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Christmas Invasion, The (Audio Book)

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Category: Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh Doctor Audios

Camille Coduri reads this brand new novelisation of the Tenth Doctor’s first adventure. Earth is under attack by power-hungry aliens. This is no time for the Doctor to be out of action.


When a British space probe is intercepted by a sinister alien vessel on the eve of Christmas, it marks the beginning of an audacious invasion of the Earth by the Sycorax – horrifying marauders from beyond the stars. Within hours, a third of humanity stands on the brink of death with not a single shot fired.


Our planet needs a champion – but the Doctor is not fit for service. He’s just regenerated, delirious in a new body and a dressing gown. Forced into his battered shoes is his friend, Rose Tyler, a girl from a London council estate. Will she save the world from this nightmare before Christmas – or see it destroyed?


Running time: Running time: 3 hours 20 mins.


The Black Archive 19: The Eleventh Hour

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Category: Black Archive, The

The Eleventh Hour (2010) is the 21st century’s second major reinvention of Doctor Who. Jon Arnold looks at how new showrunner Steven Moffat brings long-form storytelling and the influence of fairytale and children’s literature to the Doctor, his companions and their relationships


Lethbridge-Stewart 5.2: The New Unusual

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Category: Lethbridge-Stewart Novels and Audios

The New Unusual sees our heroes being drawn to Australia after investigating strange goings-on at dream-ins, mysterious new age gatherings in which people explore their deepest desires through eggs of alien origin. This book features the return of Lethbridge-Stewart’s nephew, Owain


Lucy Wilson: The Curse of the Mirror Clowns

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Category: Lethbridge-Stewart Novels and Audios

The circus is coming to town – and it may never leave.


Lucy Wilson is just about getting used to life in Ogmore-by-Sea. School, homework, friends, and the occasional alien... It’s not easy being the new girl in town but, with the help of her steadfast companion Hobo, she’s making it work.


But when a mysterious circus opens for one night only, the town suddenly finds itself overrun with invisible clowns and the gang are faced with their biggest mystery yet – the disappearance of Lucy Wilson herself.


Thankfully, they’ve got help – a mysterious stranger from another world with a special box that moves in time and space.


The Lucy Wilson Mysteries is a Lethbridge-Stewart spin-off adventure and featured licensed characters created for Doctor Who by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln.


Tomb of the Cybermen (Record Store Day Vinyl)

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Category: BBC Radio Collection Classic Soundtracks

"The Tomb Of The Cybermen" is a classic Doctor Who story from 1967 featuring the second Doctor Patrick Troughton. Never released on vinyl, the story is two hours long spread across 2LP heavyweight silver vinyl, and featuring newly commissioned gatefold artwork, sleevenotes and on set photos.


The Doctor faces the dreaded Cybermen in the digitally remastered soundtrack of the classic BBC TV story, with linking narration by Frazer Hines. It has legendary status amongst Whovians as the serial was believed lost for many years until discovered in Hong Kong in 1992. The action of The Tomb of the Cybermen follows directly on from that of the preceding serial The Evil of the Daleks, with the Doctor and Jamie welcoming the newly orphaned Victoria aboard the TARDIS. Commissioned as Doctor Who and the Cybermen Planet, this was the third encounter between the Doctor and his half-human, half-machine foes.


City of Death (Record Store Day Vinyl)

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Category: BBC Radio Collection Classic Soundtracks

"City Of Death" is a classic Doctor Who story from 1979, starring the fourth Doctor Tom Baker, Lalla Ward and Julian Glover. Featuring linking narration by Lalla Ward. Previously unreleased on vinyl, the two hour story is presented on 2LP heavyweight translucent green vinyl, and featuring newly commissioned gatefold artwork, sleevenotes and on set photos.


Whilst sightseeing in Paris, the Doctor and Romana notice a series of unexplained temporal disturbances. When a visit to the Louvre lands them in hot water, they realise that a certain Count Scarlioni knows more about advanced technology than a 20th-century Parisian should. With British detective Duggan in tow, the time travellers become embroiled in an audacious plot to steal the Mona Lisa and sell it on the open market.


Doctor Who Magazine 525

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Category: Doctor Who Magazine


Not everything that’s filmed and recorded for Doctor Who makes it to the screen. The new issue of Doctor Who Magazine reveals details of numerous scenes that have been cut, including major sequences that have been lost forever…


Also in this issue…



An exclusive interview with Michelle about the return of glamorous cat burglar Lady Christina.



Editor Will Oswald started working on Doctor Who in 2007 and has been responsible for many missing scenes, as well as initiating new material



The Time Team has regenerated – just in time to revisit landmark episodes from the series’ history.



