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  • Doctor Who: Logopolis
    by Christopher H. Bidmead
    Narrated by Christopher H. Bidmead
    4.70 (12 ratings)
    An unabridged reading of the final adventure for the 4th Doctor, novelised by Christopher H. Bidmead from his original TV scripts. The meddling presence on Earth of the Doctor's arch enemy, the Master, ensures the disruption of normality. Even he is horrified by the threat of total chaos he unintentially precipitates - until he finds a way to turn the imminent destruction of the universe to his own advantage. But the cost for the Doctor himself is terrible.
  • Doctor Who and the Creature from the Pit
    by David Fisher
    Narrated by Tom Baker
    4.50 (12 ratings)
    The planet Chloris is very fertile, but metal is in short supply, and has therefore become extremely valuable. A huge creature, with most unusual physical properties, arrives from an alien planet and can provide Chloris with metal from its own unlimited supplies, in exchange for chlorophyll.
  • Doctor Who: The Pirate Planet
    by Douglas Adams
    Narrated by AudioGO Ltd
    3.50 (2 ratings)
    A classic TV soundtrack adventure starring Tom Baker. The TARDIS materialises on a planet where the age of prosperity comes often, and precious jewels line the streets like litter. Overseeing the citizens is the bombastic Captain, half human and half machine. Lurking in shadows are the Mentiads, mysterious cowled figures who set their sights on certain individuals and claim them for their own.
  • Doctor Who and the Talons of Weng-Chiang
    by Terrance Dicks
    Narrated by Christopher Benjamin
    4.60 (16 ratings)
    Stepping out of the Tardis into Victorian London, Leela and the Doctor are confronted by menacing, diabolical horrors shrouded within the swirling London fog - a man's death cry, an attack by Chinese Tong hatchet men, giant rats roaming the sewers, young women mysteriously disappearing... The hideously deformed Magnus Greel, conducting a desperate search for the lost Time Cabinet, is the instigator of all this evil. Posing as the Chinese god Weng-Chiang, Greel uses the crafty Chang, and the midget manikin Mr Sin to achieve his terrifying objectives.
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  • Doctor Who and the Ribos Operation
    by Ian Marter
    Narrated by John Leeson
    4.60 (9 ratings)
    Reluctantly cancelling his well-earned holiday, the Doctor sets off in the TARDIS to trace and re-assemble the six segments of the Key to Time on which the stability of the entire Universe depends. Assisted by the argumentative Romanadvoratrelundar and K9, he lands on the planet Ribos in search of the first segment and finds himself entangled in the machinations of two sinister strangers, Garron and the Graff Vynda Ka. Who are they?
  • Doctor Who and the Sea-Devils
    by Malcolm Hulke
    Narrated by Geoffrey Beevers
    4.90 (9 ratings)
    Whilst visiting the Master, who has been exiled to a luxurious castle prison on a small island, Doctor Who and Jo Grant learn that a number of ships have vanished in the area. Whilst investigating these mysterious disappearances, Jo and the Doctor are attacked by a Sea-Devil, one of a submarine colony distantly related to the Silurians. Soon they discover that the Sea-Devils plan to conquer the Earth and enslave humanity, aided and abetted by the Master. What can Doctor Who do to stop them?
  • Doctor Who: The Androids of Tara
    by David Fisher
    Narrated by John Leeson
    3.90 (9 ratings)
    In search of a segment of the Key of Time, the Doctor, Romana, and K9 arrive on the planet Tara, whose population has long mastered the art of android engineering. Romana is apprehended by the ambitious Count Grendel, who seeks to overthrow the king in waiting, and the Doctor is coerced into helping those loyal to the crown. With Reynart locked away in Grendel's dungeons, the Doctor must perfect an android that can be crowned in his place. Yet Reynart is not the only one of Grendel's prisoners to have a double: the captive Princess Strella is Romana's doppelganger.
  • Doctor Who and the Leisure Hive
    by David Fisher
    Narrated by Lalla Ward
    4.50 (4 ratings)
    The Leisure Hive on the planet Argolis is an entertainment centre for galactic travellers. At the heart of the Hive is the Tachyon Recreation Generator, a machine with a most extraordinary performance capability and vital to the continued existence of the Argolin after their devastating war with the reptilian Foamasi... While visiting the Hive, the Doctor and Romana are sucked into a whirlpool of treachery and deceit, and are eventually arrested on suspicion of murder. Soon the Doctor is on trial for his life...
