Doctor Who

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  • Audio CD
  • Doctor Who
  • Cavan Scott
  • English
  • 09 April 2017

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Doctor Who The Year Is Ten Years Since The Daleks Invaded The Earth One Year Until The Doctor, In His First Incarnation, Will Help Bring The Occupation To An End But For Now, Their Reign Of Terror Goes OnThe TARDIS Brings The Doctor And Peri To Scotland Enslaved, Like Everywhere Else On The Planet But There Are Rumours Of Dalek Free Islands Off Its Coast Places Where Resistors And Refuseniks Are Coming Together, Gathering Arms And Armour, Preparing To Strike Back Against The EnemyWhen The Doctor Falls In With An Unlikely Group Of Freedom Fighters Making That Dangerous Journey To Orkney, He Finds Himself Trapped But Not Only By The Daleks,their Robotised Henchmen And Their Human CollaboratorsBy HistoryBecause History Shows That For Another Year, Resistance Is UselessThe Rebellion Must Fail And As A Time Lord, The Doctor Can Do Nothing To Help

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10 thoughts on “Doctor Who

  1. Michael says:

    One of the problems with an audio drama featuring the Daleks is they aren t exactly the most exciting aliens to listen to for any length of time Or heaven forbid you have two or even three Daleks carrying on a lengthy conversation that includes plot details or developments.It s not to say that I don t like the Daleks They re my favorite Doctor Who adversary, but I think that in order to do them right in the audio dramas, you have to be a bitcreative than you would on TV.Give props to Mas One of the problems with an audio drama featuring the Daleks is they aren t exactly the most exciting aliens to listen to for any length of time Or heaven forbid you have two or even three Daleks carrying on a lengthy conversation that includes plot details or developments.It s not to say that I don t like the Daleks They re my favorite Doctor Who adversary, but I think that in order to do them right in the audio dramas, you have to be a bitcreative than you would on TV.Give props to Masters of Earth for at least trying to do something creative with the Daleks in the realm of Big Finish audio dramas Arriving on Earth during the Dalek occupation, the sixth Doctor is ready to jump back into the TARDIS and leave to prevent himself or Peri contaminating his own personal time line Seems he s arrived a couple of years before his first incarnation will help overthrow the Daleks and liberate the planet.But before you say Exterminate, the TARDIS sinks into a bog and the Doctor and Peri are caught up with the resistance on a cross country trip that will include encounters with RoboMen, Varga plants and the Slyther If you re a fan of 60 s Who and in particular the Dalek stories from those early days, there are a lot of nice homages to that era.But homages to an era do not a story make and it s in the story that Masters of Earth really feels like it let me down Because the Doctor can t affect any change, there s not a lot for he and Peri to do, besides avoid changing history and letting the Daleks know he s on the scene There are some interesting chases involving Daleks on gliders an homage to the 60 s comics , but overall I can t help but feel the story hadpotential than was realized in what we got here

  2. Jamie Revell says:

    The events of The Dalek Invasion of Earth have been used in a number of tie in stories including Big Finish audio before However, such stories have at least to my knowledge always been set in the aftermath of the TV story, based around Earth s attempt to rebuild, and, inevitably, some Daleks turning out still to be around somewhere This is different, in that it s set a year before the TV story, well into, but not beyond, the time of the occupation.This, inevitably, leads to a different, an The events of The Dalek Invasion of Earth have been used in a number of tie in stories including Big Finish audio before However, such stories have at least to my knowledge always been set in the aftermath of the TV story, based around Earth s attempt to rebuild, and, inevitably, some Daleks turning out still to be around somewhere This is different, in that it s set a year before the TV story, well into, but not beyond, the time of the occupation.This, inevitably, leads to a different, and rather unusual, sort of story Because he knows his earlier self will eventually face and defeat them, the Sixth Doctor has to avoid doing so on this occasion, or even giving them any foreknowledge of who he is The story avoids too much duplication of the original by being set in northern Scotland, rather than London and Bedfordshire, but it also has all the trappings of that earlier tale Robomen, the Slyther, and so on That the Doctor and Peri spend three quarters of this story on the run from the Daleks adds to the recreation of the atmosphere, and, for the same duration, the story is a largely personal one without world shaking stakes, painting a bleak picture of the Dalek Occupation.In the final quarter, we have something that sakin to a typical Dalek story, although, for bonus points, it does foreshadow an episode of the modern TV series tangentially, of course, given BF s license at the time This is, to my mind, rather less strong than the previous parts, which are stronger on atmosphere and individual peril It s also true that Peri isn t as well used here as she might be, being a fairly generic companion and mostly being threatened.I think you would have to be familiar with the Dalek stories of the 60s to really enjoy this and get all the references As well as, of course, be okay with the idea that the Doctor doesn t indeed can t save the planet at the end of the tale For me, however, these features only enhanced the atmosphere and I found it an effective prequel sequel to DIoE

  3. Christopher Buchanan says:

    A very well done, action packet Dalek story I rarely give a Dalek storythan 3 stars.

  4. Richard Harrison says:

    Bit of a let down after The Widow s Assassin which was awesome This had an awesome premise 6th Doctor lands on Dalek controlled Earth a year before the 1st Doctor will be coming to liberate it so he can t do the usual thing and save the day However, the story dodges this for a fairly standard defeat the Daleks adventure.

  5. Debra Cook says:

    The Doctor and Peri try to end the Daleks on earth without disrupting the timeline.

  6. J.M. Guillemette says:

    If you do not listen to this, you will be EXTERMINATED