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  • Doctor Who: The Ark
    by BBC Audiobooks
    Narrated by various
    4.50 (4 ratings)
    The TARDIS arrives on a vast spaceship in the distant future, and the Doctor, Steven, and Dodo meet the only survivors from the planet Earth. They are on a 700 year voyage to the planet Refusis II, in the company of their mute, one-eyed servants the Monoids. Dodo unwittingly spreads her cold amongst the Monoids, and it proves deadly to them. The Doctor provides a cure, and they leave, but the TARDIS jumps forward in time, taking its occupants to the Ark's future.
  • Doctor Who: The Tenth Planet
    by BBC Audiobooks
    Narrated by Anneke Wills
    4.10 (22 ratings)
    The Cybermen make their first ever appearance whilst William Hartnell's Doctor nears the end of his first incarnation, in this classic soundtrack adventure with linking narration by Anneke Wills. The year is 1986, and at the South Pole the crew of the Snowcap Base have detected a new planet on their radar. The arrival of the Doctor, Ben, and Polly at the Base coincides with another landing, that of a spaceship whose humanoid passengers have used cybernetics to replace their limbs and vital organs.
  • Doctor Who: The Gunfighters
    by BBC Audiobooks
    Narrated by William Hartnell, Peter Purves
    4.30 (4 ratings)
    The TARDIS lands in the Wild West in this classic BBC TV soundtrack starring William Hartnell, with linking narration by Peter Purves. It's 1881 and, in the Wild West settlement of Tombstone, there are three strangers in town: "Doctor Caligari", "Steven Regret", and "Miss Dodo Dupont". They've arrived in a 20th Century blue police box, and they're about to wander into a whole heap of trouble.
  • Doctor Who: The Sensorites (Dramatised)
    by BBC Audiobooks
    Narrated by William Hartnell, William Russell, Jacqueline Hill, Carole Anne Ford
    4.40 (8 ratings)
    The TARDIS travellers discover that the crew of an Earth spaceship have been hijacked by the Sensorites, and they in turn are transported to the aliens' planet. Humans and Sensorites alike are stricken by a deadly illness, for which the Doctor struggles to find a cure.
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  • Doctor Who: The War Machines
    by BBC Audiobooks
    Narrated by Anneke Wills
    4.60 (5 ratings)
    "There's something alien about that Tower." It's 1966, and London's brand new Post Office Tower looms over the Doctor and Dodo as they step from the TARDIS. When the Doctor meets Professor Brett, creator of a new, super-intelligent computer called WOTAN, he is intrigued to hear of a plan to link all the major computers around the world.
  • Doctor Who and the Zarbi
    by David Whittaker
    Narrated by William Russell
    4.50 (6 ratings)
    Doctor Who and the Zarbi finds the TARDIS drawn to the eerie planet Vortis, on which the Doctor and his companions encounter a host of alien creatures, including the Menoptera, the Animus, and the Zarbi.
  • Doctor Who: The Smugglers
    by Brian Hayles
    Narrated by William Hartnell, full cast
    4.10 (14 ratings)
    The TARDIS lands on the seveneenth century Cornish coast, and its crew stumble upon a plot by the local Squire to receive and offload contraband goods. The Doctor meets the churchwarden, whose last words to him concern the whereabouts of hidden treasure. When pirate captain Samuel Pike learns of this, he kidnaps the Doctor and demands to be given the cryptic clue.
  • Doctor Who: The Celestial Toymaker
    by Brian Hayles, Donald Tosh
    Narrated by William Hartnell, full cast
    4.20 (25 ratings)
    The travellers arrive in the dangerous domain of the Toymaker, where their failure to win at a series of games could result in them becoming his playthings for eternity. Apparently innocuous nursery characters reveal deadly intent, and for companions Steven and Dodo the stakes are raised with every game of blind man's buff and musical chairs. The Doctor, meanwhile, is rendered invisible and given the challenge of completing the fiendishly difficult Trilogic game.
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  • Doctor Who and the Crusaders
    by Bill Strutton
    Narrated by William Russell
    4.30 (4 ratings)
    In Doctor Who and the Crusaders, the scene of adventure is the 12th Century Holy Land, where the TARDIS crew encounters Richard the Lionheart in his war against the Saracens.
  • Doctor Who and the Daleks
    by David Whitaker
    Narrated by William Russell
    4.50 (25 ratings)
    This is Doctor Who's first exciting adventure with the Daleks! Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright travel with the mysterious Doctor Who and his granddaughter, Susan, to the planet Skaro in the space-time machine, the TARDIS. There they strive to save the peace-loving Thals from the evil intentions of the hideous Daleks!
  • Doctor Who: The Romans (Dramatised)
    by Dennis Spooner
    Narrated by William Russell
    4.30 (3 ratings)
    William Hartnell stars as the Doctor, alongside William Russell as Ian, Jacqueline Hill as Barbara and Maureen O'Brien as Vicki in this four part story set in Ancient Rome. With linking narration by a member of the original cast.
