Wednesday, June 27, 2012

New Audio Releases in August

AudioGo has announced details of three new audio releases hitting the streets in August, check out all the details below.

Doctor Who: Wheel of Ice
An unabridged reading of a brand new BBC Books novel which features a ring of ice and steel turning around a moon of Saturn, home to a colony mining minerals for a resource-hungry future Earth. Aboard the Wheel the Second Doctor, Jamie and Zoe find a critical situation - and three strangers who have just turned up out of nowhere look like prime candidates to be accused of sabotage ...

The Doctor finds himself caught up in a mystery that goes right back to the creation of the solar system. A thrilling, all-new adventure written by Stephen Baxter and featuring the Second Doctor. The reader is David Troughton, son of Patrick Troughton who played The Second Doctor on television.

Download or 8 CD set available Aug 16
Duration: 7 hrs approx

The Aztecs
In John Lucarotti’s exciting 1984 novelisation featuring the first Doctor, the TARDIS materialises in Mexico during the Aztec civilisation, and Barbara is hailed as a reincarnation of Yetaxa, High Priest of the Aztecs. But whilst each of the travellers becomes embroiled in the arcane ways of the Aztecs, Barbara's determination to change history seems doomed from the start. William Russell, who played Ian in the series, is the reader with original sound design.

Download available Aug 1
CD available Aug 2
Duration: 2 hours approx.


The Lost TV Episodes Collection 5 (1967-1969)
The fifth and final instalment in the series features soundtrack adventures from the Patrick Troughton era of the series. Additional bonus of linking narration by a member of the original TV cast, and the box also features bonus interviews and pdfs of the original TV camera scripts.

Download available Aug 1; CD available Aug 2
Duration: 16 hours approx.

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