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ISBN: 1408427265
Author: Katy Manning,Terrance Dicks
Language: English
Publisher: AudioGO Ltd.; Unabridged edition (July 13, 2010)
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
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In this amazing adventure, Doctors One, Two and Three cross Time and Space and come together to fight a ruthlessly dangerous enemy - Omega

Jo glanced at the Doctor. Things must be pretty serious then  . In this amazing adventure, Doctors One, Two and Three cross Time and Space and come together to fight a ruthlessly dangerous enemy - Omega. Katy Manning reads Terrance Dicks’ complete and unabridged novelisation, first published by Target Books in 1975.

The Three Doctors is the first serial of the tenth season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, first broadcast in four weekly parts on BBC1 from 30 December 1972 to 20 January 1973

The Three Doctors is the first serial of the tenth season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, first broadcast in four weekly parts on BBC1 from 30 December 1972 to 20 January 1973. In the serial, the solar engineer Omega (Stephen Thorne), the creator of the experiments that allowed the Time Lords to travel in time, seeks revenge on the Time Lords after he was left for dead in a universe made of antimatter.

The Doctor Who News Page described him as "arguably the most prolific contributor to Doctor Who".

The Three Doctors was the first serial of season 10 of Doctor Who. The serial marked several milestones for the program. Most notably, it was the first multi-Doctor story, establishing the concept of the Doctor being able to meet his past incarnations. As such, it also marked the return of William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton to the roles of the First Doctor and Second Doctor respectively.

This novel is based on a Doctor Who story which was originally broadcast from 30 December . Doctor who and the abominable snowmen. When the Doctor was younger, he was an older man.

This novel is based on a Doctor Who story which was originally broadcast from 30 December 1972 to 20 January 1973. Following the first three Doctors as played by William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee, together with Jo Grant and the UNIT organisation commanded by Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart. Doctor who and the auton invasion. It seems strange now, but when television audiences were first introduced to the Doctor, nothing was revealed about his origins and background.

Katy Manning reads this exciting novelisation of a classic Doctor Who adventure. See all Product description. The Three Doctors was a story in the Doctor Who tv series from 1973, written to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the program, and featuring, as it was a celebratory story, all three Doctors who had played the role so far! William Hartnell appeared as the First Doctor, but his ill health did not allow him to play a full role, so the First Doctor was written to appear on the Tardis scanner only, allowing him to interact with his other selves.

Today, we fan's of classic Doctor Who have sadly lost Terrance Dicks. Carnival of Monsters. Rest in peace Terrance and thank you for inspiring and entertaining a number of generations of Doctor Who/Sci-Fi fans.

As timey-wimey as Doctor Who goes, you can’t beat The Day of the Doctor. The episode that celebrated 50 years of the television show featured three Doctors, two (kind-of) companions and one very special Curator. Fresh from stepping down as Doctor Who showrunner, Steven Moffat faced another challenge with his first ever novel and ripped up the rule book in the process, of course. Using the time travel within the story, the book jumps off the page as the jumbled chapters immerse you in a deeper journey.

Doctor Who and the Genesis of the Daleks. 4th Doctor Novelisation. Katy Manning reads this exciting classic novelisation of a Third Doctor TV adventure. Doctor Who: The Three Doctors. Narrated by: Katy Manning. Length: 3 hrs and 32 mins. Narrated by: Jon Culshaw, Nicholas Briggs. Length: 4 hrs and 10 mins. The Doctor and Jo land on a cargo ship crossing the Indian Ocean in the year 1926. Far away on a planet called Inter Minor, a travelling showman is setting up his live peepshow, watched by an eager audience of space officials.

The Three Doctors @ the NextGen UGM Conference .

The Three Doctors @ the NextGen UGM Conference

In this exciting reading of a Doctor Who novelization, first published by Target Books in 1975, Doctors One, Two, and Three cross time and space and come together to fight a ruthless enemy - Omega. Once a Time Lord, now exiled to a black hole in space, Omega is seeking a bitter and deadly revenge against the whole Universe. Katy Manning reads Terrance Dicks’ complete and unabridged novelization.

