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  • Doctor Who at the BBC: The Tenth Doctor
    by BBC Audiobooks
    Narrated by Elisabeth Sladen
    3.60 (18 ratings)
    Elisabeth Sladen presents this fascinating collection of interviews, behind-the-scenes set reports, and humorous sketches from BBC radio and television, all centred around the series featuring David Tennant as the good Doctor.
  • Doctor Who and the Ice Warriors
    by Brian Hayles
    Narrated by Frazer Hines
    4.90 (8 ratings)
    The world is held in the grip of a second Ice Age, and faces total destruction from the rapidly advancing glaciers. Doctor Who, with Victoria and Jamie, lands at a top scientific base in England, where they have just unearthed an ancient Ice Warrior. Aliens from Mars, preserved in the ice for centuries and now revitalised, the Ice Warriors feel ready to take over... Can the Doctor overcome these warlike Martians and halt the relentless approach of the ice glaciers?
  • Doctor Who: The Krillitane Storm
    by Christopher Cooper
    Narrated by Will Thorp
    4.20 (28 ratings)
    When the TARDIS materializes in medieval Worcester, the Doctor finds the city seemingly deserted. He soon discovers its population is living in a state of terror, afraid to leave their homes after dark, for fear of meeting their doom at the hands of the legendary Devil's Huntsman. And, after a terrifying encounter with a deadly Krillitane, the Doctor realizes the city has good reason to be scared!
  • Doctor Who: Judgement of the Judoon
    by Colin Brake
    Narrated by Nicholas Briggs
    4.40 (30 ratings)
    An exciting adventure for the 10th Doctor, read by Nicholas Briggs. Elvis the King Spaceport has grown into the sprawling city-state of New Memphis - an urban jungle, where organized crime is rife. But the launch of the new Terminal 13 hasn't been as smooth as expected. When the Doctor arrives, he finds the whole terminal locked down! The notorious Invisible Assassin is at work again, and the Judoon troopers sent to catch him will stop at nothing to complete their mission.
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  • Doctor Who: The Price of Paradise
    by Colin Brake
    Narrated by Shaun Dingwall
    4.30 (15 ratings)
    Laylora, the Paradise Planet, is a world of breath-taking beauty, where peace-loving aboriginals live in harmony with their environment. Or do they? The Doctor and Rose arrive to find that the once-perfect eco-system is showing signs of failing. The paradise planet has become a death trap as terrifying creatures from ancient legends appear and stalk the land.
  • Doctor Who: The Many Hands
    by Dale Smith
    Narrated by David Troughton
    4.10 (8 ratings)
    Edinburgh, 1759. The Nor' Loch is being filled in, officially because it's a stinking cesspool. But why are there so many whispered stories about the loch - stories about the Doctor, and the many hands of Alexander Munro?
  • Doctor Who: The Forever Trap
    by Dan Abnett
    Narrated by Catherine Tate
    4.40 (45 ratings)
    When the TARDIS is invaded by a holographic marketing scam, the Doctor and Donna find themselves trapped on the Edifice, a purpose-built complex of luxury apartments in space. Their new environs leave much to be desired: millions of beings from across the Universe have been gathered to live side by side in similar apartments. Instead of creating neighbourly affection, it's led to terrible battles being waged in the corridors and on the stairwells.
  • Doctor Who: The Last Voyage
    by Dan Abnett
    Narrated by David Tennant
    4.30 (71 ratings)
    The TARDIS materialises on board the maiden voyage of a pioneering space cruiser, travelling from Earth to the planet Eternity. The Doctor has just started exploring the huge, hi-tech Interstitial Transposition Vehicle when there is a loud bang, a massive jolt and a flash of light. Shortly afterwards, he discovers that nearly all the passengers and crew have disappeared. Unless the Doctor and flight attendant Sugar MacAuley can take control and steer the ship, they could crash-land or keep slipping through space forever.
