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All 12 episodes of the Black Guardian trilogy from the twentieth season of the long-running sci-fi series. On discovering public schoolboy Turlough lost aboard an apparently abandoned cruiser in space, the Doctor (Peter Davison) transports to Earth in 1983, only to meet up with his old friend friend and UNIT colleague, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, who has apparently lost all memory of him. Back in 1977, Tegan and Nyssa meet the younger Brigadier and a disfigured alien they believe could be a regenerating Doctor. However, it turns out that this is all in fact part of a plot to destroy the Doctor by the Black Guardian, who has made a deal with Turlough to grant him transportation away from Earth if he kills the Doctor. Episodes are: 'Mawdryn Undead (Parts 1-4)', 'Terminus (Parts 1-4)' and 'Enlightenment (Parts 1-4)'.
Another adventure for everyone's favourite Time Lord. Landing on Earth in the 22nd century, the Doctor (Peter Davison), Adric, Nyssa and Tegan help to defuse a subterranean bomb being operated from space. The bomb's operators are tracked to a star freighter where they are revealed to be none other than the Cybermen. The Doctor has to prevent the Cybermen from destroying the Earth, and is caught in a race against time to save Adric's life.
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 Fourth Doctor departs, the Fifth arrives and the Master returns in these three classic 1980s adventures!
Two adventures from the early 1980s with Peter Davison starring as the Time Lord. In 'Kinda' (1982), the Doctor (Davison), Tegan (Janet Fielding), Adric (Matthew Waterhouse) and Nyssa (Sarah Sutton) land on paradisical Deva Loka, for rest and recuperation. However, the military expediton on the planet has lost several crew members, and the Doctor and Adric are taken hostage by the near hysterical Hindle. Meanwhile, Tegan's dreams have provided the gateway to an ancient evil, the snake-like Mara. The Doctor must prevent the Mara from taking over the Kinda and destroying the expedition, as the wheel of creation begins to turn. In 'Snakedance' (1983), a loose sequel to 'Kinda', Tegan must have made a mistake when she was setting the co-ordinates for the TARDIS, because the Doctor certainly hadn't intended landing on Manussa. When the Doctor learns that Manussa was once the home of the Sumaran Empire, he realises that an evil force has begun to take over Tegan's will. This force, the Mara, is planning to use Tegan as a vehicle to retake power on Manussa. Just as the celebrations to commemorate the destruction of the Sumaran Empire by the Federation are about to take place, the Legend of Mara is about to come true.
David Collings reads this dynamic classic novelisation of a Fifth Doctor TV adventure "This range of classic Target audiobooks continues to go from strength to strength..." Doctor Who Magazine Materialising to avoid a head-on collision in space, the TARDIS becomes trapped on board an eerily deserted alien spacecraft. The Doctor transmats to Earth to solve the problem - yet when the TARDIS follows on, Tegan and Nyssa find that they have arrived five years too early. While the Doctor enjoys a reunion with Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart in 1983, in 1977 his companions are confronted by a hideously deformed figure who claims to be the Doctor. Unsure whether or not this is their friend, Tegan and Nyssa must choose whether to answer his desperate pleas for help. Meanwhile, schoolboy Turlough has an encounter with a mysterious stranger who's determined to wreak revenge upon the Doctor. This is the Black Guardian, and Turlough is to do his bidding... David Collings, who has appeared in several Doctor Who TV serials, reads Peter Grimwade's complete and unabridged novelisation, first published by Target Books in 1983. Running time: 3 hours 50 mins. (P) BBC Worldwide 2018 (c) BBC Worldwide 2018 Cover design by Lee Johnson Based on the BBC television serial Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead by Peter Grimwade Novelisation copyright (c) Peter Grimwade 1983 Original script copyright (c) Peter Grimwade 1983 Reading produced by Neil Gardner Recorded at Ladbroke Audio Ltd Sound design by Simon Power for Meon Productions - www.meonsound.com Executive producer: Michael Stevens TARDIS sound effect composed by Brian Hodgson Cover illustration by Lee Johnson Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead first published by Target Books 1983
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