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What if you'd committed a truly dreadful crime but couldn't remember? The Doctor takes Peri to the Memory Farm - a state of the art space station where hidden memories can be harvested and analysed. To their surprise, they find the station in lock-down and all its resources dedicated to probing the memories of an elderly man. Garius Moro may, or may not, have been responsible for the deaths of billions of people many years ago, but he simply can't remember. The assembled representatives of two opposing factions, each with their own agenda, anxiously wait for the truth to be unlocked from Moro's mind. But when a memory does eventually surface, everyone is surprised to learn that it is of Peri. CAST: Colin Baker (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri), Joseph Mydell (Garius Moro), Diane Keen (Varish), Charlotte Strevens (Naras), Caleb Frederick (Offram), Sean Connolly (Kennedy), Steven Wickham (Grisk / Venorg), John Green (Otwoe). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Four new stories featuring the Sixth Doctor and Peri Brown: 1.1 The Headless Ones by James Parsons and Andrew Stirling-Brown. When a distress call from an unknown source threatens to rip the TARDIS from the vortex, the Doctor and Peri arrive in nineteenth-century Africa hoping to find the cause of the disturbance. Instead, they meet a British expedition searching for a long lost tribe: the B'lemyae... better known to the locals as the Headless Ones. 1.2 Like by Jacqueline Rayner. On the Earth colony world Rusina, the populace strive to be popular. Likes lead to promotions, dislikes leads to demotion - and more recently, something worse. So when the Doctor investigates the truth behind their subscriber-led society, he finds himself about to become very unpopular indeed. 1.3 The Vanity Trap by Stuart Manning. Myrna Kendal used to be a Hollywood film star. Now she spends her life reminiscing on chat shows but there is always one unfinished film she refuses to talk about... at least until the TARDIS interrupts a TV interview, and the Doctor and Peri's appearance stirs up long-forgotten memories. 1.4 Conflict Theory by Nev Fountain. Concerned by the Doctor's increasing over-protectiveness, Peri presents him with an ultimatum: either they seek counselling or she leaves the TARDIS permanently. Reluctant to lose one of his closest friends, the Doctor seeks out one of the finest psychoanalysts in the universe: Dr Sigmund Freud. Cast: Colin Baker (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri Brown), Vivienne Acheampong (Siyanda), Rachel Atkins (Governor Crompton), Rosie Baker (Carolyn Sue), Timothy Blore (Sandis-Fernis), Stephen Critchlow (Jimmy Garfield), Amelia Donkor (Hoffman), Sarah Douglas (Myrna Kendal), Ryan Forde Iosco (Dr Karp), Raj Ghatak (The Complex), Eilidh Loan (Marconi), Deirdre Mullins (Amanda Latimer), George Naylor (Dodo), Javone Prince (Kaylin), Lucy Robinson (Christie), David Sibley (Dr Freud), Hugh Skinner (Lord Oliver Erpingham). Other parts played by members of the cast.
The Doctor (Colin Baker) is suffering from some post-regenerative trauma, and, after trying to strangle companion Peri, takes off to a deserted asteroid to become a hermit. There he discovers a plot by the Gastropod Mestor to kidnap two mathematically brilliant twins and shift some planets around in order to release more of his slimy ilk. Obviously he has to be stopped, but is the Doctor up to it? Colin Baker's first outing as the Doctor.
With the TARDIS working perfectly, the Doctor and Peri decide to take a holiday. But where? A long-forgotten piece of equipment in the TARDIS storage locker sends them to the peaceful and idyllic continent of Tranquela - home of the Doctor's old friend Ravlos. But the land where they emerge is far from peaceful. A hate ray is regularly sweeping Tranquela, turning its inhabitants into savage beasts, and there is only one place it can originate - the planet's other continent, home of Tranquela's old enemies, the Amelierans. Or is that the only place? Because somewhere far above the planet events are watched by the slimy super-salesman, Mordant, who has his own unscrupulous plans. CAST: Colin Baker (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri Brown), Guy Burgess (Escoval), Kim Durham (Abatan), Jack Forsyth-Noble (Locas), Jack Myers (Shankel), Paul Panting (Ravlos), Robin Sebastian (Mordant), Issy Van Randwyck (Koreelya). Other parts played by members of the cast.
On the planet Omnia, a young man leads the Doctor and Peri through the battle-scarred ruins of a city. Among the rubble he shows them proof that their invaders and new masters, thought to be invincible, can be defeated. The proof is the blasted, burnt-out remains of a Dalek. But this is a Dalek-occupied world like few others. For one thing,there are few Daleks to be seen. And for another,the Daleks have appointed an Omnian, Magister Carmen Rega, to govern the planet as their emissary. Why are the Daleks not present in force? And can the Doctor and Peri risk helping the Omnians, when the least show of resistance will be met with devastating reprisals from space? CAST: Colin Baker (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri),Saskia Reeves (Carmen Rega),William Ellis (Aldo Rega), Bruce Alexander (Hingus), Natasha Karp (Shayna/Tasha), Ray Cezan (Kalib/Scientist), John Rayment (Gordus), Richard Keith (Watcher/Operative), Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks). Other parts played by members of the cast.
