This is a list of Doctor Who audiobooks. The first Doctor Who audiobook, consisting of readings by Gabriel Woolf of the novelisations of The Three Doctors, . Award-winning, full-cast original audio dramas from the worlds of Doctor Who, Torchwood, Blake's 7, Class, Dark Shadows, The Avengers, Survivors, The. "Yes, this should provide adequate sustenance for the Doctor Who marathon," once said The Simpsons' Comic Book Guy while pushing a.

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Doctor Who audiobooks from Audible including best sellers, new releases and customer picks. Your first audiobook is free on a day trial. Sign up and. Audiobooks of novelisations were direct-to-home-audio recordings of Doctor Who sleeve notes are provided by David J. Howe (author of The Target Book). Classic series \'Target\' novelisations read by members of the Doctor Who cast or crew.

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They are the complete stories, not edited down as teasers. And a heck of a lot more than 30 hours in total. Most of them are around 2 hours each,.

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Pinging is currently not allowed. KevinESIN says: May 8, at Nickpheas says: May 9, at 9: Brennan Young says: May 10, at 7: Lymis says: May 18, at 3: The Doctor himself felt perfectly in character, something that was probably helped along by it being narrated in the first person by David Tennant.

I particularly loved the instance where Layla and the Doctor have been reunited after the Hush's attempt to mimic the Doctor and manipulate Layla into fixing the transmitter, and Layla observes upon their reunion that she should have known it wasn't him, because the Doctor is so full of himself and the Hush's mimicry wasn't. That's the Doctor I know: conceited, yeah, but sweet and brilliant besides.

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We really get all of him here. The side of him that's sorry, so sorry when someone dies. The side of him that's a thrill seeker and really finds the hunt for the Hush fun, even when he shouldn't.

And then, at the very end, the Oncoming Storm, the very dangerous, threatening side of him that only tends to come out when his companions are threatened.

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Oh, we do not want to have that. The other characters were well-done if a bit flat; I excuse most of my normal concerns about this due to the fact that the story was only an hour long.

Layla is given the most to do, and she was quite fun--I loved her easy acceptance of the Doctor's reveal that he's an alien, and how it caused the Doctor to reflect that he really should give medals for that sort of thing. I really enjoyed and chuckled through the early banter between her and the Doctor. Jasper and Tom-O were basically there to give us Red Shirts to worry about, but I did get the sense that the crew of Radio Bravo was a family and could see why the Doctor would really care about keeping them safe.

The little bits of metafiction made me giggle, although it takes a creepy turn at the end, as the Doctor is sure that no one would listen to the tape all the way through to the end thus ruining his plans after his warnings, and if they did, they're just stupid, aren't they?

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It was a little story, but I enjoyed how it slotted into the Whoniverse. It takes place in Ten's final year, when he's traveling alone after the events of "Journey's End", but the previous companions weren't ignored; there were some sweet remembrances of Donna and another presumably classic series companion whose name I didn't quite catch.They are the complete stories, not edited down as teasers. Anneke Wills Length: The Caves of Androzani.

Abridged reading of the autobiography of Tom Baker, who played the Fourth Doctor. David Banks. Biography of Terry Nation , creator of the Daleks and writer of numerous serials. Reissued on 5 CDs only in the limited edition collector's tin Doctor Who: