List of Doctor Who audio releases

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For audiobooks, see List of Doctor Who audiobooks. For soundtracks and other music releases, see List of Doctor Who music releases. For audio productions by Big Finish, see List of Doctor Who audio plays by Big Finish.

There have been many official and unofficial Doctor Who and related spin-offs released on audio, as LPs, audiocassettes, audio CDs and MP3 CDs. Recordings here are listed by their original release date.

Television soundtracks[edit]

Cover of the first Doctor Who TV soundtrack release
Covers of four "Lost Episode" soundtracks released by the BBC Radio Collection

In 1966, an abridged recording of episode 6 of The Chase was released with narration on a 7" record. In 1979, the BBC released an abridged version of Genesis of the Daleks. In 1992 a brief series began releasing audio versions of missing stories from the archives, with link narration provided by one of the actors who played the Doctor. The soundtracks that were known to exist at the time were not the optimal audio quality and the range only released a few stories. A second series of "Lost Episode" soundtrack releases began in 1999. This series differed from earlier releases by having "linking" narration (to describe action and other sequences that were originally visual) read by an actor or actress who had played a companion in the original serial, rather than one of the actors who played the Doctor (except The Macra Terror, which used the original narration by Colin Baker). Another difference is that all the later releases were remastered for release by Mark Ayres from tapes recorded "off-air" at the original time of broadcast, or, when necessary, due to quality and possibly availability, from surviving films. From 1999 to 2004, these recordings were released under the "BBC Radio Collection" banner, and, starting in 2004, they have been released under the "BBC Audio" banner, with different outer packaging. The series was officially completed in 2006 with the release of The Reign of Terror; however, a rerelease of the soundtrack for The Tomb of the Cybermen was produced, and was followed by new audio productions of available serials. All have been released by the BBC unless otherwise noted.

This list is in order by release date and can be sorted by TV story number (see List of Doctor Who serials), title, narrator or format.

Story # Title Doctor Narrator Format release date Notes
016 The Daleks First Doctor David Graham 7" April 1966 An abridged recording of "The Planet of Decision", Episode 6 of The Chase. Released by Century 21 Records.
078 Genesis of the Daleks Fourth Doctor Tom Baker LP October 1979 An abridged version of the soundtrack.

Reissues

  • 7 November 1988 (cassette, along with Slipback, see below)
  • 2 July 2001 (CD, in a revised and expanded version with Exploration Earth: The Time Machine -see below)
  • 29 April 2010 (free CD with that day's edition of The Daily Telegraph newspaper)
  • 3 February 2011 (CD in a "facsimile" edition of the original LP edit replicating the original LP artwork)[1]
034 The Macra Terror Second Doctor Colin Baker 2-Cassette 6 July 1992 The narration is the same as later used on the 2000 CD edition but a poorer quality version of the original soundtrack was all that was available in 1992.
036 The Evil of the Daleks Second Doctor Tom Baker 2-Cassette 6 July 1992 This release cut two scenes set in a coffee bar, in which music by The Seekers and The Beatles could be heard playing in the background. Unlike the releases of 1993, Tom Baker does not perform his narration "in character" as the Doctor.
037 The Tomb of the Cybermen Second Doctor Jon Pertwee 2-cassette 7 June 1993 This release was prepared prior to the rediscovery of the television episodes for the stories and so not released in 1992. Due to contractual obligations it was released in 1993.
030 The Power of the Daleks Second Doctor Tom Baker 2-cassette 2 August 1993 Tom Baker performs his narration "in character" as the Doctor relating a past story in his life.
042 Fury from the Deep Second Doctor Tom Baker 2-cassette 4 October 1993 Tom Baker performs his narration "in character" as the Doctor relating a past story in his life.
022 The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve First Doctor Peter Purves 2-cassette
2-CD
2 August 1999 This release also used The Massacre title.

