Doctor Who: The Underwater Menace

This Doctor Who story, written by Geoffrey Orme, was first broadcast in four episodes in 1967.

This audio version consists of a digitally remastered soundtrack with linking narration provided by Anneke Wills.

The TARDIS arrives on an extinct volcanic island, beneath which lies a fantastic subterranean world inhabited by the primitive Atlanteans. The Doctor and his companions move from the frying pan to fire when they are rescued, from death at the jaws of hungry sharks, by the mad Professor Zaroff – whose plans involve nothing less than the destruction of the whole world. Ben and Jamie are sent to work in the mines, and Polly looks set to be transformed into a water-breathing Fish Person unless the Doctor can intervene. Will the travellers be able to engineer the revolution which is needed to save Earth?

The Underwater Menace can be purchased as a download at

https://mobile.audible.co.uk/pd/Sci-Fi-Fantasy/Doctor-Who-Audiobook/B004F429ZG?s=s

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Doctor Who: The Highlanders

This Doctor Who story, written by Elwyn Jones and Gerry Davis, was first broadcast in four episodes in 1966/1967.

It features the first regular appearance of Frazer Hines as Jamie.

This audio version consists of a digitally remastered soundtrack with linking narration provided by Frazer Hines.

History books don’t always tell the whole story. Certainly there is no record of an episode that occurred when the Scots, led by Bonnie Prince Charlie, were defeated by the English at the battle of Culloden in 1746…And the presence at the time of a blue police box on the Scottish moors seems to have escaped the notice of most eye-witnesses…The Highlanders sets the record straight. And while the incidents described may not be of great interest to historians, for Jamie McCrimmon they mark the beginning of a series of extraordinary adventures.

The Highlanders can be purchased as a download at

https://mobile.audible.co.uk/pd/Film-Radio-TV/Doctor-Who-Audiobook/B004F3X1ZO?s=s

Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks

This Doctor Who story, written by David Whitaker (and an uncredited Dennis Spooner), was first broadcast in six episodes in 1966.

It features the first regular appearance of Patrick Troughton as the Doctor.

This audio version consists of a digitally remastered soundtrack with linking narration provided by Anneke Wills.

Landing on the planet Vulcan in 2020AD the Doctor, Polly and Ben are horrified to find two inanimate Daleks. They are even more alarmed when they discover that the colonists plan to reactivate the Daleks and use them as their slaves.

The Power of the Daleks can be purchased as a download at

https://mobile.audible.co.uk/pd/Film-Radio-TV/Doctor-Who-Audiobook/B004F3YNY2?s=s

Doctor Who: The Tenth Planet

This Doctor Who story, written by Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis, was first broadcast in four episodes in 1966.

It features the last regular appearance of William Hartnell as the Doctor and the first appearance of the Cybermen.

This audio version consists of a digitally remastered soundtrack with linking narration provided by Anneke Wills.

The year is 1986, and at the South Pole the crew of the Snowcap Base have detected a new planet on their radar. The arrival of the Doctor, Ben and Polly at the Base coincides with another landing – that of a spaceship whose humaoid passengers have used cybernetics to replace their limbs and vital organs. Battling alongside the humans to save their planet, the Doctor appears to weaken and age before the eyes of his companions.

The Tenth Planet can be purchased as a download at

https://mobile.audible.co.uk/pd/Film-Radio-TV/Doctor-Who-Audiobook/B004F402UA?s=s

Doctor Who: The Smugglers

This Doctor Who story, written by Brain Hayles, was first broadcast in four episodes in 1966.

This audio version consists of a digitally remastered soundtrack with linking narration provided by Anneke Wills.

The TARDIS materializes on a wild and remote part of the 17th-century Cornish coast, where pirates search for treasure while smugglers try to sell contraband. The Doctor unwittingly receives a clue to the treasure’s whereabouts from the churchwarden. Now the pirates are after the Doctor.

The Smugglers can be purchased as a download from

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Doctor Who: The Daleks’ Master Plan

This Doctor Who story, written by Terry Nation and Dennis Spooner, was first broadcast in twelve episodes in 1965/1966.

This audio version consists of a digitally remastered soundtrack with linking narration provided by Peter Purves.

The TARDIS arrives on the planet Kembel, and the Doctor leaves the TARDIS to try to find medical aid for the wounded Steven, leaving him with the Trojan servant girl Katarina. Meanwhile, a Space Agent, Bret Vyon is also on the planet trying to find out what happened to Agent Marc Cory. After a less-than-amicable meeting with the TARDIS travellers in which he holds them at gunpoint and demands to be taken away from the planet, Vyon cures Steven and agrees to work with them to escape and warn Earth of the massive Dalek-led alliance that is amassing on the planet.

The Daleks’ Master Plan can be purchased as a download from

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This release also includes the single episode ‘prologue’ Mission to the Unknown.

Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric

This Doctor Who story, written by Ian Briggs, was first broadcast in four episodes in 1989.

The Doctor and Ace arrive at a British naval installation near Maiden’s Point on the Northumbrian coast during World War II. Befriending the base personnel, they learn that the base, run by Commander Millington, is being used as a listening post to intercept and translate German coded messages using the ULTIMA supercomputer, and to stockpile a supply of a lethal nerve gas. Meanwhile, wheelchair-bound Dr. Judson has also been using ULTIMA to help decipher Viking runes found in catacombs beneath the base, warning of a being called Fenric, which has attracted Millington’s attention believing he can gain Fenric’s power. Outside the base, the Doctor and Ace discover a covert squad of Soviet commandos, led by Captain Sorin, who are seeking to capture ULTIMA for themselves; the Doctor warns them to stay low, while Ace and Sorin become smitten with each other.

The Curse of Fenric is available on DVD.