The world is at war, and Harry Houdini wants to fight for his adoptive country. He might get the chance, when an old friend crashes his New York show.The Doctor is on the trail of a Central Powers spy ring, which has somehow acquired unearthly technology . But he is also keeping a dangerous secret. Finding himself on the run behind enemy lines, the world's greatest escape artist has to work out who he can trust - and fast. CAST: Colin Baker (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri), John Schwab (Harry Houdini), Fiona Bruce (Mrs Helen Smith/Hartmann), Mark Elstob (Oberst Brandt/Reynolds), Glen McCready (Professor Winter). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Another adventure for everyone's favourite Time Lord. The Doctor (Colin Baker) and Peri arrive in the north of England during the Luddite uprisings, and discover that brilliant but amoral Time Lord the Rani is stealing the chemical which promotes sleep from the mine workers' brains. The Master is also in town, planning to use the disruptive Luddites to deprive the Doctor of his TARDIS and destroy him once and for all.
Another adventure for everyone's favourite Time Lord. The TARDIS is low on Zyton 7, and the only planet with the ore available is Varos. Upon landing, the Doctor (Colin Baker) and Peri discover a society addicted to real life TV violence, ruled by a corrupt regime. They have to help the rebel Jondar and thwart the Thoros Betan delegate, Sil, in his attempts to obtain the Zyton for his own conglomerate.
Three digitally remastered Doctor Who episodes from the 1970s, '80s and '90s. In 'The Talons of Weng-Chiang' (1977), the Doctor (Tom Baker) and Leela (Louise Jamison) arrive in Victorian London to find that galactic war criminal Magnus Greel has created giant rats in the sewers and is sucking the life essence from young girls to sustain him in his search for his time cabinet. Aided by Professor Litefoot and music hall proprietor Henry Jago, the Doctor must stop Greel (masquerading as the Chinese god Weng Chiang) and his servants Li H'sen Chang and killer doll Mr Sin. 'The Caves of Androzani' (1984) represents the final outing for the fifth incarnation of everyone's favourite Time Lord. The Doctor (Peter Davison) and Peri (Nicola Bryant) become embroiled in an underground war of gun running and drug smuggling shortly after landing on the planet Androzani Minor. Apprehended by the military, they are rescued from execution by the brilliant but horribly disfigured criminal, Sharaz Jek, whose infatuation with Peri looks set to be cut short when he discovers that both she and the Doctor have contracted the deadly disease Spectrox Toxaemia. The only possible cure is the milk of the queen bat, which dwells in the caves currently being roamed by the killer Magma Creature... In 'Doctor Who: The Movie' (1996), the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) crashlands the TARDIS on Earth in end-of-century San Francisco while en route to return the Master's remains to their home planet of Gallifrey. Gunned down by a street gang, the Doctor is rushed to hospital, where exploratory surgery by Doctor Grace Holloway (Daphne Ashbrook) triggers a regeneration. The Master has meanwhile taken over the body of a paramedic and infiltrated the Doctor's TARDIS, which he plans to use in his latest scheme to take over the Doctor's new body and destroy the world. Filmed as the pilot for a revived 'Doctor Who' series - tailored to the American market - which subsequently failed to materialise, this feature-length adventure introduces Paul McGann as the renegade Time Lord.
The Doctor (Patrick Troughton) and Jamie arrive at space station J7 to ask the Doctor's old friend Dastari to cease his experiments in time travel. The station is invaded, and when Doctor number 6 (Colin Baker) and Peri arrive, they find a shell-shocked Jamie claiming that the Doctor has been killed. It is in fact all part of a Sontaran plot to discover the secrets of time travel, which necessitates a trip to Seville to rescue the earlier incarnation of the Time Lord. Patrick Troughton's last appearance as the Doctor.
The longest 'Doctor Who' story ever. The Doctor (Colin Baker) is put on trial by his people the Time Lords for interference in the affairs of others; three segments of his past and future are presented as evidence. 'The Mysterious Planet' shows the Doctor and Peri (Nicola Bryant) in a battle with a megalomaniac machine on the planet Ravalox, but what are the mysterious 'secrets' it protects? 'Mindwarp' shows the Doctor apparently betraying Peri to the vile Sil (Nabil Shaban) and the Mentors - can the Matrix be falsifying the evidence against the Doctor? In his defence he presents 'Terror of the Vervoids', a future story where the Earth is threatened by evil plant life forms. In the final two episodes, 'The Ultimate Foe', the Doctor learns the truth about his prosecuting counsel, the Valeyard (Michael Jayston), and has to enter the Matrix to battle for his remaining lives. This was Colin Baker's last story as the Doctor.
All four classic Doctor Who stories featuring the alien species, the Sontarans, who first appeared in the 1973 story, 'The Time Warrior'. The Sontarans are a self -cloning race who live in a militaristic society in the 'southern spiral arm of the galaxy'. Humanoid in appearance, with a squat build and distinctive dome-shaped heads, they are far stronger than mere humans and possess an unquenchable thirst for war. The other stories in this set are 'The Invasion of Time' (1977), 'The Two Doctors' (1984) and 'The Sontaran Experiment' (1975).
