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May 26th, 2016 5 comments

Doctor Who Tales from the TARDIS: Volume 1 Audio CD

Available to order from www.amazon.co.uk

Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison and Colin Baker are among the readers of these 12 stories from the worlds of Doctor Who.

The Curse of Peladon is read by Jon Pertwee; Kinda is read by Peter Davison; Attack of the Cybermen is read by Colin Baker; Out of the Darkness (three short stories) is read by Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant; and Short Trips (six short stories) is read by Nicholas Courtney and Sophie Aldred. With original music.

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Categorised under: Audio stories, CD

5 comments

  • IB

    October 17th, 2016 - 8:58pm

    I am a completist. Always wanted this on regular CD along with Vol 2.
    I have been so frustrated with not getting this before. I had the stories on tape originally.
    Not sure why we have been waiting all this time.
    Why, when there is a market for these stories do we have to wait, message the people behind the stories or not get them on regular CD.
    It will be great to listen to these again, thank you for finally releasing them.

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  • Al

    June 13th, 2016 - 8:50pm

    Glad to see this getting a proper CD release, even if we had to wait 12 years for it.

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  • WowWHO

    May 28th, 2016 - 7:00pm

    Hope Volume 2 gets a re-release and this time as a CD set and not an mp3 release. Exciting news!

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  • Anonymous

    May 26th, 2016 - 10:10am

    Volume 2 is better with some exclusive 8th Doctor stories as well as the audio adaptation of the novelisation of the TV Movie 🙂 Last time I looked it was £25 or free download if you signed up to a Amazon Audible trial…which you can cancel.

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    • Al

      June 13th, 2016 - 8:51pm

      I wonder how long before the various online services close this loophole. So many people are so vocal about signing up for trials for things like Audible and Netflix and then cancelling. Sooner or later you won’t be able to. And anyway, the point is reissuing this material on permanent CD form (that can be played with regular equipment).

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