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Crossover Adventure Productions

Crossover Adventure Productions
Description:
A series of amateur audio dramas based on the world of "Doctor Who". Starring Aron Toman as the Doctor.

Homepage: http://www.crossovers.org

RSS Feed: http://www.crossovers.org/crossovers.rss

Crossover Adventure Productions Statistics
Episodes:
98
Average Episode Duration:
08:40
Longest Episode Duration:
58:21
Total Duration of all Episodes:
14 hours, 8 minutes and 52 seconds
Earliest Episode:
18 January 2000 (11:32am GMT)
Latest Episode:
25 June 2017 (1:16am GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
64 days, 23 hours, 24 minutes and 19 seconds

Crossover Adventure Productions Episodes

  • 6.2 - A Time Lord In Prince Henry's Court (Episode 2)

    9 January 2005 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 15 minutes and 35 seconds

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    Episode 2 of 4

     

    "Doctor, I don't believe it!  How could you be against love?"

     

    Whilst making repairs to the TARDIS, the Doctor manages to take his companions for a bit of a holiday in sixteenth century France at an old farm the Doctor managed to appropriate.  Frobisher isn't impressed - he'd much rather be on Florana than on Earth (again) in a time before they even have electricity.  Destina, on the other hand, is finding the time period fascinating.  Having been brought up on Gallifrey, she's never been exposed to such things as 'apples' before...

     

    However, Destina soon finds something that holds her interest far more than any fruit could do.  The palace of King Francis I of France is nearby, and Destina manages to catch the royal prince, Henry, stealing their horses.  But royal thieving aside, Destina sees something in the prince, something she's never seen in anyone else before.  So when the Doctor announces he wishes to go to court to visit an old friend of his, Destina insists on tagging along.

     

    But why does the Doctor seem so against Destina associating herself with the royal Prince?  And who is the dark stranger, who is keeping such a watchful eye on the time travellers?  Will this love story end happily ever after? 

     

    Inspired by the film Ever After, this crossover is another in the adventures of the Nth Doctor, Frobisher and Destina. 



  • 6.2 - A Time Lord In Prince Henry's Court (Episode 2)

    9 January 2005 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    Episode 2 of 4

    "Doctor, I don't believe it! How could you be against love?"

    Whilst making repairs to the TARDIS, the Doctor takes his companions for a holiday at an old farm in sixteenth century France. Frobisher isn't impressed - he'd much rather be on Florana than on Earth (again) in a time before they even have electricity. Destina, on the other hand, is finding the time period fascinating. Having been brought up on Gallifrey, she's never been exposed to such things as 'apples' before...

    However, Destina soon finds something that holds her interest far more than any fruit could do. The palace of King Francis I of France is nearby, and Destina manages to catch the royal prince, Henry, stealing their horses. But royal thieving aside, Destina sees something in the prince, something she's never seen in anyone else before. So when the Doctor announces he wishes to go to court to visit an old friend of his, Destina insists on tagging along.

    But why does the Doctor seem so against Destina associating herself with the royal Prince? And who is the dark stranger, who is keeping such a watchful eye on the time travellers? Will this love story end happily ever after?



  • 6.1 - A Time Lord In Prince Henry's Court (Episode 1)

    8 December 2004 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 19 minutes and 24 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    Episode 1 of 4

     

    "Doctor, I don't believe it!  How could you be against love?"

     

    Whilst making repairs to the TARDIS, the Doctor manages to take his companions for a bit of a holiday in sixteenth century France at an old farm the Doctor managed to appropriate.  Frobisher isn't impressed - he'd much rather be on Florana than on Earth (again) in a time before they even have electricity.  Destina, on the other hand, is finding the time period fascinating.  Having been brought up on Gallifrey, she's never been exposed to such things as 'apples' before...

     

    However, Destina soon finds something that holds her interest far more than any fruit could do.  The palace of King Francis I of France is nearby, and Destina manages to catch the royal prince, Henry, stealing their horses.  But royal thieving aside, Destina sees something in the prince, something she's never seen in anyone else before.  So when the Doctor announces he wishes to go to court to visit an old friend of his, Destina insists on tagging along.

     

    But why does the Doctor seem so against Destina associating herself with the royal Prince?  And who is the dark stranger, who is keeping such a watchful eye on the time travellers?  Will this love story end happily ever after? 

     

    Inspired by the film Ever After, this crossover is another in the adventures of the Nth Doctor, Frobisher and Destina. 



  • 6.1 - A Time Lord In Prince Henry's Court (Episode 1)

    8 December 2004 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    Episode 1 of 4

    "Doctor, I don't believe it! How could you be against love?"

    Whilst making repairs to the TARDIS, the Doctor takes his companions for a holiday at an old farm in sixteenth century France. Frobisher isn't impressed - he'd much rather be on Florana than on Earth (again) in a time before they even have electricity. Destina, on the other hand, is finding the time period fascinating. Having been brought up on Gallifrey, she's never been exposed to such things as 'apples' before...

    However, Destina soon finds something that holds her interest far more than any fruit could do. The palace of King Francis I of France is nearby, and Destina manages to catch the royal prince, Henry, stealing their horses. But royal thieving aside, Destina sees something in the prince, something she's never seen in anyone else before. So when the Doctor announces he wishes to go to court to visit an old friend of his, Destina insists on tagging along.

    But why does the Doctor seem so against Destina associating herself with the royal Prince? And who is the dark stranger, who is keeping such a watchful eye on the time travellers? Will this love story end happily ever after?



  • 6.0 - A Time Lord In Prince Henry's Court (Trailer)

    15 November 2004 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 minute and 55 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    "Doctor, I don't believe it!  How could you be against love?"

     

    Whilst making repairs to the TARDIS, the Doctor manages to take his companions for a bit of a holiday in sixteenth century France at an old farm the Doctor managed to appropriate.  Frobisher isn't impressed - he'd much rather be on Florana than on Earth (again) in a time before they even have electricity.  Destina, on the other hand, is finding the time period fascinating.  Having been brought up on Gallifrey, she's never been exposed to such things as 'apples' before...

     

    However, Destina soon finds something that holds her interest far more than any fruit could do.  The palace of King Francis I of France is nearby, and Destina manages to catch the royal prince, Henry, stealing their horses.  But royal thieving aside, Destina sees something in the prince, something she's never seen in anyone else before.  So when the Doctor announces he wishes to go to court to visit an old friend of his, Destina insists on tagging along.

