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Doctor Who: Decades Collection 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s by Jacqueline Rayner, Tasha Suri & Mark Griffiths
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Doctor Who: Decades Collection 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s

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A brand new audio bundle of three Doctor Who stories to celebrate the 60th anniversary.

1960s - Imaginary Friends by Jacqueline Rayner

It's Christmas, 1963, when nine-year-old Gerald starts dreaming of strange worlds and monsters

His parents think it's harmless at first. But Gerald is convinced it's real - his dreams of Daleks and cavemen and insects as big as a person.

Desperate for help, what Gerald's family really need, right now, is a Doctor.

1970s - The Cradle by Tasha Suri

It is London, 1978, and tensions are high. Seema and her family are struggling, but she has learnt to keep her head down, not create trouble.

That is until she and her two friends, Terrence and Inderjit, decide to join an anti-National Front protest in the East End.

And when trouble does inevitably find them, the friends are saved by the appearance of a mysterious, seemingly broken-down bus.

But inside this bus it is like nothing any of them have ever seen. It is a journey through the most wonderful landscapes, where visions of hopes and dreams envelop the lost group.

Who - or what - is this strange place? The tall, grumpy man might know the answers, but then he also seems just as confused as they are . . .

1980s - The Self-Made Man by Mark Griffiths

Midnight, 1984.

In a sprawling, run-down housing estate in south London, a man returning from a night out in the West End finds himself pursued by a strange hooded figure.

So naturally when the Doctor and Romana arrive in the TARDIS the next day, they find themselves in the middle of a crime scene.

But when child genius Matthew Pickles - inventor of a hugely popular handheld videogame - arrives to help them crack the case, they discover there is more to this than meets the eye.

Someone has been messing with technology that's not of this earth, blurring the lines between human . . . and cyber. And it looks like they're out for revenge.

In a world on the brink of gadgets and gismos and dangerous tech, the pair must uncover the killer, before they strike again.

BBC, DOCTOR WHO and TARDIS (word marks and devices) are trade marks of the British Broadcasting Corporation and are used under licence. BBC logo ยฉ BBC 1996. DOCTOR WHO logo ยฉ BBC 1973. Licensed by BBC Studios. (P)2023 Penguin Audio

Jacqueline Rayner has written many books, audioplays and comic strips, many of them set in the world of Doctor Who, including the number one bestseller The Stone Rose and two 'Quick Reads' for World Book Day. Before becoming a full-time writer, she worked at BBC Books as an editor on their Doctor Who range.

Tasha Suri is an award-winning author, a writing tutor, an occasional librarian and a cat owner. She has won the Best Newcomer (Sydney J. Bounds) Award from the British Fantasy Society, the Starburst Brave New Words Award, and has been nominated for the Astounding Award and Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel. Her debut novel Empire of Sand was named one of the 100 best fantasy books of all time by TIME magazine. When she isn't writing, Tasha likes to cry over TV shows, buy too many notebooks, and indulge her geeky passion for reading about South Asian history. She lives with her family in a mildly haunted house in London.

Jacqueline Rayner (Author)
Jacqueline Rayner has written many books, audioplays and comic strips, many of them set in the world of Doctor Who, including the number one bestseller The Stone Rose and two 'Quick Reads' for World Book Day. Before becoming a full-time writer, she worked at BBC Books as an editor on their Doctor Who range.

Tasha Suri (Author)
Tasha Suri is an award-winning author, a writing tutor, an occasional librarian and a cat owner. She has won the Best Newcomer (Sydney J. Bounds) Award from the British Fantasy Society, the Starburst Brave New Words Award, and has been nominated for the Astounding Award and Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel. Her debut novel Empire of Sand was named one of the 100 best fantasy books of all time by TIME magazine. When she isn't writing, Tasha likes to cry over TV shows, buy too many notebooks, and indulge her geeky passion for reading about South Asian history. She lives with her family in a mildly haunted house in London.

Mark Griffiths (Author)
Mark Griffiths grew up in North Wales. At age 17 he sold his first comedy material to Radio 4. At 18 he was writing for Smith & Jones on BBC 1. He was one of the writers on Charlie Brooker's TV series and book TV Go Home. To date he has written five children's books. He studied philosophy at the University of Reading. His interests include tea-drinking and natural history. He lives in Manchester and is mostly found in charity shops. His web site is www.markgriffithsbooks.co.uk and you can find him on Twitter: @markgriffiths42 Mark also writes the SPY TOYS books under the name Mark Powers.

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