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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (30 April 2012)
  • ISBN-10: 1844356159
  • ISBN-13: 978-1844356157
  • Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 0.6 x 12.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 166,696 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Iain McClumpha on 30 April 2012
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As the title of my review says, I feel this and the others in the Fourth Doctor series are way too short.

While this series of Fourth Doctor plays are wonderful and evoke memories of the late 70s in my mind, they are just too fast, and over far too quickly. I don't know why they've made them so short, but it's in danger of spoiling my enjoyment of the series. On TV in 1977 you had character development over the 4-6 episodes. Yes there were the odd 2 parters, but they were with a very small cast and certainly didn't involve lots of locations and running around.

Take this Dalek tale for example - it is truly wonderful, and as has been said in another review, the Daleks have just the right amount of menace and panic... but just as you get into it, it's over. I find this with the TV version since 2005 too... 45 minutes does "Doctor Who" no justice whatsoever, likewise Tom really needs more than a hour per story.

It's that which has forced me to only give this 4 stars rather than the 5.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tim Bradley on 18 Aug. 2014
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The Daleks are back! Tom Baker's Doctor fights them again!

I was excited by the announcement of these new Fourth Doctor adventures from Big Finish. I was equally excited when discovering in the first season with Leela, the Doctor would be facing the Daleks again. This is a real treat as it wouldn't be worth Tom Baker's return to `Doctor Who' in Big Finish without facing the Daleks again. Also this is the first time Leela gets to meet the Daleks, and I was really looking forward to listening to this audio adventure where the Doctor and Leela face the Daleks in the same adventure.

Of course Tom Baker's Doctor has already met the Daleks before on TV in the stories 'Genesis of the Daleks' and 'Destiny of the Daleks'. `Genesis of the Daleks' is a classic story and one of my favourites from the Tom Baker era. Although the Doctor faced the Daleks with their creator Davros in both stories, so it was refreshing to have the Daleks on their own and with their owns plan at their cunning and evil best. This was the first story Tom Baker recorded for Big Finish as the Doctor and it's a cracking good one.

This is a two-part story by Nicholas Briggs who writes, directs and does the voices of the Daleks at the same time. Even for two episodes it kept me hooked all the way through as it's an exciting romp of an adventure with the Doctor and Leela..

The story is about the Doctor taking to Leela to Earth in the TARDIS where he hopes they'll end up in London in the year 2015. But instead they end up in London, 2025.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timelord-007 TOP 500 REVIEWER on 27 Oct. 2013
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Doctor Who: Energy Of The Daleks.

Product Info.
2xCD's
2 - Episodes
Running Time 60 Minutes

CD Extras.
Trailer
Behind The Scenes Interviews

Positive.
1)A great written Dalek adventure by Nicholas Briggs who also directs & voices the Daleks.
2)Tom Baker gives a magnetic performance as the Fourth Doctor, Oh why didn't you do these audio adventures years ago Tom?

Negative.
1)The running time hampers the plot & it's structure due to having it's plot crammed into the two episodes of a 60 minutes running time.

Trivia.
1)Mark Benton appeared as Clive in new Doctor Who series 1 episode Rose.
2)This was Tom Bakers first story to be recorded for Big Finish but the fourth to be released of Series 1 of the Fourth Doctor adventures.
3)Dan Starkey plays Kevin Winston is the Sontaran warrior Strax in series 6 & 7 of Matt Smiths Eleventh Doctor era & voices the Sontarans for Big Finish.
4)Writer/Actor John Dorney plays a Robomen.

What's Up Doc?
The Doctor & Leela arrive in the Tardis in London 2025 in a time were there is protesting against Global Sphere Corporation's plans to test it's equipment by using solar panels on the moon reflected back by a satellite on the National Gallery back to earth as power from the moon may help stop the energy crisis thats bringing the world to the brink of global disaster.

The Doctor however suspects something untoward is going on having traced an energy signal nearby.

The Doctor's oldest enemy's are watching, Waiting to wage war on planet earth wiping out the entire human race once & for all.

The Daleks are back.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 14 May 2012
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Latest Doctor Who audio play to feature Tom Baker as the Doctor and Louise Jameson as his companion Leela.

This is the fourth in a series of them. All releases so far have pretty much stood on their own, though, so casual listeners would be able to pick this up and get into it quite easily. There is a linking theme to them of the Doctor educating Leela, but that has little bearing on this story.

It runs for two episodes of twenty nine minutes each [approx] and is complete on a single cd.

The story sees the Doctor and Leela arriving in London in the near future. Where they find people protesting against a corporation that claims to have a way to solve a global energy crisis. Those who protest are ruthlessly oppressed. But the Doctor has detected a mysterious and strangely familiar energy reading.

Old enemies of his are nearby. Could the scheme to save the world actually bring about it's doom?

This was the first of these to be recorded, but regular listeners to them may not even notice, as Tom Baker and Louise Jameson do feel settled in their roles right from the off, and the script does give some excellent character moments and strong dialogue. Some of it is pretty funny as well.

It's a very traditional Doctor Who story in style. With scheming Daleks. Humans on the side of authority versus those who aren't, in a style that could have come from a third doctor story. And lots of running around and the Doctor doing frightfully clever things.

Whilst the quality of the acting and the style of the story does carry it along nicely enough, it does drift a little in the middle of part two.
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