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The Juggernauts (Doctor Who) Audio CD – Audiobook, 14 Jan 2005

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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (14 Jan. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9781844351015
  • ISBN-13: 978-1844351015
  • ASIN: 1844351017
  • Product Dimensions: 14.3 x 1.1 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 661,578 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This is the sixty fifth release from Big Finish in their range of full cast audio adventures starring classic Doctor Whos. It stars Colin Baker as 6, Bonnie Langford as Mel and Terry Molloy as Davros. There are 4 episodes, roughly 25-30 minutes each, complete with original theme music between each, and cliff hanger endings. Two episodes per disc on 2 discs.

Davros is once again up top his old tricks building a race of super robots, this time adapted from Mechanoids (an old foe of the 1st Doctor's). But are is aims as altruistic as he claims? And what lies at the heart of the new machines? And why can't Mel see him for the man he really is?

Following up the stupendous audio play `Davros' was always going to be a tall order, and by and large Big Finish have pulled it off. It's a good entertaining listen, with some great moments especially between Molloy and Baker, who really strike sparks off each other as the oldest of adversaries. There are also some good moments for Bonnie Langford, who shows just what a good actress she is and what Mel's TV presence could have been like if written better. With some great plot twists along the way, and Baker just about managing to steal every scene (and up against some stiff opposition in that department in the form of Molloy) with his trademark mixture of egotism and compassion, this is a classic little adventure that will please long term fans familiar with every monster and casual listeners alike. 5 stars.
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I thought this to be an excellent example of how to do a Doctor Who episode with characters given little screentime in the past. I admit, i don't know much about the mechanoids (haven't seen their original story) but their presence here is good, with that strange programmed voice. They have a degree of threat surrounding them which can be chilling at times. Of course, Molloy's Davros is brilliant, sounding just as manic as he ever was. Colin Baker is fantastic (as usual) but Mel (Bonnie Langford) shines, presenting some true acting moments that she never got a chance to exhibit in the series. The plot is good, keeping me guessing throughout, and the plot twists (all brought in with The Trial of a Time Lord sting) made the hairs on my neck stand up. I thoroughly enjoyed this venture, and readily admit its one of my favourite audios. The only thing that bothers me (and this really is pernickity) is that the Daleks aren't voiced by their original artist. Okay, Nicolas Briggs does a so-so job, but nothing can beat Roy Skelton.
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Colin Baker, Terry Molloy, and Nicholas Briggs deserves kudos for making do with a sorry script. Even their immense voiceover talent and charisma could not make up for such a confused and meandering script. Get it from the clearance bin.
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Not the best story, Daleks deserve better still maybe only for completists only or maybe hardcore doctor who fans. still its not all bad...
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I love the script;; I listened it many times and I still enjoy it. The only problem is that the voices of the Daleks are less frightening than in the other audio adventures. It's a good transition between "revelation of the Daleks" and "Remembrance of the Daleks".
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"In a small mining colony on the dark and distant planet of Lethe, events are occurring - the results of which could dramatically affect things on a universal scale. For within the dingy corridors of the artifical biosphere, the lone survivor of a devastating crash has expertly wormed his way into the lives of the colony's personnel.
"A scientist known as Davros.
"Separated from one another across space and time, the Doctor and Mel find themselves in very different predicaments: Mel has been employed on Lethe, while the Doctor has been imprisoned aboard an alien spacecraft. Both situations are inexorably linked, however, and at the apex of the two sits Davros and the terrifying possibility even more powerful than the Daleks!
"Rescuing Mel and stopping Davros should be the Doctor's primary goals, but could it be that this time, Mel does not wish to be rescued? And might Davros actually be working on something for the benefit of the civilised galaxies...?"

"The Juggernauts", by Scott Alan Woodward, is a complicated number that not only features Davros and the Daleks, but also brings back the Mechonoids (last seen in the 1960s in "The Chase"), albeit this time branded by their "creator" Davros as the eponymous Juggernauts. In a manner similar to Big Finish's earlier play "Davros", the Dalek creator purports to be working for the benefit of civilisation rather than to its detriment, but this time he is in disguise (having duped the colonists of Lethe, including Mel, into believing that he is human and having won their trust, giving actor Terry Molloy another chance to play the role using his normal, unmodified voice).
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