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July 28th, 2017 2 comments

Doctor Who and the Robots of Death Audio CD

Available to order from www.amazon.co.uk

Louise Jameson reads this suspenseful novelisation of a Fourth Doctor adventure. On a desert planet the giant sandminer crawls through the howling sandstorms, harvesting the valuable minerals in the sand. Inside, the humans relax in luxury, while most of the work is done by the robots who serve them.

Then the Doctor and Leela arrive – and the mysterious deaths begin. First suspects, then hunted victims, Leela and the Doctor must find the hidden killer – or join the other victims of the Robots of Death. Reader Louise Jameson played Leela in the BBC TV series. Duration: 3 hours 30 mins approx


Categorised under: Audio stories, CD

2 comments

  • Prof Horner

    July 31st, 2017 - 10:36am

    This is a very poor novel. I really hoped that they would get the original writer to do a new version like the David Fisher ones.

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  • bryan

    June 15th, 2017 - 3:12pm

    I do hope we get a different reader to Jon Culshaw. Not that Jon is bad, far fro it, just would be nice to vary to the 4th doctor readers,Bar Louise, this year have all been Jon for the 4th Dr.There is a brilliant reading of Genesis of the Daleks, read by Terry Molly(Davros) for RNIB. But you need to be a member or know a friend who is.

    Now this would be lovley read by , ;David Collings, who did a superb job on corpse marker, or Pamela Salem, who played Toos, and currently does fantastic work for Big Finish.

    any way. whhooo hooo, at last ROBOTS OF DEATH comes to the target book readings.

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