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September 18th, 2017 4 comments

Doctor Who The Mark of the Rani 6th Doctor Audio CD

Available to order from www.amazon.co.uk

Nicola Bryant reads this classic novelisation of a Sixth Doctor TV adventure.

En route to Kew Gardens, the Doctor and Peri arrive in Northern England at the time of the Luddite uprisings. Unknown to them, the TARDIS has been dragged of course by the Master, who plans to pervert the course of history and destroy his arch enemy once and for all.

But also present is the Rani, another exile from Gallifrey, who is conducting her own evil experiments on the humans of the 19th Century. Soon the Doctor discovers that the female of the species is far, far deadlier than the male . . .


Categorised under: Audio stories, CD

4 comments

  • TARDISGuy

    September 20th, 2017 - 9:28am

    Although I admit I have not watched or read The Mark of the Rani in quite some time, I do remember it being enjoyable and being surprised that more people don’t cite it as good. I’m hoping for either Colin Baker or Nicola Bryant as reader (as it is sadly not possible for Kate O’Mara. Wouldn’t that have been amazing!?)

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    • Kieran Smith

      September 20th, 2017 - 5:09pm

      Nicola Bryant will be narrating this audio book which is fantastic news.

  • Kieran

    September 18th, 2017 - 3:46pm

    The Mark of the Rani is one of my all time favourite Sixth Doctor story and the Target Novel for it was such a blast to read, I will most certainly be picking this audio adaptation up.

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    • Classic Who All The Way

      September 18th, 2017 - 8:50pm

      Me too Kieran – this period piece is a joy, even with the baby dinosaur puppet thrown in!

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