They will probably be a long time coming but I'd love two Hartnell historicals which I think would get a big 'lift' by being audiobooks rather than printed books: ... 'The Smugglers' - again, the Cornish coast would come alive in sound. And with the many and varied character voices on offer, I'd love to hear Anneke Wills perform this. If you've heard her brilliant performance of 'The Highlanders', you'll know why.
Yes! Not too long a wait after all. Later this year we'll get this second part of my historical audiobooks wishlist ('Marco Polo' was the other part, released in 2018) in time for it to go in my Christmas stocking (worn with knee-breeches and silver-buckled shoes, for era authenticity. )
Not sure if this has been mentioned anywhere else but Nick Briggs recently revealed that he's just started recording Revenge of the Cybermen for BBC Audiobooks.
Wonder if he is doing the whole thing or just the Cybervoices
Whole thing according to what he says in The Benji & Nick Show podcast. If you want to listen this podcast will be released generally this coming Sunday (21st March) as this was an early release for Patreons.
I would have liked Eric Roberts to read the TV Movie novelisation after his turn in Master! I'm also looking forward to Adjoa Andoh getting to read Battlefield. I don't always warm to Sophie Aldred as a reader of these and it's nice to have a different voice giving Battlefield a go.
There aren't many releases left to go but would love to hear Jon Culshaw give Time and the Rani a read; I wanted him to do Time-Flight as well as I think he would have pitched it just right. That said Davison's reading was great, especially his Kalid. I hope Culshaw gets to do The Time Monster as well; either him or Katy. Finally, Tom for Destiny of the Daleks please!
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