     

    But why does the Doctor seem so against Destina associating herself with the royal Prince?  And who is the dark stranger, who is keeping such a watchful eye on the time travellers?  Will this love story end happily ever after? 

     

    Inspired by the film Ever After, this crossover is another in the adventures of the Nth Doctor, Frobisher and Destina. 



  • 6.0 - A Time Lord In Prince Henry's Court (Trailer)

    15 November 2004 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    "Doctor, I don't believe it!  How could you be against love?"

     

    Whilst making repairs to the TARDIS, the Doctor manages to take his companions for a bit of a holiday in sixteenth century France at an old farm the Doctor managed to appropriate.  Frobisher isn't impressed - he'd much rather be on Florana than on Earth (again) in a time before they even have electricity.  Destina, on the other hand, is finding the time period fascinating.  Having been brought up on Gallifrey, she's never been exposed to such things as 'apples' before...

     

    However, Destina soon finds something that holds her interest far more than any fruit could do.  The palace of King Francis I of France is nearby, and Destina manages to catch the royal prince, Henry, stealing their horses.  But royal thieving aside, Destina sees something in the prince, something she's never seen in anyone else before.  So when the Doctor announces he wishes to go to court to visit an old friend of his, Destina insists on tagging along.

     

    But why does the Doctor seem so against Destina associating herself with the royal Prince?  And who is the dark stranger, who is keeping such a watchful eye on the time travellers?  Will this love story end happily ever after? 

     

    Inspired by the film Ever After, this crossover is another in the adventures of the Nth Doctor, Frobisher and Destina. 



  • X.6 - Dimensions In Transference

    26 August 2004 (1:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 16 minutes and 10 seconds

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    "Come on, we're six years on now, surely we can do something better than that?"

     

    The far future: The Doctor defeated the Black Guardian's plan to use the Master to kidnap and destroy most of his previous selves, with the assistance of the White Guardian.

     

    1912: Astra, while chasing the goddess Callisto, lands on Titanic, and meets up with her new travelling companion, the Doctor.

     

    1998: The Doctor and Astra successfully convince Buffy the Vampire Slayer not to kill Count Duckula, the infamous vampire duck.

     

    Christmas: Astra's Computer's misguided attempt to celebrate the holidays results in the TARDIS being invaded by an army of singing monsters.

     

    Today: Who'd have thought, the Doctor and Astra would get to revisit all that again...

     

    Celebrating six years of Crossover Adventure madness, this special anniversary episode revisits almost every single Crossover to date in a nostalgic trip through the past.  Enjoy!



  • X.6 - Dimensions In Transference

    26 August 2004 (1:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    "Come on, we're six years on now, surely we can do something better than that?"

     

    The far future: The Doctor defeated the Black Guardian's plan to use the Master to kidnap and destroy most of his previous selves, with the assistance of the White Guardian.

     

    1912: Astra, while chasing the goddess Callisto, lands on Titanic, and meets up with her new travelling companion, the Doctor.

     

    1998: The Doctor and Astra successfully convince Buffy the Vampire Slayer not to kill Count Duckula, the infamous vampire duck.

     

    Christmas: Astra's Computer's misguided attempt to celebrate the holidays results in the TARDIS being invaded by an army of singing monsters.

     

    Today: Who'd have thought, the Doctor and Astra would get to revisit all that again...

     

    Celebrating six years of Crossover Adventure madness, this special anniversary episode revisits almost every single Crossover to date in a nostalgic trip through the past.  Enjoy!



  • X.5 - When Davros Stole Christmas

    25 December 2003 (2:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 18 minutes and 21 seconds

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     "Davros wants to join in Christmas.  So there!"

    It's Christmas, again, and the Doctor has decided to outdo himself.  Not content with chorusing Cybermen and walking through a winter wonderland, he's organised a party, and everyone's invited.  Everyone he's ever met or travelled with, including many of his other selves.

    Everyone's invited - except one.

    Yet another special Christmas musical adventure, featuring the Doctor and Davros, this story takes place sometime after A Cause For Carolling



  • X.5 - When Davros Stole Christmas

    25 December 2003 (2:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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     "Davros wants to join in Christmas.  So there!"

    It's Christmas, again, and the Doctor has decided to outdo himself.  Not content with chorusing Cybermen and walking through a winter wonderland, he's organised a party, and everyone's invited.  Everyone he's ever met or travelled with, including many of his other selves.

    Everyone's invited - except one.

    Yet another special Christmas musical adventure, featuring the Doctor and Davros, this story takes place sometime after A Cause For Carolling



  • X.4 - The Great Novel(la) of Doom(ish)

    30 November 2003 (2:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    "Once upon a time..."

     

    Take, one Doctor, mix with an old fashioned typewriter (with additional spellchecker - he's not stupid) and a vivid imagination sparked by a long and boring period where nothing much seems to be happening.  Add to this a touch of a bossy Pendorian's interference, a very warped sense of humour, and leave until barely half-baked.  

     

    End result - an insane attempt at a novel written (mostly) by everyone's favourite Time Lord.  May Rassilon help us all.  Written on the spur of the moment with nothing to guide it, the Doctor decides to churn out 50,000 words, involving as many old friends, enemies and places he can think of.  Will Destina and the Computer have a surreal and suspicious Gallifreyan-automaton relationship?  Will Frobisher be inexplicably murdered, requiring a trip to the underworld to retrieve his spirit?  Will Astra and the Doctor ever resolve their argument of whether 50,000 words is actually a novel or a novella?

     

    The thing is, nobody knows.  Not even the writer... 

     

    Featuring just about everybody from anywhere (and then some), this adventure was written partly to celebrate Doctor Who's 40th Anniversary, but mostly as part of NaNoWriMo, an international event where millions of budding (and insane) authors attempt to write a 50,000 word novel within the month of November.  Written by Aron Toman, this novel was uploaded on a weekly basis between November 8, and November 27, 2003 as it was written, totalling 52,576 words.  

     

    No planning was been done for this story, and the quality obviously reflects that of a first draft written on the fly.  Flying-by-the-seat-of-your-pants writing - there's nothing like it!



  • X.4 - The Great Novel(la) of Doom(ish)

    30 November 2003 (2:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    "Once upon a time..."

     

    Take, one Doctor, mix with an old fashioned typewriter (with additional spellchecker - he's not stupid) and a vivid imagination sparked by a long and boring period where nothing much seems to be happening.  Add to this a touch of a bossy Pendorian's interference, a very warped sense of humour, and leave until barely half-baked.  

