Big events in the Who world today as Paul McGann returned to the role of the Eighth Doctor in brand new online minisode The Night of the Doctor! To celebrate all things 8 and give new fans a jumping-on point for our (definitively canon!) adventures, you can get any of the Eighth Doctor Adventures on download for £4.99 - and Dark Eyes for £20! Plus you can hear the introduction of Charley for only £2.99, and C'rizz for just £5.99!
Our second release of the day is Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles: The Beginning, which takes us right back to the very beginning of Doctor Who - and the start of an amazing journey. And not just for the Doctor and Susan...
And the last of today's fiftieth anniversary releases is Doctor Who: Lords of the Red Planet! Our penultimate Lost Stories release finds the Second Doctor, Jamie and Zoe discovering some new facts about an old enemy: the Ice Warriors...
Last night, a delighted (as you can see in our picture!) Jason Haigh-Ellery, Nicholas Briggs and David Richardson brought home the BBC Audio Drama award for Best Online or Non-Broadcast Drama for Doctor Who - Dark Eyes: The Great War. We've already received a lot of congratulations, so a huge thanks for those, and for the continued support of our listeners across the world.
Available now are the final Doctor Who releases for this month: main range release The Brood of Erys, starring Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor alongside Lisa Greenwood as Flip, and White Ghosts, with Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor and Louise Jameson as Leela.
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Toby's made it to a historic 100. But while he basks in the applause like a champion batsman at the crease, the nervous question in the stands is: did he manage to speak to someone about every Doctor Who TV story from the first 50 years...?