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NEW IN: Classic Audio Book: Marco Polo

Zienia Merton reads this captivating novelisation of an epic ‘lost’ historical TV adventure featuring the First Doctor. The young Venetian, Marco Polo, is on his way to the Emperor’s court in Peking when he meets four intrepid time travellers: the elderly Doctor, his granddaughter Susan, and their companions Ian and Barbara.

COMING SOON: Season 11 OST in Limited Edition Packaging

Music soundtrack to Season 11 by SEGUIN AKINOLA. We will have a very limited number in digipack with exclusive booklet

Myth Makers: Michael Jayston

In 1986, Jayston played the role of the Valeyard in Doctor Who. In the serial The Ultimate Foe, the Valeyard is revealed to be a manifestation of the Doctor's dark side. He later reprised the part of the Valeyard in He Jests at Scars..., Trial of the Valeyard, and The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure, audio plays released by Big Finish Productions.

Doctor Who Calendar 2019

This 2019 Calendar featuring stunning images for every month of the year along with monthly date grid. This calendar will keep you organised and all your appointments, Birthdays and daily notes all in one place plus add some Timelord space adventure to your year.

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New releases

Doctor Who Season 19 Blu ray

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Peter Davison’s first series as the Fifth Doctor in a limited edition Eight-disc box set. Features all 26 episodes remastered.

 

Brand new special features include: Five new Making-Of documentaries for Castrovalva, Four To Doomsday, Black Orchid, Earthshock and Time-Flight; surround sound mixes for Kinda and Earthshock; an Extended Version of Black Orchid Part One; Rare studio footage from Castrovalva, Four To Doomsday, Earthshock and Time-Flight; updated special effects for Castrovalva; seven more editions of Behind The Sofa; a newly-shot one-hour interview Peter Davison In Conversation with Matthew Sweet and much more.

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Dalek Audio Annual CD

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The Daleks rampage in this collection of vintage stories from Terry Nation’s Dalek Annuals of the 1970s.

 

Urgent message to all Anti-Dalek Force agents: the Daleks are coming! Defend yourself with The Dalek Audio Annual, packed with exciting tales of galactic terror, global invasion and the adventures of plucky human resistance fighters.

 

Special ADF agents Nicholas Briggs, Louise Jameson and Matthew Waterhouse will read five stories of battlefield reportage ― Terror Task Force, Exterminate! Exterminate! Exterminate!, Timechase, The Doomsday Machine and Report from an Unknown Planet ― alongside factual updates on the Dalek War: Dalek Genius, Mark 7 Humanoid Robot, Special Report: Secret Meeting on Skaro and more. All material is authenticated from Terry Nation’s Dalek Annuals of the 1970s.

 

Order your copy now. It is your duty to remain informed of progress in the ongoing battle between humans and Daleks!

 

Duration: 2 hours 20 mins approx.

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Classic Audio Book: Marco Polo

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Zienia Merton reads this captivating novelisation of an epic ‘lost’ historical TV adventure featuring the First Doctor.

 

The young Venetian, Marco Polo, is on his way to the Emperor’s court in Peking when he meets four intrepid time travellers: the elderly Doctor, his granddaughter Susan, and their companions Ian and Barbara.

 

The TARDIS has broken down whilst on Earth, in the year 1289. Marco Polo recognises in it a means of winning favour with the Emperor, and he insists that the travellers accompany his caravan to Cathay.

 

The journey is fraught with sandstorms, drought, bandits, would-be assassins and many other hidden dangers. Even if they do arrive safely at the court of Kublai Khan, the Doctor and his friends have no guarantee of ever seeing the inside of the TARDIS again…

 

Zienia Merton, who played Ping-Cho in the original BBC serial, reads John Lucarotti’s own novelisation of his 1964 TV adventure.

 

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TARDIS T Shirt

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100% cotton

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Myth Makers: Michael Jayston

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Michael Jayston was born ‘Michael James’ in West Bridgford, a suburb of Nottingham to Vincent and Myfanwy (Llewelyn) James. He made his professional debut in 1961 performing in various productions at the Bangor Little Theatre in Northern Ireland and went on to become one of Britain’s most accomplished actors.

