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Doctor Who and the Curse of Peladon ('Doctor Who' series) e-book

Author:

Brian Hayles

Language:

English

Category:

Fantasy

Subcategory:

Science Fiction

ePub size:

1693 kb

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Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

W.H. Allen / Virgin Books (July 24, 1980)

Pages:

144

ISBN:

0491027834

Doctor Who and the Curse of Peladon ('Doctor Who' series) e-book

by Brian Hayles


The Curse of Peladon is the second serial of the ninth season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts on BBC1 from 29 January to 19 February 1972.

The Curse of Peladon is the second serial of the ninth season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts on BBC1 from 29 January to 19 February 1972. The serial is set on the superstitious and mineral-rich planet Peladon

Doctor Who is a British science fiction television programme produced by the BBC since 1963. Hundreds of novelisations of the series have been published by various publishers, the majority based on the original 1963–1989 run of the series.

Doctor Who is a British science fiction television programme produced by the BBC since 1963. The first three Doctor Who serials to be novelised were the 1960s serials The Daleks, The Web Planet, and The Crusade (published as Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks, Doctor Who and the Zarbi, and Doctor Who and the Crusaders).

Brian Hayles (7 March 1931 – 30 October 1978) was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. His body of work as a writer for television and film, most notably for the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who, lasted from 1962 to 1978

Brian Hayles (7 March 1931 – 30 October 1978) was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. His body of work as a writer for television and film, most notably for the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who, lasted from 1962 to 1978

His other books included novelisations of his Doctor Who serials The Curse of Peladon (Target, 1974) and The .

His other books included novelisations of his Doctor Who serials The Curse of Peladon (Target, 1974) and The Ice Warriors (Target, 1976), an adaptation of his scripts for the BBC drama The Moon Stallion (Mirror Books, 1978), and two horror plays for children, The Curse of the Labyrinth (Dobson, 1976) and Hour of the Werewolf (Dobson, 1976). An original novel entitled Goldhawk (NEL, 1979) was published posthumously

Doctor Who and the Curse of Peladon was a novelisation based on the 1972 television serial The Curse of Peladon. Again, the terrifying cry rang out. The Doctor quickened his pace along the gloomy tunnels of the castle

Doctor Who and the Curse of Peladon was a novelisation based on the 1972 television serial The Curse of Peladon. The Doctor quickened his pace along the gloomy tunnels of the castle. Suddenly, from the darkness lumbered the mighty Aggedor, Royal Beast and Protector of the Kingdom of Peladon! The Doctor fumbled in his pocket.

The Curse of Peladon was the second serial of season 9 of Doctor Who. It introduced the planet of Peladon and the Galactic Federation, both of which featured in additional stories on television and in other media. It introduced the planet of Peladon and the Galactic Federation, both of which featured in additional stories on television and in other media, as did Alpha Centauri, one of its delegates. The serial features David Troughton, the son of former Second Doctor Patrick Troughton, as the principal guest star. This was his third appearance in the programme, following two supporting roles made in earlier serials alongside his father

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All about Classic Doctor Who story - The Curse of Peladon - Can Peladon escape . The Doctor is victorious but spares Grun's life Writer - Brian Hayles. Bottom Line - from The Discontinuity Guide.

All about Classic Doctor Who story - The Curse of Peladon - Can Peladon escape the curse of its cruel god? - Index. The Doctor is victorious but spares Grun's life. Writer - Brian Hayles. There's a fight scene in episode three that goes on forever, but is actually rather good. Jo gets accidentally hypnotised by a spinning mirror. Analysis - from Doctor Who, the Television Companion. One of Doctor Who's most celebrated and popular features is the wide variety of weird and wonderful alien races that it presents.

Doctor Who And The Curse Of Peladon. David Troughton reads Brian Hayles' complete and unabridged novelisation, first published by Target Books in 1974. David Troughton (Read by). Audio Download.


Brialelis
By the time Doctor Who's ninth season had rolled around, it appeared that the production team were bored with the "exiled on Earth" format. Following the time travel of 'Day of the Daleks', the Doctor and Jo found themselves off in space again in this story, adapted by its original author, Brian Hayles.
The Doctor invites Jo to join him on a test flight in the TARDIS, and they land on a stormy mountainside. The landing is not a good one - the TARDIS is perched precariously on the mountainside, and falls after the travellers disembark. Trying to climb to a castle they can see above, the Doctor and Jo find the entrance to a confusing series of underground passages, neatly foreshadowing the political maze they will soon find themselves embroiled in.
They have landed on the planet Peladon in the far future. Peladon is being considered for entry into the Galactic Federation, and an assessment committee is present, including natives from the star systems Alpha Centauri and Arcturus, as well as Ice Warriors from Mars. The Doctor is mistaken for the committee's chairperson from Earth. In this role, both he and Jo are drawn into the centre of the intrigue.
Exactly who is plotting what is something that can only be found out at great peril.
The book features illustrations, but not ones that particularly assist in evoking the original serial.
One of the examples of political commentary in the show's history, it mirrors the consideration that Britain was giving to becoming a member of the European Common Market. It is also, quite simply, an excellent story. It has been released on video, if you prefer.
Kirizan
Interstellar diplomacy, with castles and monsters.

The Third Doctor arrives on a planet and is mistaken for a late arriving alien diplomat.

He gets caught up in a plot to do with a local monster of legend, and political nastiness that just may involve the odd old Ice Warrior friend.

There are some very entertaining aliens here.

3.5 out of 5

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