Season 34 – Production code 18DW4
Written by Thomas Himinez
The Doctors need your help! The Master has stolen the funds from the Children In Need Charity and has hidden it in the dimension of human greed, along with one of the Doctor’s selves and a hapless constable. The only way to free the funds and save the Doctor and constable is to give to the charity Children In Need and prove that human generosity is alive and well!
Running time 30 minutes
Season 37 – Production code 18DWA182
Written by James Durkin
Nine former companions
And one MONSTER the Doctor has faced throughout his lives, but never this directly…
Celebrating 30 Years of The Doctor Who Audio Dramas
Running time 246 minutes
Season 35 – Production code 19DWA173
Written by Jack Morrissey
The world is getting colder. This Christmas, it’s snowing in Hawaii. But it isn’t global cooling, global warming, or any other weather effect. It’s much more sinistar than that.
Man isn’t behind these terrible weather events. It isn’t even mankind. It’s something else…or someone else. Earth is their target. They only need to make a slight change to make it their perfect home.
Running time 46 minutes
Season 35 – Production code 11DWA172
Written by Kryon Mallett
“Now, all my young Dookies and Duchesses,
Take warning from what I do say
Mind all is your own as you touchesses,
Or you’ll join us in Botany Bay.”
– Stephens and Yardley, Botany Bay, 1885
It’s Sydney Town, 1795, an isolated penal settlement less than a decade old and bitterly divided along class and racial lines. Survival, let alone success, is not yet assured. The natives have been driven out of the cove and the first emancipated convicts are now taking up land selections. But how much do these European castaways know about what lurks in a truly alien environment?
“If you don’t let me go Governor, everyone in this colony will be dead within the next week.”
– The Doctor
A well meaning but inept Governor, his resilient daughter, an elitist and racist marine garrison, a “civilised” native trapped between the European and Aboriginal worlds, a fallen aristocrat, a light-fingered urchin from the streets of London, and two mysterious visitors from elsewhere, are about to face an adversary older than the land itself…an adversary which has been growing unchecked on the lost continent at the edge of the world for over a millennia.
“There are no innocents aside from my children, Doctor. The Quinkins are to rid this place of the outsiders. You should not have interfered. Seize the Doctor, my children. Seize him! The Doctor must die!!!”
– The Dreamer
Running time 86 minutes
Timetalk interview, featuring Lee Sands.