The hugely powerful Key to Time has been split into six segments, all of which have been disguised and hidden throughout time and space. Now the even more powerful White Guardian wants the Doctor to find the pieces. With the first segment successfully retrieved, the Doctor, Romana and K9 trace the second segment of the Key to the planet Calufrax. But when they arrive at exactly the right point in space, they find themselves on exactly the wrong planet - Zanak.
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WARNING: some listeners may find this content offensive. Evesdrop on the bizarre, surprising and very secret lives of public people who have been caught unaware by the microphone. An excellent impressionist show with Jon Culshaw and other masters of the art, all about politicians and celebs caught unawares. Jon Culshaw was one of the stars of the Dead Ringers Radio and TV Series.
"very clever, very funny"
Jon Culshaw reads this exciting novelisation of a 1975 TV adventure featuring the Fourth Doctor. At a time in the far-off future, Earth has become uninhabitable. A selection of humanity is placed, deep-frozen, in a fully automated space station to await the day of their return to Earth. Thousands of years later, the Doctor arrives with his companions, Sarah and Harry, and finds things going suspiciously wrong.
"Re: Culshaw is terrific with amazing voice acting."
This colourful collection of hilarious sketches from the acclaimed radio series includes gems such as Tom Baker telephone conversations with Directory Inquiries, David Dickinson, and many more. It also includes favourites such as Tony Blair and George Bush. Hyacinth Bucket makes an appearance as well as the Beckhams and shows such as "The Weakest Link" and "Faking It" are immortalised forever in this selection of brilliant comedy sketches.
"I love it but do you have to be British?"
The third series of the wickedly funny BBC Radio 4 comedy. Just when you thought it was safe to listen again, Dead Ringers is back with its skewed and scary take on the world of celebrity, politics and the mass media. Anne Robinson puts her family through its paces to find "The Weakest Child", Graham Norton presents "So...Panorama!" and Simon Bates recounts "A History of Britain in the Style of Our Tune". Craig from Big Brother applies to join the Royal Ballet, whilst Alan Bennett shares more nostalgic memories of his surprising exploits.
An unabridged audiobook of this classic novelisation of a Fourth Doctor TV adventure from 1975. Landing on Earth - now a barren, desolate planet - Sarah, Harry and the Doctor are unaware of a large, watching robot. The robot is the work of Styre, a Sontaran warrior who uses all humans landing here for his experimental programmes. What has happened to the other space explorers who have come here? Why is Styre so interested in Earth and in brutally torturing humans, including Sarah Jane?
An unabridged reading of this classic novelisation, based on a BBC TV adventure featuring the Third Doctor. A mysterious power loss strands the Tardis on Exxilon, a sinister, fog-shrouded alien planet. The Doctor meets the survivors of a beleaguered expedition from Earth while Sarah finds a mysterious supercity and becomes a captive of the savage Exxilons. Worst of all, the Doctor's greatest enemies, the Daleks, arrive on a secret mission of their own.
The 15th series of the award-winning BBC Radio 4 impressions show, starring Jon Culshaw, Jan Ravens and others, plus the 2015 Christmas Special and 2016 New Year's Day Special, which is 'A Look Back at the Year 2020'!
Seven sparkling episodes from the award-winning BBC Radio 4 impressions show - including the General Election 2015 edition. The topical impressions show returns with two more series, featuring the Boxing Day 2014 episode, a Review of 2014 edition and five further episodes from 2015: including the astonishingly bang up to date General Election edition written within hours of the final result and broadcast the morning after.
The award-winning BBC Radio 4 impressions show returns with a new cast of characters. In 2014 we saw a welcome return to the airwaves for the comedy show that holds in its sights every programme, institution and politician you hold dear. In these six episodes, Michael Portillo attempts to hide from his fellow This Week presenters; David Mitchell appears in EastEnders; Gareth Malone gives Ed Milliband tips on sounding normal; Masterchef meets The Great British Bake-Off....
Eight episodes of the award-winning BBC Radio 4 impressions show starring Jon Culshaw, Jan Ravens and others, first broadcast June-July 2016 (six episodes) and December 2016 (two episodes).
Just when you thought it was safe to listen again, Dead Ringers is back with its skewed and scary take on the world of celebrity, politics, and the mass media.
The wickedly funny impressions show arrived on television in 2002, having made waves and become an incredible success as a BBC Radio 4 series. BBC Radio Collection's volumes of episodes from the radio series have been incredibly successful, and now this volume collects the best moments from the first BBC1 TV series.
Just when you thought it was safe to listen again, Dead Ringers is back with its skewed and scary take on the world of celebrity, politics, and the mass media. All human, and quite a bit of inhuman, life is here.
Impressionist Alistair McGowan leads a talented cast taking satirical digs at subjects that range from newsworthy to naughty in this wickedly funny topical comedy from the BBC Radio 4 series.
Once again Jon Culshaw, Kate Robbins, and fellow impersonators ransack the worlds of politics and broadcasting in the name of comedy. Popular favourites such as "Brian Perkins", "The Doctor", "Alan Bennett", "William Hague", and "Posh 'n' Becks" are all included.
The eighth series of the wickedly funny BBC Radio 4 comedy. Financial expert Alvin Hall stars in a remake of 'The Italian Job', Michael Parkinson's legendary interviewing technique is turned on his local branch of Pizza Hut, Patrick Moore applies to read the football results on Sky Sports and gravelly-voiced Doctor Who makes enquiries about interstellar travel on the London Eye.