One of the original stars of Doctor Who returns this month in our latest Companion Chronicle, The Time Museum.
William Russell, who played one of the First Doctor's original companions way back in 1963, returns to the role of Ian Chesterton in 2012. Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles, the range which sees the Doctor through the eyes of those who've travelled alongside him, presents The Time Museum, a brand new adventure in which Ian finds himself in an archive of his own memories.
It's a chance to look back at a grand adventure and some astonishing escapades for Ian, but how did he get there, and what is expected of him? Only a man named Pendolin has the answers...
The Time Museum is by James Goss, author of many Doctor Who audio dramas including the award-winning Dead Air, and is directed by Lisa Bowerman. Alongside William Russell, it stars comedy legend Philip Pope (KYTV, Blackadder II, The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy and a member of the HeeBeeGeeBees - look them up on YouTube!) and it is available now on CD and download. You can also subscribe to the range for 6 or 12 months.
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