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Doctor Who at the BBC: Lost Treasures was the 2013 instalment in BBC Audio's Doctor Who at the BBC CD series. This release featured clips of radio interviews and press conferences gathered from fans and other public sources.

Publisher summary Edit

Louise Jameson presents another time travelling journey through six decades of radio and TV broadcasting, uncovering rarities from behind the scenes of Doctor Who

Do you remember when the Fourth Doctor called in on Peter Murray's Open House? or when Louise Jameson was menaced by a Dalek on BBC Radio Bristol? Do you remember when June Whitfield auditioned a Dalek? If these things passed you by in the 1970s and 1980s, now's your chance to catch up!

Featuring rare recordings from the BBC archives and beyond, Doctor Who at the BBC: Lost Treasures is full of gems. There are recollections from six lead actors — Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant and Matt Smith — plus their companion co-stars Louise Jameson, Lalla Ward, Nicholas Courtney, Karen Gillan and Jenna Coleman, and production personnel including Delia Derbyshire, Peter Howell, Pennant Roberts, Russell T Davies and Steven Moffat. There are also features on the show's famous theme tune; the recovery of a lost TV episode; the cancellation of Shada and the legendary exhibition at Blackpool, along with excerpts from a radio programme broadcast live from a Doctor Who convention!

Louise Jameson (Leela) is your guide on this entertaining tour behind the scenes of the series which has been entertaining us all for an astonishing half century.

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CD 1 track listings Edit

  • Information Please, BBC Light Programme, circa 1964
Featuring Delia Derbyshire, unidentified BBC interviewer
  • Music Machine: TV Theme Tunes, BBC Radio 3, 28 May 1996
Featuring Sue Nelson, Peter Howell, Neil Gaiman
  • Richard Latto's Drivetime, BBC Radio Solent, 30 May 2011
Featuring Richard Latto, David Stead
  • Shelved, BBC Radio 4, 12 December 2009
Featuring Shaun Ley, Tom Baker, Jeremy Bentham, Pennant Roberts, Lalla Ward
  • Graham Norton, BBC Radio 2, 17 March 2012
Featuring Graham Norton, interviewing Lalla Ward
  • Pete Murray's Open House, BBC Radio 2, 24 December 1975
Featuring Tom Baker, Pete Murray, unidentified alien voice
  • Hopscotch, BBC Radio Bristol, circa March 1978
Featuring unidentified interviewer, Louise Jameson, schoolchildren including Steven Maggs, unidentified song performers
  • BBC local radio programme, circa 1984
Featuring unidentified presenter, Ray Dale
  • Latham's Light Programme, BBC Wiltshire Sound, 27 August 1989
Featuring Sylvester McCoy, David Latham
  • BBC local radio programme, circa 1996
Featuring unidentified presenter, Jon Pertwee
  • The News Huddlines, BBC Radio 2, 14 April 1988
Featuring Roy Hudd, June Whitfield, Dalek voice

CD 2 track listings Edit

  • Promotional Trailer for The Green Death, unidentified channel, circa March 1993
Featuring Nicholas Courtney
  • Latham's Light Programme, BBC Wiltshire Sound, 27 August 1989
Featuring Nicholas Courtney, David Latham
  • Front Row, BBC Radio 4, 20 April 2011
Featuring Graham Norton, Steven Moffat
  • Breakfast, BBC One, 21 April 2011
Featuring Bill Turnbull, Sian Williams, David Tennant, Elisabeth Sladen
  • Graham Norton, BBC Radio 2, 23 April 2011
Featuring Graham Norton, Steven Moffat
  • Graham Norton, BBC Radio 2, 30 April 2011
Featuring Graham Norton, Christopher Eccleston
  • Night Waves BBC Radio 3, 15 December 2009
Featuring Matthew Sweet, Steven Moffat
  • Steve Wright, BBC Radio 2, 21 November 2011
Featuring Steve Wright, Matt Smith, Karen Gillan
  • Richard Bacon, BBC Radio 5 Live, 15 December 2011
Featuring Richard Bacon, Matt Smith, Steven Moffat
  • Richard Bacon, BBC Radio 5 Live, 11 March 2013
Featuring Richard Bacon, Mitch Benn, Marcus Wilson, Jenna-Louise Coleman
  • The Last Word, BBC Radio 4, 10 June 2011
Featuring Matthew Bannister, Elvis McGonagle, Roy Skelton

Notes Edit

  • BBC Audio had appealed to the public in 2004 for home recordings of Doctor Who related materiel. The bulk of this release was made up of these submissions.
  • This was the final release in the Doctor Who at the BBC series, and one of the last items published by AudioGO before the company closed down.
  • The disc was also included in the simultaneous release of the 50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC box set.
  • Although this was the seventh release in the series, it was marked as Volume 8 due to the inclusion of Project WHO? in the 50 Years box.
  • Louise Jameson narrated this release, substituting for the recently departed Elisabeth Sladen.

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