Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison and Colin Baker are among the readers of these seven stories from the worlds of Doctor Who. 'The Planet of the Daleks' is read by Jon Pertwee; 'Warriors of the Deep' is read by Peter Davison; 'Vengeance on Varos' is read by Colin Baker; 'The Novel of the Film' (the 1996 TV movie) and 'Earth' and 'Beyond' (three original short stories) are read by Paul McGann. With original music.
Twelve stories of excitement and adventure in distant times and places!
"Excellent collection narrated by the real actors!"
All 16 episodes from the eleventh series of the hugely popular, long-running BBC radio comedy starring Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips and Jon Pertwee. This audiobook comprises the episodes 'Commander Murray and the Squatters'; 'What Is the SSE?'; 'Pertwee Climbs Up the Promotion Ladder'; 'Stranded'; 'Sir Willoughby's Party'; 'The Fleet Initiative Test'; 'CPO Pertwee's Long Service Medal'; The Phenomenal Pertwee Tug'; 'The Security Clampdown'; 'The Anniversary and the Washing'....
Jon Pertwee, Elisabeth Sladen, and Nicholas Courtney join forces once more for a specially written Doctor Who adventure.
Doctor Who: The Paradise of Death was the first Doctor Who drama made specifically for radio. Written for BBC Radio 2 by producer Barry Letts to celebrate the Doctor's 30th anniversary, it stars third Doctor Jon Pertwee, reunited with Sarah Jane and the Brigadier, in a dangerous return to Earth.
Jon Pertwee stars as the Doctor in the original soundtrack of this classic 1970 TV adventure, with linking narration by Caroline John. "The Planet is Ours. It Always Has Been!" On Wenley Moor in Derbyshire, a nuclear energy research centre is suffering mysterious power losses and a series of staff breakdowns. Investigationg on behalf of UNIT, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart calls the Doctor in to help, assisted by the scientist Liz Shaw.
Thirteen episodes of this much-loved BBC radio classic comedy starring Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips and Jon Pertwee. With a starring cast of Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips and Jon Pertwee, ably supported by Richard Caldicot, Heather Chasen, Tenniel Evans and Michael Bates, The Navy Lark remains buoyant after all these years.
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Doctor Who, this release looks back through the radio archives and highlights the wide variety of Doctor Who features and interviews which have been broadcast over the years. Dozens of extracts - many of which have been unheard since their first broadcast - illustrate how the programme has been a national institution, held in fond regard by adults and children alike.
"Celebratory BBC Radio Documentaries"
Seven months after it left the red planet, Mars Probe 7 still hasn't returned to Earth. The Doctor and Liz Shaw join the investigation asa second capsule, Recovery 7, is sent to discover what has happened. But when it returns, something is terribly wrong with its three astronauts... The space-suited figures are kidnapped and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart leads UNIT in a rescue attempt - whilst Liz finds herself at the mercy of dangerous fanatics.
"You Need A Better Medium"
All 20 episodes from the ninth series of this much-loved BBC radio classic comedy starring Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips and Jon Pertwee.
The Navy Lark, one of radio's longest running laughter-makers, kept the nation on the crest of a comic wave from 1959 to 1977.
All 13 episodes of the 14th series of the classic nautical BBC radio comedy series, plus bonus features. This much-loved classic comedy series stars Jon Pertwee, Leslie Phillips and Stephen Murray in 13 episodes of mirth and mayhem, first broadcast in 1973. Duration: seven hours approx.
The TARDIS makes a hazardous return to contemporary Earth, materialising at Gatwick Airport in the path of an oncoming aeroplane! The travellers split up in order to evade airport security, but in doing so they become embroiled in a plot to steal the personalities of young human beings.
"Wouldn't recommend it"
Jon Pertwee, Leslie Phillips, Stephen Murray, and Ronnie Barker star in these four BBC radio episodes. In "Farewell to HMS Varsity ('Drifting Through')", minesweeper HMS Varsity is towed on its final trip to the breakers' yard - along with some unsuspecting passengers.... In "The Army Lark ('Blowing Themselves Up')", Troutbridge must take an army platoon to detonate explosives on a Belgian beach, but Phillips has trouble finding Belgium. Plus two more uproarious episodes.
18 episodes from the tenth series of this much-loved BBC radio classic comedy starring Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips and Jon Pertwee. With a starring cast of Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips and Jon Pertwee, ably supported by Richard Caldicot, Heather Chasen, Tenniel Evans and Michael Bates, The Navy Lark remains buoyant after all these years.
The TARDIS arrives on the storm-lashed planet of Peladon, just as it is being assessed for its suitability to join the Galactic Federation. Mistaken for Federation delegates from Earth, the Doctor and Jo become involved in a series of dramatic events at the conference. King Peladon's Chancellor has died in mysterious circumstances, and his High Priest is vehemently opposed to the Federation's advances.
"Doctor Who: The Curse of Peladon"
Twelve episodes of this much-loved BBC radio classic comedy starring Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips and Jon Pertwee. All 10 episodes of Series 12 are joined by two previously unpublished episodes from Series 3. Also included is a PDF booklet containing a detailed history of the development of this series of The Navy Lark, cast biographies and a series episode guide.
Jon Pertwee's Doctor encounters ancient reptiles from beneath the sea in the original soundtrack of this classic 1972 TV adventure, with linking narration by Katy Manning. "We shall destroy Mand and reclaim the planet!"
"Long live the Navy Lark!"