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February 16th, 2024 6 comments

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Doctor Who The Edge of Destruction TV Soundtrack Audio CD

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Escaping from their previous adventure, the Doctor, Susan, Ian Chesterton (William Russell) and Barbara Wright (Jacqueline Hill) are inside the TARDIS when it appears to be taken over by an outside force. 2024 is the 60th anniversary of this two-episode story starring William Hartnell as the Doctor.

First broadcast on 8 & 15 February 1964, it was only the third ever Doctor Who serial to be shown. Doctor Who returns to BBC TV and Disney+ in Spring 2024 with Ncuti Gatwa in his first full series as the Fifteenth Doctor.

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  • Hewy

    February 17th, 2024 - 1:17am

    Yes Daleks, invasion & Chase would be awesome it would mean a complete run of B&W Dalek stories as we already have with the Cybermen – bring it on

  • SV7

    February 16th, 2024 - 5:05pm

    Instant pre-order! Can’t believe we have a new narrated soundtrack on the way! 😀

    • Anon

      February 16th, 2024 - 6:46pm

      Im hoping either Dalek invasion of earth, The Aztecs or The chase next.

    • SV7

      February 16th, 2024 - 6:53pm

      Absolutely, I’m really hoping this isn’t just a one off. The Web Planet was originally recorded in 2013 (according to the CD booklet), so I’m still just so pleasantly surprised that this has been made possible. Fingers crossed for more!

    • Peter

      February 16th, 2024 - 8:36pm

      Personally, I’m hoping for The Mind Robber, The Seeds of Death and The War Games – the only Troughton stories not available as narrated soundtracks. If they’re available in this format we’ll have an unbroken run of every adventure from season three to season six.

    • SV7

      February 17th, 2024 - 7:29am

      The War Games would be one of my most wanted as well, along with the rest of the 60s Dalek stories.

      I would also be in favour of them expanding the possible pool of narrators, for example Sadie Miller narrating Genesis of the Daleks, or Jon Culshaw narrating Inferno. For the stories with none of the original main cast surviving, this may be the only way to do it.

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