     

    End result - an insane attempt at a novel written (mostly) by everyone's favourite Time Lord.  May Rassilon help us all.  Written on the spur of the moment with nothing to guide it, the Doctor decides to churn out 50,000 words, involving as many old friends, enemies and places he can think of.  Will Destina and the Computer have a surreal and suspicious Gallifreyan-automaton relationship?  Will Frobisher be inexplicably murdered, requiring a trip to the underworld to retrieve his spirit?  Will Astra and the Doctor ever resolve their argument of whether 50,000 words is actually a novel or a novella?

     

    The thing is, nobody knows.  Not even the writer... 

     

    Featuring just about everybody from anywhere (and then some), this adventure was written partly to celebrate Doctor Who's 40th Anniversary, but mostly as part of NaNoWriMo, an international event where millions of budding (and insane) authors attempt to write a 50,000 word novel within the month of November.  Written by Aron Toman, this novel was uploaded on a weekly basis between November 8, and November 27, 2003 as it was written, totalling 52,576 words.  

     

    No planning was been done for this story, and the quality obviously reflects that of a first draft written on the fly.  Flying-by-the-seat-of-your-pants writing - there's nothing like it!



  • X.3 - Education Of The Daleks

    26 July 2003 (1:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 19 minutes and 27 seconds

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    "Anybody can be taught. Everyone can learn, even these Daleks here. And I'll show you how it can be done."

    In his secret lair on a hidden planet, Davros has been attempting to perfect the  construction of a new race of Daleks. With them, he will continue his plan for  universal domination, and attempt to enslave the galaxy.

    However something has gone wrong, and Davros's new creations have become childlike, rather than war-like, hardly suitable for universal conquest. Although, for some reason, the Doctor has arrived, and apparently is willing to help Davros teach his Daleks the basics in galactic warfare.

    What is the Doctor up to? Is he really helping the Daleks to destroy the universe, or does he have another plan up his sleeve? All will be revealed, in an adventure which can only be described as ... educational.

    Starring Aron Toman as the Doctor and Liam Legham as Davros, this adventure, written for a University assignment, is designed to appear as if it were a part of a children's educational program.  It deals with the various theories on learning and occurs (vaguely) after the Crossover A Cause For Carolling



  • X.3 - Education Of The Daleks

    26 July 2003 (1:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    "Anybody can be taught. Everyone can learn, even these Daleks here. And I'll show you how it can be done."

    In his secret lair on a hidden planet, Davros has been attempting to perfect the  construction of a new race of Daleks. With them, he will continue his plan for  universal domination, and attempt to enslave the galaxy.

    However something has gone wrong, and Davros's new creations have become childlike, rather than war-like, hardly suitable for universal conquest. Although, for some reason, the Doctor has arrived, and apparently is willing to help Davros teach his Daleks the basics in galactic warfare.

    What is the Doctor up to? Is he really helping the Daleks to destroy the universe, or does he have another plan up his sleeve? All will be revealed, in an adventure which can only be described as ... educational.

    Starring Aron Toman as the Doctor and Liam Legham as Davros, this adventure, written for a University assignment, is designed to appear as if it were a part of a children's educational program.  It deals with the various theories on learning and occurs (vaguely) after the Crossover A Cause For Carolling



  • 5.3 - A Cause For Carolling (Episode 3)

    17 February 2003 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 17 minutes and 6 seconds

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    Episode 3 of 4

     

    "I'm going to spend my Christmas with a Dalek, Doctor!  No matter how many of you try to stop me!"

     

    Sick of the distinct lack of attention the Doctor's been giving her since they left Brisbane, Jenny decides she wants a holiday.  However, their plans are cut short when the TARDIS receives a mysterious distress call.

     

    A poor girl called Destina is in desperate trouble, her friends are in trouble and she needs the Doctor desperately to help them.  Who are the ones in trouble?  The Doctor is, of course...

     

    A time paradox has been started, and despite knowing what it could do to the web of time, the Doctor makes every attempt to rescue his future self.   But could two versions of the Time Lord battle the power from beyond the dawn of time that's being wielded here?  Or will this paradox become even more complex than either could ever have imagined... 

     

    Featuring the return of Davros, this Christmas themed Crossover also features the special guest appearances of Matthew Kopelke and Jana Kidley reprising their roles as the Doctor and Jenny from their own audio group Back to Reality Productions.



  • 5.3 - A Cause For Carolling (Episode 3)

    17 February 2003 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 3 of 4

     

    "I'm going to spend my Christmas with a Dalek, Doctor!  No matter how many of you try to stop me!"

     

    Sick of the distinct lack of attention the Doctor's been giving her since they left Brisbane, Jenny decides she wants a holiday.  However, their plans are cut short when the TARDIS receives a mysterious distress call.

     

    A poor girl called Destina is in desperate trouble, her friends are in trouble and she needs the Doctor desperately to help them.  Who are the ones in trouble?  The Doctor is, of course...

     

    A time paradox has been started, and despite knowing what it could do to the web of time, the Doctor makes every attempt to rescue his future self.   But could two versions of the Time Lord battle the power from beyond the dawn of time that's being wielded here?  Or will this paradox become even more complex than either could ever have imagined... 

     

    Featuring the return of Davros, this Christmas themed Crossover also features the special guest appearances of Matthew Kopelke and Jana Kidley reprising their roles as the Doctor and Jenny from their own audio group Back to Reality Productions.



  • 5.4 - A Cause For Carolling (Episode 4)

    17 February 2003 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 22 minutes and 46 seconds

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    Episode 4 of 4

     

    "I'm going to spend my Christmas with a Dalek, Doctor!  No matter how many of you try to stop me!"

     

    Sick of the distinct lack of attention the Doctor's been giving her since they left Brisbane, Jenny decides she wants a holiday.  However, their plans are cut short when the TARDIS receives a mysterious distress call.

     

    A poor girl called Destina is in desperate trouble, her friends are in trouble and she needs the Doctor desperately to help them.  Who are the ones in trouble?  The Doctor is, of course...

     

    A time paradox has been started, and despite knowing what it could do to the web of time, the Doctor makes every attempt to rescue his future self.   But could two versions of the Time Lord battle the power from beyond the dawn of time that's being wielded here?  Or will this paradox become even more complex than either could ever have imagined... 

     

    Featuring the return of Davros, this Christmas themed Crossover also features the special guest appearances of Matthew Kopelke and Jana Kidley reprising their roles as the Doctor and Jenny from their own audio group Back to Reality Productions.



