering, this is the best place!

Doctor Who: The Aztecs will be available from www.audiogo.co.uk via download from 1st August 2012 and on CD (2 of them to be exact) from 2nd August 2012 price at £13.25, or you could save yourself a few quid and head to Amazon where you can pre-order for just £6.18.


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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