Warehouse, The

Barnaby Edwards, Bonnie Langford, Lauren Yason, Mike Tucker, Richard Fox, Sylvester McCoy, Tom Webster (cover artwork)

Format: CD-Audio

Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd

Published: 31-08-2015

£14.99

There’s something decidedly disturbing going on in a deep space packaging facility…The Doctor and Mel land in what appears to be an orbiting warehouse, a delivery facility with a dangerously eratic computer. Whilst Mel is helping with repairs, the Doctor begins to realise that not everything in the warehouse is as it seems.

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SKU: 9781781785430

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The Doctor and Mel land in what appears to be an orbiting warehouse, a delivery facility with a dangerously eratic computer. Whilst Mel is helping with repairs, the Doctor begins to realise that not everything in the warehouse is as it seems. Why do no goods ever seem to leave the shelves? Why are the staff so obsessed with the stocktake? And who is the mysterious Supervisor? On the planet below, the Doctor discovers that the computer might be the least of their problems – and that they should be more concerned with the spacestation’s mould and vermin…Sylvester McCoy played the Doctor from 1987 to 1996, but is also familiar to modern cinema audiences as Radagast the Brown from Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit movies. Bonnie Langford played a companion to both the Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) and Seven Doctor (Sylvester McCoy), and her subsequent career has included Chicago on stage, and Dancing on Ice. Written by Mike Tucker, who was part of the Model Unit working on BBC’s Doctor Who over the last thirty years. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Bonnie Langford (Melanie Bush), Phillip Franks (Supervisor/Acolyte), Dillie Keane (Lydek), Clara Buckfield (Ann/Darl), Barry McCarthy (Fred/Terminal), Anna Bentinck (Jean/Computer), Barnaby Edwards (Reef).

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Dimensions 142 × 125 mm
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