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Doctor Who: The Lost Magic

12th Doctor Audio Original
Narrated by: Dan Starkey
Length: 1 hr and 4 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

An original audio story featuring the 12th Doctor, as played on TV by Peter Capaldi.

©2017 BBC Worldwide Ltd. (P)2017 BBC Worldwide Ltd.

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Another good one. Short but involved.

Dan Starkey made this 4.5 star. The Tardis and her HADS *shaking head*. Good times!

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  • McDonald, Pa
  • 02-18-19

Waiting for the next series? Try this!

I am always glad to hear a new Doctor Who audio drama. Some are good, some aren't so good. This one is towards the upper end of the scale. While it's not the best Who story I've heard, it's a good 12th Doctor story. The companions for this one are new to me, so must have picked some others up somewhere along the BBC Audio timeline. The Doctor, grumpy as always in this Incarnation, has his hands full this time as he is branded a stowaway on an old seafarer's ship. Add in the TARDIS deciding to run off and hide, and you'll find a nice story to fill in the time waiting for the BBC to bring out the next series. As a bonus, some past Incarnations make an appearance in this one! Dan Starkey has a wonderful grasp of the Doctor, and his impersonation of 12 is really very good. It's hard to sound like some of the earlier Doctors, but Starkey manages quite nicely.