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Doctor Who The Paradise of Death

A new five-part story, with , and 1: The Doctor is called in to investigate a murder at Space World.
Music: Peter Howell
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Radio 5

Doctor Who: The Paradise of Death: 2

A new five-part story, with Jon Pertwee as Doctor Who, Nicholas Courtney as the Brigadier and Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith.
The Doctor is dead and the Brigadier discovers that the Parkinson Corporation has friends in high places.
Music by Peter Howell
Radio 5

Dr Who The Paradise of Death

A new five-part story, starring Jon Pertwee as Dr Who, Nicholas Courtney as the Brigadier and Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith.
3: Can the Tardis escape from war-torn Blestinu in time to save Sarah Jane from Tragan the Nalgon?
With John Reming , Emma Myant and Mlchale Onslow.
Music Peter Howell
Radio 5

Dr Who The Paradise of Death

A five-part story, starring Jon Pertwee as Dr Who, Nicholas Courtney as the Brigadier and Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith.
4: Freeth holds the Doctor captive while Captain Rudley is to be executed for treason. Music Peter Howell
Radio 5

Doctor Who

The Paradise of Death
Starring Jon Pertwee as Dr Who, Nicholas Courtney as the Brigadier and Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane
Smith.
Final part: The Gargan has Sarah and Jeremy cornered in its den.
Music: Peter Howell






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