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July 2nd, 2021 3 comments

Doctor Who The TV Episodes Collection 1st Doctor Download

Available to order in the UK as a download from www.amazon.co.uk

Available to order in the USA as a download from www.amazon.com

Six classic Doctor Who TV soundtrack adventures starring William Hartnell as the First Doctor.

In ‘The Sensorites’ the Doctor and his friends visit an alien society with dark secrets.

In ‘The Romans’ Ian and Barbara are sold into slavery in first century Rome, and the Doctor encounters Nero!

In ‘The Space Museum’ the travellers must work to avert a terrible potential future for themselves.

In ‘The Ark’ the Doctor, Steven and Dodo encounter the last humans to flee Earth with their alien servants, the Monoids.

In ‘The Gunfighters’ the TARDIS crewmembers try to avoid getting caught in crossfire at the OK Corral.

In ‘The War Machines’ the TARDIS lands in London, 1966, to find the brand new Post Office Tower being controlled by sinister supercomputer.

Each story has additional linking narration, and there are bonus interviews with William Russell, Maureen O’Brien, Peter Purves and Anneke Wills.


Categorised under: Audio Downloads Only, CD

3 comments

  • The Flying Shark

    July 2nd, 2021 - 7:10pm

    No physical this time? I suppose they don’t sell as well given the high price, but at least you can buy the older editions if you do want a physical copy.

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    • the ergon

      July 2nd, 2021 - 9:50pm

      The older edition cds are better because of the numbered tracklist on the inside sleeve. More convenient when you want to return to a certain part of the story or are listening episodes one or more that you can come back to. You never got that with the stacks.

    • Dave

      July 3rd, 2021 - 12:53pm

      There’s less of a market for these I guess, given that the episodes are all available on DVD. I’ve been buying the re-releases of missing episodes as I missed out the first time, but I’m not interested in these. I’d hoped they’d jump to the radio episodes!

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