Doctor Who - Short Trips Volume 04

  • by Richard Dinnick, Foster Marks, Jason Arnopp, Cindy Garland, Charles Williams, Avril Naude, John Grindrod
  • Narrated by William Russell, David Troughton, Katy Manning, Louise Jameson, Colin Baker, Sophie Aldred, Peter Davison
  • 2 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Get ready for eight fantastic adventures in space and time with the Doctor and his companions, featuring stories from many of Doctor Who's most popular authors from the worlds of television, print, comics and audio as well as new talent and fresh voices...and read by your favourite Big Finish actors!
A Star Is Born by Richard Dinnick, read by William Russell: The Doctor and his companions answer a distress call from a vast spaceship carrying the remnants of a dying race....
Penny Wise, Pound Foolish by Foster Marks, read by David Troughton: Showing too much interest in a mining operation on an almost deserted planet leads the Doctor and his companions into danger.
Lost in the Wakefield Triangle by Vin Marsden Hendrick, read by Katy Manning: The Doctor and Jo find trouble in the most unlikely of places when they stop off to buy some West Yorkshire rhubarb.
The Old Rogue by John Grindrod, read by Louise Jameson: Romana and the Doctor pay a visit to Arkinen, Destroyer of Galaxies, who is working in a cafe in Catford.
The Lions of Trafalgar by Jason Arnopp, read by Peter Davison: Panic ensues when stone lions come to life in 19th-century London...and the Doctor is stuck on the top of Nelson's column.
To Cut a Blade of Grass by Cindy Garland, read by Colin Baker: The Doctor visits an old friend, Walter Wibberley, in his hospital bed for the last time.
The Shadow Trader by Charles Williams, read by Sophie Aldred: Salim finds he's picked on the wrong girl when he tries to steal Ace's shadow in a space shipyard on a lonely planet.
Quantum Heresy by Avril Naude, read by India Fisher: In the stillness of the archives, amongst the dust and data, a creature from another reality is trying to break through.
All directed by Nicholas Briggs and Ken Bentley.

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