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The Doctor Meets His Destiny in part one of Destiny of the Doctor, Hunters of Earth

Destiny of the Doctor Box Set Finally Available!

Thankfully, Big Finish now has the complete Destiny of the Doctor series box set.

The conclusion to the celebratory 50th anniversary CD series was put into some question upon the sad demise of AudioGo, the Bath-based company charged with putting out a wonderful range of Doctor Who audio adventures. But the box set, which is a glorious silver TARDIS, is, very fortunately, now available from Big Finish, which also sells an array of other AudioGo titles.

And order before the end of January and the impressive set will cost an incredible £40 – a massive saving off the £100 RRP!

Destiny of the Doctor CD collection

Featuring all eleven Doctors, the adventures are read by Carole Ann Ford, Frazer Hines, Richard Franklin, Lalla Ward, Janet Fielding, Nicola Bryant, Sophie Aldred, India Fisher, Nicholas Briggs, Catherine Tate, and Jenna Coleman.

The box also includes a bonus ‘making of’ disc. Note that this offer is only for the CD set, but if you download each title – for just £3.99 each! – you’ll get the ‘making of’ stuff for free.

We were all very sad about AudioGo, but the release is a fitting obituary. What’re you waiting for? http://www.bigfinish.com/releases/v/destiny-of-the-doctor-the-complete-series-box-set-1012″>Order it now!



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When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything.


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