  • 5.4 - A Cause For Carolling (Episode 4)

    17 February 2003 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 4 of 4

     

    "I'm going to spend my Christmas with a Dalek, Doctor!  No matter how many of you try to stop me!"

     

    Sick of the distinct lack of attention the Doctor's been giving her since they left Brisbane, Jenny decides she wants a holiday.  However, their plans are cut short when the TARDIS receives a mysterious distress call.

     

    A poor girl called Destina is in desperate trouble, her friends are in trouble and she needs the Doctor desperately to help them.  Who are the ones in trouble?  The Doctor is, of course...

     

    A time paradox has been started, and despite knowing what it could do to the web of time, the Doctor makes every attempt to rescue his future self.   But could two versions of the Time Lord battle the power from beyond the dawn of time that's being wielded here?  Or will this paradox become even more complex than either could ever have imagined... 

     

    Featuring the return of Davros, this Christmas themed Crossover also features the special guest appearances of Matthew Kopelke and Jana Kidley reprising their roles as the Doctor and Jenny from their own audio group Back to Reality Productions.



  • 3.2 - A TARDIS Christmas (Episode 2)

    26 December 2002 (11:43am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 2 of 2

    "Christmas is for celebrating, not for certain doom!"

     

    'Twas the morning of Christmas, and all through the ship the tinsel was glistening, the tree-lights were lit.  The Doctor had laid them with pride and with care, determined to celebrate and rest, if he dare.   The Computer was helping, with songs and with cheer, her off-key warbling instilling some fear.

     

    The console room door sprang wide with a clatter as Astra came in to see what was the matter.  She didn't agree with the Doctor's joy, the holiday he loved she found to be coy.  Christmas is fun, in theory alone, in reality people tend to look after their own.  She wanted nothing of it, she'd rather not sing, for Christmas really was not her thing.

    But before the Doctor could explain his case, the TARDIS was bombarded with monsters from space.  Known as the Cybermen they turned up in droves to turn our dear heroes into Cybermen drones.  But what was so strange, not that it was so wrong, but they threatened our heroes in rhyme and in song.

     

    Is this a spell or the wrath of some god?  Or will the Doctor find something even more odd?  Is the Computer the one they should blame, and will the TARDIS systems ever be the same?  As more monsters come and the Doctor takes flight, will he and his companions ever see Christmas night?

     

    A special Christmas musical adventure, featuring the Doctor, Astra and the Computer, this story was first released Christmas Day, 2002



  • 3.2 - A TARDIS Christmas (Episode 2)

    26 December 2002 (11:43am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 24 minutes and 2 seconds

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    Episode 2 of 2

    "Christmas is for celebrating, not for certain doom!"

     

    'Twas the morning of Christmas, and all through the ship the tinsel was glistening, the tree-lights were lit.  The Doctor had laid them with pride and with care, determined to celebrate and rest, if he dare.   The Computer was helping, with songs and with cheer, her off-key warbling instilling some fear.

     

    The console room door sprang wide with a clatter as Astra came in to see what was the matter.  She didn't agree with the Doctor's joy, the holiday he loved she found to be coy.  Christmas is fun, in theory alone, in reality people tend to look after their own.  She wanted nothing of it, she'd rather not sing, for Christmas really was not her thing.

    But before the Doctor could explain his case, the TARDIS was bombarded with monsters from space.  Known as the Cybermen they turned up in droves to turn our dear heroes into Cybermen drones.  But what was so strange, not that it was so wrong, but they threatened our heroes in rhyme and in song.

     

    Is this a spell or the wrath of some god?  Or will the Doctor find something even more odd?  Is the Computer the one they should blame, and will the TARDIS systems ever be the same?  As more monsters come and the Doctor takes flight, will he and his companions ever see Christmas night?

     

    A special Christmas musical adventure, featuring the Doctor, Astra and the Computer, this story was first released Christmas Day, 2002



  • 3.1 - A TARDIS Christmas (Episode 1)

    24 December 2002 (11:43am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 1 of 2

    "Christmas is for celebrating, not for certain doom!"

     

    'Twas the morning of Christmas, and all through the ship the tinsel was glistening, the tree-lights were lit.  The Doctor had laid them with pride and with care, determined to celebrate and rest, if he dare.   The Computer was helping, with songs and with cheer, her off-key warbling instilling some fear.

     

    The console room door sprang wide with a clatter as Astra came in to see what was the matter.  She didn't agree with the Doctor's joy, the holiday he loved she found to be coy.  Christmas is fun, in theory alone, in reality people tend to look after their own.  She wanted nothing of it, she'd rather not sing, for Christmas really was not her thing.

    But before the Doctor could explain his case, the TARDIS was bombarded with monsters from space.  Known as the Cybermen they turned up in droves to turn our dear heroes into Cybermen drones.  But what was so strange, not that it was so wrong, but they threatened our heroes in rhyme and in song.

     

    Is this a spell or the wrath of some god?  Or will the Doctor find something even more odd?  Is the Computer the one they should blame, and will the TARDIS systems ever be the same?  As more monsters come and the Doctor takes flight, will he and his companions ever see Christmas night?

     

    A special Christmas musical adventure, featuring the Doctor, Astra and the Computer, this story was first released Christmas Day, 2002



  • 3.1 - A TARDIS Christmas (Episode 1)

    24 December 2002 (11:43am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 17 minutes and 22 seconds

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    Episode 1 of 2

    "Christmas is for celebrating, not for certain doom!"

     

    'Twas the morning of Christmas, and all through the ship the tinsel was glistening, the tree-lights were lit.  The Doctor had laid them with pride and with care, determined to celebrate and rest, if he dare.   The Computer was helping, with songs and with cheer, her off-key warbling instilling some fear.

     

    The console room door sprang wide with a clatter as Astra came in to see what was the matter.  She didn't agree with the Doctor's joy, the holiday he loved she found to be coy.  Christmas is fun, in theory alone, in reality people tend to look after their own.  She wanted nothing of it, she'd rather not sing, for Christmas really was not her thing.

    But before the Doctor could explain his case, the TARDIS was bombarded with monsters from space.  Known as the Cybermen they turned up in droves to turn our dear heroes into Cybermen drones.  But what was so strange, not that it was so wrong, but they threatened our heroes in rhyme and in song.

     

    Is this a spell or the wrath of some god?  Or will the Doctor find something even more odd?  Is the Computer the one they should blame, and will the TARDIS systems ever be the same?  As more monsters come and the Doctor takes flight, will he and his companions ever see Christmas night?

