Newly out today are the latest main range Doctor Who releases, Daleks Among Us and 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men.
Written by Alan Barnes, Doctor Who: Daleks Among Us concludes the latest Seventh Doctor trilogy in fine style, with Klein (Tracey Childs) making some key discoveries about who she is and a fight for control of the Persuasion device, hotly contested by the Daleks and their creator, Davros - taking on the Seventh Doctor on audio for the first time! Sylvester McCoy returns as the Doctor (who he played on TV from 1987-1989 and in 1996), with Terry Molloy back as Davros and Nicholas Briggs once more providing Dalek voices.
Also now available is our first release celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Doctor Who: 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men. When the Fifth Doctor takes Nyssa to see The Beatles, he discovers that they've vanished from history, replaced in everything but name by The Common Men. Who are this trio, and can the Doctor put history back on its proper path? Peter Davison (1981-1984 on TV) returns as the Fifth Doctor, joined by Sarah Sutton as TV companion Nyssa, and the guest cast includes Radio 4 The Now Show star Mitch Benn alongside David Dobson and Andrew Knott as The Common Men, and Plebs/Up the Women/New Who star Ryan Sampson as Lenny.
Both titles are available for download now, and CDs will be sent out today.
It's a new Who's Round, Toby Hadoke's Doctor Who 50th anniversary quest to get an anecdote about every single episode of Doctor Who to date. In this instalment, Toby looks back a full fifty years.