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Lethbridge-Stewart 1:4 Mutually Assured Domination (Reprint)

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Category: Lethbridge-Stewart Novels and Audios

The Dominators, the Masters of the Ten Galaxies, have come to Earth, and brought with them their deadly robotic weapons, the Quarks!


Its the summer of ’69. Flower power is at its height, and nuclear power is in its infancy. Journalist Harold Chorley is out of work, and Colonel Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart is out of sorts. Dominex Industries are on the up, promising cheap energy for all. But people have started going missing near their plant on Dartmoor. Coincidence, or are sinister forces at work?


Join Lethbridge-Stewart and uneasy ally Harold Chorley as they delve into the secrets behind Dominex – and uncover a plan that could bring about the end of the world.


Lethbridge-Stewart 7:2 Bloodlines 2: The Shadowman

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Category: Lethbridge-Stewart Novels and Audios

A new reality has been created by the temporal disruption ripping through the causal nexus. Welcome to 1978… with a difference.


Anne Travers, co-founder of UNIT, and her husband, Bill, are celebrating their wedding anniversary in France, which is the perfect opportunity for Anne to catch-up with an old friend; Madeleine Bonnaire.


At the institute owned by Madeleine’s father, one professor is more interested in his own project than any work for which Bonnaire has hired him. His need for secrecy and his attitude irritates his assistant, Paul Larousse, who would prefer to dwell on his feelings for Madeleine.


Meanwhile, Victor Bonnaire is not at all happy to hear of Anne’s visit, not least of all because he’s always viewed Anne as a bad influence on his daughter.


What seems like a simple case of familial friction takes a bleak turn when a local unknown threat makes the news. Suspicion abounds and throws

 Anne and Bill into an unexpected mystery. What is the strange threat, and does it present a direct danger to anybody at the institute? Or to those who ask too many questions? Unable to walk away from her friend,


Anne has no option but to investigate, little knowing she’s about to face the darkest shadow of her life so far.


Myth Makers: Nick Joseph

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Category: Reeltime Myth Makers, Drama and Documentary DVDs

Nick Joseph started out as an electrician and then a driving instructor. But then a chance meeting with an agent for “supporting artists” led to a nearly forty year career in “the business.”


Nick has appeared in countless television and film productions … but to cult fans his roles in Star Wars, James Bond 007, Blake’s 7 and Doctor Who stand out.


In a jovial and relaxed conversation with Martin Parsons at The Capitol 3 convention in 2018, Nick tells his stories of filming these productions … and his personal trials and tribulations!


City of Death Commentary CD

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Category: Commentary CDs

In 1979 Doctor Who visited Paris, the first time that the series had ever ventured abroad for location filming. City of Death is a quintessentially Douglas Adams piece; filled with outlandish concepts, razor sharp wit and stylish humour. It was also the highest rated serial of the show’s first twenty-six year run.


More than thirty years on, cast and crew reunite to share their memories of the production in a brand new commentary for all four episodes. Additionally we present a bonus track for an episode of Nightmare of Eden.


Disc One

CITY OF DEATH – EPISODE ONE: Julian Glover, David Graham & Doreen James

CITY OF DEATH – EPISODE TWO: Catherine Schell & James Goss

CITY OF DEATH – EPISODE THREE: Julian Glover, David Graham & Doreen James


Disc Two

CITY OF DEATH – EPISODE FOUR: Catherine Schell & James Goss

NIGHTMARE OF EDEN – EPISODE FOUR: Peter Craze & Robert Goodman


Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features Julian Glover (Count Scarlioni), Catherine Schell (Countess Scarlioni), David Graham (Professor Kerensky), Doreen James (Costume Designer) and James Goss (Novelist) for City of Death and Peter Craze (Officer Costa) and Robert Goodman (Mandril) for Nightmare of Eden.


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.


