Summary

This great collection contains the soundtracks of three television adventures in which the Doctor and friends travel back in Time and get caught up in events in history. The three stories (The Myth Makers, The Massacre, and The Highlanders) find the TARDIS in Ancient Greece, 16th Century France, and 18th Century Scotland.
William Hartnell stars as the Doctor in The Myth Makers and The Massacre, whilst Patrick Troughton steps into the role for The Highlanders. Linking narration is provided by Peter Purves and Frazer Hines.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ned on 19-04-07

Bargain lost adventures

If you like Doctor Who, you need this bundle. Firstly, all 3 of these adventures are lost. These are amateur tape recordings of the show given the very best sound remastering and a linking narration from one of the show's companions. The format works very well with the narration being brief, to the point and quite charming. Also, your imagination probably paints a better picture than some of the sets did back in the day.

Secondly, despite all 3 of these adventures being historical, there's a great deal of variety. The Myth Makers takes an ironic look at legend and provides inspiration for the current interpretation of the Doctor.

Finally, all 3 of these tales see changes to the Tardis crew. There's the departure of Vicki, Dodo's debut and the arrival of Jamie. Wondeful classics at a bargain price.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By andrew on 21-03-12

all for one

loved all three stories, excellent value for money, all three stories worth 5 stars each

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5 out of 5 stars
By Derek on 28-08-07

Good Who

I read another review saying how horrible this audiobook is. I completely disagree. This isn't an audiobook in that somebody is reading a book. It is an actual sound recording of THREE lost Dr. Who episodes with linking narration on each to help to explain what is happening and for a Dr. Who fan this is a must. The telesnap reconstructions give me headache, this I can listen to my car or any place and get a feel for what the episode was like without the headache. On the plus side I'm saved the poor quality sets and am able to create my own. Until the video/film records of the lost episodes are found (if they ever are) this is so far the best way to enjoy them.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 01-02-13

good classic who

What made the experience of listening to Doctor Who the most enjoyable?

revisiting some of the early Dr. Who stories

Who was your favorite character and why?

Steven -- as one of the Dr.'s early companions, he is quite different from Rose and others, yet one sees similarities too.

Which scene was your favorite?

The dr complaining about the horse was pretty funny

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Two -- both times leaving while chaos took over

Any additional comments?

worthwhile for anyone who is interested in early Dr. Who.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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