The Paradise of Death

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The Paradise of Death
Doctor Who radio play
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CD release cover
Cast
Production
Writer Barry Letts
Director Phil Clarke
Length 5 episodes, 30 mins each
Originally broadcast 27 August – 24 September 1993
Chronology
← Preceded by Followed by →
The Time Warrior Invasion of the Dinosaurs

The Paradise of Death is a radio audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who, produced by the BBC and first broadcast in five episodes on BBC Radio 5 from 27 August to 24 September 1993. The original radio play was released on CD as part of the BBC Radio Collection in March 2000. A second radio play featuring the Third Doctor, The Ghosts of N-Space, was broadcast in 1996.

Synopsis[edit]

Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart asks the Doctor to investigate a new theme park called Space World. Together with Sarah Jane Smith and Jeremy Fitzoliver, they take in the incongruous exhibits, including virtual reality and even live alien creatures.

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The Paradise of Death
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Author Barry Letts
Series Doctor Who book:
Target novelisations
Release number
156
Publisher Target Books
Publication date
1994
ISBN 0-426-20413-1
Preceded by The Evil of the Daleks
Followed by none

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The Paradise of Death was novelised as part of the Target Books range by Barry Letts in 1994 (ISBN 0-426-20413-1); it was the 156th and final novelisation to be published by Target, ending a series of books that began in 1964 (and under the Target label since 1973). The following serial, The Ghosts of N-Space, would be novelised under the Virgin Missing Adventures series.

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