Double episode Doctor Who adventure set on the planet Karfel and in nineteenth century Scotland. The Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) and Peri, accompanied by a young man named Herbert, become entangled with the machinations of the despotic Borad. Planet Karfel consists of a small population ruled by a despotic, Wizard of Oz-like autocrat called The Borad. The Borad has never been seen in the flesh - only by means of closed-circuit television monitors wherein he appears a somber, upright old man. His rule of fear is enforced rigidly by an army of androids who destroy all dissent in a blink via the Timelash - an instant and irreversible exile to another, presumably horrific dimension. One member of the grand counsel immediately below The Borad, (called the Maylin) is less than happy with The Borad and seeks 'regime change' at any cost. A race of former allies called The Bandril sees weakness and opportunity in The Borad's semi-visible ruling methods and is set to invade. It is into this volatile situation that the Tardis materializes and our favourite time travelers are cast.
'Recorded Time and Other Stories' contains four new adventures in time and space for the Sixth Doctor.
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.
The Doctor and Peri face enemies at every turn on Magnus: the Time Lord bully Anzor, the matriarchal ruler Rana Zandusia, and Sil, bitter from defeat on Varos. And, deep within the planet, there is something else. The future is looking decidedly colder...
1872. After finding a strange signalling device on the moon, the Doctor and Peri travel to the depths of the English countryside to track down the source of its transmissions. But they're not the first aliens to arrive on the scene.
It's been many years since Victoria Waterfield travelled through time and space fighting monsters and dictators. Now she's back on Earth fighting for the future of the planet. But are her environmental campaigns so far removed from those adventures in the vortex?
Two episodes of the classic sci-fi series featuring the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison, and the shape-changing android Kamelion. In 'The King's Demons' (1983), the renegade Time Lord forces Kamelion (Gerald Flood) to pose as King John in 13th century England. 'Planet of Fire' (1983) sees the Doctor (Davison) and Turlough (Mark Strickson) arriving in Lanzarote on Earth to investigate the transmission of an unusual signal that turns out to be emanating from a mysterious alien artefact.
The Mind's Eye: On a planet with no name, the Doctor struggles with a faulty memory and some killer plants. In a distant galaxy, Erimem leads a troubled empire. And back on Earth, Peri recalls the good old days when she used to travel with a man called The Doctor...
For two decades, from the mid-1960s to the mid-1980s, every fan of the Doctor hoped to find The Doctor Who Annual in their Christmas stocking. Larger than life and twice as colourful, the stories within were exuberant - and often charmingly naive - in their take on 'the children's own programme which adults adore'. Here, for the first time on audio, Peter Purves (Steven), Anneke Wills (Polly), Geoffrey Beevers (the Master), Matthew Waterhouse (Adric) and Nicola Bryant (Peri) read a selection of these colourful and energetic tales. In The Sons of Grekk, the First Doctor is held prisoner in a brutal, otherworldly society. The King of Golden Death finds that the Second Doctor, Polly and Ben have materialised inside an Ancient Egyptian pyramid. The Third Doctor, Jo and the Brigadier confront a familiar adversary in Dark Intruders, whilst in Conundrum the Fourth Doctor, Adric and K9 experience warped physics in the corridors of the TARDIS. FacingThe Penalty, a delirious Fifth Doctor finds old friends and adversaries ganging up on him, and the Sixth Doctor and Peri plunge into a dangerous period of British history in The Real Hereward. Also included are two vintage essays on the character of our favourite Time Lord: Who is Doctor Who? from 1966 and The Phoenix in the TARDIS from 1968. Take a nostalgic journey through time with these vintage Doctor Who tales. Duration: 2 hours 20 mins
Another adventure for the sixth incarnation of the intrepid time traveller. The Doctor (Colin Baker) and Peri arrive on the planet Necros to pay their last respects to deceased agronomist Arthur Stengos. They discover that his final resting place - Tranquil Repose - is in fact a front for a Dalek farm run by the Great Healer, who turns out to be none other than the Doctor's old foe, Davros.
Nicola Bryant reads a brand new story featuring the Sixth Doctor and Peri, set in the far future. The TARDIS lands aboard the Sun God, a vast spaceship carrying executives from a powerful 35th Century energy company. Peri is menaced by deadly cat-like robots, whilst the Doctor discovers that Spalding Revere, the company's founder, has set the ship on course for the heart of a sun. Spalding's last wish is to take his acolytes with him to the afterlife, and unless the Doctor can intervene he and Peri will be going with them. Tensions and in-fighting grow among the staff. Peri meets Brian, whose half-man/half-insect body has a terrible significance to Spalding's plan. As the Sun God continues on its final mission, time is running out for them all... Nicola Bryant, who played Peri in the TV series, reads this original adventure by Nev Fountain, featuring the Sixth Doctor as played on TV by Colin Baker. Reading produced by Neil Gardner Sound design by David Darlington Project Editor: John Ainsworth Executive Producer: Michael Stevens
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