     

    A special Christmas musical adventure, featuring the Doctor, Astra and the Computer, this story was first released Christmas Day, 2002



  • X.2 - I Found You Babe

    15 July 2002 (1:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 3 minutes and 56 seconds

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    "Oh Dalek!"

    Poised on a battlefront, the Daleks and the Cybermen finally face each other.  For aeons, the two forces of evil have managed to avoid each other in the universe, tied only through their constant battles with the one known as the Doctor.  But now that has all changed, and on this barren planet, the first battle between the Daleks and the Cybermen has began.  And it's not going like anyone expected.

    Of course, there was a reason they were never allowed to meet with each other...

    Starring a strange pair of Daleks and Cybermen, this musical short trip doesn't really fit into the main series so I don't think I'll even try...



  • X.2 - I Found You Babe

    15 July 2002 (1:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    "Oh Dalek!"

    Poised on a battlefront, the Daleks and the Cybermen finally face each other.  For aeons, the two forces of evil have managed to avoid each other in the universe, tied only through their constant battles with the one known as the Doctor.  But now that has all changed, and on this barren planet, the first battle between the Daleks and the Cybermen has began.  And it's not going like anyone expected.

    Of course, there was a reason they were never allowed to meet with each other...

    Starring a strange pair of Daleks and Cybermen, this musical short trip doesn't really fit into the main series so I don't think I'll even try...



  • 5.2 - A Cause For Carolling (Episode 2)

    5 April 2002 (10:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 15 minutes and 33 seconds

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    Episode 2 of 4

     

    "I'm going to spend my Christmas with a Dalek, Doctor!  No matter how many of you try to stop me!"

     

    Sick of the distinct lack of attention the Doctor's been giving her since they left Brisbane, Jenny decides she wants a holiday.  However, their plans are cut short when the TARDIS receives a mysterious distress call.

     

    A poor girl called Destina is in desperate trouble, her friends are in trouble and she needs the Doctor desperately to help them.  Who are the ones in trouble?  The Doctor is, of course...

     

    A time paradox has been started, and despite knowing what it could do to the web of time, the Doctor makes every attempt to rescue his future self.   But could two versions of the Time Lord battle the power from beyond the dawn of time that's being wielded here?  Or will this paradox become even more complex than either could ever have imagined... 

     

    Featuring the return of Davros, this Christmas themed Crossover also features the special guest appearances of Matthew Kopelke and Jana Kidley reprising their roles as the Doctor and Jenny from their own audio group Back to Reality Productions.



  • 5.2 - A Cause For Carolling (Episode 2)

    5 April 2002 (10:49am GMT)
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    Episode 2 of 4

     

    "I'm going to spend my Christmas with a Dalek, Doctor!  No matter how many of you try to stop me!"

     

    Sick of the distinct lack of attention the Doctor's been giving her since they left Brisbane, Jenny decides she wants a holiday.  However, their plans are cut short when the TARDIS receives a mysterious distress call.

     

    A poor girl called Destina is in desperate trouble, her friends are in trouble and she needs the Doctor desperately to help them.  Who are the ones in trouble?  The Doctor is, of course...

     

    A time paradox has been started, and despite knowing what it could do to the web of time, the Doctor makes every attempt to rescue his future self.   But could two versions of the Time Lord battle the power from beyond the dawn of time that's being wielded here?  Or will this paradox become even more complex than either could ever have imagined... 

     

    Featuring the return of Davros, this Christmas themed Crossover also features the special guest appearances of Matthew Kopelke and Jana Kidley reprising their roles as the Doctor and Jenny from their own audio group Back to Reality Productions.



  • 5.1 - A Cause For Carolling (Episode 1)

    5 August 2001 (10:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 14 minutes and 50 seconds

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    Episode 1 of 4

     

    "I'm going to spend my Christmas with a Dalek, Doctor!  No matter how many of you try to stop me!"

     

    Sick of the distinct lack of attention the Doctor's been giving her since they left Brisbane, Jenny decides she wants a holiday.  However, their plans are cut short when the TARDIS receives a mysterious distress call.

     

    A poor girl called Destina is in desperate trouble, her friends are in trouble and she needs the Doctor desperately to help them.  Who are the ones in trouble?  The Doctor is, of course...

     

    A time paradox has been started, and despite knowing what it could do to the web of time, the Doctor makes every attempt to rescue his future self.   But could two versions of the Time Lord battle the power from beyond the dawn of time that's being wielded here?  Or will this paradox become even more complex than either could ever have imagined... 

     

    Featuring the return of Davros, this Christmas themed Crossover also features the special guest appearances of Matthew Kopelke and Jana Kidley reprising their roles as the Doctor and Jenny from their own audio group Back to Reality Productions.



  • 5.1 - A Cause For Carolling (Episode 1)

    5 August 2001 (10:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 1 of 4

     

    "I'm going to spend my Christmas with a Dalek, Doctor!  No matter how many of you try to stop me!"

     

    Sick of the distinct lack of attention the Doctor's been giving her since they left Brisbane, Jenny decides she wants a holiday.  However, their plans are cut short when the TARDIS receives a mysterious distress call.

     

    A poor girl called Destina is in desperate trouble, her friends are in trouble and she needs the Doctor desperately to help them.  Who are the ones in trouble?  The Doctor is, of course...

     

    A time paradox has been started, and despite knowing what it could do to the web of time, the Doctor makes every attempt to rescue his future self.   But could two versions of the Time Lord battle the power from beyond the dawn of time that's being wielded here?  Or will this paradox become even more complex than either could ever have imagined... 

     

    Featuring the return of Davros, this Christmas themed Crossover also features the special guest appearances of Matthew Kopelke and Jana Kidley reprising their roles as the Doctor and Jenny from their own audio group Back to Reality Productions.



  • 5.0 - A Cause For Carolling (Trailer)

    15 July 2001 (10:49am GMT)
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    "I'm going to spend my Christmas with a Dalek, Doctor!  No matter how many of you try to stop me!"

     

    Sick of the distinct lack of attention the Doctor's been giving her since they left Brisbane, Jenny decides she wants a holiday.  However, their plans are cut short when the TARDIS receives a mysterious distress call.

     

    A poor girl called Destina is in desperate trouble, her friends are in trouble and she needs the Doctor desperately to help them.  Who are the ones in trouble?  The Doctor is, of course...

     

    A time paradox has been started, and despite knowing what it could do to the web of time, the Doctor makes every attempt to rescue his future self.   But could two versions of the Time Lord battle the power from beyond the dawn of time that's being wielded here?  Or will this paradox become even more complex than either could ever have imagined... 