  • Doctor Who: The Myth Makers
    by Donald Cotton
    Narrated by William Hartnell, Peter Purves, full cast
    4.40 (15 ratings)
    The Doctor has adopted many guises in his time, but to be hailed as the great god Zeus is a bit of a shock. Yet this is exactly what happens when the TARDIS lands on the plains of Asia Minor, not far from the city of Troy. Taken to the Greek camp by Achilles, the Doctor is introduced to Agamemnon and Odysseus and forced to admit his less¿than¿godlike status. He is then given just two days to come up with a strategy for defeating the Trojans.
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  • Doctor Who: The Myth Makers
    by Donald Cotton
    Narrated by Stephen Thorne
    4.30 (11 ratings)
    Long, long ago on the great plains of Asia Minor, two mighty armies faced each other in mortal combat. The armies were the Greeks and the Trojans and the prize they were fighting for was Helen, the most beautiful woman in the world. To the Greeks it seemed the city of Troy was impregnable and only a miracle could bring them success. And then help comes to them in a most unexpected way as a strange blue box materializes close to their camp.
  • Doctor Who: The Space Museum
    by Glyn Jones
    Narrated by William Hartnell, Maureen O'Brien
    4.00 (4 ratings)
    When the Doctor and his companions Ian, Barbara and Vicki enter a museum on the planet Xeros, they are astonished to find themselves displayed as exhibits! The TARDIS has jumped a 'time track' and offered them a glimpse of what the future could hold... The native Xerons are planning a rebellion against the occupying force of the Moroks who have invaded their world. The Doctor and his friends struggle not only to survive in the midst of battle, but to help change the future sufficiently to ensure their own freedom!
  • Doctor Who: The Savages
    by Ian Stuart Black
    Narrated by William Hartnell, full cast
    4.00 (32 ratings)
    When the TARDIS materialises on an alien planet, the Doctor insists that he and his companions have arrived in the far future. Steven and Dodo think otherwise, however, after they encounter a band of cave-dwelling primitives who are terrified of strangers.
  • Doctor Who: Marco Polo
    by John Lucarotti
    Narrated by William Hartnell, full cast
    4.50 (24 ratings)
    The TARDIS materialises at the Roof of the World, Central Asia, in 1289. There they meet Marco Polo and his fellow travellers on their mammoth journey across the Pamir Plateau and through the Gobi desert to Peking. Unfortunately for the Doctor, his Ship proves to be of immense interest to Polo, who sets his mind on presenting it to the mighty Kublai Khan on arrival at his court.
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  • Doctor Who: The Massacre of St Bartholemew's Eve
    by John Lucarotti
    Narrated by William Hartnell, full cast
    4.30 (11 ratings)
    The TARDIS lands in Paris in 1572 at the time of the massacre of the French Protestants at the hands of the Catholic Queen Mother, Catherine de Medici. Worryingly for the TARDIS crew, it appears that the hated Catholic dignitary the Abbot of Amboise is a dead ringer for the Doctor himself.
  • Doctor Who: Daleks - Mission to the Unknown
    by John Peel
    Narrated by Jean Marsh
    4.60 (14 ratings)
    Stranded in the jungles of Kembel, the most hostile planet in the Galaxy, Space Security agent Marc Cory has stumbled across the most deadly plot ever hatched - the Daleks are about to invade and destroy the Universe. Cory has to get a warning back to Earth before it's too late - but the Daleks find him first. Months later the Doctor and his companions arrive on Kembel and find Cory's message.
  • Doctor Who: Daleks - The Mutation of Time
    by John Peel
    Narrated by Jean Marsh
    4.20 (12 ratings)
    The Daleks' Masterplan is well underway. With the Time Destroyer, the most deadly machine ever devised, they will conquer the Universe. Only one person stands in their way - the Doctor. For he has stolen the precious Taranium core which is vital to activate the machine. Travelling through Time and Space, the Doctor and his companions are forever on the move in case the Daleks track them down. But after several months, to their horror, the TARDIS indicates that they are being followed....
  • Doctor Who: The Edge of Destruction
    by Nigel Robinson
    Narrated by William Russell
    4.20 (9 ratings)
    William Russell reads this exciting novelisation of a classic Doctor Who adventure.In a final bid to regain control of the TARDIS's faulty control system the Doctor is driven to experiment with a dangerous untried combination.With a violent explosion the TARDIS blacks out and the crew find themselves trapped inside. A simple technical fault? Sabotage? Or something even more sinister? Tension mounts as the Doctor and his companions begin to suspect one another.
