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Doctor Who: The Romans

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The year is 64 AD, and the TARDIS travelers are enjoying a restful time in a villa close to Rome. Their peace and quiet is shattered when a visit to the city sees the Doctor mistaken for a lyre player, and him and Vicki subsequently pursued by an assassin. Meanwhile, Ian and Barbara are kidnapped and sold as slaves: Ian on a galley in the Mediterranean Sea, and Barbara to ...more
Audio CD, 2 pages
Published 2008 by BBC Audiobooks America
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Jun 10, 2016 rated it really liked it
Very enjoyable! The quality of the episode soundtrack is high and the linking narration is really well done.

This story is very good and has many nice laughs (many of the jokes that can get lost in the noises of the TV episode are clear in this audio CD).

The Doctor, Barbara, Ian, and Vicky land near Rome in ancient times and spend a long holiday there. Bored with Ian and Barbara who seem content to do nothing but lounge about; the Doctor and Vicky set off to Rome for some adventure. And they fin
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May 28, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Great historical fun a fav of mine.... 8.5/10
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Nov 28, 2016 rated it really liked it
For the most part I really enjoyed this one
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Oct 15, 2011 rated it really liked it
It was a good audio book to listen to especially if you love Doctor Who!
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Dennis Spooner was an English television writer and script editor, known primarily for his programmes about fictional spies and his work in children's television in the 1960s. He had long-lasting professional working relationships with a number of other British screenwriters and producers, notably Brian Clemens, Terry Nation, Monty Berman and Richard Harris, with whom he developed several programm ...more
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