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Doctor Who: Damaged Goods, CD-Audio Book

Doctor Who: Damaged Goods CD-Audio

Illustrated by Tom Webster

Narrated by Sylvester McCoy, Denise Black, Yasmin Bannerman

Part of the Doctor Who series

CD-Audio

Description

The year is 1987 and there's a deadly new narcotic on the streets of London.

As part of their investigations the Doctor and his companions Chris and Roz move into the Quadrant, a rundown housing estate. An ancient alien menace has been unleashed, a menace somehow linked to a local gang leader known as The Capper, a charmed young boy called Gabriel and his mother Winnie, the enigmatic Frei Foundation, and Eva Jericho, a woman driven to the brink of madness. As London descends into an apolcalytic nightmare, the doctor must uncover the truth about the residents of the Quadrant and a desperate bargain made one dark Christmas Eve...One of two releases this month adapting popular Doctor Who novels from the 1990's.

Damaged Goods was originally written by Russell T Davies - the man behind the 2005 revival of Doctor Who! Star Michelle Collins is best know for her time as Cindy Beale in Eastenders, and then a subsequent role in Coronation Street. This is the first Big Finish production to bring together the team of the The Seventh Doctor, Chris Cwej and Roz Forrester from the Virgin Publishing novels which kept Doctor Who alive in the 1990's. Big Finish recently marked the 15th anniversary of releasing popular Doctor Who stories on audio.

Information

  • Format:CD-Audio
  • Publisher:Big Finish Productions Ltd
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  • ISBN:9781781784396

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