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  • Doctor Who: Daleks - The Chase
    by John Peel
    Narrated by Maureen O'Brien
    4.50 (10 ratings)
    Through a Space-Time Visualiser the Doctor and his companions are horrified to see an execution squad of Daleks about to leave Skaro on a mission to find the TARDIS and exterminate the time travellers. Eluding the Daleks on the barren planet Aridius the Doctor and his friends escape in the TARDIS. But this is only the beginning of an epic journey. As they travel through space and time, they try to shake off their pursuers by making a series of random landings - but the Daleks don't give up easily. This is a chase to the death... Maureen O'Brien, who played Vicki in the original Doctor Who TV serial, reads John Peel's complete and unabridged novelisation, first published by Target Books in 1989.
  • Doctor Who: The Rescue
    by Ian Marter
    Narrated by Maureen O'Brien
    4.20 (6 ratings)
    Maureen O'Brien reads this thrilling novelisation of a classic Doctor Who adventure. From his one previous visit the Doctor remembers the inhabitants of the planet Dido as a gentle, peace-loving people. But when he returns, things have changed dramatically. It seems that the Didoi have brutally massacred the crew of the crashed spaceliner Astra.
  • Doctor Who: The Gunfighters
    by Donald Cotton
    Narrated by Shane Rimmer
    4.00 (3 ratings)
    Back in the gun-totin', hard-hittin', fast-shootin' days of the Old Wild West, when outlaws ruled the land and the good guys stayed off the streets, a troupe of travelling players - Miss Dodo Dupont, Steven Regret and the mysterious Doctor Caligari - moseyed into the town of Tombstone one October afternoon. Their method of transportation was a mite peculiar though. After all, a police box materialising out of thin air sure ain't the usual way to enter a sedate town like Tombstone...
  • Doctor Who: The Crusade
    by David Whitaker
    Narrated by William Hartnell
    4.90 (7 ratings)
    History must take its course...' The TARDIS materialises in the middle of a holy war between King Richard the Lionheart and the Saracen leader, Saladin, in 12th Century Palestine. As the Doctor, Vicki, Ian and Barbara explore their surroundings, they are suddenly caught up in a Saracen ambush - and Barbara is kidnapped. For the time travellers, intrigue and espionage ensue as they once again become involved in living history.
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  • Doctor Who: The Daleks' Master Plan
    by Terry Nation, Dennis Spooner
    Narrated by William Hartnell, Peter Purves, full cast
    4.40 (68 ratings)
    In their quest to gain control of the Solar System, the Daleks have taken posession of the Time Destructor, a weapon which threatens the safety of all who stand in their way. As they head up an alliance of alien races bent on destroying the human race, in their midst is none other than the treacherous Guardian of the Solar System, Mavic Chen.
  • The Reign of Terror: A Doctor Who Novel, Book 119
    by Ian Marter
    Narrated by William Hartnell, Carole Ann Ford
    4.80 (4 ratings)
    Materialising in a forest, the Doctor and friends find themselves 12 kilometres from Paris. It is the 18th century, and France is the scene of an ongoing battle between royalists and revolutionaries. Following a blaze at a farmhouse, Ian, Barbara, and Susan are separated from the Doctor and arrested as traitors. Ian receives information about James Stirling, an English spy vital to the revolution. No one seems to know where Stirling is, and locating him becomes Ian's priority.
  • Doctor Who and the Dalek Invasion of Earth
    by Terrance Dicks
    Narrated by William Russell
    4.40 (10 ratings)
    The TARDIS lands in a London of future times - a city of fear, devastation and holocaust...a city now ruled by Daleks. The Doctor and his companions meet a team of underground resistance workers, among the few survivors, but after an unsuccessful attack on the Dalek spaceship, they are all forced to flee the capital. A perilous journey through England finally brings them to the secret Centre of Dalek operations...and the mysterious reason for the Dalek invasion of Earth!
  • Doctor Who: The Aztecs
    by John Lucarotti
    Narrated by William Russell
    4.90 (7 ratings)
    The TARDIS materialises in Mexico during the Aztec civilisation. The Doctor and his companions step outside to discover they are inside a tomb - the tomb, it turns out, of Yetaxa, once High Priest of the Aztecs. Barbara is hailed as Yetaxa's reincarnation by Autloc, High Priest of Knowledge, and Tlotoxl, High Priest of Sacrifice, when they find her in the precincts of the tomb wearing the bracelet of the deceased Priest, now revered as a god.
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  • Doctor Who: The Sensorites
    by Nigel Robinson
    Narrated by William Russell
    3.90 (9 ratings)
    The TARDIS materialises on board a dark and silent spaceship. As the Doctor, Susan, Ian and Barbara penetrate the craft's eerie gloom they come across what appears to be the bodies of two dead astronauts. But the astronauts are far from dead, and are living in mortal fear of the Sensorites, a race of telepathic creatures from the Sense-Sphere. When the lock of the TARDIS is stolen the Doctor is forced into an uneasy alliance with the aliens. William Russell, reads Nigel Robinson's unabridged novelisation.