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A Storm of Angels (audio story)

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A Storm of Angels
A Storm of Angels front cover
Doctor: The Doctor
Featuring: Susan
Main enemy: The Storm of Angels
Main setting: The Golden Hind and Nonesuch Palace, 1588
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Marc Platt
Director: John Ainsworth
Music: Andy Hardwick
Sound: Andy Hardwick
Cover by: Paul Vyse
Release details
Release number: 7
Release date: January 2005
Format: 4 Episodes on 2 CDs
Production code: DWUN07
ISBN 1-84435-093-2
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A Storm of Angels was the seventh Doctor Who Unbound audio story produced by Big Finish Productions, it was also a sequel to the first story in the Unbound range Auld Mortality. Geoffrey Bayldon reprised the role of an alternative First Doctor as did Carole Ann Ford as Susan. This story was double the length of the first story featuring this Doctor being four parts over 2 CDs compared to Auld Mortality's single part story.

Publisher's summary Edit

What if... the Doctor really had changed History, even just the tiniest bit?

1480: Leonardo da Vinci visits the stars.

1508: Vasco da Gama sets foot on Mars.

1585: Francis Drake begins charting the Asteroid belt.

1588: Earth is destroyed by a storm of angels.

The Doctor was really enjoying his freedom. But now there's a Temporal Agent on his tail. Gloriana and the President of Gallifrey are not amused. And Susan's none too well either.

Possibilities, like the Doctor, have a habit of running away with themselves. But who cares, when the jewels are so dazzling...

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