Synopsis Doctor Who: Short Trips Monthly is a series of new short stories read by an original cast member.
Release #44 is a Sixth Doctor and Mrs Constance Clarke story
Mrs Constance Clarke has faced perils on many planets, but now she finds herself in the most dangerous place on Earth. A place like home, yet terrifyingly different, where ordinary decent folk might hand her over to a dreadful fate. And as night falls, she and the Doctor realise that something is on the prowl outside, a creature darker than the dark. And hungry...
Written By: John Pritchard Directed By: Lisa Bowerman
That was great. Felt like I was listening to one of those BBC Radio dramas from the ‘40s or a scarier version of Watch with Mother what with Ms Clarke’s very RP accent.
Really liked the concept behind the monster itself and it’s appropriately terrifying with some really excellent descriptions. Hope we get more Short Trips from Miranda Raison in the future. And hey, I’d be up for Lisa Greenwood doing a few as well.
Finally got to this following my latest listen of Criss-Cross - I expect I'll be revisiting this one at Halloween some time. It's proper horror with great narration from Miranda Raison - I'd definitely welcome another ST from her (and am looking forward to her bonus adventure coming in January)
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