Tagged Maureen O’Brien

Maureen O'Brien as Vicki and William Hartnell as the Doctor in The Romans
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012 The Romans

The Romans is famously the story that’s a first serious Doctor Who effort at comedy – at least in Conspiracy, the third part. This is patently untrue – the whole thing is structured as a farce. Right from the go, we have the initial danger of the cliffhanger resolved in the lightest way yet –…

Vicki (Maureen O Brien) joins the time travellers in The Rescue
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011 The Rescue

After the epic scale of Dalek Invasion of Earth, the second series of Doctor Who continues with a smaller-scale adventure on the largely-deserted planet Dido, and in particular, within an Earth spaceship that has crashed there… We see the crashed ship in a craggy alien environment, a decent model shot for this era of the…

Companion Chronicles Day!

Big Finish has announced a one-day sale of Season One of Doctor Who: The Companion Chronicles on October 22, suitably dubbing the event: The Companion Chronicles Day. For one day only – the first season of the audio series will be available at massively discounted prices, only from www.bigfinish.com. Each individual CD can be purchased…

Maureen O'Brien reads Doctor Who: The Chase
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Don’t Miss The Chase Audiobook

Based on the television adventure, The Chase is an audio telling of John Peel’s Target novelization, in which the First Doctor and his friends play a deadly game of chase with the Daleks as they go from planet to planet and from time zone to time zone in what is quite an epic adventure. This…

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The Eye of the Chase

Two new Doctor Who audio titles are available from AudioGo in July, covering the Doctor’s very first incarnation and his most recent! Along with The Chase, July’s other release, The Eye of the Jungle, is an Eleventh Doctor tale with Amy and Rory, hooray! This tale finds the newest TARDIS crew in the Amazon rainforest in 1827…

The Lost TV Episodes Collection

James Whittington reviews the recent release of The Lost TV Episodes Collection One: 1964 – 1965 from BBC Audiobooks. This superb collection of lost adventure audios is a very timely reminder of just how fabulous William Hartnell was as the Doctor. We must all remember that if it wasn’t for this guy we wouldn’t have…

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