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The Guardian of the Solar System
Big Finish Productions audio drama
Series'Doctor Who'
Release no.33
FeaturingSara Kingdom
Written bySimon Guerrier
Directed byLisa Bowerman
Production codeBFPDWCC33
Release dateJuly 2010

The Guardian of the Solar System is a Big Finish Productions audiobook based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.

The Companion Chronicles "talking books" are each narrated by one of the Doctor's companions and feature a second, guest-star voice along with music and sound effects.

Plot

The First Doctor, Steven and Sara Kingdom find themselves inside a giant clock, the great secret of The Guardians of the Solar System.

Cast

Continuity

Critical reception

Doctor Who Magazine reviewer Matt Michael said that the audio was "excellent", describing it as having a "dark, haunting atmosphere", and praising its "astonishing" imagery.[1]

References

  1. ^ Michael, Matt (15 September 2010). "The DWM Review". Doctor Who Magazine. No. 425. Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent: Panini Comics. p. 64.