There’s a whole world of #FanMade audio dramas. How are you going to learn about it? Enter Stage Right, Peter Zunitch, very possibly the world’s foremost expert on Doctor Who fan audio productions.
No fancy writing this time. I’m just going to give it to you straight up.
Billed as the longest running Doctor Who fan series DWAD has certainly come a long way since its humble beginnings.
I don’t want to embarrass you so I’m writing this in a secret code that only a true Doctor Who fan will understand.
It’s hard to imagine a fan audio drama being worthy of a slot in the actual television series. This story is one of them… after a fashion.
What do you get when you combine an unfortunate name, a simple story and a bunch of concepts and clichés already used multiple times in Doctor Who proper? Well… honestly, something not altogether disastrous.
This is the one with the Bulldog’s danglees, a box that everyone wants into, a MILF of a Wilf, Dalek plunger action, a Monty Python mum, and lots of innuendos. This time they’re not laughing with you, they’re making you laugh. Here we go.
It’s a fan audio production with Cybermen and some decent writing, but maybe give the ending a miss.
The continuation of events that occurred in the 1996 movie starring Paul McGann, and the true antithesis of what is a correct story arc.
An in-depth profile of the fan audio production company, Beyond Traditional Recognition