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  • Nicholas Briggs

    Colin Baker's career as an actor spans six decades of television and theatre. Yet to millions his is best known as the colourfully-dressed Sixth Doctor in Doctor Who. This is Colin's own story, in conversation with interviewer Nicholas...read more

  • Various

    This first volume of readings features twelve stories of excitement and adventure in distant times and places. In The Curse of Peladon (read by Jon Pertwee), the Doctor and Jo visit a primitive planet where they encounter a delegation of aliens- including the Ice Warriors. In Kinda (read by Peter Davison), a serpent at the heart of paradise poses danger for the TARDIS crew and a human survey team. Attack of the Cybermen (read by Colin Baker) sees the Cybermen embarking on a plan to change history...by crashing Halley's Comet into Earth. Out of the Darkness (read by Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant) comprises three gripping original short stories starring the Sixth Doctor and Peri; while...read more

  • Terrance Dicks

    Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison and Colin Baker are among the readers of these 7 stories from the worlds of Doctor Who. The Planet of the Daleks is read by Jon Pertwee; Warriors of the Deep is read by Peter Davison; Vengeance on Varos is read by Colin Baker; The Novel of the Film (the 1996 TV Movie) and Earth and Beyond (three original short stories) are read by Paul McGann. With original music. Duration: 10 hours...read more

  • Justin Richards

    Colin Baker reads this original adventure featuring the Sixth Doctor, set in the First World War. “You've seen what happens, Mark. You know what time can do if it's damaged.” 'One of the best, if not the best original Doctor Who audio story from BBC Audio and its predecessors – highly recommended.' scifibulletin.com Travelling alone for once, the Sixth Doctor elects to return to Earth, and the First World War. There he must solve, once and for all, a mystery he unearthed in earlier incarnations. Someone has been interfering to alter the course of the war — but to what end? With Captain Mark Steadman and Nurse Annie Grantham, the Doctor travels to a forest in Germany, on...read more

  • David Fisher

    Five exciting novelisations featuring adventures for the Doctor and his companions on weird and wonderful planets. In The Rescue, the First Doctor meets the sole survivors of a crashed spaceliner on Dido. In Doctor Who and the Creature from the Pit, the ruthless Lady Adrasta is keeping an unusual visitor prisoner on the planet Chloris. In The Twin Dilemma, a newly regenerated Doctor tries to become a hermit on the planet Titan 3. In Paradise Towers, the Doctor and Mel meet the residents of a dystopian hell, and in The Happiness Patrol the TARDIS lands in trouble on the colony world Terra Alpha. Maureen O'Brien, Tom Baker, Colin Baker, Bonnie Langford and Rula Lenska are...read more

  • Toby Hadoke

    Actor and comedian Toby Hadoke’s hilarious and touching one-man show was a huge hit at the Edinburgh Fringe, and his nationwide tour was just as successful. This two-part adaptation, based on the stage show and starring Toby Hadoke, Louise Jameson and with a cameo by Colin Baker, is a celebration of Doctor Who for fans and novices alike. Toby Hadoke was born to love Doctor Who. To Toby – a shy, weedy kid whose dad had left home – the Doctor was a hero, and the show a lifeline he clung to throughout his childhood. He kept the faith when other boys mocked him, girlfriends dumped him and (worst of all) Doctor Who was cancelled. After living in the closet for 16 years, finally the time...read more

  • Philip Martin

    Accused of 'crimes against the inviolate laws of evolution', the Doctor is on trial for his life in this exciting novelisation continuing the 'Trial of a Time Lord' story arc. The sinister prosecutor, the Valeyard, presents the High Council of Time Lords with the second piece of evidence against the Doctor: a dramatic adventure on the planet Thoros-Beta which led to the renegade Time Lord's summons to the Court of Enquiry. But as the Doctor watches the scenes on the Matrix he is puzzled by what he sees - his behaviour is not as he remembers. Only one thing is certain: on the evidence of the Matrix the Doctor is surely guilty as charged... Colin Baker, who starred as the Sixth Doctor...read more