Reissues

  • 4 August 2003 (CD, Adventures in History box set with The Myth Makers and The Highlanders)
  • 3 February 2011 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Two: 1965–1966 boxset)[2]
041 The Web of Fear Second Doctor Frazer Hines 3-CD 6 March 2000 Reissues
  • 7 April 2003 (Mp3-CD with The Abominable Snowmen)
  • 7 July 2003 (CD, Yeti Attack box set with The Abominable Snowmen)
  • 2 August 2012 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Five: 1967–1969 boxset)[3]
018 Galaxy 4 First Doctor Peter Purves 2-CD 5 June 2000 Reissues
  • 5 August 2010 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection One: 1964–1965 boxset)[4]
031 The Highlanders Second Doctor Frazer Hines 2-CD 7 August 2000 Reissues
  • 4 August 2003 (CD, Adventures in History box set with The Myth Makers and The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve)
  • 4 August 2011 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Three: 1966–1967 boxset)[5]
034 The Macra Terror Second Doctor Colin Baker 2-CD 7 August 2000 The narration is the same as on the 1992 audio cassette edition but a better quality version of the original soundtrack is used.
020 The Myth Makers First Doctor Peter Purves 2-CD 8 January 2001 Reissues
  • 4 August 2003 (CD, Adventures in History box set with The Highlanders and The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve)
  • 5 August 2010 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection One: 1964–1965 boxset)[4]
033 The Moonbase Second Doctor Frazer Hines 2-CD 2 April 2001 Reissues
  • 4 August 2011 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Three: 1966–1967 boxset)[5]
024 The Celestial Toymaker First Doctor Peter Purves 2-CD 2 April 2001 Reissues
  • 3 February 2011 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Two: 1965–1966 boxset)
038 The Abominable Snowmen Second Doctor Frazer Hines 2-CD 2 July 2001 Reissues
  • 7 April 2003 (Mp3-CD with The Web of Fear)
  • 7 July 2003 (CD, Yeti Attack box set with The Web of Fear)
  • 2 February 2012 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Four: 1967 boxset)[6]
019
021
The Daleks' Master Plan First Doctor Peter Purves 5-CD 22 October 2001 Disc one contains "Mission to the Unknown" and also has a bonus data track, consisting of MP3 files of the episode soundtracks without narration, copies of the linking narration script in PDF format, and MP3 copies of sound clips before and after audio restoration.

Reissues

  • 7 April 2003 (Mp3-CD)
  • 3 February 2011 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Two: 1965–1966 boxset)[2]
035 The Faceless Ones Second Doctor Frazer Hines 2-CD 4 February 2002 Reissues
  • 2 February 2012 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Four: 1967 boxset)[6]
028 The Smugglers First Doctor Anneke Wills 2-CD 6 May 2002 Reissues
  • 4 August 2011 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Three: 1966–1967 boxset)[5]
040 The Enemy of the World Second Doctor Frazer Hines 2-CD 5 August 2002 Reissues
  • 2 August 2012 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Five: 1967–1969 boxset)[3]
026 The Savages First Doctor Peter Purves 2-CD 11 November 2002 Reissues
  • 3 February 2011 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Two: 1965–1966 boxset)[2]
049 The Space Pirates Second Doctor Frazer Hines 2-CD 3 February 2003 Reissues
  • 2 August 2012 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Five: 1967–1969 boxset)[3]
004 Marco Polo First Doctor William Russell 3-CD 3 November 2003 A printed bonus is an included map of Cathay (China) similar to the one originally shown on screen while Marco Polo narrates his travel journal, and explaining historical inaccuracies between real locations and locations used in the serial. The first disc in the set contains data as well as audio; the data includes MP3 files of the soundtracks without additional narration, PDF files of the narration scripts, and computer wallpaper versions of the aforementioned map of Cathay.

Reissues

  • 5 August 2010 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection One: 1964–1965 boxset).[4]
030 The Power of the Daleks Second Doctor Anneke Wills 2-CD 3 November 2003 Part of The Daleks limited tin release with The Evil of the Daleks and My Life as a Dalek.

