Planet of the Daleks
 

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Starring: Jon Pertwee, Mark Gatiss & Nicholas Briggs
By:Terrance Dicks
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Editions:  cassette | CD
Note:Audio reading of Terrance Dicks' 1976 novelisation.

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Edition: cassette
When:  June 1995
ISBN:0-563-38826-9
Format: 1 x cassette
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Note:  This abridged reading by Jon Pertwee was later re-released in MP3-CD format as part of the compilation Tales from the TARDIS: Volume 2.

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Jon Pertwee reads Planet of the Daleks, novelized by Terrance Dicks.

Alone with the injured and unconscious Doctor, Jo Grant ventures onto the planet Spiridon to find help.

But in the lush undergrowth there lurks disease, poisonous plants, invisible enemies and, most sinister of all, an army of Daleks waiting in secret for the signal to mobilise... and conquer.

Abridged. Running time 90 minutes.

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Edition: CD
Title:  Doctor Who and the Planet of the Daleks
When:  June 2013
ISBN:978-1-4713-4656-9
Format: 3 x CD
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Note:  This is a brand-new unabridged reading by Mark Gatiss.

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Mark Gatiss reads this exciting novelisation of a classic Doctor Who adventure, with Dalek voices by Nicholas Briggs

Jo peered through the panel and saw — nothing. Yet someone had entered the cabin. She could hear hoarse breathing and steady padding footsteps. A beaker rose in the air of its own accord, then dropped to the floor.

After pursuing the Daleks through space, Doctor Who lands on the planet of Spiridon, in the midst of a tropical jungle... and finds more than Daleks. Vicious plants spitting deadly poison, invisible Spiridons attacking from all sides and, in hiding, a vast army awaits... for the moment to mobilise and conquer.

Mark Gatiss, who has written and appeared in several Doctor Who episodes, reads Terrance Dicks' complete and unabridged novelisation, first published by Target Books in 1976.



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