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  • Doctor Who: Autonomy
    by Daniel Blythe
    Narrated by Georgia Moffett
    4.20 (83 ratings)
    Hyperville is 2013's top hi-tech, 24-hour entertainment complex - a sprawling palace of fun under one massive roof. You can go shopping, or experience the excitement of Doomcastle, Winterland, or Wild West World. But things are about to get a lot more exciting - and dangerous! What unspeakable horror is lurking on Level Zero of Hyperville? And what will happen when the entire complex goes over to Central Computer Control?
  • Doctor Who: The Taking of Chelsea 426
    by David Llewellyn
    Narrated by Christopher Ryan
    3.90 (18 ratings)
    The Chelsea Flower Show - hardly the most exciting or dangerous event in the calendar, or so Doctor thinks. But this is Chelsea 426, a city-sized future colony floating on the clouds of Saturn, and the flowers are much more than they seem. As the Doctor investigates, a familiar foe arrives, and the stakes suddenly get much higher. The Sontarans have plans of their own, and they're not here to arrange flowers.
  • Doctor Who: The Nemonite Invasion
    by David Roden
    Narrated by Catherine Tate
    3.90 (21 ratings)
    When the sky rips open somewhere over Dover, two objects hurtle out of the Vortex and crash-land in the sea. One is the TARDIS, out of control and freefalling - but the other, a mysterious crystalline sphere, is far more sinister... The Doctor and Donna are rescued and taken to a secret command centre in the Dover cliffs. It's May 1940, and Vice-Admiral Ramsey is about to finalise one of the most daring plans of the Second World War: Operation Dynamo.
  • Doctor Who: The Story of Martha - The Weeping
    by David Roden
    Narrated by Freema Agyeman
    4.00 (15 ratings)
    For a year, while the Master ruled over the Earth, Martha Jones travelled the world telling people stories about the Doctor. She told people of how the Doctor has saved them before, and how he will save them again. This is that story. It tells of Martha's travels from her arrival on Earth as the Toclafane attacked and decimated the population through to her return to Britain to face the Master. It tells how she spread the word and told people about the Doctor. The story of how she survived that terrible year...
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  • Doctor Who: Beautiful Chaos
    by Gary Russell
    Narrated by Bernard Cribbins
    4.40 (32 ratings)
    Donna Noble is back home in London, catching up withher family and generally giving them all the gossip about her journeys. Her grandfather is especially overjoyed - he's discovered a new star and had it named after him. He takes the Doctor, as his special guest, to the naming ceremony. But the Doctor is suspicious about some of the other changes hecan see in the Earth's heavens. Particularly that bright star, right there. No, not that one, that one, there, on the left...
  • Doctor Who: The Last Dodo
    by Jacqueline Rayner
    Narrated by Freema Agyeman
    4.10 (8 ratings)
    Civilisations rise and fall, time moves on, and species die out. Extinction is a fact of life in the universe. But extinction doesn't have to be forever. The TARDIS arrives in the Museum of the Last Ones: a facility dedicated to preserving the final specimens of every species in the universe. But all is not well, and before long the Doctor and Martha are in deep trouble.
  • Doctor Who: The Stone Rose
    by Jacqueline Rayner
    Narrated by David Tennant
    4.20 (61 ratings)
    Mickey is startled to find a statue of Rose in a museum; a statue that is 2,000 years old. The Doctor realises that this means the TARDIS will shortly take them to Ancient Rome, but when it does, he and Rose soon have more on their minds than sculpture.
  • Doctor Who: Dead Air
    by James Goss
    Narrated by David Tennant
    4.30 (74 ratings)
    This is an exclusive, original adventure for the 10th Doctor, read by David Tennant. Featuring additional music and effects, Doctor Who: Dead Air has never been previously published. Hot on the heels of a creature that exists through sound, the Doctor lands on a pirate radio station boat in the late 1960s. The creature has already killed some of the DJs, and the Doctor befriends the survivors. But then the lights go out, and a desperate race for survival begins.
