6th Doctor Monthly

  • 001 – The Sirens of Time (2)

    The Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Doctors together for the first time. The three Doctors must unite to defeat a threat to time itself.

  • 003 – Whispers of Terror (1)

    The Sixth Doctor and Peri are accused of murder in the Museum of Aural Antiquities.

  • 006 – The Marian Conspiracy (1)

    Tracking a nexus point in time the Sixth Doctor meets Dr Evelyn Smythe, a history lecturer whose own history seems to be rapidly vanishing.

  • 009 – The Spectre of Lanyon Moor (1)

    In Cornwall the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn team up with the Doctor’s old friend, the Brigadier, to solve an ancient mystery.

  • 011 – The Apocalypse Element (2)

    President Romana has been missing for twenty years, the Daleks invade Gallifrey and there’s nothing the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn can do about it.

  • 014 – The Holy Terror (2)

    When the TARDIS lands in a forbidding castle, the Sixth Doctor and his penguin shaped companion, Frobisher, find themseleves hailed as gods!

  • 022 – Bloodtide (1)

    The Sixth Doctor and Evelyn meet Charles Darwin on the Galapagos Islands where the Silurians have awoken.

  • 023 – Project: Twilight (1)

    The Sixth Doctor and Evelyn discover gruesome secrets beneath a gangster casino in London’s docklands.

  • 027 – The One Doctor (1)

    The Sixth Doctor and Mel are appalled to discover that their good names are being blackened by a pair of imposters.

  • 035 – …ish (1)

    The Sixth Doctor and Peri must solve a murder at a conference of lexicographers. Is the pen mightier than the sword?

  • 037 – The Sandman (1)

    Encountering the reptillian Galyari, Evelyn is shocked to learn that the Doctor is their legendary enemy, the Sandman.

  • 040 – Jubilee (3)

    The Doctor and Evelyn find themselves in the glorious English Empire and discover that they and the Daleks are well known there.

  • 041 – Nekromanteia (1)

    The Fifth Doctor, Peri and Erimem face witches, corporate greed and a deadly secret on the planet Talderun.

  • 043 – Doctor Who and The Pirates (1)

    The Doctor and Evelyn brave the perils of the high-seas as they cross swords with the fearsome Red Jasper. And is the Doctor really going to sing?

  • 045 – Project: Lazarus (1)

    A traveller in time returns to correct the mistakes of the past and faces a danger that could rob him of his future. Unless his future intervenes.

  • 048 – Davros (2)

    Davros, creator of the Daleks, has turned over a new leaf. Or has he? The Doctor doesn’t think so. But is the Doctor always right?

  • 051 – The Wormery (2)

    The Sixth Doctor encounters fellow Time Lord and traveller, Iris Wildthyme, and joins her for a drink at a bar called ‘Biancas’.

  • 057 – Arrangements for War (1)

    On the planet Világ, the Doctor’s meddling lands him in the middle of a dangerous liaison, and Evelyn encounters what she least expected.

  • 060 – Medicinal Purposes (1)

    In Edinburgh 1827 the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn encounter notorious body snatchers Burke and Hare, and discover the Universe itself is under threat.

  • 065 – The Juggernauts (2)

    The Sixth Doctor and Mel must prevent Davros from unleashing a new threat even more powerful than the Daleks.

  • 068 – Catch-1782 (1)

    When the Sixth Doctor and Mel visit the National Foundation for Scientific Research, Mel is unexpectedly thrown in to the past of her own family.

  • 073 – Thicker than Water (1)

    The Sixth Doctor returns to the planet Világ with Mel. In the aftermath of the war with the Killorans, the victors are now fighting amongst themselves.

  • 078 – Pier Pressure (1)

    Visiting Brighton in England, 1936, the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn discover all is not right in the normally happy seaside resort.

  • 084 – The Nowhere Place (1)

    What is the significance of the tolling bell? What connects 2197 with 1952? Time’s End is approaching for the Doctor and Evelyn.

