Published on August 22nd, 2013 | by Alex Skerratt

50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC Audio Collection

50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC will be the next box set to join the anniversary celebrations, a multi-disc spectacular from AudioGo!

Fifity Years of Doctor Who at the BBC Audio Collection

The collection, made up of 16 shiny CDs and spanning more than 17 hours of audio heaven, is a treasure trove of TV and radio trimmings, featuring everything from comedy sketches to news reports. Doctor Who fans’ finely-tuned ears will be able to pick out the dulcet tones of David Tennant, Tom Baker and Terry Nation, as well as a host of other Doctors, companions, and respected voices from the show’s history. Former time travellers Elisabeth Sladen and Louise Jameson will carry out the presenting duties alongside actor Anthony Head, who last appeared in Series 2′s School Reunion.

And as if that wasn’t enough, the box set will also include the full-cast radio plays ‘Regenerations’ by Daragh Carville, ‘Blue Sands and Golden Veils’ by Martyn Wade, and ‘Dalek I Love You’ by Colin Sharpe, as well as an extended version of the 2005 documentary ‘Project Who?’

If you’re a time traveller and never carry money, don’t panic – the collection can be pre-ordered from Amazon, where it will set you back a not-inconsiderable fee of £100, and will be released into the Whoniverse on October 3.


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One Response to 50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC Audio Collection

  1. avatar Al says:

    It should be noted that most if not everything in this set has been previously released; this is a collection of previous Doctor Who at the BBC releases, as well as the Project WHO release that came out in 2005, which is great as Project WHO in particular is impossible to find these days. Too bad they didn’t include The Dalek Chronicles too.

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