My first foray into time and space has now been released, courtesy of Big Finish Productions!
Starring Peter Purves and Maureen O'Brien, companions to William Hartnell in the 1960s, Doctor Who: The Dalek Occupation of Winter depicts a far-flung society in which the people work side by side with the Daleks, without complaints and without exterminations. What's going on? Only the Doctor, Vicki and Steven can find out...
"If you're looking for a story that doesn't go the way you expect it to, then this really couldn't come recommended any higher."
- Blogtor Who
"A triumph on many levels... There's a strong dose of realism in this story, and it avoids easy answers. It's one that will stay long in the mind and is a great start to this new run of adventures."
- Cult Box
"A bleak yet enigmatic tale that means more than simply another another two hours of Doctor Who."
- Digital Fix
"The Dalek Occupation of Winter is an absolute belter... Feed it into your ears and begin to shiver."
- Mass Movement
"A stunning debut on the range and one of the best Dalek stories for some time. 10/10"
- Sci-Fi Bulletin
"This particular story is an essential one to add to your collection."
- Sci-Fi Pulse
If you fancy nabbing a copy for yourself, head on over to Big Finish where it can be purchased on CD and download. My next adventure in the Whoniverse is released in November as part of the UNIT: Revisitations box set, featuring Kate Stewart (Jemma Redgrave) and Osgood (Ingrid Oliver) from the Steven Moffat seasons of new Doctor Who. And crossed fingers, I may well have more Who stories on the way...