Monochrome Magic Commentary CD

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Category: Commentary CDs

When Doctor Who was broadcast during the 1960’s, it was in glorious monochrome. The adventures of William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton’s incarnations of The Doctor had a magic all of their own, as they faced the legendary Daleks and Cybermen, and the lesser remembered foes such as Macra and Moroks.


Monochrome Magic contains commentaries for individual episodes from the early years of Doctor Who, including The Space Museum, The War Machines, The Macra Terror, The Seeds of Death and The Space Pirates, as well as an interview covering The Power of the Daleks.


Disc One


THE WAR MACHINES – EPISODE FOUR: Margot Hayhoe & Michael Ferguson



Disc Two


THE SEEDS OF DEATH – EPISODE ONE: Wendy Padbury, Martin Cort & Sylvia James

THE SPACE PIRATES – EPISODE TWO: Wendy Padbury & Frazer Hines


Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features Wendy Padbury (Zoe), Frazer Hines (Jamie), Anneke Wills (Polly), Martin Cort (Locke), Maureen Lane (Drum Majorette), Margot Hayhoe (Assistant Floor Manager), Sylvia James (Make-Up), Spencer Chapman (Designer) and Michael Ferguson (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.


Revelation of the Daleks (Hardcover)

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Category: Original Doctor Who Novels

The Doctor and Peri land on the planet Necros to visit the funerary home Tranquil Repose – where the dead are interred and the near-dead placed in suspended animation until such time as their conditions can be cured.


But the Great Healer of Tranquil Repose is far from benign. Under his command, Daleks guard the catacombs where sickening experiments are conducted on human bodies. The new life he offers the dying comes at a terrible cost – and the Doctor and Peri are being lured into a trap that will change them forever.



The Black Archive 37: Kerblam!

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Category: Black Archive, The

‘The systems aren’t the problem. How people use and exploit systems, that’s the problem.’


Kerblam! (2018) throws the Doctor and her team into the future of distribution and employment. The episode offers an exciting sci-fi mystery with uncannily creepy robots, intrusive artificial intelligence, and an explosive reveal of the antagonist. However, many viewers felt shock waves rock their own worldview in the apparent political messages of the story.


Examining politics, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and the closest real-world analogues of the Kerblam company raises questions about the Doctor’s own politics, the series’ use of AI and robots across the years, and whether current technology is more futuristic than that shown in the episode.


This Black Archive demonstrates that despite many changes instituted in the 2018 season, the depiction of the Doctor’s politics, AI, and robotics is heavily influenced by the past. It also shows how the present of AI and robotics is already much stranger than Kerblam! depicts. In the end, the volume proposes that the heart of the episode can be found in the answer to this question: who killed Kira?


The Annual Years (Revised Edition)

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Category: Doctor Who Reference Books

With new cover art on the paperback edition by Andrew-Mark Thompson, coverage of all the non-fiction articles, commentary on every single story from Paul Magrs, author of Doctor Who fiction for Big Finish, the BBC and AudioGo – and a whole new chapter on the fan produced 1972 Annual – this is the celebration that the annuals have long been overdue!


“These extraordinary books are like weird, grotesque shadow-versions of the Show we recognise. They are mutations haunting the wilderness between the domed, protected cities of Canonicity. The world of the Annuals is odder, darker, madder, more psychedelic and surreal. These are adventures in a wilder, destabilized universe. The cosiness of what we recognise as Doctor Who has gone.” – Paul Magrs, from the Introduction


From 1965 to 1986, from William Hartnell to Colin Baker, the World Distributer Doctor Who annuals were weird and witty and wonderful, a big brother to TV Comic and second cousin to Doctor Who Discovers… – and they all the more beloved by us because of that.


Join Paul Magrs in an analysis of every story in the classic Annual run – plus K9 and Company! – as well as a history, a selection of correspondence, interviews with the authors, and more…


Iris Wildthyme and the Polythene Terror

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Category: Iris Wildthyme Books

EXILED by her own mysterious people to Earth in 1976, IRIS WILDTHYME and her best friend PANDA are soon embroiled in a terrifying adventure involving RUBBISH MEN!