  • 086 – The Reaping (3)

    After many adventures with the Doctor, Peri returns to her family to explain exactly where she’s been. Meanwhile, in the shadows lurk the Cybermen.

  • 090 – Year of the Pig (1)

    The Sixth Doctor and Peri arrive in Ostend in 1913 and confront Toby the Sapient Pig who plans to wipe out humanity.

  • 094 – I.D. and Urgent Calls (1)

    I.D.: The Doctor confronts an extreme case of personality disorder.

    Urgent Calls: Earth, 1974. An innocent phone call. Okay, it was a wrong number, but there can’t be any harm in that. Can there?

  • 097 – The Wishing Beast and The Vanity Box (1)

    The Wishing Beast: What can it mean when the Doctor and Mel are drawn to an asteroid by a message from the strange, elderly Applewhite sisters?

    The Vanity Box: A strange beauty parlour has opened its doors for business in a dowdy Salford terrace circa 1965.

  • 100 – 100 (1)

    Celebrate 100 Doctor Who audios with four separate stories from four different writers.

  • 105 – The Condemned (1)

    Manchester, 2008. The Doctor is the prime suspect in a murder, but only he knows that the victim was an alien.

  • 108 – Assassin in the Limelight (1)

    Someone is tampering with time, altering events surrounding the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. But who and why?

  • 111 – The Doomwood Curse (1)

    England, 1738. The Doctor and Charley arrive at a beautiful country estate but there’s a murderer on the loose, and the nearby woods are the haunt of the notorious highwayman Dick Turpin.

  • 114 – Brotherhood of the Daleks (2)

    The Doctor and Charley find themselves caught in the crossfire of a Dalek war that threatens the very nature of reality.

  • 116 – The Raincloud Man (1)

    The Doctor and Charley are presented with an intriguing mystery where they are once again teamed up with DI Menzies and plunged back into the criminal underbelly of Manchester.

  • 124 – Patient Zero (1)

    Finally, the Sixth Doctor challenges Charlotte Pollard to tell him the truth. Who is she really? What is she doing in the TARDIS?

    To discover the answers, the Doctor must travel back in time, beyond all known civilisations to the vast, mysterious Amethyst Viral Containment Station. But answers lie within the TARDIS too. Someone who has been there a long, long time.

  • 125 – Paper Cuts (1)

    The Empire is lost.The Deathless Emperors are dead. The future may never happen. An urgent summons returns the noble Doctor to a planet he saved from disaster long ago. But Draconia, so elegant and so savage, is in worse turmoil than ever.

  • 126 – Blue Forgotten Planet (1)

    ‘So, this is the blue planet you’ve forgotten about. But take another look. You helped us once. I know you can help us again.’

    On Earth, civilization has ended and time is running out for the Doctor and Charlotte Pollard.

    Will the mysterious Viyrans really help?

    ‘Without you, the human race will die out. And Planet Earth will surely be our tomb.’

  • 133 – City of Spires (1)

    Arriving in a hail of musket fire, the Doctor unexpectedly finds himself in the highlands of Scotland, where the ruthless Black Donald and his band of rebels are fighting the Redcoats. But the highland warriors no longer fight for the Jacobite cause and the English officers answer only to the mysterious Overlord. What has happened to Scotland and why are its moors littered with advanced, oil-pumping technology?

    Reunited with his faithful companion Jamie McCrimmon, the Doctor must venture into the sinister City of Spires to find the answers.

  • 134 – The Wreck of the Titan (1)

    The North Atlantic is a treacherous place at the best of times. 14 April 1912 is the very worst of times. The Doctor and Jamie find themselves trapped aboard the RMS Titanic, 400 miles off Newfoundland and heading towards a conclusive appointment with destiny.

    But the iceberg isn’t their only problem. Down in the inky depths, something is hunting: something huge, hostile and hungry. This should certainly be A Night To Remember.

  • 135 – Legend of the Cybermen (1)

    The Cybermen are on the march through the Hundred Realms, killing and converting as they go. Resistance is useless. Trapped on the outermost fringes of the battle, the Doctor and Jamie are astonished to encounter an old friend: astrophysicist Zoe Heriot. It’s the happiest of reunions. But what hope is there of a happy ending against the unstoppable Cybermen?

