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Shadow of Death is the second part of Doctor Who: Destiny of the Doctor

Destiny of the Doctor #2: Shadow of Death

Celebrations abound for this the year of Doctor Who’s golden anniversary – you can’t open a paper, shuffle nonchalant down the face of an open browser, download a podcast, or gawk at Amazon’s marketplace without finding someone or something indiscriminately firing party poppers in your general direction.

Shadow of Death is the second part of Doctor Who: Destiny of the Doctor

Amazing isn’t it!?

So continuing its own little party of sought AudioGo have released the second story in their destiny of the Doctors series ominously titled Shadow of Death.

Following on from January’s installment Hunters of Earth, this month sees the Second Doctor, as performed by the magnificent Patrick Troughton in the original series, stumbling upon the mystery of an ancient city – where a small human outpost struggle to fathom what happened to its sophisticated alien inhabitants and something not of this world stalks the shadows…

Performed by Frazer Hines and Evie Dawney; Doctor Who: Shadow of Death (Destiny of the Doctor 2) is an original adventure by Simon Guerrier, the creator of the science fiction series Graceless, and is available as a CD or download now for £10.20 from AudioGO or just £6.63 from Amazon!


Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

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