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50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC
50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC
Key crew
Publisher: BBC Audio
Read by: Elisabeth Sladen, Anthony Head, Louise Jameson
Release details
Release date: 3 October 2013
Format: 16 CDs
ISBN 978-1-4713-0508-5
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Doctor Who at the BBC
50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC was a 2013 release from AudioGO containing the complete Doctor Who at the BBC CD series — a collection of interviews, discussions, humour and drama about Doctor Who.

Publisher summary Edit

Over 17 hours of features from BBC Radio and Television, from the 1960s to the present day, presented by Elisabeth Sladen, Anthony Head and Louise Jameson.

Celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who at the BBC with this unique collection of behind-the-scenes interviews, set reports, lively discussions, comedy and drama, including items from Blue Peter, Woman's Hour, Today, Pete Murray's Open House, Nationwide, Newsbeat, I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, Dead Ringers, The Now Show, Week Ending, PM and many more.

Featuring Freema Agyeman, Tom Baker, John Barrowman, Phil Collinson, Russell T Davies, Peter Davison, Christopher Eccleston, Janet Fielding, Carole Ann Ford, Julie Gardner, Karen Gillan, Michael Grade, Anthony Head, Louise Jameson, John Leeson, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Kylie Minogue, Steven Moffat, John Nathan-Turner, Terry Nation, Jon Pertwee, Billie Piper, Elisabeth Sladen, Matt Smith, Sarah Sutton, Mary Tamm, Catherine Tate, David Tennant, Patrick Troughton, Lalla Ward, Matthew Waterhouse, and many, many more.

Also includes the full-cast radio plays Regenerations by Daragh Carville, Blue Sands and Golden Veils by Martyn Wade and Dalek I Love You by Colin Sharpe, plus an extended version of BBC Radio 2's 2005 documentary Project WHO?

Contents Edit

  1. 30 Years and Beyond
  2. In the Hot Seat
  3. Now and Then
  4. The Plays
  5. Project: Who?
  6. The Tenth Doctor
  7. A Legend Reborn
  8. Lost Treasures

Notes Edit

  • The set included the extra release Project WHO? to fill in the 2005 timeframe, though this disc was not originally part of the Doctor Who at the BBC CD series.
  • This was one of the final products released by AudioGO before the company closed down.

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