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  • Doctor Who: City of Death
    by David Agnew
    Narrated by Lalla Ward
    4.70 (9 ratings)
    Whilst sightseeing in Paris, 1979, the Doctor and Romana notice a series of unexplained temporal disturbances. When a visit to the Louvre lands them in hot water, they realise that a certain Count Scarlioni knows more about advanced technology than a 20th-century Parisian should. With British detective Duggan in tow, the time travellers become embroiled in an audacious plot to steal the Mona Lisa and sell it on the open market. Not only that, but Count Scarlioni appears to have more da Vinci masterpieces at his disposal - each one apparently genuine.
  • Shada: Doctor Who: The Lost Adventure
    by Douglas Adams, Gareth Roberts
    Narrated by Lalla Ward
    4.30 (124 ratings)
    The Doctor's old friend and fellow Time Lord Professor Chronotis has retired to Cambridge University - where nobody will notice if he lives for centuries. But now he needs help from the Doctor, Romana, and K-9. When he left Gallifrey he took with him a few little souvenirs - most of them are harmless. But one of them is extremely dangerous. The Worshipful and Ancient Law of Gallifrey isn't a book for Time Tots.It must not be allowed to fall into the wrong hands.
  • Doctor Who: Horror of Fang Rock
    by Terrance Dicks
    Narrated by Louise Jameson, Tom Baker
    4.70 (19 ratings)
    Fang Rock Lighthouse stands somewhere off the South Coast of England in the early 1900s. Its three keepers have lately noticed a strange fog, and one has seen an eerie light in the water. Soon one of them is dead, and Old Reuben believes that legend is about to become reality. When the Doctor and Leela arrive, they become involved in a frightening fight for survival.
  • Doctor Who at the BBC: The Plays
    by Martyn Wade
    Narrated by Sophie Aldred
    Not rated yet
    Tom Baker and Sophie Aldred appear in one of three full-cast BBC radio dramas based around the real-life worlds of Doctor Who. "Regenerations" by Daragh Carville: A group of friends reunite for an annual Doctor Who convention. Set against a backdrop of the Belfast troubles, the play deals with themes of sexuality and love, and features appearances by Tom Baker and Sophie Aldred.
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  • Doctor Who: Demon Quest 1 - The Relics of Time
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Nigel Anthony, Susan Jameson, Tom Baker
    4.00 (36 ratings)
    Tom Baker reprises the role of the Fourth Doctor in the first of five thrilling brand new adventures, with Susan Jameson as Mrs Wibbsey. The Doctor's return to Nest Cottage lands him in trouble when a key component from the TARDIS disappears. Mrs Wibbsey is inadvertently responsible, but all she can offer in recompense is a bag containing four curious objects. It seems that each one is a clue, and the beginning of a chase through Time.
  • Doctor Who: Demon Quest 2 - The Demon of Paris
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Susan Jameson, Tom Baker
    4.10 (23 ratings)
    The second exciting adventure in a brand new series of linked multi-voice adventures for the Doctor and friends, based on characters from the classic TV series. Written by the acclaimed novelist Paul Magrs.
  • Doctor Who: Demon Quest 3 - A Shard of Ice
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Susan Jameson, Tom Baker, Richard Franklin
    3.90 (20 ratings)
    The third exciting adventure in a brand new series of linked multi-voice adventures for the Doctor and friends, based on characters from the classic TV series. Written by the acclaimed novelist Paul Magrs
  • Doctor Who: Demon Quest 4 - Starfall
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Susan Jameson, Tom Baker
    3.80 (22 ratings)
    Tom Baker here reprises the role of the Fourth Doctor, with Susan Jameson as Mrs Wibbsey and Richard Franklin as Mike Yates. Two things arrive on the same night in Central Park, New York, 1976. The first is a fireball from space, bringing with it a new identity for one Alice Trefusis. The second is the TARDIS, carrying the Doctor and his friends on the trail of an unusual comic book cover. The Doctor's strength is sapped by something in the New York air - but what could cause such a malaise?
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  • Doctor Who: Demon Quest 5 - Sepulchre
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Susan Jameson, Tom Baker
    4.00 (23 ratings)
    The fifth exciting adventure in a brand-new series of linked multi-voice adventures for the Doctor and friends, based on characters from the classic TV series. Written by the acclaimed novelist Paul Magrs.
