• Zygons

  • Homeland
  • By: Paul Dearing
  • Narrated by: John Albasiny
  • Length: 1 hr and 5 mins
  • Original Recording
  • Release date: 01-14-13
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: BBV

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Publisher's Summary

"Listen to me. All of you. There is no escape!" From suspicious activities in an English stately home to the rainforests of Colombia - the UN Military and their scientific advisor Guy Dean are on the trail of a global conspiracy - one that threatens the destruction of civilisation. The Zygons have returned to Earth and this time they will give no quarter in their search for a new homeland.

Written by Paul Dearing. Directed by Nicholas Briggs. Produced by Bill Baggs. Featuring: John Albasiny (Guy Dean) Andrew Fettes (The Colonel) Kirsty Yates (Julie) Nicholas Briggs (The Captain) Daniel Gabriele (Andrew Molton) Susan Travers (Morag) Kenneth J. Bentley (James); Arthur Wallis, David Sax (Zygons).

©1999 BBV (P)1999 BBV

Critic Reviews

“With so many various audio ranges now available to the public from various companies, one might be tempted to groan inwardly at the advent of yet another new series. Fortunately BBV have managed to avoid this, by having a reputation of producing solid, strong videos featuring "monsters" from Doctor Who (notably Auton and Auton 2: Sentinel). By capitalising on their reputation, and continuing the series on audio featuring other races was an inspired move, and with Zygons: Homeland it shows. Building on their potential, as already formidable foes, makes this sound even better, especially as they are vocally recreated authentically. What makes Homeland really special, however are the characters, they come across as being normal people and are played as such, especially the character of Guy Dean. In fact the characters almost overshadow the plot at times, which is basically just an invasion of Earth type story. With characters you can relate to, suitably fitting incidental music and a straightforward plot, Zygons: Homeland is an audio adventure you can listen to repeatedly, and still find something new to enjoy." (Stuart Gutteridge)

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