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Launching a new range of Classic Radio Sci-Fi releases, this six-part BBC radio drama stars none other than Peter Cushing and Vincent Prince, who between them became two of the most famous horror film stars of the 1950s and 1960s.

Aliens in the Mind is based on a story by the then-foremost Doctor Who script editor Robert Holmes. It centres around the discovery, on a remote Scottish island, of a community of 'human mutants' capable of telepathy. A plan is in place to use them to control the British Government, and friends Curtis Lark (Vincent Price) and Hugh Baxter (Peter Cushing) join forces to combat them.

This renowned production from 1976 is sure to delight fans of science fiction, archive radio, horror films and Doctor Who.
©2006 BBC Audiobooks Ltd; (P)2006 BBC Audiobooks Ltd

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  • Supreme Commander
  • 02-13-15

Brilliant.

So glad to see this on Audible. Heard it on BBC4x and fell in love with it. Great story, great characters, radiophonic workshop at its best. Brilliant!

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  • 04-23-07

A horror fans dream come true

Masters of horror Vincent Price and Peter Cushing lend their unmistakeable voices to a rather kitsch and typically BBC story about mind control. Our heroes risk their lives to save the world from the diabolical scottish accents of the supporting cast. It's Fun with a capital F, just don't take it too seriously.