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The Audio Scripts: Volume Three
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Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Editor: Ian Farrington
Release date: 8 April 2004
Format: Hardback book, 352 pages
ISBN 1-84435-063-0
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The Audio Scripts: Volume Three was the official release of four scripts from Big Finish's run of full-cast Doctor Who audios: Spare Parts, The Spectre of Lanyon Moor, The Rapture and The Chimes of Midnight.

Publisher's summary Edit

Since 1999, Big Finish Productions have produced regular, fully-licensed ongoing audio adventures for the Doctor and his companions on CD. Each four-part story stars members of the original Doctor Who cast in brand-new adventures through time and space.

This collection also includes an introductory essay by Colin Baker. Also included are essays by all the writers and directors and original story outlines.

Representing the Fifth Doctor adventures, starring Peter Davison, comes Spare Parts, written by Marc Platt and focussing on the early days of the Doctor's old foes, the Cybermen.

Colin Baker featured in Nicholas Pegg's The Spectre of Lanyon Moor, featuring the long-awaited first meeting between the Sixth Doctor and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart as played by Nicholas Courtney.

From the Seventh Doctor run, with Sylvester McCoy, is The Rapture by Joseph Lidster, set around the hedonistic clublands of Ibiza.

Rounding this collection off is The Chimes of Midnight, an eeries thriller featuring the Eighth Doctor and Charley penned by Robert Shearman.

This collection also features a number of deleted scenes, observations by the writers and directors, script annotations, alternative episode scripts, original outlines and other features!

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