The BBC Radio Collection presents another gripping blast from Doctor Who past with this original soundtrack from the long-running television show’s early days.
The Doctor and his companions are enjoying a rare break in the sun, hitting back on an idyllic beach in Australia. But, as we all know, wherever the Doctor is, trouble is never far behind. Before they even have a chance to sip their first cocktails, the Doctor and his crew find themselves being shot at by a band of cold-blooded assassins.
Stunned, the Doctor soon learns that he has a physical double who goes by the name of Salamander. Unfortunately for the Time Lord, his megalomaniac doppelganger is causing serious political issues ahead of time in the early 21st century, ruthlessly dominating the United Zones Organisation.
Forced to impersonate Salamander in order to protect himself from certain death, the Doctor becomes part of a horrific regime that stands to destroy the planet. Will he manage to successfully stop his monstrous lookalike, whilst at the same time pretending to be him?
Featuring Patrick Troughton as the mop-topped Second Doctor, this exciting BBC production - with linking narration from Frazer Hines - is now available on high quality CD or MP3 audiobook.