WhoTalk: Adventures in Time Commentaries
 

No. 10 of 13 in the WhoTalk commentary CDs series
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Starring: Maureen O'Brien, William Russell, Julian Glover & Brian Hodgson
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When:  30 August 2017
ISBN:978-1-78196-287-9
Format: 2 x CD
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Note:  DVD commentary for the surviving episodes of First Doctor historical stories The Aztecs, The Crusade and The Romans. One of a series of similar WhoTalk commentary CDs. A signed special edition of this release bundled with The Claws of Axos Commentary is exclusively available from the Fantom Films website, including a bonus disc with additional commentaries from The Crusades and The Time Meddler by Maureen O'Brien and William Russell.

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From its inception in 1963, Doctor Who's unique format allowed adventures not only in the modern age, but also the chance for audiences to be transported back in time to iconic periods of history, or flung forward and out into the furthermost reaches of space and all the weird and wonderful worlds of the galaxy and beyond.

Adventures In Time contains commentaries for individual episodes from some of Doctor Who's historical escapes starring William Hartnell, including The Aztecs, The Romans, The Crusade and a bonus interview on Marco Polo.

Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features Maureen O'Brien, William Russell, Julian Glover, Petra Markham, George Little, Ian Cullen, Clive Doig, Brian Hodgson and Kay Patrick.

These CDs can be enjoyed on their own or played in conjunction with the official BBC DVD release.
These commentaries contain no BBC copyrighted elements and do not feature audio from the episodes themselves.



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