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Doctor Who - Subscriber Short Trips

Subscriber Short Trips

As part of our Doctor Who Main Range Subscription, the following Doctor Who short story readings are uniquely available to those who have these releases in their subscriptions, appearing in each subscriber's account at the relevant release:

2009

November - Museum Peace by James Swallow (Eighth Doctor, read by Nicholas Briggs) comes with Doctor Who - The Eternal Summer. Also available buy as part of the Doctor Who - Short Trips Rarities range.

2010

March - The Doctor's First XI by Ian Atkins (Fourth Doctor, Romana I, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - The Architects of History

June - The Switching by Simon Guerrier (Third Doctor, Jo, read by Duncan Wisbey) comes with Doctor Who - Legend of the Cybermen

September - Lepidoptery for Beginners by John Dorney (Second Doctor, Jamie, Zoe, read by Duncan Wisbey) comes with Doctor Who - Cradle of the Snake and Doctor Who - Project Destiny. Also available to buy as part of the Doctor Who - Short Trips Rarities range.

December - The Little Drummer Boy by Eddie Robson (First Doctor, Steven, Sara, read by Beth Chalmers) comes with Doctor Who - Demons of Red Lodge and Other Stories.  Also available to buy as part of the Doctor Who - Short Trips Rarities range.

2011

March - Sound the Siren And I'll Come To You Comrade (Fourth Doctor, Leela, read by Stephen Critchlow) by John Pritchard comes with Doctor Who - Industrial Evolution.  Also available to buy as part of the Doctor Who - Short Trips Rarities range.

June - Twilight's End by Cavan Scott (Seventh Doctor, read by Beth Chalmers) comes with Doctor Who - Rat Trap

September - Neptune by Richard Dinnick (Third Doctor, Sarah-Jane Smith, read by Beth Chalmers) comes with Doctor Who - The Doomsday Quatrain and Doctor Who - House of Blue Fire

December - Lant Land by Jonathan Morris (Fifth Doctor, Tegan, Turlough, read by Duncan Wisbey) comes with Doctor Who - Army of Death

2012

March - Breadcrumbs by James Moran (Fourth Doctor, Romana II, read by John Banks) comes with Doctor Who - Wirrn Isle

June  - Intuition by Rob Nisbet (Sixth Doctor, Mel, read by Stephen Critchlow) will come with Doctor Who - The Butcher of Brisbane

September  - A Room With No View by David Bartlett (Fifth Doctor, Peri, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Gods and Monsters and Doctor Who - The Burning Prince

December  - Only Connect by Andy Lane (Fourth Doctor, read by John Banks) comes with Doctor Who - 1001 Nights

2013

March - The Young Lions by Alice Cavender (Eighth Doctor, Lucie, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - The Seeds of War

June - Crystal Ball by Rob Nisbet (Seventh Doctor, Ace, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Prisoners of Fate

September - Methuselah by George Mann (Fifth Doctor, Peri, read by John Banks) comes with Doctor Who - Daleks Among Us and Doctor Who - 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men 

December - Tweaker by Dan Abnett (Fifth Doctor, Nyssa, read by John Banks) comes with Doctor Who - Afterlife

2014

March - The Piltdown Men by Paul Dale Smith comes (Second Doctor, read by Hugh Ross) with Doctor Who - Scavenger

June - Late Night Shopping by Matt Fitton (Eighth Doctor, Lucie, read by Hugh Ross) comes with Doctor Who - Masquerade

September - Waiting for Gadot by John Dorney (Fourth Doctor, read by Hugh Ross) comes with Doctor Who - Mask of Tragedy and Doctor Who - Signs and Wonders

December - A Home From Home by Nick Wallace (Third Doctor, Liz, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - The Rani Elite

2015

March - String Theory by Kini Brown (Fourth Doctor, Leela, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - The Entropy Plague.

June - Sphinx Lightning by John Pritchard (Third Doctor, Jo, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - The Secret History.

September - The Warren Legacy by Julian Richards (Fourth Doctor, Romana I, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Terror of the Sontarans & Doctor Who - Criss-Cross

December - The Caves of Erith by Alice Cavender (Eighth Doctor, Lucie Miller, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - You Are The Doctor And Other Stories

2016

March - The Horror at Bletchington Station by Chris Wing (First Doctor, Dodo, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - The Peterloo Massacre

June - The Monkey House by Nic Ford (Fifth Doctor, Tegan, Turlough and Nyssa, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - The Two Masters

September - The Shrine of Sorrows by Julian Richards (Seventh Doctor, Ace, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Maker of Demons

December - The Christmas Dimension by Rob Nisbet (Third Doctor, Liz Shaw, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Absolute Power and/or Doctor Who - Quicksilver

2017

March - Collector's Item by Paul J Salamoff (Fourth Doctor, Sarah Jane Smith, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Zaltys

June - The Horror of Hy-Brasil by Russell McGee (Second Doctor, Jamie and Zoe, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Main Range #226

September - Helmstone by Tony Jones (First Doctor, Steven, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Main Range #229 and /or Doctor Who - Main Range #230

December - The Night Before Christmas by Nic Ford (Seventh Doctor, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Main Range #233.

2018

March - Mission Improbable by Chris Wing (Sixth Doctor, Evelyn Smythe, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Main Range #236.

June - TBA comes with Doctor Who - Main Range #239.

September - TBA comes with Doctor Who - Main Range #242 and/or Doctor Who - Main Range #243.

December - Tuesday by Tony Jones (Eighth Doctor, Harry Sullivan, read by Stephen Critchlow) comes with Doctor Who - Main Range #246.

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