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Babblesphere

Doctor Who: Babblesphere

Continuing the anniversary celebrations AudioGO has announced Doctor Who: Babblesphere – the fourth story in their Destiny of the Doctor series.

Babblesphere

Whereas March saw the Third Doctor and the Brigadier investigating a strange disappearance in the Outer Hebrides in Vengeance of the Stones, April finds adventure in store for the Fourth Doctor, and Romana.

The violent, volcanic world of Hephastos is home to a colony of artists striving to create the greatest works the universe has ever seen. But in pursuit of their goal, artistic collaboration has been taken a stage too far…

When the Doctor and Romana arrive, they discover the colonists have neglected their well-being and their once beautiful habitat has now succumbed to decay. What’s more, they are enslaved to the Babble network which occupies their every waking moment. Every thought, however trivial or insignificant, is shared with everyone else and privacy is now a crime.

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The colonists are being killed and the Doctor and Romana begin to suspect that a malevolent intelligence is at work…

Babblesphere (Destiny of the Doctor 4) is written by Jonathan Morris and performed by Lalla Ward and Roger Parrott, and is available as a CD or download for £10.20 – Amazon has the CD listed at just £6.63.



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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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