Reissues

  • 2 August 2004 (CD, individual release)
  • 20 June 2005 (Reconstructed with John Cura's "tele-snaps" to illustrate the serial when played on a home computer)
  • 4 August 2011 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Three: 1966–1967 boxset)[5]
036 The Evil of the Daleks Second Doctor Frazer Hines 3-CD 3 November 2003 Part of The Daleks limited tin release with The Power of the Daleks and My Life as a Dalek. This was the first time that complete versions of all seven episodes appeared unedited in audio form. The previous release had to cut a scene set in a coffee bar with a Beatles song playing in the background. Mark Ayres discusses in a Doctor Who Magazine interview in issue 336 how a rights clearance was not only simply unfeasible due to cost, but that the rights owner would not issue a clearance under any circumstances. Mark goes on to describe how he painstakingly was able to use another song in the background instead (later revealed to be a song by the Dave Clark Five), digitally inserting the one over the other.

Reissues

  • 2 August 2004 (CD, individual release)
  • 2 February 2012 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Four: 1967 boxset)[6]
042 Fury from the Deep Second Doctor Frazer Hines 2-CD 2 February 2004 Reissues
  • 2 August 2012 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Five: 1967–1969 boxset)[3]
043 The Wheel in Space Second Doctor Wendy Padbury 2-CD 3 May 2004 Reissues
  • 2 August 2012 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Five: 1967–1969 boxset)[3]
029 The Tenth Planet First Doctor Anneke Wills 2-CD 1 November 2004 Released in the limited The Cybermen tin with The Invasion and The Origins of the Cybermen. Bonus interview with Anneke Wills.

Reissues

  • 9 January 2006 (CD, individual release)
  • 4 August 2011 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Three: 1966–1967 boxset)[5]
046 The Invasion Second Doctor Frazer Hines 3-CD 1 November 2004 Released in the limited The Cybermen tin with The Tenth Planet and The Origins of the Cybermen. Bonus interview with Frazer Hines.

Reissues

  • 9 January 2006 (CD, individual release)
  • 2 August 2012 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Five: 1967–1969 boxset)[3]
032 The Underwater Menace Second Doctor Anneke Wills 2-CD 7 February 2005 Bonus interview with Anneke Wills. Inner CD card can be reversed so that the case's spine will match the style of the earlier BBC Radio Collection releases on a shelf.

Reissues

  • 4 August 2011 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Three: 1966–1967 boxset)[5]
014 The Crusade First Doctor William Russell 2-CD 2 May 2005 Bonus interview with William Russell. Inner CD card can be reversed so that the case's spine will match the style of the earlier BBC Radio Collection releases on a shelf.

Reissues

  • 5 August 2010(CD, The Lost TV Episodes Collection 1 boxset[4] with the bonus interview moved to a separate CD.)
039 The Ice Warriors Second Doctor Frazer Hines 2-CD 1 August 2005 Bonus interview with Frazer Hines (the interview is split into two parts, one part on each disc). Inner CD card can be reversed so that the case's spine will match the style of the earlier BBC Radio Collection releases on a shelf.

Reissues

  • 2 February 2012 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Four: 1967 boxset)[6]
008 The Reign of Terror First Doctor Carole Ann Ford 2-CD 6 February 2006 Bonus interview with Carole Ann Ford.

Reissues

  • 5 August 2010 (CD, in The Lost TV Episodes Collection One: 1964–1965 boxset)[4] with the bonus interview moved to a separate CD.)
037 The Tomb of the Cybermen Second Doctor Frazer Hines 2-CD 1 May 2006 Bonus interview with Frazer Hines
023 The Ark First Doctor Peter Purves 2-CD 7 August 2006 Bonus interview with Peter Purves

Reissues

  • 5 September 2013 (CD, in The TV Episodes Collection Six boxset)[7]
052 Doctor Who and the Silurians Third Doctor Caroline John 3-CD 6 November 2006 Bonus Interview with Caroline John. Released in the Monsters on Earth limited edition tin with The Sea Devils and Warriors of the Deep.

Reissues

  • 7 January 2008 (CD, individual release)
062 The Sea Devils Third Doctor Katy Manning 2-CD 6 November 2006 Bonus Interview with Katy Manning. Released in the Monsters on Earth limited edition tin with Doctor Who and the Silurians and Warriors of the Deep.

