Doctor Who: White Ghosts


      Doctor Who: White Ghosts
A close encounter with a stray missile leads the Doctor to materialise his TARDIS on a planet that hangs in the dark at the edge of the known universe A planet so dark that it exists in near permanent night A planet that enjoys just a single day s light once every thousand years Exactly what happens on the planet in its rare daylight hours that s what a geographical survey headed by Senior Tutor Bengel is stationed here to establish They, the Doctor and Leela are about to discover that when daylight comes, the White Ghosts rise So don t be afraid of the dark The cover of night is a mercy. Best Download Doctor Who: White Ghosts author Alan Barnes For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Alan Barnes is a British writer and editor, particularly noted for work in the field of cult film and television Barnes served as the editor of Judge Dredd Megazine from 2001 until December 2005, during which time the title saw a considerable increase in the number of new strip pages Among other strips, Barnes originally commissioned The Simping Detective He also wrote a handful of Judge Dredd stories involving alternate universes or featuring a young Dredd.He worked for five years at Doctor Who Magazine and progressed from writing strips to becoming joint editor in 1998 and sole editor from 2000 until 2002 He subsequently contributed the ongoing Fact of Fiction series of articles to the magazine Barnes has also written or co written a number of Doctor Who audio plays for Big Finish Productions.He has written a number of books on cult films including James Bond, Quentin Tarantino and Sherlock Holmes and his book The Hammer Story, co written with Marcus Hearn, was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Best Non Fiction in 1997.

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  • Audio CD
  • Doctor Who: White Ghosts
  • Alan Barnes
  • English
  • 09 March 2018

10 thoughts on “ Doctor Who: White Ghosts

  1. says:

    Loved this one What really propels this particular episode and this entire season is the growing character of Lela the doctor s companion This is a companion we got for only one season, and she was a fascinating character which could have been explored for so muchSo it is...

  2. says:

    I somewhat doubt that White Ghosts would top many listener s lists of favorite audio stories yet I found it to be one of theenjoyable adventures I have heard recently.There are a few factors that contribute strongly to its success Tom Baker seems to really be enjoying this script and gives one of his strongest performances which helps things along enormously There are several excellent actresses heading up the supporting cast, making this piece feel dominated by its female cast a I somewhat doubt that White Ghosts would top many listener s lists of favorite audio stories yet I found it to be one of theenjoyable adventures I have heard recently.There are a few factors that contribute strongly to its success Tom Baker seems to really be enjoying this script and gives one of his strongest performances which helps things along enormously There are several excellent actresses heading up the supporting cast, making this piece feel dominated by its female cast a rarity for Doctor Who and something that helps it stand out And finally, the monsters that are created are really creepy and effective.Unfortunately it is not all successful One of the least satisfactory elements to me was the strange use of first person narration during a key action sequence I also felt that the story never quite pulled everything toge...

  3. says:

    This is reminiscent of the film Pitch Black, only the other way around, featuring a planet that is for some unexplained reason in almost but not quite permanent eclipse, so that it only experiences sunlight for twelve hours or so every thousand years Which, since that s when things become dangerous, means that, not for the first time in a Big Finish audio, much of the story takes place in the darkness.Given that premise, it s hardly surprising that this is a base under siege story, with the This is reminiscent of the film Pitch Black, only the other way around, featuring a planet that is for some unexplained reason in almost but not quite permanent eclipse, so that it only experiences sunlight for twelve hours or so every thousand years Which, since that s when things become dangerous, means that, not for the first time in a Big Finish audio, much of the story takes place in the darkness.Given that premise, it s hardly surprising that this is a base under siege story, with the titular white ghosts as the aggressors The tone as a whole is unusually grim, muchtowards the horror end of the spectrum than action adventure, and is peppered with references t...

  4. says:

    HOLY SCHNIKES, THIS IS A TOP TEN BIG FINISH STORY Okay, with the hype out of the way, yes, it is that good What starts as a base under siege story is filled withtwists and turns, reveals, betrayals, misdirection and fantastic plotting than a Doctor Who stor...

  5. says:

    Alan Barnes never fails to write a classic Leela story with gothic, fairy tales mixed in Great Leela focused story and I loved the music sound effects.

  6. says:

    After the promising ending to The Kings of Sontar I ll admit I had high expectations for the next fourth Doctor adventure.And I ll admit upon first blush, I was a bit disappointed by how easily it seemed certain developments from Sontar were swept aside But pondering it further and taking the opportunity to listen to the story again, I feel like my first feelings of disappointment were misplaced and that maybe, must maybe I d missed what this series of audio stories are trying to do in After the promising ending to The Kings of Sontar I ll admit I had high expectations for the next fourth Doctor adventure.And I ll admit upon first blush, I was a bit disappointed by how easily it seemed certain developments from Sontar were swept aside But pondering it further and taking the opportunity to listen to the story again, I feel like my first feelings of disappointment were misplaced and that maybe, must maybe I d missed what this series of audio stories are trying to...

  7. says:

    The 4th Doctor and Leela aspects of this were delightful, especially Leela s concern about googly eyes, and the story was an interesting premise I very much liked Senior Tutor and Star Pupil But it was a noisy thing with lots of roaring and hissing of Hungry and Blood which I found strangely dull.

  8. says:

    A twist on the monsters lurk in the dark set up In this one they don t I liked the dialogue between 4 and Leela, and the tension between them at the beginning after the events of the previous story An interesting look at the dangers of genetic manipulation and manipulation in general.

  9. says:

    This was completely and utterly fantastic Some of the best dialogue I ve ever heard from Leela and the Doctor, they were SO witty The story was great and a wonderful host of women characters One I d very highly recommend.

  10. says:

    This is easily one of my favorite 4th Doctor audios It is scary as hell and has all the humor you d except from Tom Baker, plus the gravitas that Leela Louise Jameson has perfected in the audio adventures I m so happy the character of Leela has been fleshed out in the way it has Just fantastic.

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