This is a four-part Doctor Who story from 1966, wiped from the BBC Archives, which exists on soundtrack only. Peter Purves supplies added narration to the story. The episodes have not been seen for more than thirty years, and given that they no longer exist in visual form, they are now audio exclusives. The Doctor is played by William Hartnell.
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Most of my friends are not Doctor Who fans. Those who are, are from the newest revival of the series. I would only recommend this to a die hard fans of the entire series.
This audiobook is taken from the audio track of the TV series with a narrator filling in a few details that are lost without video. A few more details would have made this story more complete. Don't get me wrong, I still enjoyed it, but I am glad I didn't spend a lot on it.
The cast performance was fine. It would have made more sense with better narration.
This question needs makes no sense sense the Doctor Who series has countless audio and paper books, comic books, it's own magazine and the longest running sci-fi series ever.
Die hard Whovian's, this audiobook is for you. Never heard of Doctor Who or not sure what the series is about...this isn't a good starting point.
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