     

    Featuring the return of Davros, this Christmas themed Crossover also features the special guest appearances of Matthew Kopelke and Jana Kidley reprising their roles as the Doctor and Jenny from their own audio group Back to Reality Productions.



  • 5.0 - A Cause For Carolling (Trailer)

    15 July 2001 (10:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 minute and 30 seconds

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    "I'm going to spend my Christmas with a Dalek, Doctor!  No matter how many of you try to stop me!"

     

    Sick of the distinct lack of attention the Doctor's been giving her since they left Brisbane, Jenny decides she wants a holiday.  However, their plans are cut short when the TARDIS receives a mysterious distress call.

     

    A poor girl called Destina is in desperate trouble, her friends are in trouble and she needs the Doctor desperately to help them.  Who are the ones in trouble?  The Doctor is, of course...

     

    A time paradox has been started, and despite knowing what it could do to the web of time, the Doctor makes every attempt to rescue his future self.   But could two versions of the Time Lord battle the power from beyond the dawn of time that's being wielded here?  Or will this paradox become even more complex than either could ever have imagined... 

     

    Featuring the return of Davros, this Christmas themed Crossover also features the special guest appearances of Matthew Kopelke and Jana Kidley reprising their roles as the Doctor and Jenny from their own audio group Back to Reality Productions.



  • X.1 - One Jump Ahead

    15 April 2001 (1:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 2 minutes and 59 seconds

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    "Oh cruk - they vaporised the TARDIS!"

    Frobisher is finding he's getting very used to travelling in the TARDIS again.  After all, travelling through time and space isn't all that difficult.  For example, some good rules are to make use of any ventilation shafts, polarities of neutron flows are always easily reversed, and above all, if you land on a Dalek infested planet and they happen to exterminate the TARDIS, the best plan of action is to run.

    After all, how else can you remain one jump ahead?

    Starring Aron Toman as the Doctor and Corey Klemow as Frobisher - as well as the Daleks - this short little story based on the song One Jump Ahead from Disney's Aladdin, takes place between the crossovers Faithful Unto Death and A Cause For Carolling.



  • X.1 - One Jump Ahead

    15 April 2001 (1:19am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    "Oh cruk - they vaporised the TARDIS!"

    Frobisher is finding he's getting very used to travelling in the TARDIS again.  After all, travelling through time and space isn't all that difficult.  For example, some good rules are to make use of any ventilation shafts, polarities of neutron flows are always easily reversed, and above all, if you land on a Dalek infested planet and they happen to exterminate the TARDIS, the best plan of action is to run.

    After all, how else can you remain one jump ahead?

    Starring Aron Toman as the Doctor and Corey Klemow as Frobisher - as well as the Daleks - this short little story based on the song One Jump Ahead from Disney's Aladdin, takes place between the crossovers Faithful Unto Death and A Cause For Carolling.



  • 4.3 - Faithful Unto Death (Epysode 3)

    18 December 2000 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 17 minutes and 47 seconds

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    Episode 3 of 3

    "I'm a Time Lord, not an anthropomorphic personification!"

     

    Feeling incredibly homesick, Astra has left the TARDIS to return for a holiday on her home planet, Pendor.  Leaving the Doctor to travel alone through the universe.  Alone, except for Astra's Computer of course.

     

    The TARDIS soon drifts to the edges of the universe, where the Powers that Be appear to have become bored with the very fabric of creation.   Either that, or became drunk on the day they invented a planet made up of a disc sitting on the back of four elephants that stand on a giant turtle (sex unknown) swimming through space in an orbit no one's very sure about.

    However, all is not well on the Discworld.  Death has gone missing - again - and his position is dying to be filled.  For some reason, whoever is in charge of this place has decided the Doctor seems a the perfect shape to take Death's place.  Reluctantly, the Time Lord takes the scythe and does the duty.

     

    In an adventure full of wizards, witches, dwarfs, trolls and a penguin, can the Doctor find the real Death before he's trapped in this job forever?

     

    Featuring Terry Pratchett's Discworld, this story also introduces Corey Klemow as Frobisher, the Doctor's new companion.



  • 4.3 - Faithful Unto Death (Epysode 3)

    18 December 2000 (11:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 3 of 3

    "I'm a Time Lord, not an anthropomorphic personification!"

     

    Feeling incredibly homesick, Astra has left the TARDIS to return for a holiday on her home planet, Pendor.  Leaving the Doctor to travel alone through the universe.  Alone, except for Astra's Computer of course.

     

    The TARDIS soon drifts to the edges of the universe, where the Powers that Be appear to have become bored with the very fabric of creation.   Either that, or became drunk on the day they invented a planet made up of a disc sitting on the back of four elephants that stand on a giant turtle (sex unknown) swimming through space in an orbit no one's very sure about.

    However, all is not well on the Discworld.  Death has gone missing - again - and his position is dying to be filled.  For some reason, whoever is in charge of this place has decided the Doctor seems a the perfect shape to take Death's place.  Reluctantly, the Time Lord takes the scythe and does the duty.

     

    In an adventure full of wizards, witches, dwarfs, trolls and a penguin, can the Doctor find the real Death before he's trapped in this job forever?

     

    Featuring Terry Pratchett's Discworld, this story also introduces Corey Klemow as Frobisher, the Doctor's new companion.



  • 4.2 - Faithful Unto Death (Epysode 2)

    19 August 2000 (10:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 17 minutes and 42 seconds

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    Episode 2 of 3

    "I'm a Time Lord, not an anthropomorphic personification!"

     

    Feeling incredibly homesick, Astra has left the TARDIS to return for a holiday on her home planet, Pendor.  Leaving the Doctor to travel alone through the universe.  Alone, except for Astra's Computer of course.

     

    The TARDIS soon drifts to the edges of the universe, where the Powers that Be appear to have become bored with the very fabric of creation.   Either that, or became drunk on the day they invented a planet made up of a disc sitting on the back of four elephants that stand on a giant turtle (sex unknown) swimming through space in an orbit no one's very sure about.

    However, all is not well on the Discworld.  Death has gone missing - again - and his position is dying to be filled.  For some reason, whoever is in charge of this place has decided the Doctor seems a the perfect shape to take Death's place.  Reluctantly, the Time Lord takes the scythe and does the duty.

     

    In an adventure full of wizards, witches, dwarfs, trolls and a penguin, can the Doctor find the real Death before he's trapped in this job forever?

     

    Featuring Terry Pratchett's Discworld, this story also introduces Corey Klemow as Frobisher, the Doctor's new companion.



