The Lost Stories: adventures that were originally written for the Doctor Who television series but never made. Now available to hear for the first time.... Deep space in the distant future, and Captain Greeg and his crew are hunting mile-long Space Whales on a vast harvesting ship. By pure accident, they also capture the Tardis. The Doctor and Peri must use all their wits to survive. But what is the creature running loose in the ship's bowels? And can the Doctor save Megaptera before its song is extinguished forever?
The Lost Stories: adventures that were originally written for the Doctor Who television series but never made. Now available to hear for the first time.... No one lives to old age in the village. When their Time is come, they are taken and never seen again. That is The Way. And, should anyone try to break with the established order of things, then the fury of Herne the Hunter is unleashed....
Ares One: NASA's first manned mission to the dead planet Mars. But is Mars as dead as it seems? While the NASA team investigate an 'anomaly' on the planet's surface, the Doctor and Peri find themselves inside a strange alien building. What is its purpose? And what is frozen inside the blocks of ice that guard the doorways? If the Doctor has a sense of deja vu, it's because he's about to meet some old adversaries as well as some new ones.... Written by: Justin Richards. Directed by: Gary Russell.
"The Red Planet."
On the Isle of Wight, a colony of survivors wakes to a world plunged into darkness. Before long, the triffids, thought safely out of the way on the mainland, attack.... In John Wyndham’s classic best seller The Day of the Triffids the world has been overwhelmed by killer plants. As the novel ends, Wyndham’s narrator scientist Bill Masen is escaping, with his wife and four-year-old son, to the Isle of Wight where a small colony of survivors is holding out. Simon Clark’s sequel picks up the story 25 years on.
'The Lost Stories': Adventures that were originally written for the Doctor Who television series but never made. Now available to hear for the first time.... The 16th century. Playwright Kit Marlowe is attempting to write Doctor Faustus when a darkness descends on his life, in the cadaverous form of a Spaniard called Velez. The monstrosity is in search of a stone blade that was brought from South America....
The Lost Stories: adventures that were originally written for the Doctor Who television series but never made. Now available to hear for the first time.... The Doctor and Peri have been on holiday, visiting old friend Reverend Foxwell in the sleepy English village of Hollowdean. But why are their memories so hazy? Piecing together events, they recall a mysterious chauffeur who is not what he seems and Foxwell's experiments that could alter the nature of reality.
Join transtemporal adventuress Iris Wildthyme (Katy Manning) for a series of eight brand-new half-hour episodes as she travels through time and space aboard her trusty double-decker bus, accompanied by her new friend, Captain Turner!
The Doctor and Peri find themselves in the Museum of Aural Antiquities, where every sound is stored for posterity - from the speeches of Visteen Krane to security service wiretaps and interrogation tapes. But they also find an intruder, mysteriously changed recordings, and a dead body. Before long the Doctor realises that there is more going on than a simple break-in or murder. How can he defeat a creature that is made of pure sound? Written by Justin Richards. Directed by Gary Russell.
The Lost Stories: adventures that were originally written for the Doctor Who television series but never made. Now available to hear for the first time. The Doctor and Peri visit the planet Targos Delta to check in on old friend Professor Albrecht Thompson, only to discover that he has vanished. He was last sighted taking a shuttle to the holiday resort of Paradise 5, then never seen again. The Doctor's curiosity is piqued.
The Tardis materialises on the USS Eldridge after the Philadelphia Experiment has gone disastrously wrong. Most of the crew are dead, the ship is disintegrating and the Doctor soon realizes that the problem comes from another dimension.... As they attempt to find a way to get the ship home, the Doctor and Peri visit the distant planet Capron and meet its tyrannical ruler, Osloo. But the search for a possible solution only creates increasingly dire problems. Osloo's horizons have been widened - and space and time are hers for the taking....
The Lost Stories: adventures that were originally written for the Doctor Who television series but never made. Now available to hear for the first time.... The Doctor and Peri face enemies at every turn on the planet Magnus. There's the Time Lord bully Anzor, who made the Doctor's life hell during his time at the Academy. There's also Rana Zandusia, the matriarchal ruler of the planet, who seeks to prise the secret of time travel from these alien visitors.
The Lost Stories: adventures that were originally written for the Doctor Who television series but never made. Now available to hear for the first time... The Tardis has been drawn to Blackpool in the year 1985, where the Doctor intends to investigate a dangerous space/time vortex...while enjoying some local attractions along the way. But an old enemy is watching from his base deep within the amusement park, a timeless being who craves revenge.
In the depths of space a little-known district harbours a terrible secret. Long known as a place of death, it claims thousands more lives as a great corporate space fleet goes to war. As the fleet screams out in fear and pain, an irresistible voice calls out to three travelers, and a macabre mind sets a deadly trap. The Doctor, Peri and Erimem face the terrors of Talderun and the wrath of a corporate empire as they struggle to understand the hideous secret of the domain of the dead, a district known in legend as Nekromanteia.
Responding to a desperate summons from the Doctor's future self, he and Peri find themselves on a sailing ship in 1492, where the crewmen are gripped by superstitious fear. They say the Devil walks among them, stalking and striking them down. Even though they have landed in paradise, they fear that 'El Diablo' himself will drag them over the edge of the world and into the depths of Hell.
Fourteen-hundred BC. Egypt is in mourning. Pharaoh, the great God-King, is dead. The future of the Two Kingdoms of Egypt is shrouded in uncertainty as the Council of Priests debates the claim to the throne of Pharaoh's only heir. Out in the deserts around Thebes, Egypt's capital, a warlord chief is assembling an army of mercenaries, waiting for just the right moment to strike at Egypt's heart. But not all of Egypt's enemies are outside the city.
A Christmas gift for fans of the Dream Series...Just in time for the holidays - spend your vacation with Betty and Howard Barnes as they go on a "dream" European trip. You'll see a whole new side to two of the unsung heroes of the Dream Series in this fun and lighthearted romantic adventure...
"A Christmas Present from the Author"
A conference of lexicographers: bromides in tweed. But the leading expert in the field is found dead by her own hand - and by her hologlyphic assistant. Is he responsible? Does the death fit any conventional definitions? Can the Doctor deduce who wrote the suicide note and why, exactly, it was riddled with spelling errors? Peri should help out, but there's a guy. Someone who loves language even more than the Doctor. Maybe, she realises, enough to kill for.
Sometimes being a time-travelling adventurer just isn't easy. For a start there's a temperamental TARDIS that lands a few thousand years off course in 17th-century Paris. But why shouldn't the Doctor, Peri and their travelling guest, Erimem, take a look around the city on the morning of King Louis' annual State Ball? As Peri becomes embroiled in a plot to kill Queen Anne and smash the unity of the Church and the Crown, the Doctor finds himself duelling musketeers on the streets.
"Dear Mervyn. If you want to prevent a murder, then you must attend the recording at the Sounderama studios on Thursday. Signed: a friend." Vixens from the Void is back! After twenty-five years, the popular leather-clad astro-erotic sci-fi television show is returning! Well, sort of. Actually, some devoted Vixens fans have got the licence to do some audios featuring the original cast, and they've invited Mervyn Stone to write an episode. But that's not the only thing he's been invited to do.
'My curse...to be the greatest painter who ever lived! And yet to never be able to see them for myself!' The year is 1893, and struggling artist Charles Delaware Tate works alone in a garret in New York City. Frustrated by his lack of artistic genius, he seems doomed to a life of misery and failure. And then he meets Eloise Verinder...and his whole world changes.