Doctor Who: Eleventh Doctor Tales

  • by Oli Smith
  • Narrated by Arthur Darvill, Matt Smith, Meera Syal
  • 17 hrs and 44 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

Matt Smith, Arthur Darvill and Meera Syal are among the readers of this exclusive collection of original audio adventures.
Join the Eleventh Doctor on journeys in time and space in the stories 'The Runaway Train' by Oli Smith, 'The Ring of Steel' by Stephen Cole, 'The Jade Pyramid' by Martin Day, 'The Hounds of Artemis' by James Goss, 'The Gemini Contagion' by Jason Arnopp, 'Eye of the Jungle' by Darren Jones, 'Blackout' by Oli Smith, 'The Art of Death' by James Goss, 'Darkstar Academy' by Mark Morris, 'Day of the Cockroach' by Steve Lyons, 'The Nu-Humans' by Cavan Scott and Mark Wright, 'The Empty House' by Simon Guerrier, 'Sleepers in the Dust' by Darren Jones and 'Snake Bite' by Scott Handcock.
The readers are Matt Smith, Arthur Darvill, Clare Corbett, Meera Syal, David Troughton, Stuart Milligan, Raquel Cassidy, Alexander Armstrong and Frances Barber.
Duration: 15 hours approx.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Excellent

What did you like most about Doctor Who: Eleventh Doctor Tales?

The stories where all interesting, thought provoking, energetic, thrilling and in some places a tiny bit scarey


What was one of the most memorable moments of Doctor Who: Eleventh Doctor Tales?

the very beginning of "The art of death" when the voice says "Penelope" I found that a little scary. and "Darkstar Academy" stood out for me as well.


What three words best describe the narrators’s voice?

Some brilliant, some not so good


Any additional comments?

I wished that the chapter's would show the story title so I could choose which story I wanted to listen too rather than having to guess, the same can be said for a lot of collections. It is nice for the first time to listen to it all the way through but after I like to be able to choose what I want to listen to, which is difficult when you don't know where anything is.

Also some of the readers where trying to accents and put on the characters voice unsuccessfully, I think I would rather they just read in their normal voice than trying to do a character of accents unsuccessfully.

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- Rachel Corey

Generally loved it

15 stories, 12 of which I loved. 1 I couldn't listen to. In the main the narration is brilliant, especially when Matt Smith or Arthur Darville as both are simply and utterly wonderful to listen to and they read quite a few between them!! Other narrators are good and enjoyable too so well worth the credit to get this.

With 15 stories I won't even begin to provide any overview of storylinras but suffice to say they are mainly excellent.The reason I dropped a star is my issue with choices of female narrators. I've nothing against female narrators doing Dr who, I mean Catherine Tate was so good in the 10th tales that I have relistened to her stories 2-3 times. But in this book there was one narrator in particular who sounded like she was reading a chic lit story - as I was listening I looked the story up and found that it was written by a chic lit novelist, I mean, just why???? after 20 minutes I simply switched to the next story because I couldn't bear to hear her do male voices anymore.
Thankfully it moved straight into a great story read by Arthur Darville and we were back on track.
Well worth getting for the majority of good stuff and I'll be listening to those stories again.
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- Victoria Elizabeth

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-10-2016
  • Publisher: BBC Worldwide Ltd.