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The Black Archive 33: Horror of Fang Rock

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Category: Black Archive, The

The Black Archive, a series of book-length looks at single Doctor Who stories from 1963 to the present day

 

Written by Matthew Guerreri

 

‘Yes, I always find trouble.’

An isolated Edwardian lighthouse, mysterious deaths, an unexpected shipwreck, a body-snatching alien: Horror of Fang Rock (1977) distils Doctor Who’s vein of Gothic horror, setting the Doctor in a locale that mirrors and amplifies his duality. The story intersects with the lore of the lighthouse as historical icon, as technological compendium, and as literary allegory, to probe the limits of knowledge, the artifice of class and the dangers of narrative.

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Commentary CD: The Curse of Peladon

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Category: Commentary CDs

Disc One

THE CURSE OF PELADON – EPISODE ONE: Ysanne Churchman

THE CURSE OF PELADON – EPISODE TWO: Katy Manning & Nick Hobbs

THE CURSE OF PELADON – EPISODE THREE: Katy Manning, Nick Hobbs & Sylvia James

 

Disc Two

THE CURSE OF PELADON – EPISODE FOUR: Katy Manning, Sylvia James & Wendy Danvers

THE MONSTER OF PELADON – EPISODE THREE: Nick Hobbs & Marcia Wheeler

THE MONSTER OF PELADON – EPISOE FOUR: Nick Hobbs & Marcia Wheeler

 

A distant feudal society battling between its noble historic past and the possibilities of a future with the Galactic Federation, formed the setting for two of the most fondly remembered serials of the Jon Pertwee era.

 

The Curse of Peladon, and its sequel The Monster of Peladon, introduced viewers to a plethora of new monstrous creations, including the hermaphrodite hexapod Alpha Centauri and the furry beast Aggedor. They also reintroduced the towering green Martian invaders, the Ice Warriors.

 

This collection contains a complete commentary track for The Curse of Peladon, and two selected episodes from The Monster of Peladon.

 

Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features Katy Manning (Jo Grant), Ysanne Churchman (Voice of Alpha Centauri), Nick Hobbs (Aggedor), Wendy Danvers (Amazonia), Sylvia James (Make-Up) and Marcia Wheeler (Production Assistant).

 

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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Commentary CD: The Dead Planet

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Category: Commentary CDs

Disc One

THE DEAD PLANET: Brian Hodgson & Clive Doig

THE SURVIVORS: Carole Ann Ford & David Graham

THE ESCAPE: David Graham, Clive Doig & Richard Martin

 

Disc Two

THE ORDEAL: William Russell & Richard Martin

THE RESCUE: Carole Ann Ford, Richard Martin & Clive Doig

 

 

An unofficial commentary for Doctor Who: The Daleks.

 

Having survived a skirmish with a Stone Age tribe, the TARDIS crew were flung far into space in the distant future for an encounter with alien foe on a radiation soaked planet which would change the shape of British television forever.

 

For the first time, viewers would be introduced to the evil Daleks, creatures who transformed Doctor Who into an international success, and became an instant science fiction icon. In celebration of this landmark serial, we present brand new commentaries for five episodes, featuring key contributors.

 

Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features William Russell (Ian Chesterton), Carole Ann Ford (Susan Foreman), David Graham (Dalek Voices), Brian Hodgson (Special Sound), Clive Doig (Vision Mixer) 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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