August sees the release of two new
Who Talk CDs as we travel back in time for some
historical escapades and battle some beautiful golden aliens
with a nasty secret!
The first of two
releases this month is called
Adventures in Time, and is a collection of Hartnell
themed historical stories including episodes from The Aztecs,
The Romans and The Crusade, and features a number
of cast and crew from these stories.
"This release sees a Who Talk debut
for Maureen O'Brien, who really enjoyed the chance to
look back some of her appearances as Vicki," says producer
Paul W T Ballard. "The resulting commentaries are a
wonderful addition to the range."
O'Brien are William Russell, Julian Glover, Petra
Markham, George Little, Kay Patrick, Ian Cullen, Clive Doig,
Brian Hodgson, all once again under the watchful eye of
We are also bringing
you another classic from the Pertwee era...
Claws of Axos might not have been the most obvious of
choices to go for," explains Paul, "but there were quite a few
voices missing from the original commentary, recorded over a
"It was great to get
the serial's director Michael Ferguson, script editor
Terrance Dicks, co-writer Bob Baker and Axos himself
Bernard Holley to commentate on the serial for the first
time. We were also thrilled to welcome back Katy Manning
and Richard Franklin, although listeners will have to
listen in to find out why Katy gets a telling off!"
We are also offering
listeners a special edition bundle featuring both
The Claws of Axos and
Adventures in Time. Each
set will come with the cover signed by an actor from each
release, and Adventures in
Time contains a a both disc featuring exclusive
additional commentaries on The Crusade and The Time
These CDs are very limited, and exclusively
available via whotalk.co.uk
Both sets are now available, you can purchase them direct from Who Talk at a discounted
price of £10.99 each (RRP £12.99) or via download priced £9.99.
The special edition bundle will be available exclusively via
this website priced £39.99.
Who Talk will
return next month as we travel in to deepest darkest space and
visit Victorian England!
Please note: These commentaries
contain no BBC copyrighted elements and do not feature audio
from the episodes themselves.
Previous news articles for can be
found here: The Green Death, An Unearthly Child and Day
of Armageddon Commentaries; Remembrance;
The Daemons and Day of Armageddon Commentaries; and you the launch of Who Talk