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  • Doctor Who: Peacemaker
    by James Swallow
    Narrated by Will Thorp
    4.00 (8 ratings)
    In the town of Redwater, the Doctor and Martha learn of a snake-oil salesman who's patent medicines actually cure his patients. But when the they investigate, the truth is stranger, and far more dangerous.
  • Doctor Who: Martha in the Mirror
    by Justin Richards
    Narrated by Freema Agyeman
    3.90 (12 ratings)
    The Doctor and Martha arrive at Castle Extremis, which is about to play host to the signing of a peace treaty. But not everyone wants the war to end. Who is the little girl who haunts the castle? Who is the hooded figure that watches from the shadows? And what is the secret of the legendary Mortal Mirror?
  • Doctor Who: The Resurrection Casket
    by Justin Richards
    Narrated by David Tennant
    4.70 (44 ratings)
    Starfall: a world on the edge, where crooks and smugglers hide in the gloomy shadows and modern technology refuses to work. And that includes the TARDIS. The pioneers who used to be drawn by the hope of making a fortune from the mines can find easier picking elsewhere. But they still come... for the romance of it, or old-fashioned organic mining. Or in the hope of finding the lost treasure of Hamlek Glint, scourge of the spaceways, privateer, adventurer, bandit.
  • Doctor Who: The Eyeless
    by Lance Parkin
    Narrated by Russell Tovey
    3.70 (9 ratings)
    At the heart of the ruined city of Arcopolis is the Fortress. It's a brutal structure placed here by one of the sides in a devastating intergalactic war that's long ended. Fifteen years ago, the entire population of the planet was killed in an instant by the weapon housed in the heart of the Fortress. Now only the ghosts remain.
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  • Doctor Who: Shining Darkness
    by Mark Michalowski
    Narrated by Debbie Chazen
    3.40 (8 ratings)
    For Donna Noble, the Andromeda galaxy is a long, long way from home. But even two-and-a-half-million light years from Earth, danger lurks around every corner... A visit to an art gallery turns into a race across space to uncover the secret behind a shadowy organization. From the desert world of Karris to the interplanetary scrap yard of Junk, the Doctor and Donna discover that appearances can be deceptive, that enemies are lurking around every corner.
  • Doctor Who: Wetworld
    by Mark Michalowski
    Narrated by Freema Agyeman
    3.80 (19 ratings)
    When the TARDIS makes a disastrous landing in the swamps of the planet Sunday, the Doctor has no choice but to abandon Martha and try to find help. But the tranquillity of Sunday's swamps is deceptive, and even the TARDIS can't protect Martha forever.
  • Doctor Who: Forever Autumn
    by Mark Morris
    Narrated by Will Thorp
    4.30 (20 ratings)
    It is almost Halloween in the sleepy New England town of Blackwood Falls. Paper skeletons hang in windows and carved pumpkins leer from porches. The Doctor and Martha soon discover that this will be no ordinary Halloween.
  • Doctor Who: Ghosts of India
    by Mark Morris
    Narrated by David Troughton
    4.10 (8 ratings)
    India in 1947 is a country in the grip of chaos - a country torn apart by internal strife. When the Doctor and Donna arrive in Calcutta, they are instantly swept up in violent events. Barely escaping with their lives, they discover that the city is rife with tales of 'half-made men', who roam the streets at night and steal people away. These creatures, it is said, are as white as salt and have only shadows where their eyes should be.
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  • Doctor Who: Wooden Heart
    by Martin Day
    Narrated by Adjoa Andoh
    4.00 (3 ratings)
    The Castor, a vast and seemingly deserted starship, is spinning slowly in the void of deep space. Martha and the Doctor explore the drifting tomb and discover that they may not be alone after all. Who could have survived the disaster that overcame the rest of the crew?
  • Doctor Who: Snowglobe 7
    by Mike Tucker
    Narrated by Georgia Moffett
    3.80 (15 ratings)
    Set on Earth in 2099, when global warming is devastating the planet. In a desperate attempt at preservation, the governments of the world have removed vast sections of the Arctic and Antarctic and set them inside huge domes. But a hidden threat has been preserved beneath Snowglobe 7.
