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Dr Who Companion Chronicles CD (Big Finish) 3.3 The Doll of Death Audio CD – Audiobook, 30 Sep 2008


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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (30 Sept. 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1844353524
  • ISBN-13: 978-1844353521
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 1 x 12.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 628,772 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timelord-007 TOP 500 REVIEWER on 24 Oct. 2014
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Doctor Who: The Companion Chronicles, The Doll of Death (Audio).
Doctor: Third Doctor
Companion: Jo Grant
Featuring: Brigader Lethbridge Stewart, Mike Yates, Benton
Main setting: London, the 1970s and the 2000s
Writer: Marc Platt
Director: Lisa Bowerman
Release number: 3.3
Format: 1xCD
Running Time 60 Minutes

Extras.
Trailer
Behind the scenes interviews

Cast.
Jo Grant - Katy Manning
Mrs Killebrew - Jane Goddard

Trivia.
1)Jo is concerned about her husband Clifford Jones' blood pressure.
2)Jo is staying in a London hotel as she is attending a climate conference.
3)Cliff has gained a professorship and has been given an MBE.
4)According to Jo, alien invasions always seemed to occur on Fridays.
5)Mike Yates refers to Jo as "Jemima Bond, Licence to Spill."
6)Jo was 18 years old when she began working for UNIT.
7)Jo describes the Doctor as a "whirlwind in a frilly shirt."
8)The Doctor is now a British citizen.
9)Jo describes Sgt. Benton as "quite a sweetie." He has recently bought a new Allegro & wears a corduroy jacket with purple flares.
10)This was the first time that Katy Manning had reprised her role as Jo Grant since her departure in (TV: The Green Death in 1973).

What's Up Doc?
While investigating a temporal anomaly in Central London, the Doctor & Jo Grant meet Professor Harold Saunders, a man who possesses an unstable alien artefact, & who is seemingly haunted by the ghosts of dolls.

Who is the mysterious Mrs Killebrew? Why is a pack of hounds hunting them in reverse? & can Jo pick up any bargains while backwards shopping on Oxford Street?

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Oct. 2008
third in the latest series of doctor who audios that are talking books, and feature an actor who played a doctor who companion on tv reprising their role to tell an all new tale. they are talking books that run for roughly seventy minutes, split into two episodes. the format involves the actor reading the story, and there's always one other actor in it with them doing a single speaking part.

this one is the turn of katy manning, to reprise the role of jo grant, whom she played opposite jon pertwee's doctor who in the 1970's. as usual with this series she does very good takes on the voices of the regular actors whom she worked alongside, not out and out impersations but good mimicry.

the story involves jo grant in the present day remembering an adventure that occurred back when she was with the doctor. the discovery of time fluctations leads to the doctor finding an alien artefact in the possession of a man who is loath to give it up. several parties would like it for various reasons, and when the object is used it has a bizarre effect on time. can jo and her friends get things back to normal and help someone get back home?

the script is a splendid recreation of the style of the pertwee era, and katy manning does an excellent reading, clearly enjoying doing it. one continuing minor flaw with this range does rear it's head in that one again the episodes are a bit too long for their own good. this is not really a problem with the thirty two minute long part one, which packs in a lot of good story detail and is very involving with an excellent cliffhanger, but come the forty minutes of part two, which involves some complicated time shenanigans, the pace does drop off a little, and you really will have to work hard as a listener to keep a grip on the story.
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Entertaining entry with a touch of Ace of Wands about it. Good role for Jo Grant although UNIT rather in background for some of the tale. Time bending plot serviceable but offers little new. all round a competent production well acted.
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A Fantastic Production 21 Jun. 2014
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This great production deals with a tablet that enables time travel and a being that wants to return to her own dimension and Jo wants to help her but should she?

This is a brilliantly written script that deals with a great concept with this backwards flowing time world, living toys, and more. Katy Manning does a perfect job. She manages to really be a fabulous Jo Grant, an older wiser middle aged Jo and does a great impression of the third doctor and the Brigadier, giving us a great feel for who those characters are even if the voices didn't match.

Overall, this is a suspenseful and exciting story that is worth a listen for any fan of Doctor Who.
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