  • Bleak December

    Colin Baker (Doctor Who) stars in this delightful adaptation of Oscar Wilde's classic tale of the ghost who has lost his knack at haunting. When a modern American family moves into an old English manor with a sinister history, they ignore the warnings and hauntings by the house's fearful, cantankerous, spectral inhabitant... Horror and hilarity will ensue in this timeless, family-friendly entertainment—featuring a full cast, sound effects, and an original musical...read more

  • Philip Martin

    Varos is a cruel world where the descendants of a prison planet are fed a diet of endless video nasties... where execution is spectacle and torture high entertainment. The TARDIS is desperately short of Zeiton 7 ore to power its engines, and the Doctor and Peri know Varos is the only place they may find it. But soon they become involved in the deadly politics of the planet, and the machinations of the sinister Sil, a slug-like alien who wants the price of Zeiton 7 lowered, and the Doctor - along with the governor of Varos - out of the way for good. Fighting for the freedom of Varos and for the ore he needs to continue his journeys, the Doctor faces death many times - whilst being...read more

  • Eric Saward

    The Doctor has regenerated, having sacrificed his fifth persona to save Peri’s life. But things are not going well... On this occasion the process of regeneration is by no means smooth, for the even-tempered, good-humoured Fifth Doctor has given way to a rather disturbed and unsettled successor. In a particularly irascible moment the new Doctor comes dangerously close to committing a shocking crime. Overwhelmed with guilt for his violent behaviour, the repentant Time Lord decides to become a hermit... Colin Baker reads Eric Saward’s complete and unabridged novelisation, first published by Target Books in...read more

  • Terrance Dicks

    Four exciting novelisations in which the Doctor is on trial for his life. In The Mysterious Planet, the Doctor is brought before the court of his fellow Time Lords. If the Valeyard can prove him guilty, the Doctor must sacrifice his remaning regenerations. In Mindwarp, the second piece of evidence against the Doctor is presented to the court. One thing is certain: on the evidence of the Matrix, the Doctor is guilty as charged! In Terror of the Vervoids, the Matrix relates how the Doctor and Mel arrive on a space liner just as a series of grisly murders begins. In The Ultimate Foe, the Doctor asserts that the evidence of the Matrix has been tampered with. In a dramatic...read more

  • Douglas Adams

    Four exciting novelisations of classic TV stories in which the Doctor and his companions traverse the Fourth Dimension. In Doctor Who: The Space Museum, by Glyn Jones, the TARDIS jumps a time-track, allowing its occupants to witness themselves as exhibits in a glass case: a future they must avoid at all costs. In Doctor Who and the Day of the Daleks, by Terrance Dicks, a 20th Century peace conference is threatened by guerillas from the future, intent on changing the course of history. In Doctor Who: City of Death, by Douglas Adams and James Goss, the Doctor and Romana witness dangerous fractures in time whilst on holiday in Paris, and must determine the cause. In Doctor...read more

  • Glen Mccoy

    Colin Baker reads this dynamic novelisation of a TV adventure featuring the Sixth Doctor and Peri. The inhabitants of the planet Karfel are suffering under the tyrannical rule of their leader, the Borad, who has brought his world to the brink of interplanetary war. Those who dare to oppose the will of the Borad are mercilessly sacrificed to the Timelash, a fate considered by many to be worse than death. When the Doctor arrives on Karfel he soon discovers the Borad's horrifying plan - and realises he must be stopped at all costs. (P) 2022 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd © 2022 BBC Studios Distribution...read more

