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Republica (BBV Time Travellers #1)

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The Professor and Ace arrive in present-day London to find the city strangely changed. England is a republic, ruled by an elderly Lord Protector more interested in a mysterious comet than the long-suppressed forces of revolution fomenting in his kingdom.

As political factions vie for power, the travellers become embroiled in the plans of King Charles XIV who stands poised t...more
Audio CD, BBV Time Travellers
Published May 1998 by BBV Productions
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Audio adventure with, er, the Professor and Ace. 'Republica' has none of the horror elements The Time Travellers series is generally known for, but listeners who want Doctor Who-like shows to be inconsequential probably won't like it. Fast moving and sometimes nicely done. On the other hand the author takes shortcuts in development of incidental characters and has a weak grasp of scientific detail. It's a standard changing history story--the kind of thing Doctor Who was never ever supposed to be...more
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Mark Gatiss (born 17 October 1966) is an English actor, screenwriter and novelist. He is best known as a member of the comedy team The League of Gentlemen, and has both written for and acted in the TV series Doctor Who and Sherlock.

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