  • 143 – The Crimes of Thomas Brewster (1)

    Sent down south to assist the Metropolitan Police in their efforts to investigate the gangland kingpin known only as ‘the Doctor’, Detective-Inspector Patricia Menzies finds herself up to her neck in laser-armed robot mosquitoes, gun-running criminal overlords, vanishing Tube trains… and not one, but two Doctors.

    Meanwhile the real Doctor, and his academic assistant Professor Evelyn Smythe, have become ensnared in the machinations of an old acquaintance – time-travelling Victorian guttersnipe Thomas Brewster. But what’s Brewster’s connection to the rapacious robot Terravores? And can anyone contain the gathering swarm?

  • 144 – The Feast of Axos (1)

    “Axos calling Earth. Fuel system exhausted. Request immediate assistance.”

    Many years ago, the vast space parasite Axos attempted to suck the planet Earth of its energy. Now it’s all but forgotten – a dried-up husk, marooned in orbit, still stuck in the time loop it was placed in by Earth’s defender, the Doctor.

    Forgotten, that is, except by space tourism billionaire Campbell Irons – who’s hatched a plan to solve the world’s energy crisis by reviving Axos, and transmitting its power back to Earth. But the crew of the spaceship Windermere aren’t alone aboard the parasite. The Doctor has returned, to correct an error of decades past…

    And Axos is waiting.

  • 145 – Industrial Evolution (1)

    19th century Lancashire: where the white heat of the Industrial Revolution burns hottest at Samuel Belfrage’s brass mill, a mill plagued by more than its fair share of work-related injuries.

    While Thomas Brewster struggles to secure a fair deal for Belfrage’s overworked hands, fellow travellers the Doctor and Evelyn follow the Copper King to Liverpool, there to discover the unexpected truth about Belfrage’s business.

    Back in Ackleton, the local MP voices the fears of many when he says that the machines are taking over. He’s more right than he knows…

  • 150 – Recorded Time and Other Stories (1)

    Recorded Time by Catherine Harvey
    The TARDIS travellers find themselves at the court of Henry VIII, where the tragic Anne Boleyn will soon be discarded by her King in favour of the lovely Perpugilliam Brown. Or so it is written…

    Paradoxicide by Richard Dinnick
    On the legendary lost planet of Sendos, the Doctor and Peri find themselves caught up in the hunt for the cache of galaxy-busting super-weapons stored inside its fabled Armoury.

    A Most Excellent Match by Matt Fitton
    It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single girl in possession of a mind of her own must be in want of a husband. But which of Miss Peri Brown’s rival suitors will be the one to win her hand: handsome Mr Darcy, or the mysterious Doctor?

    Question Marks by Philip Lawrence
    Five survivors of an unknown catastrophe wake to find themselves caught in an inescapable trap. But can the oddly-dressed man in the question-marked collar work out what’s really going on before time runs out – for good?

  • 156 – The Curse of Davros (2)

    It’s been a year since Philippa ‘Flip’ Jackson found herself transported by Tube train to battle robot mosquitoes on a bizarre alien planet in the company of a Time Lord known only as ‘the Doctor’.

    Lightning never strikes twice, they say. Only now there’s a flying saucer whooshing over the top of the night bus taking her home. Inside: the Doctor, with another extraterrestrial menace on his tail – the Daleks, and their twisted creator Davros!

    But while Flip and the fugitive Doctor struggle to beat back the Daleks’ incursion into 21st century London, Davros’s real plan is taking shape nearly 200 years in the past, on the other side of the English Channel. At the battle of Waterloo…

  • 157 – The Fourth Wall (1)

    Business is bad for intergalactic media mogul Augustus Scullop, whose Trans-Gal empire is on the rocks. But, having retreated to his own private planet, Transmission, Scullop is about to gamble his fortune on a new show, made with an entirely new technology. And the name of that show… is Laser.

