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    September 20th, 2017 - 9:24am

    Mark Strickson as reader would be cool (his reading of The King’s Demons was excellent). Though I wouldn’t mind David Collings, who played Mawdryn. His reading of Corpse Marker was also excellent.
    Either way Mawdryn Undead is a grossly underrated story and the Target telling (from memory) was pretty good so looking forward to this one.

  • Classic Who All The Way

    September 18th, 2017 - 8:49pm

    Looking forward to this immensely – but May 2018 … Long time to wait!

    Great story, made special by the role of B-LS.

    • Kieran

      September 19th, 2017 - 12:01am

      Mawdryn Undead is a great story on TV though I haven’t actually read the Target Novel for it, it should be really interesting to see how it turns out, I wonder who will be doing the narration I really hope it will be Mark Strickson because he’s a great voice actor.

    • Classic Who All The Way

      September 19th, 2017 - 10:06pm

      The Target book of MU for me was immensely enjoyable and one I couldn’t put down. When I read it, I’d not seen the story since TX in 1983 so about 11 years – the pictures in my minds eye brought it all back.

      I agree, if Mark Strickson voices it, we shall have been treated indeed.

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