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DOCTOR WHO – THE FIFTH TRAVELLER

Big Finish revisit the classic eras of the 1960s with the latest release of our Doctor Who – The Early Adventures: audio in black and white!

Released yesterday, Doctor Who – The Early Adventures: The Fifth Traveller, is out on both Download and CD. Remember that any CD purchase in this range unlocks a free digital version – if you’re using the free Big Finish apps for iOS or Android, you can be listening within minutes to the latest adventure for The Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Vicki and Jospa:

The Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Vicki and Jospa land the TARDIS on the homeworld of the Arunde. Emerging into the jungle that covers the planet and encountering the strange wildlife dwelling within, the travellers are unaware that the true rulers live high above them in the trees.

The ape-like members of the tribe are in trouble. The last Matriar’s nest has been lost to the surface, and the people are hungry… Maybe these strangers may be responsible. And some believe they may be salvation.

The TARDIS crew are about to find themselves in the middle of somebody else’s battle. But there’s more at stake than even they can know.

Doctor Who – The Early Adventures: The Fifth Traveller, starring William Russell, Maureen O’Brien, Jemma Powell and James Joyce is the latest release in the third series of this hugely popular range; an affectionate recreation of the tone and storytelling from the period which established Doctor Who as a Sci-Fi hit that would last 53 years and counting… Check out the rest of the range here.

Coming next month is Doctor Who – The Early Adventures: The Ravelli Conspiracy, as the Doctor and friends become involved in – literally – Machiavellian historical events:

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