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Save Our Souls

Save Our Souls
An experimental radio mast has been set up on a remote island. It has been picking up signals — a voice that claims it knows the future.

Five people have come to the island to hear the voice. A scientist, a soldier, a medium, an alienist and the most powerful woman in the world. The voice has something to say to all of them. It starts by saying who will be the first to die.

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The Power of the Daleks Special Edition DVD
Patrick Troughton stars in this recreation of a lost classic from 1966.

The TARDIS brings The Doctor, Polly and Ben to a colony on the swamp planet of Vulcan. Soon after arriving, The Doctor witnesses a brutal murder.

Meanwhile, in another part of the colony an ancient crashed space capsule has been discovered in the swamps. The colony’s misguided chief scientist opens the capsule and discovers a group of strange metal ‘creatures’ inside. The creatures appear to be long dead. The Doctor calls the metal creatures ‘Daleks’ and claims that they are incredibly dangerous.

‘Power of the Daleks’ was the first Doctor Who story to star Patrick Troughton as The Doctor – broadcast between November and December 1966. Sadly, none of the six original broadcast episodes of ‘Power of the Daleks’ any longer exist in the BBC Film Archives. However, complete audio recordings of the lost episodes have survived in the hands of private collectors. And it is these audio recordings that are used as the basis for this special animated production of the programme. Now in a brand new edition and brought to you in glorious black and white…
Five people have come to the island to hear the voice. A scientist, a soldier, a medium, an alienist and the most powerful woman in the world. The voice has something to say to all of them. It starts by saying who will be the first to die.

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The Power of the Daleks Special Edition Blu RayThe Power of the Daleks Special Edition Blu Ray

Patrick Troughton stars in this recreation of a lost classic from 1966.

The TARDIS brings The Doctor, Polly and Ben to a colony on the swamp planet of Vulcan. Soon after arriving, The Doctor witnesses a brutal murder.

Meanwhile, in another part of the colony an ancient crashed space capsule has been discovered in the swamps. The colony’s misguided chief scientist opens the capsule and discovers a group of strange metal ‘creatures’ inside. The creatures appear to be long dead. The Doctor calls the metal creatures ‘Daleks’ and claims that they are incredibly dangerous.

‘Power of the Daleks’ was the first Doctor Who story to star Patrick Troughton as The Doctor – broadcast between November and December 1966. Sadly, none of the six original broadcast episodes of ‘Power of the Daleks’ any longer exist in the BBC Film Archives. However, complete audio recordings of the lost episodes have survived in the hands of private collectors. And it is these audio recordings that are used as the basis for this special animated production of the programme. Now in a brand new edition and brought to you in glorious black and white…
Five people have come to the island to hear the voice. A scientist, a soldier, a medium, an alienist and the most powerful woman in the world. The voice has something to say to all of them. It starts by saying who will be the first to die.

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The Robots Volume Two

The Robots Volume 2

During the events of Doctor Who – Ravenous 2, Liv Chenka left The Doctor and the TARDIS behind. Just for one year. A year during which she would live on Kaldor and get to know her sister Tula all over again. But Kaldor is going through a period of tumultuous change. Technology is changing at an advanced rate – the robots are evolving, artificial intelligence is adapting, and with these changes so politics is altering too. Dangerously. Can Liv and Tula make a difference during the most turbulent time in the world’s history?

CAST: Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Claire Rushbrook (Tula), David Collings (Poul), Pamela Salem (Toos).

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The Time War Volume 4
The Time War Volume 4

The Eighth Doctor and Bliss are dragged into the Time War as the Daleks replenish their army, using Davros himself.4.1 and 4.2 Palindrome by John DorneyIn an alternative universe, Davros lives in peace, until The Doctor and Bliss arrive, and the Daleks emerge in a new reality.4.3 Dreadshade by Lisa McMullinThe Time Lords, including the General and the Twelve, adjust to life after the Time War, until The Doctor and Bliss return with a warning.4.4 Restoration of the Daleks by Matt Fitton

The Dalek Time Strategist restores the Dalek armies to the universe, but wants to dispense with Davros.


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Time Apart
Time Apart

Separated from his companions, The Doctor attempts to find solace in the history of his favourite planet — Earth — but instead discovers new threats lying in wait.

Travelling from twentieth-century East Berlin to sixteenth-century Strasbourg, The Doctor encounters creatures from other realities: monsters beneath the waves, and human beings determined to exploit their fellow man.

But how long can he survive without a friend?

A four-part anthology written by Steve Lyons, Jacqueline Rayner, Tommy Donbavand and Kate Thorman.

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The Runaway TARDISMistress of Chaos

Mistress of Chaos is the first Panini Doctor Who graphic novel to feature the 13th Doctor, as played on TV by Jodie Whittaker! The full-colour stories have been taken from the official Doctor Who Magazine, now in its 41st year of publication!

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The David Tennant Years - An Episode GuideThe David Tennant Years – An Episode Guide

When David Tennant took over as the Tenth Doctor in 2005, the rejuvenated science fiction series was still in its infancy, having just completed its first series. Under the direction of showrunner Russell T. Davies, Doctor Who had burst back onto our screens after a lengthy absence and while it was more popular than ever, there was always a question of how audiences would react to one of the show’s central concepts – the regeneration of the lead character itself. Fortunately, the casting of Tennant proved to be an inspired choice. Armed with nothing more than a pinstripe suit, a pair of plimsolls and a sonic screwdriver, he proved to be more than a match for the Cybermen, the Ood and the dreaded Daleks. And as companions entered and left the Tardis, Doctor Who became one of the BBC’s biggest programmes all over the world. Now, more than 10 years after his final episode, The End of Time, this unofficial book aims to examine the enduring popularity of the Tenth Doctor, with comprehensive reviews for all of David Tennant’s episodes, behind the scenes trivia and a guide to some of the locations that were used to create a television legend. Don’t leave the constellation of Kasterborous without it!

Tenth Doctor Guide

 

The Black Archive 45: The Deadly AssassinThe Black Archive : The Deadly Assassin

A pivotal story of 20th-century Doctor Who, The Deadly Assassin (1976) reinvented The Doctor and his world. Andrew Orton considers its roots in the Gothic and film noir, the Second World War and the Cold War, its place in Robert Holmes’ career, and its reception.

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Knock! Knock! Who's There? Joke BookKnock! Knock! Who’s There? Joke Book

-What do we want?

-TIME TRAVEL!

-When do we want it?

-THAT’S IRRELEVANT!

Packed with a dimensionally transcendent TARDIS-load amount of jokes, gags and riddles, this is the official Doctor Who joke book! Remember: it’s funnier on the inside!

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