The Eighth Doctor
The Eighth Doctor played by Paul McGann has (so far) only made two appearances on screen: In the 1996 TV movie and the 50th Anniversary Special, Day of The Doctor. Paul McGann has not been lazying around, however, and has starred as The Eigth Doctor in numerous audiobook adventures. Great hair, sardonic wit, spiffing dresser.
Doc and Lucie go to Stockholm to steal art from the King and match wits with an Italian chap from outer space.
Doc & Lucie match wits with crocodiles while we refuse to even pretend that we care.
The Doc and Lucie materialise in Suffolk, Uzbekistan, and find themselves pinned twixt tank-driving mercenaries and some very autonomous villagers.
It’s ‘Top Gear’ in space and a Doctor Whodunnit to boot. The Doc and Lucie buckle up in this high octane murder mystery.
The Doc is sentenced to death for a parking violation and Lucie is temporarily replaced by a nimbler model in this sadly forgettable audiobook.
Lucie begins a career in data entry; The Doctor gets a new suit; and office complexes rise up and fire plasma cannons at Cybermen. Awesome!
The 8th Doctor and Lucie Miller crash a garden party, ride Pterodactyl-like creatures and meet Miss Marple in this lovely audiobook adventure.
Doc and Lucie materialise in a Scooby Doo episode and wade through snow, battling fake monsters and avoiding holes of both the worm and plot variety.
The Doc and Lucie interrupt suicidal star-crossed lovers and get entangled with divine pervs who communicate via walkie-talkie