Doctor Who: Plague of the Daleks (Big Finish Audio Drama, #129)
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Doctor Who: Plague of the Daleks (Big Finish Doctor Who Audio Dramas #129)

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Stockbridge used to be such a lovely place. The loveliest village in all England, according to the guide books. But hardly anyone visits Stockbridge now: a few tourists, a couple of Trust guides, the odd beady-eyed raven.

But something is coming to Stockbridge. Something which turns village cricketers into ravening zombies – a plague such as the Earth has never seen, fallin...more
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Published December 2009 by Big Finish Productions
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This play starts off quite strong. The Doctor and Nyssa arrive in Stockbridge in the far future, and quickly realize that something very strange is going on. After some spooky experiences, they discover that in this time period, Stockbridge is now a kind of heritage theme park, sealed off in an environment bubble on an Earth that has been rendered uninhabitable by solar flares. But money is tight, the park isn't entirely well maintained, and things start to go wrong.

And then the Daleks show up....more
Okay - so there is little sense of mystery to be found in this Dalek tale which brings the Stockbridge trilogy to its conclusion, yet I found this story to be the most satisfying of the three tales (which is all the more impressive given how little time I usually have for Dalek stories).

Morris does a good job creating an interesting situation for the Doctor to arrive in and creates an entertaining array of characters, each of whom is perfectly cast. Mood is quickly established and he strikes a g...more
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"There's a mysterious village with Something Going On, but the clue is in the title of the story. It might have been a better story without the actual Daleks.
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Mark Morris became a full-time writer in 1988 on the Enterprise Allowance Scheme, and a year later saw the release of his first novel, Toady. He has since published a further sixteen novels, among which are Stitch, The Immaculate, The Secret of Anatomy, Fiddleback, The Deluge and four books in the popular Doctor Who range.

His short stories, novellas, articles and reviews have appeared in a wide va...more
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