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April 1st, 2015 4 comments

Doctor Who and the Ark in Space Audio CD

Available to order from www.amazon.co.uk

Jon Culshaw reads this classic novelisation of a 1975 TV adventure featuring the Fourth Doctor. At a time in the far-off future, Earth has become uninhabitable. A selection of Humanity is placed, deep-frozen, in a fully automated space station, to await the day of their return to Earth.

Thousands of years later, the Doctor arrives. He finds things going suspiciously wrong, and the station under attack from the giant Wirrn, deadly creatures who, in their lust for power, now threaten the future of the whole Human Race…

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Categorised under: Audio stories, CD

4 comments

  • Davey Jay

    April 1st, 2015 - 9:13pm

    He’s a serious Who fan so he won’t send it up. More concerned with the price, these audio books are so expensive now

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  • VespiformsSting

    April 1st, 2015 - 2:30pm

    I’m astounded I think his Baker impression is excellent ……certainly seems to fool the people he rings putting the voice on……

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  • The Foretold

    April 1st, 2015 - 12:23pm

    I must confess, I have always found his Tom Baker impressions to be quite poor. It worked with Dead Ringers and the like, but I can’t imagine it being a success with an official piece of Doctor Who merchandise.

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  • VespiformsSting

    April 1st, 2015 - 10:05am

    Isnt this the guy renowned for his Baker impressions ?? If so might be worth a listen….

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