Publisher's summary Edit
Four new stories from the Second Doctor's era.
Zoltan Clarkson (Eccentric Billionaire, Cybernetics Tycoon, Museum Curator) had a dream of a domestic dinosaur in every home. He bought the empty county of Dorset to work on this dream and develop cyborg dinosaur hybrids in a safe, contained environment. Now Clarkson lies insensate in the infirmary, his twin brother Andrew struggles to hold things together and dinosaurs walk the Earth. With the Doctor and Ben chasing monsters at sea, Polly has only a socially awkward scientist and the world's friendliest dog to help her prevent the rise of the ultimate predators...
The Doctor and Victoria attend a civilised garden party. But their genial hostess, Mrs De Winter, is convinced that the garden conceals a secret; something about Carlos the head waiter who never speaks.
“I saw a wheel up in the heavens – a wheel of fire and swords... And I saw a heap of armour that was waiting for a Maid to put it on. I feared that it was meant for me, but a voice said otherwise – that another Maid was coming and she would save our country from its enemies...”
The TARDIS has arrived in France in the fourteenth century - a time of devastation and despair. In an empty church beside a crowded graveyard, Zoe meets a woman who claims to see a dreadful future waiting for the world.
In the rain-swept jungle of Belize, Captain Ruth Matheson and Zoe Heriot are both about to discover just what sacrifices they are prepared to make when faced with a seventeenth century threat that might just spell death for millions of innocent people.
Does the end justify the means? Sometimes winning feels like exactly like losing...
|12.1||The Curator's Egg||Julian Richards||Helen Goldwyn, Lisa Bowerman||Anneke Wills||Ben, Polly||20 June 2018||BFPDWCC120|
|12.2||Dumb Waiter||Rob Nisbet||Frazer Hines, Louise Jameson||Jamie, Victoria, Leela|
|12.3||The Iron Maid||John Pritchard||Wendy Padbury||Jamie, Zoe|
|12.4||The Tactics of Defeat||Tony Jones||Jamie, Zoe, Ruth|
- This anthology was recorded on 4 May 2017 and 30 January, 31 January, 1 February, 1 May and 2 May 2018 at The Sound House.