New audio adventures for the Twelfth Doctor
If you need something to keep your withdrawal symptoms at bay until Series 10 hits our screens, look no further than this range of original audio adventures featuring the 12th Doctor.
The first story, The Lost Angel, was released in January, while The Lost Planet landed earlier this month. Further instalments - The Lost Magic, The Lost Flame, Death Among the Stars and Rhythm of Destruction – will follow in May, July, September and November, respectively. Each story is read by a former Doctor Who cast member/guest star and features two new companions, Brandon and Alex.
The Lost Angel
Written by George Mann & Cavan Scott
Read by Kerry Shale – OUT NOW
All Alex Yow wants is to become a photo-journalist and break her first story. All Brandon Yow wants is for his sister to keep out of trouble and come home. But that’s not going to happen, because Alex has taken a picture of a statue. A statue that can move.
A statue that makes people disappear. A statue that is hunting them down.
In upstate New York, the Doctor is chasing weird energies that should not exist. Teaming up with Alex and Brandon, he discovers a powerful force enslaved to another’s will. Who controls the lonely assassin that prowls the streets? What secrets are the residence of Rickman hiding? And will Alex and Brandon survive the night of the Weeping Angels?
The Lost Planet
Written by George Mann
Read by Nicola Byrant – OUT NOW
The TARDIS is under attack. Alien plants have taken root in its corridors, strange flowering tendrils that threaten to rip the Doctor’s ship apart. New companions Brandon and Alex venture into the heart of the TARDIS to discover the source of the infestation.
Instead they find a secret door, and a forgotten world. The Doctor has unfinished business with the Arborites, living trees with long memories. Centuries ago he fought to prevent a galactic catastrophe – but now his past has come back to haunt him in ways he never thought possible.
Can the Time Lord rescue his young friends before they are destroyed by his past mistakes, or will Hirolth rise to leave utter devastation in its wake?