David Tennant, Catherine Tate and Michelle Ryan are the readers of this exclusive collection of original audio adventures.
Peter Anghelides has written award-winning and best-selling titles, with dozens of publications for BBC Books, BBC Audio, Virgin Publishing and Big Finish Productions. His original novels, audios and short stories include Doctor Who, Torchwood, Blake's 7 and The Sarah Jane Adventures. Originally hailing from Lichfield in Staffordshire, David Roden began his career working as an assistant for legendary film-maker Derek Jarman on films such as Wittgenstein and Blue. In 1993 David wrote the Doctor Who story Dimensions in Time that featured all of the then living Doctors, before moving into theatre writing and directing. David wrote the official schools' adaptation for Ben Elton of We Will Rock You. In more recent years, David studied at the Metropolitan Film School, before becoming an award-winning director and writer with his film The Resurrectionist. He also spent some time working in the BBC Drama Department in Cardiff working in script development, and now finds new writers and directors for the BBC's Continuing Drama series EastEnders, Casualty, Holby and Doctors. Scott Handcock has contributed scripts to the Dark Shadows and Bernice Summerfield audio ranges, as well as writing three original Doctor Who audiobooks and the Sarah Jane Adventures story The Shadow People. He has also written features and interviews for Doctor Who Magazine, and was the author of Doctor Who Backstage, a special magazine given away to winners of a 2008 Children in Need competition, who were invited to visit the Doctor Who studios in Pontypridd. For more information on Scott's projects, visit his blog at scotthandcock.tumblr.com. James Goss has adapted three Doctor Who stories by Douglas Adams for BBC Books (City of Death, The Pirate Planet, and The Krikkitmen). He's also written several original Doctor Who and Torchwood books. His novel #Haterz is in development as a motion picture. He's also written for the stage and the radio.