    Back in the real world, far from the realms of small screen sci-fi fantasies about monsters and aliens, the Doctor is interested only in watching Test Match cricket… but finds himself drawn into Scullop’s world when his new travelling companion, Flip, is snatched from inside the TARDIS.

    So, while the Doctor uncovers the terrible secret of Trans-Gal’s new tech, Flip battles to survive in a barren wilderness ruled over by the indestructible Lord Krarn and his pig-like servants, the Warmongers. And the name of that wilderness… is ‘Stevenage’.

  • 158 – Wirrn Isle (1)

    The year is 16127. Four decades have passed since the colonists of Nerva Beacon returned to repopulate the once-devastated planet Earth – and the chosen few are finding the business of survival tough.

    Far beyond the sterile safety of sanitised Nerva City, transmat scientist Roger Buchman has brought his family to an island surrounded by what they once called Loch Lomond, hoping to re-establish the colony he was forced to abandon many years before.

    But something else resides in the Loch. A pestilent alien infestation that the Doctor, beaming in from Nerva City, remembers only too well from his time aboard the Beacon…

    The Wirrn are back. And they’re hungry.

  • 166 – The Acheron Pulse (1)

    The planet Cawdor. Deep in the heart of the Drashani Empire.

    The Doctor lands thirty years after the Succession of Blood brought Empress Cheni to the throne. For most of her reign there has been peace and prosperity. The Empire flourished. But five years ago, the War came. And nothing was ever the same again. Now the Drashani are at war with the mysterious alien race known as the Wrath, led by the Warlord Tenebris. As more and more planets fall to their advance events are rushing to a head.

    What exactly does Tenebris want? What is the secret of the Wrath’s weapon, the terrifying Acheron Pulse? As the Doctor races to save an Empire, he may not like the answers he finds.

  • 169 – The Wrong Doctors (1)

    With Evelyn gone, the Doctor sets course for his destiny… in the form of his first meeting with Miss Melanie Bush, a computer programmer from the village of Pease Pottage, currently busy rehearsing with the local Amateur Dramatic Society – and blissfully unaware that her future is on its way, in his TARDIS.

    Make that two TARDISes. Because at that very moment, a slightly younger Doctor is flying into Pease Pottage, too – returning his future companion Melanie Bush to her rightful place and time, after they were flung together during the course of his Time Lord trial.

    Time travel is a complicated business – the iguanadon terrorising Pease Pottage being a case in point. But how much more complicated could things possibly become, if the wrong Doctor were to bump into the wrong Mel?

  • 170 – Spaceport Fear (1)

    Welcome to Tantane Spaceport – where the tribes of Business and Economy have been at war for all of four hundred years…

    Welcome to Tantane Spaceport – where a terrible creature called the Wailer prowls the corridors around the Control Tower, looking to eat the unwary…

    Welcome to Tantane Spaceport – where there is one Arrival: a battered blue Police Box containing the time-travelling Doctor and his companion, Mel…

    Welcome to Tantane Spaceport – where there are no Departures. Ever.

  • 171 – The Seeds of War (1)

    Humanity is emerging from a long, exhausting war. Against an enemy so powerful, so implacable, it seemed unstoppable – right up until the moment it stopped.

    Now, despite its ‘victory’, the human race is on its knees. The Doctor and Mel join its struggle for survival to try to ensure it has a future.

    A race against time takes them from the Great Tower of Kalsos to the Reliquaries of Earth. In an epic journey across the ten systems, their fates are intertwined with one family. The Tevelers are to feel the effects of war more than most…

    The Doctor has a plan. Mel is sure he can save the day. But something is lurking. Watching. Waiting. A presence the Doctor knows of old. But just how far does its influence pervade?

    The Eminence awaits…

  • 179 – 1963: The Space Race (1)

    November 1963, and the Soviet space programme reigns supreme. Having sent the first animals, then the first men beyond Earth’s atmosphere, now they’re sending a manned capsule into orbit around the Moon.