The STREETS of London are filled with DEADLY GARBAGE! Government Ministers are going out of their MINDS! TV Professors are proposing crazy ideas! MIDA SLIKE of the Ministry of Incursions and Ontological Wonders (MIAOW!) is called in, and soon her very best people are assembling to investigate the mysteries of THE CHASM…


But how can a Transtemporal Adventuress with a knackered double decker, a furious Panda and an absolutely shocking HANGOVER even begin to cope with what looks like a downright HORRIBLE PALAVER?


Pages: 192

Cover Art: Andrew-Mark Thompson


Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor (Novelisation)

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Category: Reeltime Myth Makers, Drama and Documentary DVDs

Sil is worried, very worried, which doesn’t keep his reptilian skin in the best condition! Confined in a cold detention cell on the Moon, awaiting a deportation hearing for trial over drugs offences on Earth, he faces a death sentence if the application is successful and he is found guilty. And his employers at the Universal Monetary Fund aren’t pleased either. Not at all.


As time runs out and friends desert him, Sil must use all of his devious, vile, underhanded, ruthless and amoral business acumen to survive.


Can he possibly slime his way out of this one?


Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor is based on, and expands upon, the Reeltime Pictures drama production Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor. It also spins off from the 1985 BBC Doctor Who adventure ‘Vengeance on Varos’, and 1986’s ‘The Trial of a Time Lord’ parts 5 to 8. All characters used with permission.


This book has not been licensed or approved by the BBC or any of its affiliates.


The special edition is an A-format paperback release, sized and designed to fit in with the Target Doctor Who novelisations. It features a retro-art cover by Andrew-Mark Thompson, and includes an 8-page full colour section of photographs from the making of Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor.


Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor is written by Philip Martin, who created the character of Sil and wrote the original script for the film.


Doctor Who Audio Annual: The Sinister Sponge and Other Stories

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Category: BBC Radio Collection Classic Soundtracks

A selection of weird and wonderful stories from the pages of Doctor Who Annual, featuring the first six Doctors and their companions.


Jon Culshaw, Frazer Hines, Dan Starkey, Louise Jameson and Nicola Bryant read a selection of exuberant and colourful tales from the legendary Doctor Who Annual, a Christmas stocking treat from the 1960s to the 1980s.


In Terror on Tiro the First Doctor endures a punishing journey across an alien landscape in order to find his friend. Follow the Phantoms takes the Second Doctor, Jamie and Victoria to a land where the boundaries of time are blurred.


The Third Doctor and Jo find themselves catapulted into The House That Jack Built, and then Sarah falls under the influence of The Sinister Sponge.


The Fourth Doctor and Leela encounter The Crocodiles from the Mist, and the Fifth Doctor, Tegan and Turlough join forces with the Brigadier to tackle a threat posed by The Nemertines.


In Beauty and the Beast the Sixth Doctor and Peri enjoy the delights of an idyllic world - until they discover an uncomfortable truth beneath the surface.

Take a nostalgic journey through time with these vintage Doctor Who adventures!


Classic Audio Book: Vengeance on Varos

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Category: Classic Audio Books

Martin Jarvis reads this exciting novelisation of a classic TV adventure for the Sixth Doctor, introducing the slug-like Sil. The TARDIS has stalled in mid-flight, and it is only on the planet Varos that the Doctor can find the precious Zeiton-7 ore he needs to continue his travels through Time and Space. Arriving on the planet, he saves the rebel Jondar from execution, and incurs the wrath of Sil, the sadistic representative of the Galatron Mining Corporation on Varos.


The hunt is on for the Doctor and his rebel friends. And as they are pursued through the corridors of the deadly Punishment Dome, the Doctor discovers that the people of Varos have some very disturbing ideas of entertainment...

Martin Jarvis, who played the Governor in the original TV episodes, reads Philip Martin's novelisation of his 1985 serial which starred Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor.

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