Doctor Who: The Massacre (BBC TV Soundtrack)

Doctor Who The Massacre BBC TV Soundtrack The Tardis materializes in Paris in a time of great danger and religious strife Whilst the Doctor pays a visit to famous apothecary Charles Preslin Steven is befriended by a group of Protestant

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Massacre (BBC TV Soundtrack)
  • Author: John Lucarotti Peter Purves Donald Tosh
  • ISBN: 9780563552611
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Audio CD
  • The Tardis materializes in Paris in 1572, a time of great danger and religious strife Whilst the Doctor pays a visit to famous apothecary Charles Preslin, Steven is befriended by a group of Protestants.

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    1. I not sure why it has a reputation for being a grim Doctor Who story, with stories such as The Myth Makers, The Reign of Terror and The Dalek invasion of Earth it isn't even in the top three of death-toll episodes. Instead I found it a great story where Steven really gets to shine, and the Doctor being more of a secondary character. And though I love the 1st Doctor, I really enjoy it when his companions get to prove that they are more than just a mediator between the audience / humans in the sho [...]


    2. This was only barely OK, its chief merit being raising awareness of past persecution (in this case, of the Hugenots in France) and opening the route for discussion of refugees and migration throughout the ages.The Doctor and Stephen are pretty much irrelevant, the Doctor isn't even there for much of the time and of course they cannot change the course of history, but they really don't do anything on this outing.


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