    Just as Vostok Seven passes over into the dark side, however, its life support system fails. Only the intervention of the Sixth Doctor and Peri, adopting the identities of scientists from Moscow University, means that contact with the capsule is regained.

    But something has happened to the cosmonaut on board. She appears to have lost her memory, and developed extreme claustrophobia. Maybe she’s not quite as human as she used to be…

  • 182 – Antidote to Oblivion (1)

    Future Britain is bankrupt, its corporate owners facing financial ruin. Fortunately, the Universal Monetary Fund, and its slimy representative Sil, are willing to give its President a multi-billion credit bail-out… but terms and conditions apply, and Sil’s proposed austerity measures go far beyond mere benefit cuts.

    Responding to a distress call, the Doctor and his companion Flip land in a London whose pacified population has been driven largely underground. But the horrors down there in the dark are as nothing to the horrors that await them at ConCorp HQ, where a young biochemist in Sil’s employ is working on a permanent solution to the nation’s terminal unprofitability.

    Because in the final account, Sil plans to make a killing…

  • 183 – The Brood of Erys (1)

    Space travellers are warned to keep away from the area of the planet Asphya and its unremarkable moon Erys. Not the best place to materialise the TARDIS, then – as the Doctor discovers when his ship is raided by the imp-like Drachee, and his companion Flip is carried away…

    But the TARDIS isn’t the only stricken vessel in the region. Aboard a nearby space yacht, the Doctor encounters a woman who holds in her head the secret of Erys – a secret suppressed by amnesia, or worse.

    Flip, too, is about to learn Erys’ secret. But once you know Erys’ secret, you can never escape.

  • 184 – Scavenger (1)

    Thursday 28 May 2071: the day the Anglo-Indian Salvage 2 rocket launches. Its mission: to clean up space; to remove from Earth’s orbit over a century’s worth of man-made junk…

    From the viewing window of a nearby space station, the Doctor and Flip have a unique view of Salvage 2 as it sets about its essential task – and of the disaster that unfolds when Salvage 2 encounters something it’s not been programmed to deal with. Something not of human manufacture…

    Back on Earth, the Doctor fights to save Flip from becoming part of a 500-year tragedy being played out in orbit, hundreds of miles above. And millions will die if he fails.

  • 188 – Breaking Bubbles and Other Stories (1)

    An anthology of four tales on the theme of perception.

    Breaking Bubbles by LM Myles

    The Doctor and Peri find themselves in the palatial gardens of the deposed Empress Safira Valtris where nothing is ever quite what it seems.

    Of Chaos Time The by Mark Ravenhill

    Cast adrift in his own chronology, the Doctor must avert the consequences of a catastrophic experiment in using time as a weapon of war.

    An Eye For Murder by Una McCormack

    The year is 1939, and a case of poison pen letters at St Ursula’s College threatens to change the course of the Second World War. Fortunately thriller writer Miss Sarah Perry is on hand to investigate…

    The Curious Incident of the Doctor in the Night-Time by Nev Fountain

    Michael is a young boy who likes to solve mysteries, such as the mystery of the missing gnome, the mystery of the absent father, and the mystery of the strange man in yellow trousers at the bottom of the garden.

  • 192 – The Widow’s Assassin (1)

    Once, long ago, in a land of monsters and corridors, a fair maiden was captured, and placed in a deep sleep.

    She was used to being captured, and she had a hero who rescued her on just such occasions. But this time the hero never came.

    And the fair maiden slept on.

    Eventually, a King rescued the maiden, and made her his bride, which many wise old women might tell you is just another way of capturing fair maidens.

    And still the fair maiden slept on.

    Then, the hero had another stab at rescuing the maiden from her prison, but he was too late. And, more importantly, he had forgotten the rules of fairy tales.

    He didn’t slay the dragon.

  • 193 – Masters of Earth (1)

    The year is 2163. Ten years since the Daleks invaded the Earth. One year until the Doctor, in his first incarnation, will help bring the occupation to an end. But for now, their reign of terror goes on.

