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The Fifth Traveller (audio story)

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The Fifth Traveller
The Fifth Traveller
Doctor: First Doctor
Companion(s): Vicki, Ian, Barbara
Main enemy: Jospa
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Philip Lawrence
Director: Lisa Bowerman
Music: Toby Hrycek-Robinson
Sound: Toby Hrycek-Robinson
Cover by: Tom Webster
Release details
Release number: 3.2
Release date: 13 October 2016
ISBN 978-1-78178-379-5
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The Fifth Traveller was the second story of the third season of The Early Adventures. It was written by Philip Lawrence and featured the First Doctor and Ian Chesterton, both voiced by William Russell, Vicki voiced by Maureen O'Brien, and Barbara Wright voiced by Jemma Powell.

Publisher's summary Edit

The Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Vicki and Jospa land the TARDIS on the homeworld of the Arunde. Emerging into the jungle that covers the planet and encountering the strange wildlife dwelling within, the travellers are unaware that the true rulers live high above them in the trees.

The ape-like members of the tribe are in trouble. The last Matriar's nest has been lost to the surface, and the people are hungry... Maybe these strangers may be responsible. And some believe they may be salvation.

The TARDIS crew are about to find themselves in the middle of somebody else's battle. But there's more at stake than even they can know.

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Enemy in the Dark (2) Edit

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The Hidden Soldier(3) Edit

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