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Doctor Who - The Twelfth Doctor Chronicles, CD-Audio Book

Doctor Who - The Twelfth Doctor Chronicles CD-Audio

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Four stories set in the Twelfth Doctor era, narrated by Jacob Dudman. 1.1 The Charge of the Night Brigade by David Llewellyn. The Doctor finds himself in the Crimean War in 1855.

There's a strange sickness stalking the streets of Balaklava and it's up to the Doctor and Mary Seacole to put a stop to it. 1.2 War Wounds by Mark Wright. When Danny Pink finds the TARDIS door open in a Coal Hill storeroom, he can't help wondering about Clara's double life and the truth about the Doctor.

But he gets much more than he bargained for. Stuck amid an alien war, can Danny and the Doctor stop arguing long enough to make it out alive? 1.3 Distant Voices by Lizbeth Myles. Cameron is haunted by strange voices. As she gets on with her job conducting tours around Rochester Castle, she hopes that they'll just go away.

Fortunately for Cameron, the Doctor has joined her tour.

He hears the voices too, and he knows what they mean.

Time itself is starting to fracture...1.4 Field Trip by Una McCormack. Osgood gets an offer she can't resist when the Doctor drops in - her first flight in the TARDIS!

The Doctor is calling on Osgood's expertise to stop an invasion, but what begins as a fact-finding mission quickly becomes something far more dangerous.

Osgood's intergalactic field trip is about to get very hands-on!

CAST: Jacob Dudman (Narrator/The Doctor), Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Ingrid Oliver (Petronella Osgood).

Other cast details to be announced

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