Five narrated TV soundtrack adventures starring Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor - plus bonus features.
Absent from the TV archives, these stories survive in their entirety only as soundtrack recordings. Now remastered, with additional linking narration, you can enjoy them again: plus bonus interviews with Anneke Wills and Frazer Hines.
In The Macra Terror the TARDIS visits a human colony that appears to be one big holiday camp, but has in fact been infiltrated and taken over by a race of giant crab-like creatures - the Macra.
The Faceless Ones sees the TARDIS make a hazardous return to 1960s Earth, materialising on a runway at Gatwick Airport!
In The Evil of the Daleks the TARDIS has been stolen by antiques dealer Edward Waterfield, who lures the Doctor and Jamie into an elaborate trap set by the most deadly race in the universe: the Daleks.
The Abominable Snowmen finds the TARDIS in the Himalayas in 1935, where the Doctor makes a return visit to the nearby Detsen monastery - only to find it under attack, apparently from the Yeti....
In The Ice Warriors the TARDIS crew materialise in an England of the future to find Earth in the grip of a new Ice Age - and under threat from a new menace in the form of the Ice Warriors....
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
What listeners say about Doctor Who: The Lost TV Episodes Collection Four
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- Steve Crosby
as the title says absolutely brilliant loved the episodes the ice warriors was my favourite
Great stories, annoying interruption
These are all wonderful classic stories, but someone decided it was a good idea to insert an unannounced, unexplained 15 minute section between The Evil of the Daleks and The Abominable Snowmen. There is no narration at all and no dialogue for several minutes. I assume this is one of the "bonus" sections. They are usually at the end where those of us who want an unadulterated Dr Who world (sans actors, sans anecdotes, sans production details) can easily avoid them. For me, this was an unwarranted, lengthy intrusion that spoiled the continuity