  • 4.2 - Faithful Unto Death (Epysode 2)

    19 August 2000 (10:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 2 of 3

    "I'm a Time Lord, not an anthropomorphic personification!"

     

    Feeling incredibly homesick, Astra has left the TARDIS to return for a holiday on her home planet, Pendor.  Leaving the Doctor to travel alone through the universe.  Alone, except for Astra's Computer of course.

     

    The TARDIS soon drifts to the edges of the universe, where the Powers that Be appear to have become bored with the very fabric of creation.   Either that, or became drunk on the day they invented a planet made up of a disc sitting on the back of four elephants that stand on a giant turtle (sex unknown) swimming through space in an orbit no one's very sure about.

    However, all is not well on the Discworld.  Death has gone missing - again - and his position is dying to be filled.  For some reason, whoever is in charge of this place has decided the Doctor seems a the perfect shape to take Death's place.  Reluctantly, the Time Lord takes the scythe and does the duty.

     

    In an adventure full of wizards, witches, dwarfs, trolls and a penguin, can the Doctor find the real Death before he's trapped in this job forever?

     

    Featuring Terry Pratchett's Discworld, this story also introduces Corey Klemow as Frobisher, the Doctor's new companion.



  • 4.1 - Faithful Unto Death (Epysode 1)

    15 July 2000 (10:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 1 of 3

    "I'm a Time Lord, not an anthropomorphic personification!"

     

    Feeling incredibly homesick, Astra has left the TARDIS to return for a holiday on her home planet, Pendor.  Leaving the Doctor to travel alone through the universe.  Alone, except for Astra's Computer of course.

     

    The TARDIS soon drifts to the edges of the universe, where the Powers that Be appear to have become bored with the very fabric of creation.   Either that, or became drunk on the day they invented a planet made up of a disc sitting on the back of four elephants that stand on a giant turtle (sex unknown) swimming through space in an orbit no one's very sure about.

    However, all is not well on the Discworld.  Death has gone missing - again - and his position is dying to be filled.  For some reason, whoever is in charge of this place has decided the Doctor seems a the perfect shape to take Death's place.  Reluctantly, the Time Lord takes the scythe and does the duty.

     

    In an adventure full of wizards, witches, dwarfs, trolls and a penguin, can the Doctor find the real Death before he's trapped in this job forever?

     

    Featuring Terry Pratchett's Discworld, this story also introduces Corey Klemow as Frobisher, the Doctor's new companion.



  • 4.1 - Faithful Unto Death (Epysode 1)

    15 July 2000 (10:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 15 minutes and 5 seconds

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    Episode 1 of 3

    "I'm a Time Lord, not an anthropomorphic personification!"

     

    Feeling incredibly homesick, Astra has left the TARDIS to return for a holiday on her home planet, Pendor.  Leaving the Doctor to travel alone through the universe.  Alone, except for Astra's Computer of course.

     

    The TARDIS soon drifts to the edges of the universe, where the Powers that Be appear to have become bored with the very fabric of creation.   Either that, or became drunk on the day they invented a planet made up of a disc sitting on the back of four elephants that stand on a giant turtle (sex unknown) swimming through space in an orbit no one's very sure about.

    However, all is not well on the Discworld.  Death has gone missing - again - and his position is dying to be filled.  For some reason, whoever is in charge of this place has decided the Doctor seems a the perfect shape to take Death's place.  Reluctantly, the Time Lord takes the scythe and does the duty.

     

    In an adventure full of wizards, witches, dwarfs, trolls and a penguin, can the Doctor find the real Death before he's trapped in this job forever?

     

    Featuring Terry Pratchett's Discworld, this story also introduces Corey Klemow as Frobisher, the Doctor's new companion.



  • 4.0 - Faithful Unto Death (Trailer)

    15 June 2000 (10:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    "I'm a Time Lord, not an anthropomorphic personification!"

     

    Feeling incredibly homesick, Astra has left the TARDIS to return for a holiday on her home planet, Pendor.  Leaving the Doctor to travel alone through the universe.  Alone, except for Astra's Computer of course.

     

    The TARDIS soon drifts to the edges of the universe, where the Powers that Be appear to have become bored with the very fabric of creation.   Either that, or became drunk on the day they invented a planet made up of a disc sitting on the back of four elephants that stand on a giant turtle (sex unknown) swimming through space in an orbit no one's very sure about.

    However, all is not well on the Discworld.  Death has gone missing - again - and his position is dying to be filled.  For some reason, whoever is in charge of this place has decided the Doctor seems a the perfect shape to take Death's place.  Reluctantly, the Time Lord takes the scythe and does the duty.

     

    In an adventure full of wizards, witches, dwarfs, trolls and a penguin, can the Doctor find the real Death before he's trapped in this job forever?

     

    Featuring Terry Pratchett's Discworld, this story also introduces Corey Klemow as Frobisher, the Doctor's new companion.



  • 4.0 - Faithful Unto Death (Trailer)

    15 June 2000 (10:49am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 1 minute and 21 seconds

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    "I'm a Time Lord, not an anthropomorphic personification!"

     

    Feeling incredibly homesick, Astra has left the TARDIS to return for a holiday on her home planet, Pendor.  Leaving the Doctor to travel alone through the universe.  Alone, except for Astra's Computer of course.

     

    The TARDIS soon drifts to the edges of the universe, where the Powers that Be appear to have become bored with the very fabric of creation.   Either that, or became drunk on the day they invented a planet made up of a disc sitting on the back of four elephants that stand on a giant turtle (sex unknown) swimming through space in an orbit no one's very sure about.

    However, all is not well on the Discworld.  Death has gone missing - again - and his position is dying to be filled.  For some reason, whoever is in charge of this place has decided the Doctor seems a the perfect shape to take Death's place.  Reluctantly, the Time Lord takes the scythe and does the duty.

     

    In an adventure full of wizards, witches, dwarfs, trolls and a penguin, can the Doctor find the real Death before he's trapped in this job forever?

     

    Featuring Terry Pratchett's Discworld, this story also introduces Corey Klemow as Frobisher, the Doctor's new companion.



  • 2.1 - Toil & Trouble

    15 May 2000 (10:40am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 1 of 1

    "Wake Duncan with thy knocking - I would thou couldst!"

