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Summary

The TARDIS lands in London in this classic TV soundtrack adventure, starring William Hartnell as the Doctor with linking narration by Anneke Wills.

"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.

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  • Chris Coyne
  • 08-05-15

Before the Terminator.

almost 20 years before the Terminator was on the movie screen, their was The War Machines. A mad computer wants to make the World a perfect place to live by enslaving or killing all the humans. Only the Doctor can stop it. Classic story that's set in the swinging sixties. The Doctor will lose one companion and get two new companions in the bargiain. Great story.

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