Doctor Who - Tsar Wars download album
Doctor Who – Tsar Wars. Label: AudioGo Ltd – ISBN 978-1-4084-6885-2. Series: Serpent Crest – 1. Format: CD, Album. Composed By – Ron Grainer. Other – Lyndsey Melling.
In a distant galaxy, the Tsar and Tsarina rule over the Robotov Empire from the safety of their palace, whilst human workers tend the power plants on satellite moons. When the Doctor arrives with Mrs Wibbsey, his identity is immediately mistaken, and the Tsarina believes that her old ally, Father Gregory, has returned. But when the Palace comes under attack, the Tsar suspects him of treachery
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Doctor Who: Serpent Crest – Tsar Wars CD Paul Magrs. The time travellers are transported to an advanced civilisation in space, where they are soon enmeshed in the dangerous war between Robotovs and human beings.
There have been many official and unofficial Doctor Who and related spin-offs released on audio, as LPs, audiocassettes, audio CDs and MP3 CDs. Recordings here are listed by their original release date. In 1966, an abridged recording of episode 6 of The Chase was released with narration on a 7" record. In 1979, the BBC released an abridged version of Genesis of the Daleks
Cover painting for a BBC Audio Book CD: DR WHO TSAR WARS - the layout and colour scheme being a mickey take of a 70's LP cover by Geoff Love, which itself was an unlicensed "homage" to the Star Wars bandwagon. Doctor-timelord Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012.
Seized by intimidating robots, the Fourth Doctor and Mrs Wibbsey are taken to an elaborate space palace, 100,000 years in the future. The first part of an exciting five-story adventure written by Paul Magrs. Starring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor, Susan Jameson as Mrs Wibbsey, Michael Jayston as Tsar, Suzy Aitchison as Tsarina and Simon Shepherd as Boolin. Producer: Kate Thomas. Made by BBC Audio and reversioned for broadcast by BBC Radio 4 Extra.
Serpent Crest Tsar Wars. The Doctor and Mrs Wibbsey are catapulted from present day Earth to a futuristic civilisation in a distant galaxy. At the Robotov Palace they find the Tsar and Tsarina ruling over their empire whilst human workers toil on satellite moons. The Doctor is mistaken for an old ally of the Tsarina’s, but then suspected of treason when the Palace comes under attack. Dark secrets are lurking in the shadows, and the mysterious Father Gregory will set off a chain of events which have long-lasting consequences for the Doctor and Mrs Wibbsey.
Tsar Wars was the first story in the Serpent Crest arc, a series of five audio dramas featuring. Written by the acclaimed novelist Paul Magrs, who also wrote HORNETS' NEST and DEMON QUEST. AudioGO is the UK's leading audiobook publisher and to a broad, diverse and inclusive range of spoken word and large print titles. AudioGO was formerly known as BBC Audiobooks, which won Audio Publisher of the Year six times. But when the Palace comes under attack, the Tsar suspects him of treachery. Meanwhile, Mrs Wibbsey discovers that dark secrets are lurking in the shadows.
- Recorded At – Fitzrovia Post
- Composed By [Doctor Who Theme Tune] – Ron Grainer
- Edited By [Audio Editor] – Neil Gardner
- Engineer [Studio] – Simon Couzens
- Executive-Producer, Written-By [Script Editor] – Michael Stevens
- Illustration – Brian Williamson
- Liner Notes – Paul Magrs
- Other [Production Assistant] – Lyndsey Melling
- Producer, Directed By – Kate Thomas
- Sound Designer – Simon Hunt
- Voice Actor [Bellis] [Servo 71] – Gabriel Vick
- Voice Actor [Boolin] – Simon Shepherd
- Voice Actor [Karney] [Servo 96] – Paul Chequer
- Voice Actor [Lucius] [Servo 53] – Sam Hoare
- Voice Actor [Mrs Wibbsey] – Susan Jameson
- Voice Actor [Tanak] [Servo 14] – Grant Gillespie
- Voice Actor [The Doctor] [Father Gregory] – Tom Baker
- Voice Actor [Tsar] – Michael Jayston
- Voice Actor [Tsarina] – Suzy Aitchison
- Written-By – Paul Magrs