    The TARDIS brings the Doctor and Peri to Scotland – enslaved, like everywhere else on the planet. But there are rumours of Dalek-free islands off its coast. Places where resistors and refuseniks are coming together, gathering arms and armour, preparing to strike back against the enemy.

    When the Doctor falls in with an unlikely group of freedom fighters making that dangerous journey to Orkney, he finds himself trapped – but not only by the Daleks, their robotised henchmen and their human collaborators.

    By history.

    Because history shows that for another year, resistance is useless…

    The rebellion must fail – and as a Time Lord, the Doctor can do nothing to help.

  • 194 – The Rani Elite (1)

    The TARDIS arrives in the CAGE – not a trap, but the College of Advanced Galactic Education, one of the most prestigious academic institutions in colonised space.

    Not a trap. Or is it?

    The Doctor’s here to receive an honorary degree in Moral Philosophy. But there’s something rotten at the heart of the Medical Facility. Someone is operating on the students. Someone without a conscience. Someone with access to a Sidelian Brain Scanner – a technology that hasn’t been invented yet.

    That someone is the ruthless Time Lord scientist known as the Rani – in her new incarnation. But will the Doctor and Peri recognise the Rani’s hand before her trap is sprung?

  • 199 – Last of the Cybermen (1)

    It’s been ten years since the final assault on Telos, the last act of the Great Cyber War. Thanks to the Glittergun, humanity prevailed – and the half-machine Cybermen were utterly obliterated.

    Out on the furthest fringes of the galaxy, however, they left their mark – in the form of a giant Cyber-head, hundreds of feet high. A monument? A memorial? A tomb? The Doctor, the Cybermen’s most indefatigable adversary, sets out to investigate… but he fails to return to his TARDIS. Leaving the Ship, his two companions – brave Highlander Jamie MacCrimmon, and super-intelligent Zoe Heriot – find a stranger in the Doctor’s place. A stranger in a coat of many colours, who insists that he’s the Doctor – transposed in time and space with one of his former selves…

    But why here? Why now? Has the universe really seen the last of the Cybermen..?

  • 204 – Criss-Cross (1)

    Bletchley Park. Britain’s most secret weapon in the Second World War.

    Inside draughty huts, the earliest computers clatter day and night, decoding enemy transmissions and revealing intelligence crucial to the country’s defence. Leading WREN Mrs Constance Clarke directs her charges to provide vital assistance to the boffins stationed in the Manor House. But a recent arrival among the code-breakers, the mysterious Dr Smith, has attracted the attention of MI5’s spycatchers…

    Over in mainland Europe, Nazi agents are briefed, covert operations planned, and a German submarine embarks on a very secret mission.

    As encrypted radio waves criss-cross the planet, unearthly forces stir. And when certain ciphers are cracked, something will emerge to threaten all humanity, regardless of allegiance…

  • 205 – Planet of the Rani (1)

    Miasimia Goria was a quiet planet, an ancient world of bucolic tranquillity… until the Rani arrived with ideas of her own.

    She planned to create a race of new gods… gods that she could keep on her leash, but those plans went horribly wrong.

    Now, she languishes in the high security of Teccaurora Penitentiary, consigned there by her arch enemy and old student colleague, the Doctor.

    But the Rani, always resourceful, ever calculating, knows things about the Doctor’s past that he would rather forget. She wants revenge, even if it takes a hundred years… and then she has other unfinished business.

    The ruins of Miasimia Goria await…

  • 206 – Shield of the Jötunn (1)

    2029 AD. In the desert of Arizona, billionaire philanthropist Dr Hugo Macht is trying to save the world from climate change. But his great project to “scrub the sky clean” with nanoatomic machines grinds to an unexpected halt when his diggers break into something unexpected: a Viking burial barrow containing eight corpses, a mysterious shield, an even more mysterious inscription… and a yet more mysterious traveller in time and space, known only as the Doctor.