Reissues

  • 7 January 2008 (CD, individual release)
130 Warriors of the Deep Fifth Doctor Janet Fielding 2-CD 6 November 2006 Bonus Interview with Janet Fielding. Released in the Monsters on Earth limited edition tin with Doctor Who and the Silurians and The Sea Devils.

Reissues

  • 7 January 2008 (CD, individual release)
025 The Gunfighters First Doctor Peter Purves 2-CD 5 February 2007 Bonus interview with Peter Purves. Also includes a special 10-minute music segment, "The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon" by Tristram Cary

Reissues

  • 5 September 2013 (CD, in The TV Episodes Collection Six boxset)[7]
044 The Dominators Second Doctor Wendy Padbury 2-CD 7 May 2007 Bonus interview with Wendy Padbury
027 The War Machines First Doctor Anneke Wills 2-CD 6 August 2007 Bonus interview with Anneke Wills

Reissues

  • 5 September 2013 (CD, in The TV Episodes Collection Six boxset)[7]
061 The Curse of Peladon Third Doctor Katy Manning 2-CD 5 November 2007 Bonus interview with Katy Manning
073 The Monster of Peladon Third Doctor Elisabeth Sladen 2-CD 3 March 2008 Bonus interview with Elisabeth Sladen
012 The Romans First Doctor William Russell 2-CD 22 May 2008 Bonus archive radio items that look at the real-life Nero and the life and career of William Hartnell

Reissues

  • 5 September 2013 (CD, in The TV Episodes Collection Six boxset)[7]
007 The Sensorites First Doctor William Russell 2-CD 10 July 2008 Bonus interview with William Russell

Reissues

  • 5 September 2013 (CD, in The TV Episodes Collection Six boxset)[7]
047 The Krotons Second Doctor Frazer Hines 2-CD 13 November 2008 Bonus interview with Frazer Hines
056 The Mind of Evil Third Doctor Richard Franklin 2-CD 12 February 2009 Bonus interview with Richard Franklin
015 The Space Museum First Doctor Maureen O'Brien 2-CD 7 May 2009 Bonus interview with Maureen O'Brien; this interview was reissued in the The Lost TV Episodes Collection One: 1964–1965 boxset.

Reissues

  • 5 September 2013 (CD, in The TV Episodes Collection Six boxset)[7]
053 The Ambassadors of Death Third Doctor Caroline John 3-CD 6 August 2009 Bonus interview with Caroline John
019 "Mission to the Unknown" First Doctor Peter Purves CD 2010 Released on its own as a giveaway with The Daily Telegraph
034 The Macra Terror Second Doctor Anneke Wills 2-CD 2 February 2012 Remastered with new narration. Available only in the The Lost TV Episodes Collection Four: 1967 boxset[6]
092 Horror of Fang Rock Fourth Doctor Louise Jameson 2-CD 6 September 2012 Bonus interview with Louise Jameson
099 The Pirate Planet Fourth Doctor John Leeson 2-CD 4 October 2012 Bonus interview with John Leeson
104 Destiny of the Daleks Fourth Doctor Lalla Ward 2-CD 5 November 2012 Bonus interview with Lalla Ward
105 City of Death Fourth Doctor Lalla Ward 2-CD 6 December 2012 Bonus interview with Lalla Ward

Audio drama[edit]

There have been several original audio dramas produced for Doctor Who, mostly produced for radio or internet broadcast.

Title Writer Doctor Format Company release date Notes
Doctor Who and the Pescatons Victor Pemberton Fourth Doctor LP
Cassette
Decca July 1976 Reissues
  • January 1979 (LP, World Record Club, Australia)
  • April 1985 (Cassette, London Records)
  • January 1986 (Cassette, Newman Publishing, USA)
  • 1991 (CD & Cassette, Silva Screen Records)
  • October 1993 (Cassette, Polygram)
  • 3 January 2005 (CD with a bonus interview CD with Elisabeth Sladen, BBC Audio)
  • 7 April 2011 (CD in the boxset The BBC Radio Adventures)[8]
Slipback Eric Saward Sixth Doctor Cassette BBC Audio 7 November 1988 Released with Genesis of the Daleks (see above).