 

During an incredibly distinguished career, a few of his many credits include, on film, Henry Ireton in Cromwell (1970), Tsar Nicholas in Nicholas and Alexandra (1971) and Macbeth in Macbeth (1988). On television Edward Rochester in Jane Eyre (1973), Quiller (1975), Peter Guillam in Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (1980) and Neville Badger in A Bit of a Do (1989). On stage Exeter in Henry V (1965), Laertes in Hamlet (1966), Oswald in Ghosts (1968), Henry II in Becket (1972), Martin Dysart in Equus (1974), Charles Appleby in Eden End (1974) and Elyot Chase in Private Lives (1980).

 

But to Doctor Who fans he’s best known for portraying The Valeyard in the Doctor Who season The Trial of a Time Lord (1986).

 

Michael has recorded many voiceovers, audio books, radio dramas and plays during his career … most notably he has reprised his role as The Valeyard in several Big Finish audio dramas.

 

So very much to talk about!

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TARDIS Socks

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Very cool blue and grey socks with the iconic TARDIS design

UK Size 6 - 11

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Upcoming releases

The Stones of Blood Commentary CD

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Doctor Who marked its one hundredth story with a tale that was a heady mix of gothic horror and science fiction. The Stones of Blood formed the third part of The Key to Time season, first broadcast in 1978.

 

In celebration of the serial’s fortieth anniversary, members of the cast and crew reunite to share their memories and experiences of working on the show in five new commentaries, including an alternative track for episode three.

 

Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features John Leeson (K9), Susan Engel (Vivien Fay), Nicholas McArdle (De Vries), Shirin Taylor (Camper), Carolyn Montagu (Production Assistant) and Darrol Blake (Director).

 

These CDs can be enjoyed on their own or played in conjunction with the official BBC DVD release.

 

These commentaries contain no BBC copyrighted elements and do not feature audio from the episodes themselves.

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World's End (The Dalek Invasion of Earth) Commentary CD

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The Christmas of 1964 saw Britain gripped in a wave of Dalekmania. As well as conquering the nation’s playgrounds and toy stores, the Daleks were back in their second television serial, The Dalek Invasion of Earth, playing to audiences of over 11 million.

 

With iconic images of the Daleks gliding around central London landmarks and rolling over Westminster Bridge, as well as the departure of the Doctor’s granddaughter Susan, the serial became an instant classic.

 

More than fifty years after the broadcast, cast and crew reunite to provide a brand new selection of commentary tracks for the serial.

 

Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast, this release features Carole Ann Ford (Susan Foreman), Ann Davies (Jenny), Robert Aldous (Insurgent), David Graham (Dalek Voices), Peter Badger (Roboman), Nick Evans (Dalek and Slyther), Clive Doig (Vision Mixer), Spencer Chapman (Designer) and Richard Martin (Director).

 

These CDs can be enjoyed on their own or played in conjunction with the official BBC DVD release.

 

These commentaries contain no BBC copyrighted elements and do not feature audio from the episodes themselves.

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The Black Archive 27: The Daemons

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Something is wrong in Devil’s End. An archaeologist is overly eager in his attempts to dig into a barrow, a local white witch is foretelling doom and destruction, and the old vicar has disappeared under mysterious circumstances.

 

The Dæmons (1971) is a celebration of occult and new age history and culture, a story that cherry-picks from sources as diverse as Goethe, Kneale and Lovecraft. But how did this most unusual Doctor Who story become such a nostalgic touchstone for the era?

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Seventh Doctor New Adventures Volume 1

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1. The Trial of a Time Machine by Andy Lane

After colliding with another time-ship in the vortex, the TARDIS materialises on Thrantas where it is arrested and forced to face trial. While Chris and Roz investigate the crime scene, the Doctor must defend his most loyal companion against a society where guilt has no meaning.

 

2. Vanguard by Steve Jordan

The planet Vanguard was once ravaged by a war between its peoples: the Dauntless and the Intrepid. Now, robotic titans stalk the desolation, searching for survivors. Their mission: to end the war for one side or the other. But which side will the Doctor take?

 

3. The Jabari Countdown by Alan Flanagan

Arriving on a mysterious island, stranded with a group of mathematicians, the Doctor and his companions find themselves on the fringes of the Second World War. Trapped with only each other and an unknown threat, the group must work together to solve a puzzle greater than just one world’s war.