    And that’s not even the strangest part of Dr Macht’s day. Soon, it’ll begin to snow. Soon, the Doctor and his girl Friday, Mrs Constance Clarke, will come face-to-face with an ancient horror in the blizzard. A Frost Giant, in need of a new body. In need of flesh…

  • 212 – Vampire of the Mind (1)

    The Doctor suspects the hand of his oldest enemy behind a spate of mysterious disappearances… but will he even recognise the ‘new’ Master, when he arrives at the scene of one of their earlier encounters?

  • 218 – Order of the Daleks (1)

    In the Galactic Census, idyllic Strellin is recorded as a Grade Three planet – its inhabitants possessing neither advanced technology, nor knowledge of other worlds. Accordingly, Strellin is protected: landings by off-worlders are strictly prohibited. Unless, of course, those off-worlders are officials of the Galactic Census itself, come to investigate the origin of a mysterious sub-space signal – a signal no native of Strellin should be able to send…

    Breaking all local by-laws, the time-travelling Doctor and his companion Wren Mrs Constance Clarke (AWOL) have only just landed on Strellin, too. But they and the Census officials aren’t the only off-worlders to have come here. Inside a nearby monastery, the monks of the reclusive Brotherhood of the Black Petal are guarding a strange and terrible secret. Something that might bring disaster not just to Strellin, but to every civilised world in the galaxy!

  • 219 – Absolute Power (1)

    Two thousand years ago, all civilisation on the planet Teymah was wiped out in an AELE – an Anomalous Extinction Level Event. Now, the galactic entrepreneur Lyam Yce hopes, at last, to learn the reason why the ancient Teymahrians went extinct – by funding a huge archaeological dig.

    While the Doctor probes a strange sphere found by Yce’s diggers, his companion, former Bletchley Park cryptographer Constance Clarke, agrees to help translate symbols written in the lost ancient language of the Teymahrians. And soon, they’ll learn that ancient Teymah’s secrets were best left buried deep beneath its shifting sands…

  • 220 – Quicksilver (1)

    It’s the telegram Constance never wanted to read:


    Those classified operations concerned a top-secret military project code-named ‘Quicksilver’. A project based in Vienna. A project with alien connections.

    But bombed-out Vienna is not what it was before the war – with its Strauss music, its glamour and easy charm. It’s not the time nor the place for a happy reunion. As Constance Clarke is about to discover…

    And as the Doctor is about to discover, too!

  • 225 – Vortex Ice / Cortex Fire (1)

    Vortex Ice

    In search of ‘exotic particles’, the Doctor and Flip arrive 700 feet underground, in a mine in Northern Mexico – only to run into a scientific expedition. Among their number, an exobiologist. They’re all on the hunt for alien life! Deep underground, the team finally uncovers a cave of vast crystals – like ice, despite the heat. And inside the crystal: something frozen. Something trapped in time. If only it were something simple, like a monster. But it’s far, far worse than that.

    Cortex Fire

    The Doctor brings Flip to the futuristic city of Festin, the best vantage point to witness a unique astronomical light show. In a city governed by the all-powerful network known as the Cortex, they’re soon identified as outsiders – nihilists, perhaps, responsible for a wave of terror that’s been sweeping the city… But the truth is different. The people of Festin are burning up. Spontaneously combusting. And no-one knows why.

  • 231 – The Behemoth (1)

    Bath, 1756 – and a very dashing gentleman known only as the Doctor is newly arrived in town, accompanied by his lady friends Mrs Clarke and Mrs Ramon. He’s created a stir among the gentlefolk of Georgian high society – and a stir in the heart of merry widow Mrs Theodosia Middlemint, rumour has it.

    They are not the only strangers from abroad causing tongues to wag, however. The mysterious Lady Clara, come from Amsterdam in the company of the noble Captain Van Der Meer, has the whole of Bath agog. Who is she, really? What is she, really?

    But there’s something terrible beneath the veneer of Georgian gentility. As awful a horror as the Doctor has ever exposed, hidden inside Balsam’s Brassworks. Something that needs to be brought to light, for the sake of all humanity.

  • 232 – The Middle (1)

    It’s L/Wren Mrs Constance Clarke’s birthday – and Flip is determined to make it an anniversary to remember.