  • Doctor Who: The Nightmare Of Black Island
    by Mike Tucker
    Narrated by Anthony Head
    4.30 (18 ratings)
    On a lonely stretch of Welsh coastline, a fisherman is killed by a hideous creature from beneath the waves. When the Doctor and Rose arrive, they discover a village where the children are plagued by nightmares, and the nights are ruled by monsters. The villagers suspect that ancient industrialist Nathanial Morton is to blame, but the Doctor has suspicions of his own. Who are the ancient figures that sleep in the old priory? What are the monsters that prowl the woods after sunset?
  • Doctor Who: Sick Building
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Will Thorp
    4.20 (12 ratings)
    Tiermann's World: a planet covered in wintry woods and roamed by sabre-toothed tigers and other savage beasts. The Doctor is here to warn Professor Tiermann, his wife, and their son that a terrible danger is on its way.
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  • Doctor Who: Pest Control (Unabridged)
    by Peter Anghelides
    Narrated by David Tennant
    4.20 (68 ratings)
    The TARDIS is lost in battle on a distant planet. When the doctor sets off in pursuit, Donna is left behind, and finds herself accepting a commission in the Pioneer Corps. Something is transforming soldiers into monstrous beetles, and she could be the next victim.
  • Doctor Who: The Story of Martha - The Frozen Wastes
    by Robert Shearman
    Narrated by Freema Agyeman
    4.00 (17 ratings)
    For a year, while the Master ruled over the Earth, Martha Jones travelled the world telling people stories about the Doctor. She told people of how the Doctor has saved them before, and how he will save them again. This is that story. It tells of Martha's travels from her arrival on Earth as the Toclafane attacked and decimated the population through to her return to Britain to face the Master. It tells how she spread the word and told people about the Doctor. The story of how she survived that terrible year...
  • Doctor Who: The Rising Night
    by Scott Handcock
    Narrated by Michelle Ryan
    3.60 (17 ratings)
    When Harry Winter goes out collecting rocks to repair the wall around his father's farm, he makes a fatal mistake. He disturbs Lucifer's Tombstone, and awakens something demonic and dreadful... The TARDIS arrives in the 18th Century village of Thornton Rising in the Yorkshire Moors - a village cut off from the world by an all-consuming darkness, where the sun has not risen for three weeks.
  • Doctor Who: The Pirate Loop
    by Simon Guerrier
    Narrated by Freema Agyeman
    4.40 (9 ratings)
    The Doctor's been everywhere and everywhen in the whole of the universe and seems to know all the answers. But ask him what happened to the Starship Brilliant and he hasn't the first idea. Did it fall into a sun or black hole? Was it shot down in the first moments of the galactic war? And what's this about a secret experimental drive?
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  • Doctor Who: The Slitheen Excursion
    by Simon Guerrier
    Narrated by Debbie Chazen
    3.90 (18 ratings)
    Debbie Chazen reads this complete and unabridged adventure for the 10th Doctor. In 1500 BC, King Actaeus and his subjects live in mortal fear of the awesome gods who have come to visit their kingdom in ancient Greece. The Doctor, visiting with university student June, knows they're not gods at all. They're aliens! With June's enthusiastic help, the Doctor soon meets the travel agents behind this deadly package holiday company - his old enemies the Slitheen.
  • Doctor Who: The Story of Martha - Star-Crossed
    by Simon Jowett
    Narrated by Freema Agyeman
    4.10 (18 ratings)
    For a year, while the Master ruled over the Earth, Martha Jones travelled the world telling people stories about the Doctor. She told people of how the Doctor has saved them before, and how he will save them again. This is that story. It tells of Martha's travels from her arrival on Earth as the Toclafane attacked and decimated the population through to her return to Britain to face the Master. It tells how she spread the word and told people about the Doctor. The story of how she survived that terrible year....