  • Doctor Who: Hornets' Nest 1 - The Stuff of Nightmares
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Tom Baker, Richard Franklin, Susan Jameson, Daniel Hill
    4.10 (25 ratings)
    Responding to an advert apparently worded for him alone, Captain Mike Yates (retired) is reunited with a ghost from the past. But why has the Doctor, that mysterious traveller in Time and Space, sent for his former UNIT acquaintance? Trapped by a horde of vicious creatures in an apparently innocuous English country cottage, the two old friends are on the brink of an enormous adventure.
  • Doctor Who: Hornets' Nest 2 - The Dead Shoes
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Tom Baker
    4.00 (16 ratings)
    Visiting the English seaside town of Cromer in the summer of 1932, the Doctor happens upon the strange world of the Cromer Palace of Curios. The young Ernestina Scott is unusually beguiled by one of the museum's exhibits, and when the Doctor befriends her, they unwittingly embark upon a terrifying escapade. Chased by animated dolls through a nightmarish model house, the Doctor realises he is being hunted by a familiar enemy.
  • Doctor Who: Hornets' Nest 3 - The Circus of Doom
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Tom Baker, Michael Maloney, Jilly Bond, Susie Riddell, Stephen Thorne
    4.30 (18 ratings)
    Tom Baker reprises the role of the Fourth Doctor in the third of five thrilling brand new audio adventures, with Richard Franklin as Mike Yates. In Blandford, 1832, ringmaster Antonio exerts a strange influence on the townsfolk. When the Doctor steps into the ring, he discovers that Antonio has some familiar demons of his own... Written by the acclaimed Paul Magrs, The Circus of Doom also features Michael Maloney, Jilly Bond, Susie Riddell and Stephen Thorne.
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  • Doctor Who: Hornets' Nest 4 - A Sting in the Tale
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Tom Baker
    4.20 (16 ratings)
    Tom Baker reprises the role of the Fourth Doctor in the fourth of five thrilling brand new audio adventures, with Richard Franklin as Mike Yates. In a bleak midwinter, an order of nuns protect their Mother Superior from ravaging dogs. But something is very wrong here indeed, and the Doctor is about to get badly stung. Written by the acclaimed Paul Magrs, A Sting in the Tale also features Clare Corbett, Susie Riddell and Rula Lenska.
  • Doctor Who: Hornets' Nest 5 - Hive of Horror
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Tom Baker
    4.30 (16 ratings)
    Tom Baker reprises the role of the Fourth Doctor in the fifth of five thrilling brand new audio adventures, with Richard Franklin as Mike Yates. The Doctor and Mike must face their enemy in a final battle. They have an unwilling accomplice - and loyalties are about to be tested to the limit. Written by the acclaimed Paul Magrs, Hive of Horror also features Susan Jameson and Rula Lenska.
  • Doctor Who: Serpent Crest Part 1 - Tsar Wars
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Tom Baker
    3.90 (20 ratings)
    Tom Baker stars as the Fourth Doctor in the first of five thrilling brand new adventures, with Susan Jameson as Mrs Wibbsey. In a distant galaxy, the Tsar and Tsarina rule over the Robotov Empire from the safety of their palace, whilst human workers tend the power plants on satellite moons. When the Doctor arrives with Mrs Wibbsey, his identity is immediately mistaken, and the Tsarina believes that her old ally, Father Gregory, has returned.
  • Doctor Who: Serpent Crest Part 2 - The Broken Crown
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Tom Baker, Susan Jameson, Cast
    4.10 (14 ratings)
    The year is 1861, and the Doctor and Mrs Wibbsey find themselves in the right place at the wrong time. At the rectory they encounter the ill-tempered Reverend Dobbs and his young ward Andrew, whose paper faces hide whatever horrors lie beneath. Tutoring him is one Mr Bewley, whom Mrs Wibbsey is startled to recognise. In Hexford Woods, the Doctor uncovers a secret which Andrew and his friends have been keeping. As the truth begins to emerge about the rectory's occupants, it also becomes clear why so many people have disappeared from the village.
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  • Doctor Who: Serpent Crest Part 3 - Aladdin Time
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Tom Baker
    3.80 (14 ratings)
    Tom Baker stars as the Fourth Doctor in the third of five thrilling brand new adventures, with Susan Jameson as Mrs Wibbsey. Trapped underground, the Doctor and Mrs Wibbsey encounter a small boy who claims to be Aladdin, in search of a fabled lamp. He joins them on their own quest, to find a power source in this weird domain and switch it off. Many obstacles lie in their way. Vast rooms stuffed with exotic items give way to torch-lit tunnels and deadly precipices. Creatures of mythical proportions lie in wait.