Reissues

  • 8 January 2001 (CD)
  • 7 April 2011 (CD in the boxset The BBC Radio Adventures)[8]
The Paradise of Death Barry Letts Third Doctor Cassette BBC Audio 7 November 1993 Reissues
  • 6 March 2000 (2-CD)
  • 7 April 2011 (CD in the boxset The BBC Radio Adventures)[8]
The Ghosts of N-Space Barry Letts Third Doctor Cassette BBC Audio 19 February 1996 Reissues
  • 5 June 2000 (3-CD)
  • 7 April 2011 (CD in the boxset The BBC Radio Adventures)[8]
Exploration Earth Bernard Venables Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 2 July 2001 Released with the CD reissue of Genesis of the Daleks (see above).

Reissues

  • 28 April 2010 (free CD with that day's edition of The Daily Telegraph newspaper)
  • 7 April 2011 (CD in the boxset The BBC Radio Adventures)[8]
Death Comes to Time Colin Meek Seventh Doctor 3-CD BBC Audio 28 October 2002 Edited/modified version of the webcast. Bonus outtakes and interviews on disc 3.

Reissues

  • 7 April 2003 (Special edition Mp3-CD including the original webcast with illustrations)
Real Time Gary Russell Sixth Doctor 2-CD Big Finish 12 December 2002 Commissioned, produced by Big Finish for, and webcast on the official BBC Doctor Who website.
Shada Douglas Adams Eighth Doctor 2-CD Big Finish December 2003 New recording of the incomplete Douglas Adams story, commissioned, produced by Big Finish for, and webcast on the official BBC Doctor Who website.
The Stuff of Nightmares Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 3 September 2009 Part of the Hornets' Nest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 12 January 2010 (CD in the boxset Hornets' Nest: The Complete Series)
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
The Dead Shoes Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 8 October 2009 Part of the Hornets' Nest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 12 January 2010 (CD in the boxset Hornets' Nest: The Complete Series)
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
The Circus Of Doom Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 11 November 2009 Part of the Hornets' Nest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 12 January 2010 (CD in the boxset Hornets' Nest: The Complete Series)
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
A Sting in the Tale Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 2 December 2009 Part of the Hornets' Nest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 12 January 2010 (CD in the boxset Hornets' Nest: The Complete Series)
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
Hive of Horror Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 2 December 2009 Part of the Hornets' Nest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 12 January 2010 (CD in the boxset Hornets' Nest: The Complete Series)
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
The Relics of Time[10] Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 2 September 2010 Part of the Demon Quest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 6 October 2011 (CD in the boxset Demon Quest: The Complete Series)
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
The Demon of Paris[11] Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 7 October 2010 Part of the Demon Quest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 6 October 2011 (CD in the boxset Demon Quest: The Complete Series)
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
A Shard of Ice[12] Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 4 November 2010 Part of the Demon Quest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 6 October 2011 (CD in the boxset Demon Quest: The Complete Series)
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
Starfall[13] Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 2 December 2010 Part of the Demon Quest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 6 October 2011 (CD in the boxset Demon Quest: The Complete Series)
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
Sepulchre[14] Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 2 December 2010 Part of the Demon Quest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 6 October 2011 (CD in the boxset Demon Quest: The Complete Series)
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
Tsar Wars[15] Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 8 September 2011 Part of Serpent Crest series, but also stands on its own.[16]

Reissues

  • 6 September 2012 (CD in the boxset Serpent Crest: The Complete Series) [17]
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
The Broken Crown[18] Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 6 October 2011 Part of Serpent Crest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 6 September 2012 (CD in the boxset Serpent Crest: The Complete Series) [17]
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
Aladdin Time[19] Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 3 November 2011 Part of Serpent Crest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 6 September 2012 (CD in the boxset Serpent Crest: The Complete Series) [17]
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
The Hexford Invasion[20] Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 8 December 2011 Part of Serpent Crest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 6 September 2012 (CD in the boxset Serpent Crest: The Complete Series) [17]
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]
Survivors in Space[20] Paul Magrs Fourth Doctor CD BBC Audio 8 December 2011 Part of Serpent Crest series, but also stands on its own.

