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by Steve Lyons

eBook Blood of the Daleks, Part 1 (Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor Adventures, 1.1) download ISBN: 1844352552
Author: Steve Lyons
Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (January 1, 2007)
Language: English
ePub: 1474 kb
Fb2: 1793 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Pseudoscience
Subcategory: Science Fiction

Doctor Who book Chronological Placement This story takes place after the 1996 Doctor Who TV Movie and after the Eight Doctor's adventures with Charley Pollard.

People of Red Rocket Rising, my fellow citizens. Start by marking Doctor Who: Blood of the Daleks, Part 1 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Chronological Placement This story takes place after the 1996 Doctor Who TV Movie and after the Eight Doctor's adventures with Charley Pollard.

In 2006 Big Finish Productions began a standalone range of audio plays featuring the Eighth Doctor. These stories were set after his travels with Charley Pollard and C'rizz in the monthly range. The first series of the Eighth Doctor Adventures began with Blood of the Daleks, a two part story spread across two separate releases and showcasing a more violent approach. Announced in August 2018, this series is set between the first and second series of audio adventures.

Excellent story of the 8th Doctor. Great writing and performances. However, when the Daleks show up, the story takes off with the Daleks saying they're on a mission of mercy while the Doctor uncovers the truth behind a dead scientist's experiment. While Lucie doesn't get off to a great start in this episode, McGann and the Daleks carry the story and set up the conclusion.

Blood of the Daleks was the first story in the first series of the Eighth Doctor Adventures, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Steve Lyons and featured Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor and introduced Sheridan Smith as the new companion Lucie Miller. It was released in two parts in January and February 2007, respectively. Co-produced with BBC 7, this was the first Doctor Who audio story to debut on the radio since The Ghosts of N-Space in 1996.

Paul McGann's Eighth Doctor starts another phase of his adventures with a brand new companion (Lucie Miller - played by the award-winning Sheridan Smith) and an all-star supporting cast "People of Red Rocket Rising, my fellow citizens. Our long night is over. I've been contacted by a benevolent people. They have offered us refuge, and passage to the nearest human worlds.

Written by Steve Lyons. Note: The adventure continues in Doctor Who: Blood of the Daleks Part 2. Recorded on: 21 and 29 August 2006. Starring Paul McGann Sheridan Smith. Paul McGann's Eighth Doctor starts another phase of his adventures with a brand new companion (Lucie Miller - played by the award-winning Sheridan Smith) and an all-star supporting cast "People of Red Rocket Rising, my fellow citizens. Recorded at: The Moat Studios.

Written by Steve Lyons, Audiobook narrated by Paul McGann .

Written by Steve Lyons, Audiobook narrated by Paul McGann, Sheridan Smith, Hayley Atwell, Nicholas Briggs, Anita Dobson, Kenneth Cranham. Doctor Who - Blood of the Daleks Part 2. By: Steve Lyons. Narrated by: Paul McGann, Sheridan Smith, Hayley Atwell, and others. Paul McGann's Eighth Doctor starts another phase of his adventures with a brand-new companion (Lucie Miller, played by the award-winning Sheridan Smith) and an all-star supporting cast.

Blood of the Daleks was the first of Big Finish Productions' The New Eighth Doctor Adventures audio stories. Co-produced with BBC 7, this was the first Doctor Who audio story to debut on radio since The Ghosts of N-Space in 1996

Blood of the Daleks was the first of Big Finish Productions' The New Eighth Doctor Adventures audio stories. Co-produced with BBC 7, this was the first Doctor Who audio story to debut on radio since The Ghosts of N-Space in 1996. Broadcast and released in two parts, it featured the Eighth Doctor played by Paul McGann and introduced Sheridan Smith as Lucie Miller. This story takes place after the final story featuring Charlotte Pollard with the Eighth Doctor, namely The Girl Who Never Was.

Blood of the Daleks (part 2) - Love it. Horror of Glam Rock – Gawd Awful. Immortal Beloved – Good. That’s about all I have to say for series 1 of the Eighth Doctor Adventures with Lucie Miller - first impression. Except for Glam Rock and No More Lies (which I must have been focused at work and not giving it due attention) this was a good series. black small square: :black small square: :black small square: :black small square

Blood of the Daleks Part 2". Nicholas Briggs.

1-515 with the Daleks, a more voilent approach. Directed by. Written by. Featuring. Blood of the Daleks Part 2". February 2007 (2007-02).

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Comments: (7)
Windforge
I enjoyed it, good story line, good sound effects, however I found it annoying that I had to buy another CD in order to finish the story when it could have easily been put onto one disc.
Anaginn
Excellent story of the 8th Doctor. Great writing and performances.
Walianirv
Excellent story, can't wait to listen to the second part.Highly recommended. The television show should take some notes on how to do a excellent story.
Paster
It was sad that Paul Mcgann never got his own series but these audio adventures help make up for it I love the updated theme of the opening I love that the actor who plays the Daleks directed some of these episodes in the case of Blood of the Daleks Its is a great start to a season.
Froststalker
Loved it
Black_Hawk_Down
Thanks!
Auridora
Please note that this release only contains ONE disk, that is, Part One of Two. Half the story.

Do not be fooled like I was.

At the time of this review, Amazon does not offer Part Two. You will have to order directly from Big Finish productions.

It sure would be nice if both disks were sold together.
There's something clever yet still awkward about having the Doctor's new companion being popped into the TARDIS and also someone the Doctor can't just get rid of. Add to that the idea that she's in the Time Lord's Witness Protection program and you have a fascinating conception.

The execution of this meeting was a bit off. I have to admit that for the first few minutes I found Lucie to be a somewhat annoying character who did stupid things like waiting in line for a Dalek ship to pick them up. Originally, they were going to assign different titles to each part and this might not have been a bad idea as there were few Daleks showing up.

However, when the Daleks show up, the story takes off with the Daleks saying they're on a mission of mercy while the Doctor uncovers the truth behind a dead scientist's experiment.

While Lucie doesn't get off to a great start in this episode, McGann and the Daleks carry the story and set up the conclusion.