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Doctor Who: The Lost TV Episodes Competition

Five copies of the audio series’ fourth volume up for grabs

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The occasional miraculous discovery (opens in new tab) aside many Who fans have come to terms with the fact a significant chunk of Who’s early history will never be seen. With the Lost TV Episodes collections however, they can at least be heard .

Collection Four: 1967 features five classic second Doctor Stories (in chronological order of transmission): “The Macra Terror” (remastered with a brand new linking narration by Anneke Wills), “The Faceless Ones”, “Evil of the Daleks”, “The Abominable Snowmen” and “The Ice Warriors”. You also get bonus interviews with Anneke Wills and Frazer Hines & high quality scans, presented as PDF files, of the original BBC TV camera scripts.

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Presented on 12 CDs running just short of 12 hours this fourth collection of lost Who episodes is an essential purchase for Who completists, and offers a fascinating insight into a rarely glimpsed side of Who history.

It retails for £70 and is available to buy right now, but you can win one of five copies by answering the question behind this magic link (opens in new tab) .

AudioGO (the home of BBC Audiobooks) publish an extensive range of drama, comedy and factual programmes from BBC Radio, in addition to abridged and unabridged recordings by best-selling authors read by the finest narrators. Most titles are available in both CD and download format. To browse through the complete collectionfollow the link to www.audiogo.co.uk (opens in new tab) .

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