Reissues

  • 6 September 2012 (CD in the boxset Serpent Crest: The Complete Series) [17]
  • 16 July 2015 (CD in the boxset The Nest Cottage Chronicles)[9]

Spin-offs[edit]

Torchwood[edit]

Torchwood has had seven Afternoon Plays, most bridging the gap between Series 2 and Children of Earth.

Title Writer Format Company release date Notes
"Lost Souls" Joseph Lidster CD BBC Audio 18 September 2008 Bonus "Torchwood: All Access" programme detailing behind the scenes of the television show.

Reissues

  • 8 April 2010 (CD, Torchwood: The Radio Adventures boxset)[21]
"Asylum"[22] Anita Sullivan CD BBC Audio 2 July 2009 Reissues
  • 22 September 2009 (CD, Torchwood: The Radio Adventures boxset)
  • 8 April 2010 (CD, Torchwood: The Radio Adventures boxset)
"Golden Age"[22] James Goss CD BBC Audio 6 August 2009 Reissues
  • 22 September 2009 (CD, Torchwood: The Radio Adventures boxset)
  • 8 April 2010 (CD, Torchwood: The Radio Adventures boxset)
"The Dead Line"[22] Phil Ford CD BBC Audio 6 August 2009 Reissues
  • 22 September 2009 (CD, Torchwood: The Radio Adventures boxset)
  • 8 April 2010 (CD, Torchwood: The Radio Adventures boxset)
The Lost Files: "The Devil and Miss Carew"[23] Rupert Laight Download AudioGO July 2011 Reissues
  • 8 September 2011 (CD, Torchwood: The Lost Files boxset)[24]
The Lost Files: "Submission"[25] Ryan Scott Download AudioGO July 2011 Reissues
  • 8 September 2011 (CD, Torchwood: The Lost Files boxset)[24]
The Lost Files: "The House of the Dead"[26] James Goss Download AudioGO July 2011 Reissues
  • 8 September 2011 (CD, Torchwood: The Lost Files boxset)[24]

Kaldor City[edit]

A series of audio dramas set in Kaldor City on the unnamed planet featured in the Doctor Who serial The Robots of Death.

Title Writer Format Company release date Notes
Occam's Razor Alan Stevens & Jim Smith CD Magic Bullet Productions September 2001
Death's Head Chris Boucher CD Magic Bullet Productions April 2002
Hidden Persuaders Jim Smith & Fiona Moore CD Magic Bullet Productions November 2002
Taren Capel Alan Stevens CD Magic Bullet Productions March 2003
Checkmate Alan Stevens CD Magic Bullet Productions September 2003 Features the Fendahl from the Doctor Who serial Image of the Fendahl.
"The Prisoner" Alan Stevens & Fiona Moore CD MJTV 2004 Short play included on the interview CD The Actor Speaks: Paul Darrow
Storm Mine Daniel O'Mahony CD Magic Bullet Productions December 2004 Features the Fendahl
"Metafiction" Alan Stevens and Fiona Moore Download Magic Bullet Productions 7 July 2012[27]

Faction Paradox[edit]

Audio dramas featuring the Faction Paradox, a time travelling cult/rebel group/organised crime syndicate originally appearing in the Eighth Doctor Adventures line of Doctor Who novels.

Title Writer Format Company release date Notes
The Eleven Day Empire Lawrence Miles CD BBV October 2001
The Shadow Play Lawrence Miles CD BBV October 2001
Sabbath Dei Lawrence Miles CD BBV February 2003
The Year of the Cat Lawrence Miles CD BBV April 2003
Movers Lawrence Miles CD BBV December 2003
A Labyrinth of Histories Lawrence Miles CD BBV February 2004
Coming to Dust Lawrence Miles CD Magic Bullet Productions July 2005 True History of Faction Paradox, Vol. I
The Ship of a Billion Years Lawrence Miles CD Magic Bullet Productions April 2006 True History of Faction Paradox, Vol. II
Body Politic Lawrence Miles CD Magic Bullet Productions May 2008 True History of Faction Paradox, Vol. III; Features Gabriel Woolf as Sutekh from Pyramids of Mars
Words from Nine Divinities Lawrence Miles CD Magic Bullet Productions 24 November 2008 True History of Faction Paradox, Vol. IV; Features Gabriel Woolf as Sutekh
Ozymandias Lawrence Miles CD Magic Bullet Productions 8 June 2009 True History of Faction Paradox, Vol. V; Features Gabriel Woolf as Sutekh
The Judgment of Sutekh Lawrence Miles CD Magic Bullet Productions 23 November 2009 True History of Faction Paradox, Vol. VI; Features Gabriel Woolf as Sutekh

The Minister of Chance[edit]

A series featuring the Minister of Chance from Death Comes to Time.