 

4. The Dread of Night by Tim Foley 

When a grieving household offers the TARDIS travellers shelter from the weather, the Doctor, Chris and Roz find themselves exposed to even less hospitable conditions. A sinister presence stalks the house, plaguing its inhabitants… and only the truth can free them.

 

Cast

Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Yasmin Bannerman (Roz Forrester), Travis Oliver (Chris Cwej), Liz Sutherland-Lim (Maratuk), Vikash Bhai (Sydyck), John Heffernan (Honos), Mina Anwar (Forsetti), Janine Duvitski (Alpha Wheeler), Leonie Schliesing (Zsa Zsa Straus), Franchi Webb (Eleanor Blake), Rupert Young (Binkum Fray), Silas Carson (Arbuckle), Sara Powell (Contessa), Olivia Morris (Green), Connor Calland (Blue), Jacob Dudman (Cannon), Melanie Kilburn (Hooley), Rhian Blundell (Isabel), Elaine Fellows (Annabel), Ellie Darvill (Willis). Other parts played by members of the cast.

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Early Adventures 5:3 Entanglement

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Cambridge, England, the mid 1930s. When the Doctor, Steven and Vicki get separated from the TARDIS they are forced to spend some time amongst the ancient spires of Sedgwick College. The college is mid-way through a leadership crisis following the unexplained disappearance of the Master of Sedgwick, Sir Isaiah Hardy. An election for his replacement is now taking place.

 

But is that all that’s happening in this seemingly peaceful location? The Proctors are behaving in mysterious ways and the students are prone to bursts of unexplained violence. When one of his companions also vanishes, the Doctor realises that there’s more at stake here than control of an educational establishment. A dark plan is underway - one that threatens the entire future of humanity itself!

 

Cast

Maureen O'Brien (Vicki / Narrator), Peter Purves (Steven Taylor / The Doctor / Narrator), Mark Edel-Hunt (Guy), Sam Woolf (Kim), Philip Fox (Professor Charles Lewis), Richard Braine (Professor Linus Woolf), John Rowe (Sir Isiah Hardy). Other parts played by members of the cast.

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Torchwood: God Among Us Part 1

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When a God comes to Cardiff, the world goes to Hell.

 

6.1 Future Pain by James Goss

Torchwood pick up the pieces and move on. After all, there’s a whole new set of alien threats to deal with.

 

While Yvonne Hartman is asserting her authority as the new leader of Torchwood, Jack Harkness is hunting an alien god in the sewers – but what’s he really hiding from?

 

6.2 The Man Who Destroyed Torchwood by Guy Adams

Brent Hayden. To some he’s the darling of the alt-right, to others he’s a far-left crusader. A lot of people watch his videos, hang off his every word. Crisis actors? Conspiracies? Black Ops? Brent knows you deserve the truth. And Brent’s come to Cardiff, because he’s going to expose Torchwood. Don’t forget to Like and Subscribe.

 

6.3 See No Evil by John Dorney

Cardiff goes blind.

 

There’s a hunter out there in the darkness. With no escape, and the screaming getting louder, Jack Harkness and Yvonne Hartman each set out to save the city in their own ways.

 

6.4 Night Watch by Tim Foley

The Black Sun has come through the Rift. When it visits, sleep comes with it. Orr is the guardian, appointed to watch over the city while it slumbers. What will they find as they wander the streets?

 

Who are the lost souls, trapped with their demons? Who are the ones fighting even sleep? Who are the broken meeting their dreams?

 

 

Cast

John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness), Tracy-Ann Oberman (Yvonne Hartman), Paul Clayton (Mr Colchester), Alexandria Riley (Ng), Samantha Béart (Orr), Jonny Green (Tyler Steele), Tom Price (Sergeant Andy Davidson), Rachel Atkins (Ro-Jedda), Ramon Tikaram (Colin Colchester-Price), Jacqueline King (Mourner), Tom Forrister (Brent), Dominic Thorburn (Chip), Adam Turns (Old Man), Connor Calland (David), Jonnie Smith (Tim), Justin Davies (Scott), Karen Elli (Brent's Mum), Laura Singleton (Celebrant), Melanie Stevens (Julia), Ri Richards (Shopper). Other parts played by members of the cast.

 

Torchwood contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners

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