Comments:

Jockahougu
When I was a kid I was allowed to watch Doctor Who only if the grown-ups weren't wanting the other channel. (Yes we only had two tv channels) So I'd see an episode here and there but never get a whole story.
By the time the 'new' Who came along I had my own tv and could watch what I wanted. But I still was a fan.
I love these books with stories that feature the early Doctor. (This one is great with the three personalities having to work together.) I read them whenever I can. The Audible ones are great too. Especially the ones that are the actual actors with narration to tell me what is going on.
Fans of Doctor Who will love this book. Fans of English sci-fi will like this. And others will wonder what is going on.
The Doctor Who team were doing Steam Punk long before in got its name. So take a journey in the TARDIS and meet three of the greatest Time Lords of all time. English fun at its best.
By the way, for those who think that Doctor Who is just for kids, this series works on two levels. The younger audience may get some of it but there is heaps for the rest of us as well.
Mikale
Like always there some difference between the show and book. Base on the Three Doctors episode you find mostly just the second and third doctor due to the actor who played the first doctor was too ill to play bigger role. While it is bit slow and sometimes a bit boring though.
Kakashkaliandiia
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Fordregelv
I enjoyed reading this and it told the 3 Doctors story pretty well as I remember watching the segment on PBS TV in Maryland.
Ylal
I got this because I had one of each of the first three doctors and got this and I loved it. Very faithful to the episode.
Kabei
Please note that this is a review of the audio book of 'Doctor Who: The Three Doctors'.

The plot of The Three Doctors is standard fare - the Jon Pertwee Doctor is being pursued initially by a blob of jelly (and what later can be described as malevolent giant jelly babies), and it appears early on as though the Doc has met his match. He puts out a distress call to Gallifrey, in hopes that they can dispatch assistance - unfortunately, the council is unable to offer assistance, as they are experiencing related issues themselves, and so with no alternative, and recognizing that the Doctor does, indeed, need help, they allow him to help himself - by sending the Troughton Doctor for an assist! Loads of fun, lots of chills, and Terrance Dicks, an old hand at the Doc writing business, pulls it off brilliantly.

Just as brilliant, however, is the production of the audio version of this book. The charming Katy Manning serves as our narrator, performing all of the voices in a spectacular fashion (and with a small bit of electronic help for one of the characters, who needs to sound more imposing than Katy's sweet voice can manage). The sound effects and incidental music are absolutely perfect for the recording, never too intrusive, and always within the context of the story. At times, the music serves as punctuation for the end of a scene, and it's all really well done, and crisp to the ear.

I half-expected to have snippets of audio from the original story as it was aired; that was not the case, but I was not disappointed. This is four hours of cracking entertainment, and well worth picking up!
Vobei
To celebrate the tenth year of Doctor Who, the BBC decided to present a story featuring the current (third) incarnation of the Doctor with his predecessors. This novel is Terrance Dicks' adaptation of the anniversary story.
The Doctor is visited by Dr. Tyler, whose cosmic ray research coincides with the vanishment of a game warden, who is seeking help to resolve some mysterious results. But it turns out that he has somehow captured a blob of anti-matter, which is the bridgehead of an assault on our universe from the universe of anti-matter.
Under siege in his nonfunctional TARDIS, the Doctor calls on the Time Lords for help. However, they too are under siege and decide that since they can't help the Doctor, he's have to help himself. And so the Doctor's earlier incarnations arrive to help him.
This story is important in Doctor Who's history, as it reveals more of the history of the Doctor's people, the Time Lords. And it's also quite a lot of fun!
One of the unfortunate aspects of the story is that, sadly, William Hartnell was too ill to fully participate in the story. I'm sure it would have been more enjoyable had he been able to take a larger role, and this adaptation does not increase the Doctor's first incarnation's role in the story.
Although all three of the Doctors that have lived to this point are in the book, the first Doctor has a pretty token presence. Nonetheless this is an excellent story. The entire universe is in danger from a black hole that is sucking up all its energy. The laws of physics, as always in the Doctor's world, are somewhat different from in ours :) Seems the Doctor is the only one left who can do anything about the situation. In fact his buddies the Time Lords, who had previously banished him to Earth and stripped him of the ability to time travel, call upon his current and previous selves to save everyone. This is another fun one, lots of action and we even get a rare view at the Time Lord's society and a bit of their history and how they cam the be lords of time.

A quick fun read, highly recommended.

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