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Summary

Five classic novelisations of TV adventures featuring Cybermen, Yeti and Ice Warriors!

In Doctor Who and the Cybermen by Gerry Davis, a weather control station on the moon comes under attack from a deadly army of Cybermen. In Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen by the same author, a party of archaeologists uncovers a vast reserve of dormant Cybermen - who then come terrifyingly to life.

In Doctor Who and the Abominable Snowmen by Terrance Dicks, a lonely Himalayan monastery falls prey to powerful robotic Yeti.

Doctor Who and the Ice Warriors takes us to the future, when an alien from Mars is found preserved in a glacier.

In Doctor Who: Earthshock by Eric Saward, the Cybermen are intent upon sabotaging a galactic peace conference.

Read by Anneke Wills, Michael Kilgarriff, David Troughton, Frazer Hines and Peter Davison, with Cyberman voices by Nicholas Briggs, these stories feature the Second and Fifth Doctors.

Each purchase is accompanied by a PDF booklet featuring full cast and credits, chapter-by-chapter navigation, and sleeve notes for each book by David J. Howe.

Doctor Who and the Cybermen by Gerry Davis is read by Anneke Wills. Novelisation © Gerry Davis & Kit Pedler 1974.

Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen by Gerry Davis is read by Michael Kilgarriff. Novelisation © Gerry Davis & Kit Pedler 1978.

Doctor Who and the Abominable Snowmen by Terrance Dicks is read by David Troughton. Novelisation © Terrance Dicks 1974, original script © Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln 1968.

Doctor Who and the Ice Warriors by Brian Hayles is read by Frazer Hines. Novelisation © Brian Hayles 1976.

Doctor Who: Earthshock by Ian Marter is read by Peter Davison. Novelisation © Ian Marter 1983; original script © Eric Saward 1982.

Sound design by Simon Power.

TARDIS sound effect by Brian Hodgson.

Executive producer: Michael Stevens.

Cover illustration by Chris Achilleos.

BBC logo © BBC 1996.

Doctor Who logo © BBC 2014.

A stereo recording.

MCPS.

Digital Edition Chapter Listing:

Doctor Who and the Cybermen
Files 001 - 011

Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen
Files 012 - 025

Doctor Who and the Abominable Snowmen
Files 026 - 037

Doctor Who and the Ice Warriors
Files 038 - 047

Doctor Who: Earthshock
Files 048 - 057

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio on our desktop site.

©2018 BBC Worldwide Ltd (P)2018 BBC Worldwide Ltd

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Audiobooks are a godsend

A very engaging selection of stories. If you like Dr Who then this is for you.

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brilliant

all are great but Peter Davisons reading of earthshock was the best. the end is so much better than that televised

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great book

I really enjoyed listening to this audio book it reminded me of when I was young watching the show

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Doctor Who heaven

Every story in this collection was pure gold, both story wise and in the wonderful deliveries of the narrators

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enjoyed that

Fantastic, a couple of shakey accents but enough for you to get the gist.
Definitely going to be listening to more.
Right bring on the Autons.

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Excellent set of stories

Really enjoyed this collection. well written and narrated. will be purchasing other sets of these.

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wonderful old school

Brilliantly evocative stories. My favourite? The second doctor offerings. This is for any fan of the genre.

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Peter Davidson story

David Troughton sounds so much like the second doctor that you feel your listening to Patrick

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Superb dramatisations

Some really excellent dramatisations of classic Doctor Who stories, read by the good and the great from the series.

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Engaging story

Great stories,
Let down by a truly terrible Scottish accent attempt by the narrator. Really bad.

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  • 03-07-20

Fun except last story.

All of the stories are great except “Earth Shock”. “Earth Shock” was a huge disappointment in the Doctor Who cannon. It was when the Doctor first let one of his companions die.

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