Title Writer Format Company Release date Notes
"The Pointed Hand" Dan Freeman Download Radio Static 26 February 2011 Prologue
"The Broken World" Dan Freeman Download Radio Static 17 March 2011 Episode 1
"The Forest Shakes" Dan Freeman Download Radio Static 12 May 2011 Episode 2
"Paludin Fields" Dan Freeman Download Radio Static 21 July 2012 Episode 3
"The Tiger" Dan Freeman Download Radio Static 28 February 2013 Episode 4
"In a Bark on the River Hex" Dan Freeman Download Radio Static 17 May 2013 Episode 5

BBV audio spinoffs[edit]

BBV has produced many Doctor Who audio spinoffs, official and unofficial. This list only covers the licensed spinoffs in which Doctor Who characters or races have been licensed from their creators.

Title Writer Format Company Release date Notes
Adventures in a Pocket Universe: The Choice Nigel Fairs CD BBV June 1999 Featuring John Leeson as K-9 and Lalla Ward as "The Mistress"
Zygons: Homeland Paul Dearing CD BBV August 1999 Featuring the Zygons
Adventures in a Pocket Universe: The Search Mark Duncan CD BBV September 1999 Featuring John Leeson as K-9 and Lalla Ward as "The Mistress"
Zygons: Absolution Paul Ebbs CD BBV October 1999 Featuring the Zygons
Krynoids: The Root of All Evil Lance Parkin CD BBV November 1999 Featuring the Krynoids
Sontarans: Silent Warrior Peter Grehen CD BBV December 1999 Featuring the Sontarans
Sontarans: Old Soldiers Colin Hill & Simon Gerard CD BBV February 2000 Featuring the Sontarans
I Scream Lance Parkin CD BBV August 2000 Featuring the I from the Eighth Doctor Adventures novel Seeing I
Sontarans: Conduct Unbecoming Gareth Preston CD BBV September 2000 Featuring the Sontarans
The Rani Reaps the Whirlwind Pip and Jane Baker CD BBV November 2000 Featuring Kate O'Mara as the Rani
Wirrn: Race Memory Paul Ebbs CD BBV February 2001 Featuring the Wirrn
The Barnacled Baby Anthony Keetch CD BBV June 2001 Featuring the Zygons
The Green Man Zoltán Déry CD BBV March 2002 Featuring the Krynoids
In2Minds Ian Hepburn CD BBV September 2002 Featuring the Rutan Host
The Quality of Mercy David A. McIntee CD BBV September 2002 Featuring Guy de Carnac from the Virgin New Adventures novel Sanctuary

Other Spinoffs[edit]

Title Writer Format Company Release date Notes
Doctor Who at the BBC: The Plays various 2-CD BBC Audio 4 September 2006 Contains Regenerations by Daragh Carville, Blue Veils and Golden Sands by Martyn Wade, and Dalek, I Love You by Colin Sharpe

Reissues

  • 3 October 2013,CD in the box set 50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC at the BBC[28]
Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf Toby Hadoke CD BBC Audio 30 July 2007 An adaptation of Toby Hadoke's one-man show for BBC7
Whatever Happened to... Susan? Adrian Mourby CD BBC Audio 11 April 2011[8] Spoof "documentary" from the Whatever Happened to ...? series of radio programmes. Released in the box set The BBC Radio Adventures
Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.[29] Terry Nation
Milton Subotsky
David Whitaker
7" EP Silva Screen Records 16 April 2011 Side Two of this special Record Store Day release limited to 500 copies features a mini-adventure edited from this film's soundtrack

Documentaries and non-fiction[edit]

Title Format Company release date Notes
An Evening with the Doctor Cassette Listen for Pleasure June 1996 A Recording of Jon Pertwee's one-man show Who is Jon Pertwee?
Doctor Who at the BBC 2-CD BBC Audio 1 September 2003 Contains 30 Years, originally broadcast on 20 November 1993 for Doctor Who's 30th anniversary, presented by Nicholas Courtney and a series of radio clips from 1972–2002, presented by Elisabeth Sladen.