    The futuristic colony of Formicia, where the pampered populace pass their days in endless leisure, seems the perfect place for a ‘Wren Party’. But all is not as it seems. Looking down from the Middle, the skyscraping tower that ascends as far as the colony ceiling, Formicia’s overseers can see that the Doctor doesn’t fit in – and it’s not just his coat that makes him conspicuous…

    “The End is the Beginning,” say the propaganda-like posters all over Formicia. Because to be part of this perfect society comes at a price. And the Doctor’s already in arrears.

  • 233 – Static (1)

    Deep in the heart of nowhere, near a place called Abbey Marston, there’s a caravan site. The perfect place to get away from it all. Close by, there’s a stone circle they used for human sacrifice in olden times. A little further afield, there’s an old RAF research station, where they did hushhush things in the War.

    There’s only one rule: the use of radios, cassette recorders and portable televisions is strictly forbidden.

    People come here to get away from it all, you see. No-one wants to hear the noise. No-one wants to hear the voices in the static…

    No-one wants to hear the ghosts.

  • 238 – The Lure of the Nomad (1)

    For thousands of years, it has drifted through space, unimpeded, forgotten, seemingly lifeless. Now, finally, it has been discovered.

    Responding to a distress call from the mysterious hulk, the Doctor and his companion, space pilot Mathew Sharpe, walk into a desperate situation. The multi-tentacled semibionic Makara were tasked with renovating the abandoned craft, but now they’ve begun murdering their employers.

    The Doctor soon realises that the Makara have been programmed to kill, but by whom, and for what reason? Finding out the truth will mean uncovering a secret that threatens the entire Universe.

  • 239 – Iron Bright (1)

    It’s London, 1828, and the father-and-son team of Marc and Isambard Kingdom Brunel are masterminding a dangerous project – the digging of the Thames Tunnel. There’s just one problem…

    The Brunels’ tunnel is haunted. Every night, a spectral blue lady walks the excavation.

    Now, the 22-year-old Isambard, eager to step out of his famous father’s shadow, finds himself dealing with not only the supposed supernatural, but a second unexpected guest – a colourful trespasser who calls himself ‘The Doctor’.

    Isambard would like to know a great deal more about this strange man and his mysterious blue box…

  • 240 – Hour of the Cybermen (1)

    Answering a call from UNIT, the Doctor arrives in London to find the streets deserted, apart from looters in possession of a valuable commodity – water.

    Britain is suffering an extreme and bizarre drought. The cause is suspected to be extra-terrestrial.

    The discovery of a signal being transmitted into space, and of a spacecraft whose crew are desiccated corpses, provides a possible answer. But the true enemy is an old foe of the Doctor’s.

    The Cybermen have been patient, setting their plans in place over a number of years. As the final stage is implemented, in the darkest hour, the Doctor must identify who among his allies he can trust.

  • 246 – The Hunting Ground (1)

    The Doctor arrives in present day Iceland and receives a frosty reception from Inspector Yrsa Kristjansdottir when he becomes the chief suspect in a murder enquiry. But the Doctor knows that the real killer is of extraterrestrial origin.

    Joining forces with Yrsa, the Doctor goes in pursuit of a ruthless alien that is hunting humans for sport. Yrsa unearths a dark conspiracy which reaches back into her own past.

    Determined to expose the truth and prevent further deaths, the Doctor and Yrsa soon find themselves running for their lives, prey on the hunting ground.

  • 253 – Memories of a Tyrant (0)

    What if you’d committed a truly dreadful crime but couldn’t remember?

    The Doctor takes Peri to the Memory Farm – a state of the art space station where hidden memories can be harvested and analysed. To their surprise, they find the station in lock-down and all its resources dedicated to probing the memories of an elderly man. Garius Moro may, or may not, have been responsible for the deaths of billions of people many years ago, but he simply can’t remember.

    The assembled representatives of two opposing factions, each with their own agenda, anxiously wait for the truth to be unlocked from Moro’s mind. But when a memory does eventually surface, everyone is surprised to learn that it is of Peri…