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Doctor Who: The Lost TV Episodes Collection: (1965-1966) No. 2 [Audiobook] [Audio CD]

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14 Feb 2011 Doctor Who
Travel back to the early days of Doctor Who with these four adventures starring William Hartnell as the first Doctor - plus a bonus programme. Absent from the television archives, each of these stories survives only as a soundtrack recording. Now remastered, with additional linking narration, you can enjoy the adventures once more - and learn what happened to the missing episodes with a special bonus disc. "'The Daleks' Master Plan" (13 episodes, first broadcast October 1965-January 1966): The Daleks have stolen the Time Destructor, and are threatening to destroy the fabric of Time itself. In a bid to stop them, the Doctor steals the taranium core which powers the weapon. Pursued across Time and Space, the TARDIS crew are in grave danger..."The Massacre" (4 episodes, first broadcast February 1966): The TARDIS materialises in Paris in 1572, a time of great danger and religious strife. When Steven witnesses the execution of a man who uncannily resembles the Doctor, he is horrified. Can the Doctor really have been killed in front of his eyes? "The Celestial Toymaker" (4 episodes, first broadcast April 1966): The travellers arrive in the dangerous domain of the Toymaker, where their failure to win at a series of games could result in them becoming his playthings for eternity. "The Savages" (4 episodes, first broadcast May-June 1966): The TARDIS has arrived on a distant and seemingly idyllic world, but the Doctor, Steven and Dodo discover that it hides a terrible secret..."Doctor Who - The Lost Episodes" (First broadcast December 2009): What happened to the 108 missing episodes of "Doctor Who" from the 1960s? Shaun Ley investigates in this edition of "Archive on 4", plus: linking narration by Peter Purves; bonus interviews with Peter Purves; and, high quality scans, presented as PDF files, of the original BBC TV camera scripts.

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  • Audio CD: 12 pages
  • Publisher: BBC Audiobooks Ltd (14 Feb 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1408467526
  • ISBN-13: 978-1408467527
  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 14.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Volume 2 - Lets Get Cracking On With It!!! 3 Jan 2012
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Doctor Who's missing episodes will always be looked at with pain and frustration that we can no longer see these truly epic, emotional and well acted wobbly classics. In this second volume of missing episodes audio soundtracks we will be travelling back to the mid-sixties and some of the truly epic classics of Doctor Who. Here is a rundown of what is included in this collection;

1.The Daleks' Master Plan - 13 Episodes {episodes 2,5 & 10 exist}
2.The Massacre - 4 Episodes - {0 exist}
3.The Celestial Toymaker - 4 Episodes - {episode 4 exists}
4.The Savages - 4 Episodes - {0 exist}

So now thats all cleared up, on with the reviews;

The Daleks' Master Plan - Including the prelude "Mission to the Unknown" episode that was meant as a taster to this epic 5 hour long, 12 episode monster. The Master Plan is no shadow of a doubt an absolute classic in every sense of the meaning, the setting is 4000AD, our Solar System, the Milky Way is under threat from the Daleks {yet again} and their mates, the outer galaxy delagates, including Guardian of the Solar System Mavic Chen. Kevin Stoney the much missed actor who was as iconic to me in Doctor Who as the Brig, Benton and Yates is a treat in this story, this is not his greatest role, that surely you will agree goes to his character of Tobias Vaughn in The Invasion {1968} but nevertheless he is a powerhouse performer in this story and to me is its highlight. William Hartnell is on top form here also, the energy he exudes when acting is ferocious and quite enthralling, also of note should be ultimate Doctor Who face Nic Courtney in his first ever role in Who as SSS agent Bret Vyon. As always Nic puts in his best and shines during the first half of this mommoth journey.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Doctor Who: The Lost TV Episodes Collections 9 May 2013
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I have to say, without a doubt, that these stories are the best CDs I've ever owned!

Having bought all of the Doctor Who The Lost TV Episodes Collections chronologically, I have been able to fill otherwise gaping holes in my ever expanding Doctor Who DVD collection. The quality is fabulous and each story is presented in it own case with booklet and track listing. If you divide the price by how many episodes there are in each collection you will find that they are being sold at very reasonable prices per episode, meaning a good bargain for any who fan.

I am very pleased with these lost who classics both in their presentation and in their restoration, and I would recommend them all. (Doctor Who: The Lost TV Episodes: Collections 1,2,3,4,5,6)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Doctor Who The Lost TV Episodes Collection 2 9 May 2013
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Travel back to the early days of Doctor Who with these four adventures starring William Hartnell as the first Doctor - plus a bonus programme. Absent from the television archives, each of these stories survives only as a soundtrack recording. Now remastered, with additional linking narration, you can enjoy the adventures once more - and learn what happened to the missing episodes with a special bonus disc. "'The Daleks' Master Plan" (13 episodes, first broadcast October 1965-January 1966): The Daleks have stolen the Time Destructor, and are threatening to destroy the fabric of Time itself. In a bid to stop them, the Doctor steals the taranium core which powers the weapon. Pursued across Time and Space, the TARDIS crew are in grave danger..."The Massacre" (4 episodes, first broadcast February 1966): The TARDIS materialises in Paris in 1572, a time of great danger and religious strife. When Steven witnesses the execution of a man who uncannily resembles the Doctor, he is horrified. Can the Doctor really have been killed in front of his eyes? "The Celestial Toymaker" (4 episodes, first broadcast April 1966): The travellers arrive in the dangerous domain of the Toymaker, where their failure to win at a series of games could result in them becoming his playthings for eternity. "The Savages" (4 episodes, first broadcast May-June 1966): The TARDIS has arrived on a distant and seemingly idyllic world, but the Doctor, Steven and Dodo discover that it hides a terrible secret..."Doctor Who - The Lost Episodes" (First broadcast December 2009): What happened to the 108 missing episodes of "Doctor Who" from the 1960s? Shaun Ley investigates in this edition of "Archive on 4", plus: linking narration by Peter Purves; bonus interviews with Peter Purves; and, high quality scans, presented as PDF files, of the original BBC TV camera scripts
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This box set includes

The Daleks Master Plan (including Mission to the Unknown)
The Massacre
The Celestial Toymaker
The Savages

All of these are brilliant stories, with engaging plots. The quality is very good, and the narriation is exellent. It dosen't narrate too much making it feel nitty-gritty, it narrates exactly what you need filling in, and no more.As well as the stories there is a documentary and aome interviews. At first you may think it's a rip-off price, but if u think about it your getting each story for about 10, plus extras. So it's defintley worth the price. I would defintley reccomend these stories to any Doctor Who fan.
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