  • Doctor Who: The Day of the Troll
    by Simon Messingham
    Narrated by David Tennant
    4.20 (58 ratings)
    When the Doctor arrives on Earth in the far future, he is horrified to find the planet beset by famine and starvation. England is a barren wasteland, and scientists are desperately seeding the ground to make the crops grow again. But now it seems that something even worse is happening. Karl Baring, the owner of research facility The Grange, has been snatched away in the middle of the night.
  • Doctor Who: The Doctor Trap
    by Simon Messingham
    Narrated by Russell Tovey
    4.00 (7 ratings)
    Sebastiene was human... once. He might look like a nineteenth-century nobleman, but in truth he is a ruthless hunter. He likes nothing more than luring difficult opposition to a planet, then hunting them down for sport. And now he's caught them all - from Zargregs to Moogs, and even the odd Eternal. In fact, Sebastiene is after only one more prize. For this trophy, he knows he is going to need help.
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  • Doctor Who: The Clockwise Man
    by Justin Richards
    Narrated by Nicholas Briggs
    4.10 (25 ratings)
    In 1920s London, the Doctor and Rose find themselves caught up in the hunt for a mysterious murderer. But not everyone or everything is what they seem. Secrets lie behind locked doors and inhuman killers roam the streets. Who is the Painted Lady and why is she so interested in the Doctor? How can a cat return from the dead? Can anyone be trusted to tell or even to know the truth?
  • Doctor Who: The Art Of Destruction
    by Stephen Cole
    Narrated by Don Warrington
    3.50 (10 ratings)
    The TARDIS lands in 22nd-century Africa in the shadow of a dormant volcano. Agricultural teams are growing new foodstuffs in the baking soil to help feed the world's starving millions ¿ but the Doctor and Rose detect an alien signal somewhere close by. When a nightmare force starts surging along the dark volcanic tunnels, the Doctor realises an ancient trap has been sprung. But who was it meant for? And what is the secret of the eerie statues that stand at the heart of the volcano?
  • Doctor Who: The Feast Of The Drowned
    by Stephen Cole
    Narrated by David Tennant
    4.30 (35 ratings)
    When a naval cruiser sinks in mysterious circumstances in the North Sea, all aboard are lost. Rose is saddened to learn that the brother of her friend, Keisha, was among the dead. And yet he appears to them as a ghostly apparition, begging to be saved from the coming feast... the feast of the drowned. As the dead crew haunt loved ones all over London, the Doctor and Rose are drawn into a chilling mystery.
  • Doctor Who: The Sting of the Zygons
    by Stephen Cole
    Narrated by Adjoa Andoh
    4.40 (5 ratings)
    The TARDIS lands the Doctor and Martha in the Lake District in 1909, where a small village has been terrorised by a giant, scaly monster. The search is on for the elusive "Beast of Westmorland", and explorers, naturalists, and hunters from across the country are descending on the fells. King Edward VII himself is on his way to join the search, with a knighthood for whoever finds the Beast.
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  • Doctor Who: The Story of Martha - Breathing Space
    by Steve Lockley, Paul Lewis
    Narrated by Freema Agyeman
    4.10 (13 ratings)
    For a year, while the Master ruled over the Earth, Martha Jones travelled the world telling people stories about the Doctor. She told people of how the Doctor has saved them before, and how he will save them again. This is that story. It tells of Martha's travels from her arrival on Earth as the Toclafane attacked and decimated the population through to her return to Britain to face the Master. It tells how she spread the word and told people about the Doctor. The story of how she survived that terrible year....
  • Doctor Who: Wishing Well
    by Trevor Baxendale
    Narrated by Debbie Chazen
    3.90 (7 ratings)
    The old village well is just a curiosity - something to attract tourists intrigued by stories of lost treasure, or visitors just making a wish. Unless something alien and terrifying could be lurking inside the well. Something utterly monstrous that causes nothing but death and destruction. But who knows the real truth about the well? Who wishes to unleash the hideous force it contains? What terrible consequences will follow the search for a legendary treasure hidden at the bottom?