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This collection includes The Paradise of Death, in which a horrific death occurs at Space World theme park, The Ghosts of NSpace, in which the Doctor investigates a haunted Sicilian castle, Doctor Who and the Pescatons, in which the TARDIS arrival on a lonely beach marks the beginning of a terrifying adventure on presentday Earth, Exploration Earth, in which the Doctor takes Sarah Jane back in time to witness the Earths development, Whatever Happened to Susan?, a tongueincheek look at how Susans life might have turned out after her adventures with the Doctor, and Slipback, in which the past and future history of the entire universe is at risk.
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Barry Letts was producer, director and executive producer on Doctor Who between 1967 and 1981. In 1993, Letts wrote a new Doctor Who radio production, The Paradise of Death, and this was followed in 1995 by The Ghosts of N-Space. Letts has since written several original Doctor Who novels, and has also completed the first part of an autobiography called Who & Me, published in an online format in 2006, and as an abridged audiobook in 2008. Victor Pemberton was a scriptwriter who also worked as an actor to supplement his writing income. This led to director Morris Barry casting him in Doctor Who (The Moonbase). After a brief stint writing and script-editing Doctor Who in the mid-Sixties, Victor wrote numerous other scripts for radio and television, including Doctor Who and the Pescatons, and produced Fraggle Rock. In 1990, Headline Books invited Pemberton to write a novelisation of a drama series he had penned called Our Family. This was published in 1991 and led to a successful career as a novelist. To date he has published fifteen 'family saga' novels, including Where the Swallows Come Again. Bernard Venables wrote the Doctor Who radio play Exploration Earth: The Time Machine, the third instalment of a BBC schools radio series intended to teach children about the geography of our planet. It was broadcast on 4 October 1976, and saw the Doctor and Sarah Jane travelling back in time to witness the process of the Earth's creation. Adrian Mourby is an award-winning writer and producer. He won the Sony Silver Award for Creative Writing on Radio for his Whatever Happened To... series, which explored the further adventures of some well-known fictional characters. He has also written several novels and a variety of travel guides, and is an acclaimed travel journalist. Eric Saward was script editor on Doctor Who from 1982 to 1986. He also wrote four serials for the show - The Visitation, Earthshock, Resurrection of the Daleks and Revelation of the Daleks - as well as the short story Birth of a Renegade, the radio play Slipback and several Target novelisations.
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Book Description BBC Worldwide, Ltd., 2014. Audio CD. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111408467569
Book Description BBC Worldwide, Ltd., 2014. Audio CD. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1408467569