Stephen Wyatt

Doctor Who: The Alien Worlds Collection
  • Doctor Who: The Alien Worlds Collection

  • Five classic novelisations of TV adventures on alien planets!

    In Doctor Who and the Zarbi, the First Doctor and his companions Ian, Barbara and Vicki are trapped on the remote planet Vortis. In Doctor Who and the Curse of Peladon, the Third Doctor and Jo are mistaken for delegates of the Galactic Federation on a primitive and superstitious world. In Doctor Who and the Brain of Morbius, the Fourth Doctor and Sarah find the living remains of a renegade Time Lord and his maniacal saviour. In Doctor Who and the Leisure Hive, the Fourth Doctor and Romana find subterfuge and corruption lurking beneath the surface of the pleasure planet Argolis. In Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, the Seventh Doctor and Ace fight for their lives on Segonax, home of the Psychic Circus.

    Read by William Russell, David Troughton, Tom Baker, Lalla Ward and Sophie Aldred.

    Each purchase is accompanied by a PDF booklet featuring full cast and credits, chapter-by-chapter navigation, and sleeve notes for each book by David J. Howe.

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    Sound design by Simon Power
    TARDIS sound effect by Brian Hodgson
    Executive producer: Michael Stevens
    Cover illustration by Alister Pearson

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    BBC logo © BBC 1996
    Doctor Who logo © BBC 2014
    A stereo recording
    MCPS

    Digital Edition Chapter Listing

    Doctor Who and the Zarbi
    Files 001-007

    Doctor Who and the Curse of Peladon
    Files 008-018

    Doctor Who and the Brain of Morbius
    Files 019-030

    Doctor Who and the Leisure Hive
    Files 031-039

    Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy
    Files 040-053

Dante Alighieri (Author) Dante, or Durante deli Alighieri, was born in Florence, Italy, circa 1265. His family was connected with the Guelph political alliance, supporters of the Papacy. His mother died before Dante’s tenth birthday. Dante himself was betrothed to Gemma di Manetto Donati when he was aged only 12. The pair went on to marry, but Dante’s true love was for Beatrice Portinari, who would inspire much of his poetry. Dante and Gemma had several children. Dante was a member of Florence’s Apothecaries’ Guild, though he did not practice as a pharmacist. Allied to the White Guelphs, with whom he fought against the vanquishing Black Guelphs, he was eventually condemned to perpetual exile from Florence. He went first to Verona and then to Liguria. There is speculation that he travelled more widely, including to Paris and Oxford, although this has not been verified. During his time of exile Dante conceived and wrote the three poems which form The Divine Comedy. He died in 1321, aged 56, of suspected malaria. He was buried in Ravenna, Italy, where a tomb was later erected in his name. Stephen Wyatt is a playwright and dramatist with extensive experience in stage, radio and television.