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Steven Pacey reading a Doctor Who audiobook
Endless Midnight
Of course, as will probably be well known by most here, Steven Pacey reads a lot of officially released audiobooks.

Thought it might also be of interest to some that he's recorded a reading of one of the old original Doctor Who series Target books that they've been releasing on CD over the last decade or so, the first time he's contributed to this range. It's of a Peter Davison story called 'Terminus', originally shown in 1983, written by Steve Gallagher and also novelised by him under the pen name John Lydecker, and is due out in August.

Cover here.


PS - by the way, my apologies if this is in the wrong section, as I wasn't really sure where to put this - please move it by all means if you think it would be better suited somewhere else on the forum.
That does sound interesting, thanks for the pointer.
I recently picked up 3 Steven Pacey audio books on CD (2 of 3 CDs, one of *five* CDs!) ... FOR A POUND EACH!
(Felt a bit bad about that, hope SP gets a decent cut of that)

Haven't heard them yet - queued up after some other stuff...
got him reading a Navarone sequel
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