Janet Fielding, who played air hostess Tegan, answers questions from the TARDIS tin.



Musician and illustrator Jamie Lenman goes on a cosplay mission to recreate the most iconic item from the Doctor’s wardrobe.



Behind the scenes at the launches of the Second, Third and Fourth Doctors.



Exploring the hidden depths of the 2009 Easter Special Planet of the Dead.



Part three of a new comic strip adventure written by Scott Gray and illustrated by John Ross.



The Blogs of Doom, news, previews, book and audio reviews, prize-winning competitions and much more!


Men of War (1st Doctor Adventure)

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Category: Classic Audio Books

An exciting original adventure for the First Doctor, set in the First World War.

Read by Peter Purves


Unique But Similar: The Prisoner Compared

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Category: Cult Titles

Over the last 30 years, much has been written about the 1960s ITV series The Prisoner. A peculiar pattern, however, has emerged in the literature. Whilst Patrick McGoohan’s programme is often described as “original” or even “unique”, an increasing trend has been the making of comparisons between The Prisoner and other productions that would seem either to embrace the same themes or to be stylistically similar. In recent years, parallels have been drawn between The Prisoner and Twin Peaks, Life on Mars, Lost and Wayward Pines. Nonetheless, never until the appearance of the first edition of Unique But Similar had a whole book been devoted entirely to comparison of The Prisoner and other works for television.


Unique But Similar concentrates on the period of TV history up to 1987, the year of The Prisoner’s 20th anniversary. It scrutinises programmes that were made in an era before the series gained the kind of critical acclaim that it enjoys today and before it exerted the degree of influence that has been more characteristic of television in the last 30 years. Since individual chapters are devoted to such programmes as The Twilight Zone, Blake’s 7, Children of the Stones, UFO and the original version of Doctor Who, the book will appeal not only to fans of The Prisoner but also to students of television history more generally. This new edition incorporates four extra chapters and includes a wealth of other material that enriches the original 2013 version very considerably.




Big Chief Clara Oswald 1:6 Scale Figure

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Category: Statues and Maxi Busts

Featuring a stunning likeness of Jenna Coleman, the figure comes outfitted in a floral print dress with blazer and outdoor coat. Clara also comes with her red shoulder bag, numerous accessories and a light-up display base.



1 x Clara Oswald Portrait Head featuring Authentic Likeness of Jenna Coleman

1 x Outdoor Coat

1 x Signature Plaque Stand

1 x Blazer

1 x Floral Print Dress

1 x Pair of Tights

1 x Pair Wedge Boots

8 x Interchangeable Hands

1 x Shoulder Bag

1 x 101 Places to See Book (Open)

1 x The History of the Time War Book (Closed)

1 x Red Maple Leaf

1 x Smart Phone

1 x Confession Dial (Open)

1 x Confession Dial (Closed)

1 x Necklace

1 x Watch & Bracelet

1 x Sonic Screwdriver (Open)

1 x Sonic Screwdriver (Closed)


Big Chief Rose Tyler 1:6 Scale Figure

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Category: Statues and Maxi Busts

Featuring a fully realised likeness of Billie Piper, the figure comes outfitted in her series 4 costume and is armed with the Torchwood Gun, plus numerous accessories and a light-up Bad Wolf display base.



1 x Rose Tyler Portrait Head featuring Authentic Likeness of Billie Piper

1 x Leather Effect Jacket

1 x T-shirt

1 x Pair of Flared Trousers

1 x Pair of Ankle Boots

8 x Interchangeable Hands

1 x Display Base with Illuminating Bad Wolf Graphic and Stand


1 x Torchwood Gun with Movable Pump Action and Strap

1 x Dimension Cannon

1 x Mobile Phone

1 x TARDIS Key on Chain


Commentary CD: The Massacre

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Category: Commentary CDs

Based around the events leading up to the St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre in 1572, The Massacre is a dark and dramatic serial from Doctor Who’s third season, which featured William Hartnell in the dual roles of The Doctor and the Abbot of Amboise. Sadly no episodes or clips from this serial survive in the BBC archives.


More than fifty years after recording the story, members of the cast and crew provide commentaries for these missing episodes, and as a special bonus there is the inclusion of a track for the infamous Christmas 1965 episode The Feast of Steven, which was part of The Daleks’ Master Plan.


Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features Peter Purves (Steven Taylor), David Weston (Nicholas Muss), Christopher Tranchell (Roger Colbert) and Donald Tosh (Writer and Script Editor).


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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