  • Doctor Who: Serpent Crest Part 4 - The Hexford Invasion
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Tom Baker
    4.20 (14 ratings)
    Tom Baker stars as the Fourth Doctor in the fourth of five thrilling brand new adventures, with Susan Jameson as Mrs Wibbsey, Richard Franklin as Mike Yates, and David Troughton as the Visitor. It's been many months since the Doctor was in Hexford, and Mrs Wibbsey keenly feels his absence. As her grave suspicions about her new neighbour grow, she is in danger of becoming ostracised from village life. When Mike Yates turns up at Nest Cottage with a visitor in tow, Mrs Wibbsey's life is turned even further upside down.
  • Doctor Who: Serpent Crest Part 5 - Survivors in Space
    by Paul Magrs
    Narrated by Tom Baker, Susan Jameson, Richard Franklin, David Troughton
    4.10 (14 ratings)
    It has been three months since the Hexford catastrophe, and Mike Yates is trying to show strength of leadership to the villagers. But with morale low and supplies running out, it is increasingly difficult to keep his own hopes up. Unless somebody finds them soon, the future looks bleak. So when the TARDIS materialises on the village green, it seems that help has arrived at last. But with two Doctors apparently at large, there is still the small matter of what was buried under Nest Cottage - not to mention who is clamouring to break through the protective force field.
  • Doctor Who and the Masque of Mandragora
    by Phillip Hinchcliffe
    Narrated by Tim Pigott-Smith
    5.00 (2 ratings)
    Forced off course by the Mandragora Helix, the TARDIS lands in the province of San Martino in fifteenth-century Italy. Here, the court astrologer, Hieronymous, has been taken over by the Mandragora energy-form - Hieronymous and the other members of his star-worshipping black magic cult will be used as a bridgehead, enabling the Mandragora Helix to conquer the Earth and rule it through their chosen servants.
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  • Doctor Who and the Brain of Morbius
    by Terrance Dicks
    Narrated by Tom Baker
    4.70 (13 ratings)
    For the first time on audio, this is an unabridged reading of a classic Doctor Who novelisation, based on a serial from the original TV series....Why do so many spaceships crash land on Karn, a bleak, lonely and seemingly deserted planet?
  • Doctor Who and the Giant Robot
    by Terrance Dicks
    Narrated by Tom Baker
    4.50 (20 ratings)
    "Look, Brigadier! It's growing!" screamed Sarah. The Brigadier stared in amazement as the Robot began to grow...and grow...swelling to the size of a giant! Slowly the metal colossus, casting its enormous shadow upon the surrounding trees and buildings, began to stride towards the Brigadier. A giant metal hand reached down to grasp him.
  • Doctor Who and the Pyramids of Mars
    by Terrance Dicks
    Narrated by Tom Baker
    4.40 (28 ratings)
    For many thousands of years, the Suthekh had waited... trapped in the heart of an Egyptian pyramid. Now at last the time had come - the moment of release, when all the force of his pent-up evil and malice would be unleashed upon the world. The TARDIS lands in the year 1911, and the Doctor and Sarah emerge to fight a terrifying and deadly battle...against Egyptian mummies, half possessed humans - and the overwhelming evil power of Sutekh!
  • Doctor Who: The Stones of Blood
    by David Fisher
    Narrated by Susan Engel
    4.30 (13 ratings)
    A brand new audio novelisation of a classic Doctor Who TV adventure, which starred Tom Baker as the Doctor. From the pen of the original script writer David Fisher, The Stones of Blood is set in 20th Century Dorset, where the ancient Cailleach has exerted her powers throughout the ages. The Doctor, Romana and K9 team up with Professor Amelia Rumford and her friend Vivian Fay in their search for a powerful artefact...
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  • Doctor Who: Destiny of the Daleks (TV soundtrack)
    by Terry Nation
    Narrated by Tom Baker, Lalla Ward
    4.10 (13 ratings)
    On Skaro, the home world of the Daleks, the Doctor encounters the militaristic Movellans - who have come to Skaro on a secret mission - whilst his companion Romana falls into the hands of the Daleks themselves. It soon becomes apparent that the Daleks have returned to their abandoned home city with a crucial objective, one which they hope will give them the advantage in a strategic war. When the Doctor realises what the Daleks are up to, he is compelled to intervene.
  • Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks & Exploration Earth
    by Terry Nation, Bernard Venables
    Narrated by Tom Baker, full cast
    4.40 (18 ratings)
    Tom Baker stars as the fourth Doctor in this double-bill of adventures, in which he's ably assisted by Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah-Jane Smith.