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1001 Nights (Doctor Who) by Emma Beeby, Gordon Rennie, Jonathan Barnes, Catherine Harvey on 31/12/2012 unknown edition Audio CD

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  • ASIN: B00BW8R07U
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By Victor HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 24 July 2014
This is the hundred and sixty eighth release from Big Finish in their range of full cast audio adventures starring classic Doctor Whos. It stars Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton as Five and Nyssa. There are four episodes, roughly 30 minutes each, complete with cliffhangers and original theme music between each. Two episodes per disc on 2 discs, and a short booklet with some pictures of the cast and production notes. There are some interviews with cast and crew at the end of the second disc and a few minutes of the soundtrack at the end of disc 1. This is one of the compendium style releases in the range which have served Nyssa and the Fifth Doctor either very well (Circular Time) or very poorly (Demons of Red Lodge) in the past. This release is middling, neither hitting the heights nor being truly dreadful. It is an OK listen and passes a couple of hours inoffensively enough.

The framing device for the four stories is that Nyssa is taking on the role of Scherezade, telling tales to the Sultan in order to keep the Doctor alive. Thus we get four rather different tales of the Doctor. The tales however are not quite as interesting as the snippets of framing device or the final segment in which everything coalesces and a final thrilling showdown is reached. Extra marks for this release for giving Nyssa such a prominent role, and one which really allows her to shine. There hasn’t been enough solo Nyssa in the main range since the reintroduction of Tegan and Turlough, and a decent part for her is always welcome. And the finale is a great idea, showing that indeed, there can only be the one Doctor. The play also earns marks for the appearance of Alexander Siddig as the Sultan and Nadim Sawalha as the Doctor’s fellow prisoner.
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