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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (Jan. 2014)
  • ISBN-10: 1781780897
  • ISBN-13: 978-1781780893
  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 1 x 12.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timelord-007 TOP 500 REVIEWER on 2 Feb. 2014
Format: Audio CD
Dedicated to the lovely Keen Reader who has been a good supporter of my review's & has great taste in Timelords.

CD Info.

2xCD of a 2 part story, Running time 120 minutes,Trailer, Behind the scenes interviews.

Trivia.

1)This is one of a few Companion Chronicles to run to 120 minutes instead of the usual 60 minutes.
2)Juliet Landau dad is actor Martin Landau famous for his roles in Mission Impossible & Space 1999.
3)Juliet Landau played eccentric vampire Drussila in season 2 of Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

Review.

Searching for the final segment of the Key To Time The Doctor & Romana arrive in the Tardis in ancient Rome were the Doctor seems to be more interested in the latest Plautus play & meeting the great playwright than search for the key's final segment.

While Romana II in the far future will experience her own adventure in Rome which will have echoes to her past & a final confrontation with Quadrigger Stoyn who has been waiting all these year's to seek his revenge upon the Doctor!

Can Romanas past & present aid the Doctor against Stoyn & his final planned attack on the Timelord?

Timelord Thoughts.

This story was due to feature Mary Tamm but sadly she passed away before having a chance to record her part.

Although to Big Finish credit she is honoured in a little cameo sequence at the beginning of this adventure.

Mary's part as Romana is well rewritten as Big Finish have cast Juliet Landau as a future incarnation of Romana to narrate Mary's part in the play by narrating what would've been Mary's part in the story.
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By Keen Reader TOP 50 REVIEWER on 1 July 2014
Format: Audio CD
This is the third and final instalment in the trilogy featuring Quadrigger Stoyn, a native Gallifreyan who got caught up in the Doctor's escape (The Beginning) and who again met up with the Doctor in The Dying Light. This is also a Companion Chronicle style story, but it differs from the usual Companion Chronicles in that it is a four part story over two whole cds.

In this story, the adventure features the Fourth Doctor and is narrated by two of his companions - two versions of the timelady Romana, who travelled with the Doctor initially to find the segments of the Key to Time. The first part of the story is narrated by a future incarnation of Romana (played by Juliet Landau) who remembers her first incarnation (originally played by the late and much lamented Mary Tamm) travelling with the Doctor and landing in ancient Rome. There she met up with an odd little man who played on her sympathy - but by the time she finds out who he is it may be too late for her and the Doctor. In the second part of the story, Romana in her second incarnation (as played by Lalla Ward) narrates a time when she and the Fourth Doctor met up with Quadrigger. At the end of the second part of the story the timelines of the first and second Romanas get interwoven and the third and fourth parts of the story are narrated by both. The other part in this story, Quadrigger Stoyn is performed by Terry Molloy.

I enjoyed this story; it had a great feel to it, with timelines being crossed, different times and Romanas getting mixed up with Stoyn.
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Not that keen on Romana's third regeneration - seemed a bit pointless really.
Lalla was good. The story wasn't the best I'd ever heard to be honest - boy' am I getting tired of 'The Key To Time' arc but not bad after all!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Feb. 2014
Format: Audio CD
Latest Doctor Who companion chronicle. These are a range of talking books which feature an actor who played a companion to the Doctor on tv returning to the role to read an all new adventure for their character.

They do all the voices save one, which is done by a guest actor.

The stories are usually two parters, of roughly thirty minutes each, and complete on a single cd.

This one however slightly breaks the format. Because the seventh release of each season of these has, for a few years now, been a four part story, spread over two cd's.

Luna Romana concludes the 'Quadrigger Stoyn' trilogy. Which began with The Beginning (Doctor Who: The Companion Chronicles) and which has seen the Doctor deal with Stoyn, a man accidentally carried along in the wake of him leaving Gallifrey, at several different points in his timeline.

It's beat to hear the trilogy as a whole, to get the most out of Luna Romana, so casual listeners may slightly struggle with this one if they haven't heard the Beginning.

Luna Romana was originally written to feature both Mary Tamm and Lalla Ward, who played the two different incarnations of the time lady we saw on tv. But unfortunately Mary Tamm's passing put paid to those plans.

So the story has been re-written somewhat, in order for it to go ahead and also act as a tribute to her.

The narration is split between Lalla Ward and Juliet Landau [Who played Drusilla in the tv show 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer']. She plays a future incarnation of Romana - thus reprising a role she performed in a recent 'Gallifrey' audio.
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Five Stars 8 Nov. 2014
By deverill weekes - Published on Amazon.com
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Juliet Landau is amazing as the new Romana
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