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We look ahead to November's second volume of Doctor Who - Third Doctor Adventures...
In November, Big Finish release the second volume of Doctor Who - The Third Doctor Adventures, the follow-up to the wonderfullly-received Doctor Who - The Third Doctor Adventures Volume 1 starring Tim Treloar and Katy Manning. The cover by designer Tom Webster went online earlier in August.
Cast details have now also been confirmed, including Bernard Holley (Doctor Who's The Tomb of the Cybermen, The Claws of Axos), Clare Buckfield (2point4 Children), Richard Earl (Big Finish's acclaimed Watson in the Sherlock Holmes adventures opposite Nicholas Briggs) and Robert Whitelock (recently heard battling Frazer Hines in Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles: The Second Doctor Volume 1):
2.1 The Transcendence of Ephros by Guy Adams
The Doctor and Jo arrive on the dying planet Ephros, where Galactux Power Inc is exploiting the world's remaining resources. But something is stirring beneath the surface...
2.2 The Hidden Realm by David Llewellyn
The Doctor and Jo journey to Bramfield New Town when the husband of Jo’s cousin vanishes mysteriously. As magpies circle overheard, the Doctor discovers a terrifying alien plot…
For those curious about Tim's portrayal of Jon Pertwee's much-loved Third Doctor, an episode of last year's Doctor Who - The Third Doctor Adventures Volume 1 is available as a free download: Doctor Who - The Havoc of Empires (Part 1).
Doctor Who - The Third Doctor Adventures Volume 2 is available in November, and can currently be pre-ordered at special prices for £25 on CD or £20 on Download.
Doctor Who - The Third Doctor Adventures Volume 1 can be bought today on Download, or on CD (which unlocks a download so that you can be listening within minutes). Fans of the Third Doctor should also check out July's Doctor Who - The Blame Game (read by Rufus Hound), and last month's Doctor Who - Damascus (read by Tim Treloar).
(And a big "Hello" to anyone making their way to Regenerations this weekend!).