Doctor Who: The Children of Seth

Doctor Who The Children of Seth During one of Nyssa s experiments the TARDIS s temporal scanner picks up a message Idra Just one word but enough to draw the Doctor to the Archipelago of Sirius There the Autarch is about to announ

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Children of Seth
  • Author: Christopher Bailey Marc Platt
  • ISBN: 9781844355754
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Audio CD
  • During one of Nyssa s experiments, the TARDIS s temporal scanner picks up a message Idra Just one word, but enough to draw the Doctor to the Archipelago of Sirius.There, the Autarch is about to announce a new crusade A mighty war against Seth, Prince of the DarkBut who is Seth What is the secret of Queen Anahita, Mistress of the Poisons And what terror awaits onDuring one of Nyssa s experiments, the TARDIS s temporal scanner picks up a message Idra Just one word, but enough to draw the Doctor to the Archipelago of Sirius.There, the Autarch is about to announce a new crusade A mighty war against Seth, Prince of the DarkBut who is Seth What is the secret of Queen Anahita, Mistress of the Poisons And what terror awaits on Level 14

    232 Comment

    • Mel says:

      I admit Peter Davison is not my favourite Doctor but I do really like Nyssa and Tegan. This was a really interesting adventure. Normally the audios don't work quite so well for fake medieval/technology type settings but I really liked this one. The fantasy element and the robots actually worked really well together. I think it was definitely helped by having Honor Blackman and David Warner as guest stars. They both did a superb job. This is one that I'm definitely going to listen to again.

    • Angela says:

      The Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa get a request for help. The Emperor's consort thinks something is going on and wants to stop it. This is a lost story, I think it may have been too confusing for a TV story. There's some nice character bits, especially for Tegan and the guest cast is really good. There's some nice twists that keeps you listening. A good audio.

    • Scott Haworth says:

      This is one I'll listen to again, maybe right away. Reminiscent of such classic tales as Caves of Androzani and Robots of Death, this story fits in well with the "Snakedance" era of the show and would have made for good television. Any idea why it wasn't made?

    • Christopher Buchanan says:

      A clever story but, quite honestly, boring as hell. It's a pretty good example of many of the things I don't like about the 5th Doctor era. A lot of maths as magic business and technobabble with some half assed psychedelic business. The end was kinda neat but my attention drifted a lot on this.

    • Debra Cook says:

      The Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa pick up a signal and decide to investigate a cryptic message. When they land they are caught in a war between a fictional figure and a robotic maker who wants to rule.

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