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Doctor Who - The Spectre of Lanyon Moor

Length: 2 hrs and 12 mins
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In a desolate Cornish landscape littered with relics of prehistoric man, the Doctor and Evelyn uncover a catalogue of mysteries. What is the secret of the fog? Can the moor be haunted by a demonic host of imps? And what is Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart doing in Pengriffen?

Teaming up with his old friend, the Doctor realises that an ancient conflict is nearing its conclusion - and Lanyon Moor is set to be the final battleground.

Written and directed by Nicholas Pegg.

©2000 Big Finish Productions (P)2000 Big Finish Productions

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All this, and Alastair too

It’s a pleasure to see how audio has given a new lease on life to the sixth Doctor. Colin Baker’s Doctor remains abrasive and sometimes downright rude, but he is also passionately concerned about the inhabitants of earth. Great and sometimes terrifying sound effects; plus the Brig!

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  • 03-28-19

Enjoyable

Wonderful to have the Brigadier back. Just to be able to listening to Nicholas Courtney giving a superb performance as the never able to retire Brigadier in a story were his character is allowed to be seen for it's true merit. The Doctor and his companion are so well acted, the story flows nicely and the supporting cast are all good. wish there were more like this!

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