The Doctor and Martha face danger and horror in these three thrilling stories, read by Freema Agyeman, Georgia Moffett and David Troughton.
* ‘Martha in the Mirror’, read by Freema Agyeman, sees the duo arriving at Castle Extremis, which is about to play host to the signing of a peace treaty. But, not everyone wants the war to end. Who is the little girl who haunts the castle? Who is the hooded figure that watches from the shadows? And, what is the secret of the legendary Mortal Mirror? Written by Justin Richards.
* ‘Snowglobe 7’, read by Georgia Moffett, is set on Earth in 2099, when global warming is devastating the planet. In a desperate attempt at preservation, the governments of the world have removed vast sections of the Arctic and Antarctic and set them inside huge domes. But, a hidden threat has been preserved beneath Snowglobe 7... Written by Mike Tucker.
* ‘The Many Hands’, read by David Troughton, finds the Doctor and Martha travelling back in time to eighteenth-century Edinburgh. The Nor’ Loch is being filled in, officially because it’s a stinking cesspool. But, why are there so many whispered stories about the loch – stories about the Doctor, and the many hands of Alexander Munro? Written by Dale Smith.
Containing over seven hours of engrossing listening, this is a collection no Doctor Who fan will want to be without.
This gripping box set features three awesome Dr Who stories that are a must for any fan of the doctor’s daring missions to rid the Earth of the Daleks. Grave danger is around every corner as we join the Doctor and Martha on these exciting adventures filled with an eerie suspense.
Martha In The Mirror is the first story during which an unlikely peace treaty at Castle Extremis is about be signed. The renowned Mortal Mirror and the ghost of a little girl play havoc with the promise of peace. Written by science fiction author Justin Richards, will we ever uncover the identity of the creepy hooded form that watches everything from afar?
Snowglobe 7, read by former star of The Bill Georgia Moffett, sees the Earth’s future teetering on the edge, as global warming pushes governments to set aside huge portions of the Antarctic and Arctic in a preservation bid. Encased in giant domes, a hidden danger has been buried beneath the snowglobes that threatens the future of the entire planet.
The final story, written by British author Dale Smith, sees the twosome caught up in a mystery in 18th century Edinburgh. Just why is the Nor’ Loch being filled in and what have the many hands of Alexander Munro got to do with the rumours surrounding the real reason behind the closure?