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Doctor Who: Time Wake & Other Stories
  • Doctor Who: Time Wake & Other Stories

    • BBC Audio

    • Colin Baker (Read by)

    • Anneke Wills (Read by)

    • Louise Jameson (Read by)

    • Jon Culshaw (Read by)

    • Dan Starkey (Read by)

    • Geoffrey Beevers (Read by)

    Fabulous tales from the vintage pages of Doctor Who Annual, brought to life by a host of Doctor Who voices.

    In The Sons of the Crab the First Doctor finds himself a prisoner on a nightmarish world in the Crab Nebula. The Second Doctor is faced with a dilemma posed by the bird-like Arcturans in Only A Matter of Time, and in War in the Abyss the Third Doctor goes in search of Jo Grant's missing uncle.

    The Fourth Doctor and Leela try to help the victims of Famine on Planet X, whilst the Fifth Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa find themselves on a Night Flight to Nowhere - courtesy of the Master!

    In Time Wake the Sixth Doctor and Peri search for the entity behind a dangerous temporal corridor in London.

    Two short additional features ponder the Secrets of the TARDIS and examine the conundrum that is One Doctor - Five Men.

    Dan Starkey, Geoffrey Beevers, Anneke Wills, Jon Culshaw, Louise Jameson and Colin Baker are our guides through these weird and wacky stories from Doctor Who Annual.
    Readings produced by Neil Gardner
    Sound design by David Darlington
    Executive producer: Michael Stevens
    (P) 2022 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd © 2022 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

RELEASED 07/04/2022

Since the 1960s the very best of BBC radio’s spoken word output has been available to own, first on record and cassette and now on CD and digital download. In addition to its extensive backlist catalogue, BBC Audio continues to publish a wide range of entertainment drawn from recent radio programming and the BBC archive.

A vast range of comedy titles from the vintage to the modern include Hancock’s Half Hour, The Goon Show, Just a MinuteI’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue and Cabin Pressure, plus shows from comedians such as Sue Perkins, Micky Flanagan, Alan Partridge, Sarah Millican and Joe Lycett. The realms of fantasy are depicted in Doctor Who, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, The Lord of the Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia. There’s radio drama based on the works of some of our most popular and significant writers including Jane Austen, Terry Pratchett, Maya Angelou, Neil Gaiman and Oscar Wilde. Our wide variety of crime and thrillers include Stone, The Martin Beck Stories, Paul Temple, Lord Peter Wimsey and The Interrogation, alongside full-cast dramatisations of the works of major crime novelists such as Agatha Christie, John le Carré and Arthur Conan Doyle. History, science and culture epics include A History of the World in 100 Objects, This Sceptred IsleA History of Childhood, The Making of Music and the memoirs of David Attenborough.

More information about the BBC’s spoken word radio services can be found at www.bbc.co.uk/sounds.

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