Doctor Who Main Range: The High Price of Parking

; Jamie Robertson (Komponist) ; Daniel Burnett (Komponist) ; Ken Bentley (Regissør) ; Sylvester McCoy (Utøver) ; Sophie Aldred (Utøver) ; Anthony Lamb (Illustratør)

The planet Dashrah is a world of exceptional beauty. Historical ruins; colourful skies; swirling sunsets. Unsurprisingly, it's a major tourist trap. So if you want to visit Dashrah, first you'll have to visit Parking, the artificial planetoid that Galactic Heritage built next door. Les mer
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The planet Dashrah is a world of exceptional beauty. Historical ruins; colourful skies; swirling sunsets. Unsurprisingly, it's a major tourist trap. So if you want to visit Dashrah, first you'll have to visit Parking, the artificial planetoid that Galactic Heritage built next door. Parking, as its name implies, is a spaceship park. A huge spaceship park. A huge, enormous spaceship park. When the TARDIS materialises in Parking's Northern Hemisphere, the Doctor, Ace and Mel envisage a quick shuttle trip to the surface of Dashrah. But they've reckoned without the superzealous Wardens, and their robotic servitors...the sect of the Free Parkers, who wage war against the Wardens...the spontaneously combusting spaceships...and the terrifying secret that lies at the lowest of Parking's lower levels. The High Price of Parking is written by John Dorney, who wrote Doctor Who - Absent Friends for Big Finish, which won the 2017 BBC Drama Awards prize - and which was directed by Ken Bentley. Star Sylvester McCoy played the Doctor on television between 1987 and 1996, but is also recognised from such works as Peter Jackson's The Hobbit films.
CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred(Ace), Bonnie Langford (Mel Bush), Gabrielle Glaister (Cowley), Hywel Morgan (Kempton/ Tribesman), Kate Duchene (Regina/ Seraphim), Leighton Pugh (Fulton), Jack Monaghan (Dunne/ Selfdrive), James Joyce (Robowardens).

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