  • Darren Jones

    Nine exclusive adventures featuring a multitude of Doctors and companions. The collection opens with a trilogy of stories set in the First World War - Men of War, Horrors of War and Fortunes of War - in which the First, Third and Sixth Doctors are pitted against a rogue element in time. In The Thing From The Sea the Fourth Doctor and Mrs Wibbsey meet an alien serpent in 18th Century Italy, and in The Elysian Blade the Second Doctor, Jamie and Victoria find trouble on a distant Earth colony. In The Flight of the Sun God the Sixth Doctor and Peri join a spaceship of company executives on a one-way trip, whilst The Scent of Blood brings the Eighth Doctor to Victorian Edinburgh in search...read more

  • BBC Audio

    Fabulous tales from the vintage pages of Doctor Who Annual, brought to life by a host of Doctor Who voices. In 'The Sons of the Crab' the First Doctor finds himself a prisoner on a nightmarish world in the Crab Nebula. The Second Doctor is faced with a dilemma posed by the bird-like Arcturans in 'Only A Matter of Time', and in 'War in the Abyss' the Third Doctor goes in search of Jo Grant's missing uncle. The Fourth Doctor and Leela try to help the victims of 'Famine on Planet X', whilst the Fifth Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa find themselves on a 'Night Flight to Nowhere' - courtesy of the Master! In 'Time Wake' the Sixth Doctor and Peri search for the entity behind a dangerous temporal...read more

  • Victor Pemberton

    A new edition of the collection featuring each of the Doctor's full-cast BBC radio adventures - and more. In The Paradise of Death and The Ghosts of N-Space, the Third Doctor reunites with Sarah Jane Smith and UNIT for adventures on Earth and beyond, first broadcast on BBC Radio in the 1990s. In Doctor Who and the Pescatons, made for LP release in 1976, the Fourth Doctor and Sarah fight alien invasion on present day Earth. The duo return in Exploration Earth: The Time Machine, for BBC Schools Radio, in which they witness the Earth's early development. Whatever Happened To...Susan? is a tongue-in-cheek look at how Susan Foreman's life might have turned out after her adventures...read more

  • Adam Smith

    Eight fantastic new adventures in space and time with the Doctor and his companions, featuring stories from many of Doctor Who's most popular authors... and read by your favourite Big Finish...read more

  • Tim Firth

    Get ready to delve into the adventures of Roger Beckett in Troller's Ghyll. As well as ruling over the Rottentrolls - a group of strange knee-high creatures - Roger teaches them big life lessons, and, in return, learns a few lessons himself. Tim Firth's masterpiece is brought to live by the voice of the brilliant Colin Baker, who is best known for his role as the sixth incarnation of The Doctor in the long-running television series Doctor...read more

  • Traditional

    Delight in a collection of famous children's stories performed by our favourite celebrities. From a fantastic edition of Aladdin, read by the brilliant comedian, writer and actor Rik Mayall, to an incredibly captivating retelling of Emperors New Clothes, told by the renown Lenny Henry, and many, many more... This collection includes: Jack and the Beanstalk & The Hare and the Tortoise (Bobby Davro); Puss In Boots (Tony Robinson); Alladin, Sinbad the Sailor & The Gingerbread Man (Rik Mayall); Emperors New Clothes (Sir Lenny Henry); Roger and the Rottentrolls (Colin Baker); Billy Goats Gruff & The Three Little Pigs (Andy Crane); Pinnochio & The Frog Prince (Robin & Brenda...read more

  • Hans C Anderson

    Delight in a collection of tales for all the family, voiced by our favourite celebrities... This collection includes: Aladdin & Goldilocks and The Three Bears (Rik Mayall); Rapunzel & Rumpelstiltskin (Bobby Davro); The Story of Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, The Emperors New Clothes & Beepo Bear (Anita Harris); Sleeping Beauty, Ugly Duckling & Hansel and Gretel (Lenny Henry); Jack and the Beanstalk (Phillip Schofield); The Princess and the Pea (Emma Forbes); Little Red Riding Hood, Billy Goats Gruff & The Three Little Pigs (Andy Crane); Puss in Boots (Tony Robinson); The Pirate, The Parrot, The Genie and The "Magic Way" Explained (Stephen Fry); Roger and the Rottentrolls...read more