     

    The TARDIS takes a horrendous buffeting, and the Doctor fears the worst.   Is it Callisto, escaped from her Time Warp or the Master after finding a way off Terserus?  No, it's merely Astra's Computer, one that seems to have linked up from her home planet of Pendor and infested itself into the TARDIS's systems.  Despite it's somewhat annoying personality, the Doctor soon realises she's the least of his problems.  The TARDIS has landed in 11th Century Scotland, at the castle of the famed Macbeth, soon after his murder of King Duncan.  Toil and Trouble aplenty, after all, who needs  cackling witches when the Rani is posing as Lady Macbeth?

     

    Featuring the characters from William Shakespeare's Macbeth and the Rani, Toil & Trouble also introduces the Computer as a new addition to the TARDIS crew.



  • 2.1 - Toil & Trouble

    15 May 2000 (10:40am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 9 minutes and 55 seconds

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    Episode 1 of 1

    "Wake Duncan with thy knocking - I would thou couldst!"

     

    The TARDIS takes a horrendous buffeting, and the Doctor fears the worst.   Is it Callisto, escaped from her Time Warp or the Master after finding a way off Terserus?  No, it's merely Astra's Computer, one that seems to have linked up from her home planet of Pendor and infested itself into the TARDIS's systems.  Despite it's somewhat annoying personality, the Doctor soon realises she's the least of his problems.  The TARDIS has landed in 11th Century Scotland, at the castle of the famed Macbeth, soon after his murder of King Duncan.  Toil and Trouble aplenty, after all, who needs  cackling witches when the Rani is posing as Lady Macbeth?

     

    Featuring the characters from William Shakespeare's Macbeth and the Rani, Toil & Trouble also introduces the Computer as a new addition to the TARDIS crew.



  • 1.3 - Judgement (Episode 3)

    15 May 2000 (10:36am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 13 minutes and 9 seconds

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    Episode 3 of 3

    "The vampires!  I have to kill the vampires!"

     

    Welcome to Castle Duckula, home to a dreadful dynasty of vicious vampire ducks - the Counts of Duckula! Although they can be killed just as easily by a local slayer, this breed of vampires can be brought back to life by simple spell which can be performed once a century when the moon is in the eighth house of Aquarius. The latest reincarnation, however, did not run according to plan... After all, should vampires be sweet, vegetarian and play the harmonica?  Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't think so, as the Doctor tries to hold her back from slaying the Count, knowing that sometime soon, Judgement will need to be made...

     

    Featuring a reappearance of the characters from Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, and the characters from Count Duckula and Judge Judy, this is another adventure featuring the Doctor and Astra.



  • 1.3 - Judgement (Episode 3)

    15 May 2000 (10:36am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 3 of 3

    "The vampires!  I have to kill the vampires!"

     

    Welcome to Castle Duckula, home to a dreadful dynasty of vicious vampire ducks - the Counts of Duckula! Although they can be killed just as easily by a local slayer, this breed of vampires can be brought back to life by simple spell which can be performed once a century when the moon is in the eighth house of Aquarius. The latest reincarnation, however, did not run according to plan... After all, should vampires be sweet, vegetarian and play the harmonica?  Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't think so, as the Doctor tries to hold her back from slaying the Count, knowing that sometime soon, Judgement will need to be made...

     

    Featuring a reappearance of the characters from Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, and the characters from Count Duckula and Judge Judy, this is another adventure featuring the Doctor and Astra.



  • 1.2 - Judgement (Episode 2)

    6 April 2000 (10:36am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 12 minutes and 11 seconds

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    Episode 2 of 3

    "The vampires!  I have to kill the vampires!"

     

    Welcome to Castle Duckula, home to a dreadful dynasty of vicious vampire ducks - the Counts of Duckula! Although they can be killed just as easily by a local slayer, this breed of vampires can be brought back to life by simple spell which can be performed once a century when the moon is in the eighth house of Aquarius. The latest reincarnation, however, did not run according to plan... After all, should vampires be sweet, vegetarian and play the harmonica?  Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't think so, as the Doctor tries to hold her back from slaying the Count, knowing that sometime soon, Judgement will need to be made...

     

    Featuring a reappearance of the characters from Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, and the characters from Count Duckula and Judge Judy, this is another adventure featuring the Doctor and Astra.



  • 1.2 - Judgement (Episode 2)

    6 April 2000 (10:36am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 2 of 3

    "The vampires!  I have to kill the vampires!"

     

    Welcome to Castle Duckula, home to a dreadful dynasty of vicious vampire ducks - the Counts of Duckula! Although they can be killed just as easily by a local slayer, this breed of vampires can be brought back to life by simple spell which can be performed once a century when the moon is in the eighth house of Aquarius. The latest reincarnation, however, did not run according to plan... After all, should vampires be sweet, vegetarian and play the harmonica?  Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't think so, as the Doctor tries to hold her back from slaying the Count, knowing that sometime soon, Judgement will need to be made...

     

    Featuring a reappearance of the characters from Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, and the characters from Count Duckula and Judge Judy, this is another adventure featuring the Doctor and Astra.



  • 1.1 - Judgement (Episode 1)

    18 January 2000 (11:32am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 7 minutes and 35 seconds

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    Episode 1 of 3

    "The vampires!  I have to kill the vampires!"

     

    Welcome to Castle Duckula, home to a dreadful dynasty of vicious vampire ducks - the Counts of Duckula! Although they can be killed just as easily by a local slayer, this breed of vampires can be brought back to life by simple spell which can be performed once a century when the moon is in the eighth house of Aquarius. The latest reincarnation, however, did not run according to plan... After all, should vampires be sweet, vegetarian and play the harmonica?  Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't think so, as the Doctor tries to hold her back from slaying the Count, knowing that sometime soon, Judgement will need to be made...

     

    Featuring a reappearance of the characters from Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, and the characters from Count Duckula and Judge Judy, this is another adventure featuring the Doctor and Astra.



  • 1.1 - Judgement (Episode 1)

    18 January 2000 (11:32am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Episode 1 of 3

    "The vampires!  I have to kill the vampires!"

     

    Welcome to Castle Duckula, home to a dreadful dynasty of vicious vampire ducks - the Counts of Duckula! Although they can be killed just as easily by a local slayer, this breed of vampires can be brought back to life by simple spell which can be performed once a century when the moon is in the eighth house of Aquarius. The latest reincarnation, however, did not run according to plan... After all, should vampires be sweet, vegetarian and play the harmonica?  Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't think so, as the Doctor tries to hold her back from slaying the Count, knowing that sometime soon, Judgement will need to be made...

     

    Featuring a reappearance of the characters from Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, and the characters from Count Duckula and Judge Judy, this is another adventure featuring the Doctor and Astra.



 
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