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Doctor Who: The Stealers from Saiph (The Companion Chronicles #3.12)

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A new adventure with the Fourth Doctor as told by his companion, Romana.

It's 1929, and the TARDIS crew is holidaying in the Antibes. While the Doctor practices his painting, Romana attempts to fend off the playful advances of young Tommy Creighton. All is peaceful and idyllic except for the portentous warning of astrologer Madame Arcana, and the fact that personal items ar
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Published June 2009
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Wendy
Oct 29, 2009 Wendy rated it liked it
The Doctor and Romana I are on holiday on the French Riviera in 1929, and become aware of strange alien goings-on.

I believe that this is the first Companion Chronicle to feature only one voice actor, rather than two, but I can't actually say that I noticed, until it was brought up in the extras.

The plot on this one doesn't really stand out, but it's a great pleasure to hear Mary Tamm in the role of Romana again. The setting and characters (mostly a bunch of semi-eccentric wealthy socialites) m
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Ritchie
Aug 26, 2015 Ritchie rated it really liked it
This Companion Chronicle is performed completely solo by the late Mary Tamm who portrayed the original (as far as we know) incarnation of Romana. It is delightful to hear her portrayal of Tom Baker as The Doctor as well as all of the other characters. It was easy to forget that it was one person and not multiple actors. Good story as well.
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Jun 04, 2014 Mel rated it really liked it
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I must admit Mary Tamm's Romana always comes 2nd place to Lalla Ward's for me but I still enjoyed this. The 1920s with a bunch of posh people on the rivera was a perfect setting for her. This was part Agatha Christie part HP Lovecraft.
Nicholas Whyte
Mary Tamm going solo does a decently professional job of a rather lousy script involving alien goings-on in Antibes in 1929.
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Very run-of-the-mill story but worth listening to for Mary Tamm's performance.
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Nigel Robinson is an English author, known for such works as the First Contact series. Nigel was born in Preston, Lancashire and attended St Thomas More school. Robinson's first published book was The Tolkien Quiz Book in 1981, co-written with Linda Wilson. This was followed by a series of three Doctor Who quiz books and a crossword book between 1981 and 1985. In the late 1980s he was the editor ...more
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