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"My life is an endless journey across the bounds of Space and Time..." Now on CD, Demon Records celebrates Tom Baker's unique portrayal of the famous Time Lord, almost 50 years after he made his screen debut in the role on 28 December 1974. This 4CD set blends thrilling audio drama with interviews and readings by the man himself. Genesis of the Daleks is the original 1979 album version of the legendary TV serial, whilst Doctor Who and the Pescatonsis the exclusive audio drama first released in 1976. Exploration Earth: The Time Machine was specially produced by BBC Schools Radio in 1976, and The State of Decay - available here on CD for the first time - is a unique audiobook reading from 1982. The collection is completed by Tom Baker in His Own Words, a selection of BBC radio appearances recorded in the 1970s and 1980s. With an eye-catching Fourth Doctor front cover, the deluxe gatefold packaging houses 4 CDs in individual sleeves, plus a full colour booklet with cast, credits and tracklisting information. Co-starring Elisabeth Sladen, Ian Marter, Bill Mitchell and John Westbrook, and accompanied by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop's familiar Doctor Who theme, these dramas, readings and interviews are a fitting way to celebrate one of the most celebrated Doctors of all.
"My life is an endless journey across the bounds of Space and Time..." Now on CD, Demon Records celebrates Tom Baker's unique portrayal of the famous Time Lord, almost 50 years after he made his screen debut in the role on 28 December 1974. This 4CD set blends thrilling audio drama with interviews and readings by the man himself. Genesis of the Daleks is the original 1979 album version of the legendary TV serial, whilst Doctor Who and the Pescatonsis the exclusive audio drama first released in 1976. Exploration Earth: The Time Machine was specially produced by BBC Schools Radio in 1976, and The State of Decay - available here on CD for the first time - is a unique audiobook reading from 1982. The collection is completed by Tom Baker in His Own Words, a selection of BBC radio appearances recorded in the 1970s and 1980s. With an eye-catching Fourth Doctor front cover, the deluxe gatefold packaging houses 4 CDs in individual sleeves, plus a full colour booklet with cast, credits and tracklisting information. Co-starring Elisabeth Sladen, Ian Marter, Bill Mitchell and John Westbrook, and accompanied by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop's familiar Doctor Who theme, these dramas, readings and interviews are a fitting way to celebrate one of the most celebrated Doctors of all.
740155741532
Tom Baker Collection (Box) [Deluxe] (Uk)
Artist: Doctor Who
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks
2. Doctor Who and the Pescatons
3. Exploration Earth: The Time Machine + Selection of BBC Radio Interviews with Tom Baker Made in the 1970S and 1980S
4. Doctor Who: State of Decay

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"My life is an endless journey across the bounds of Space and Time..." Now on CD, Demon Records celebrates Tom Baker's unique portrayal of the famous Time Lord, almost 50 years after he made his screen debut in the role on 28 December 1974. This 4CD set blends thrilling audio drama with interviews and readings by the man himself. Genesis of the Daleks is the original 1979 album version of the legendary TV serial, whilst Doctor Who and the Pescatonsis the exclusive audio drama first released in 1976. Exploration Earth: The Time Machine was specially produced by BBC Schools Radio in 1976, and The State of Decay - available here on CD for the first time - is a unique audiobook reading from 1982. The collection is completed by Tom Baker in His Own Words, a selection of BBC radio appearances recorded in the 1970s and 1980s. With an eye-catching Fourth Doctor front cover, the deluxe gatefold packaging houses 4 CDs in individual sleeves, plus a full colour booklet with cast, credits and tracklisting information. Co-starring Elisabeth Sladen, Ian Marter, Bill Mitchell and John Westbrook, and accompanied by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop's familiar Doctor Who theme, these dramas, readings and interviews are a fitting way to celebrate one of the most celebrated Doctors of all.
        
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