Out Now: Classic Doctor Who Audiobooks

This month sees the release of several Doctor Who audiobook adventures with a classic tale featuring the Master and a boxset of adventures with the Second, Third and Fourth Doctors.

The Mind of Evil

Available now, The Mind of Evil sees eminent scientist Emil Keller develop a revolutionary new process for the treatment of hardened criminals. His invention, the Keller Machine, is heralded as a major scientific breakthrough. But Professor Keller is in truth the Master, and the Keller Machine is much more than a mere machine. Soon the Doctor, Jo, the Brigadier and UNIT are involved in a bitter struggle with the Master, an alien mind parasite, and a diabolical scheme to plunge the world into a Third World War…

Richard Franklin, who played Captain Mike Yates in the BBC TV series, reads Terrance Dicks’s novelisation of a 1971 TV serial by Don Houghton.

Doctor Who: The Mind of Evil is available on CD now for £19.99

Doctor Who: Classic TV Adventures – Collection One

Also available now is the Doctor Who: Classic TV Adventures – Collection One, which stars Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker as the Doctor in seven narrated full-cast TV soundtracks of classic Doctor Who TV serials.

The stories are:

  • The Tomb of the Cybermen — narrated by Frazer Hines.
  • Doctor Who and the Silurians — narrated by Caroline John.
  • The Sea Devils — narrated by Katy Manning.
  • The Curse of Peladon — narrated by Katy Manning.
  • The Monster of Peladon — narrated by Elisabeth Sladen.
  • The Pirate Planet — narrated by John Leeson.
  • Destiny of the Daleks — narrated by Lalla Ward.

Also includes bonus interviews with the narrators in which they each recall their time as the Doctor’s companion in the BBC TV series.

Doctor Who: Classic TV Adventures – Collection One is available to buy now on CD for £32.99

  • TimeChaser

    If only Audible books weren’t so pricey. But I’ll probably still get a subscription eventually so I can enjoy these. Especially with one I was never able to get in printed form.