The First Doctor, portrayed by William Hartnell, takes his turn at the helm of the Tardis, finding himself in the midst of the bloody war between Catholics and Protestants in 1572 Paris, France.
The TARDIS materialises in Paris in the year 1572 and the Doctor decides to visit the famous apothecary Charles Preslin. Steven, meanwhile, is befriended by a group of Huguenots from the household of the Protestant Admiral de Coligny. Having rescued a young serving girl, Anne Chaplet, from some pursuing guards, the Huguenots gain their first inkling of a heinous plan being hatched at the command of the Catholic Queen Mother, Catherine de Medici.
Originally televised by BBC in February 1966; released as audiobook by BBC Radio in 1999
The big boys have invaded the Gallifreaknik! There is nothing but ruckus amongst us aswe try not to be exterminated by Big Finish Productions' return to the menace of THE DALEKS!
The library on Kar-Charrat is one of the wonders of the Universe. It is also hidden from all but a few select species. The Doctor and Ace discover that the librarians have found a new way of storing data — a wetworks facility — but the machine has attracted unwanted attention, and the Doctor soon finds himself pitted against his oldest and deadliest enemies — the Daleks!
Originally released by Big Finish Productions May 2000.
Our blue ribbon panel of Tribbles argue whether Shawn Michaels is a star of the 90s or the 2000s, why Big E is a stupid name and if Daniel Bryan or Jon Cena should head the lists of the century's great rasslers. Though a strong case is made for Trish Stratus; just sayin'!