Reissues

  • 3 October 2013,CD in the box set 50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC under the title 30 Years and More[28]
My Life as a Dalek CD BBC Audio 3 November 2003 Presented by Mark Gatiss. Exclusively released in the limited edition Dalek tin with the soundtracks of The Power of the Daleks and The Evil of the Daleks
Doctor Who at the BBC Volume 2 2-CD BBC Audio 6 September 2004 A variety of BBC Radio and TV clips from 1967–2003, presented by Elisabeth Sladen.

Reissues

  • 3 October 2013,CD in the box set 50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC under the title In the Hot Seat[28]
Project: Who? 2-CD BBC Audio 2 May 2005 Release of BBC Radio 2 programme narrated by Anthony Head, with behind-the-scenes information on the new series. Contains thirty minutes of previously unreleased material

Reissues

  • 3 October 2013,CD in the box set 50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC[28]
Doctor Who at the BBC Volume 3 2-CD BBC Audio 5 September 2005 Contains BBC TV and Radio items related to Doctor Who from 1974 through 2005, presented by Elisabeth Sladen

Reissues

  • 3 October 2013,CD in the box set 50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC under the title Now and Then[28]
Doctor Who: The Dalek Conquests 2-CD BBC Audio 1 May 2006 Written, directed and narrated by Nicholas Briggs. An original account of the history of the Daleks, from their creation through their attempts at conquering the universe. The discs feature audio clips from the TV series, and short Dalek scenes performed by Briggs.
Doctor Who at the BBC – The Tenth Doctor 2-CD BBC Audio 3 September 2007 Presented by Elisabeth Sladen

Reissues

  • 3 October 2013,CD in the box set 50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC[28]
Doctor Who at the BBC – A Legend Reborn 2-CD BBC Audio 21 January 2010 Presented by Elisabeth Sladen

Reissues

  • 3 October 2013,CD in the box set 50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC[28]
Doctor Who: The Essential Companion CD BBC Audio 18 November 2010[30] Audio highlights from Series 5, presented by Alex Price
Doctor Who – The Lost Episodes CD BBC Audio 3 February 2011 First broadcast on Radio 4 as part of the Archive on 4 series in December 2009. Shaun Levy investigates what happened to the missing Doctor Who episodes. Released in The Lost TV Episodes Collection Two: 1965–1966 boxset.[2]
Who is the Doctor? CD AudioGo 27 November 2013[31] BBC Radio 2 50th anniversary documentary
Doctor Who at the BBC – Lost Treasures TBA BBC AudioGo 4 October 2013[32][33] Presented by Louise Jameson[34]

Reissues

  • 3 October 2013,CD in the box set 50 Years of Doctor Who at the BBC at the BBC[28]

Interviews[edit]

Title Interviewee Format Company release date Notes
The Ultimate Interview Colin Baker and David Banks Cassette Silver Fist October 1989 Colin and David interview each other during the tour of The Ultimate Adventure.

Reissues

  • November 2004 (CD)
Who's The Real McCoy Sylvester McCoy Cassette Silver Fist February 1990 Reissues
  • February 2005 (CD)
Pertwee in Person Jon Pertwee Cassette Silver Fist July 1990 Reissues
  • September 2004 (CD)
The Actor Speaks: Elisabeth Sladen Elisabeth Sladen CD MJTV November 2001
The Actor Speaks: Louise Jameson Louise Jameson CD MJTV December 2005
Cult Conversations, Volume One Gareth David-Lloyd, Phil Willmott, and Deborah Watling CD Fantom Films 18 June 2007
Tom Baker at 80 Tom Baker CD Big Finish 30 September 2014

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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