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Another free Doctor Who audiobook

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This time it's a reading of a Sylvester McCoy era Doctor Who story rather than an audio play. Read by Nick Briggs who voices the daleks in the current series. Read More
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This time it's a reading of a Sylvester McCoy era Doctor Who story rather than an audio play. Read by Nick Briggs who voices the daleks in the current series.
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Sylvester McCoy was an awful Dr Who. More comical than Dr Who should be. Not his fault. It was part of Michael Grade's plan to make Dr Who a laughing stock. It nearly worked. Then the British Sci-Fi writers got together (like Alan Moore) and breathed new life into it and its gone from strength to strength under Moffat and co
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Not sure Alan Moore had much to do with Who, besides writing 2 or 3 comics.
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hazeldanger
Not sure Alan Moore had much to do with Who, besides writing 2 or 3 comics.
He wrote a helluva lot more than "a few comics" =- "V for Vendetta" "The Watchmen" and the Batman story to end all Batman stories "The Killing Joke" among hundreds more.
He wrote episodes and he also wrote the Dr Who comics for Marvel
I believe Neil Gaiman also wrote episodes
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More than aware of Alan Moore's oeuvre thanks. Doesn't change my point that he only wrote 2 or 3 strips in Doctor Who Weekly and had nothing to do with writing any episodes.

Edited By: hazeldanger on Dec 29, 2016 20:43: Spelling
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hazeldanger
More than aware of Alan Moore's oeuvre thanks. Doesn't change my point that he only wrote 2 or 3 strips in Doctor Who Weekly and had nothing to do with writing any episodes.
Has Alan Moore had anything to do with Dr Who ? You say no. I say very much so.
Maybe you DON'T know Moore's work as you think you do

Edited By: PhilK on Dec 30, 2016 10:56
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No idea why you're persisting with this. Bit odd. You're wrong. A simple google search would tell you you're wrong, that he only wrote 5 backup strips for Doctor Who Weekly and never wrote for the to series.

Oh, and it is just "Watchmen", not "The Watchmen". Maybe you don't know Moore's work as you think you do.

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