Love them!I personally would have absolutely loved these if I’d received them when I first discovered Doctor Who. I’d recommend them to all - the details are fantastic, the descriptions are clear and interesting, and there’s plenty of Easter eggs for the longtime fans like myself. Love them!Louis
Doctor Who Part 1
Sponsored by: Crowdfunder Project, fundraiser Louis Moorhouse
Available braille grades:
This is Part 1 in a series of tactile and audio books which introduce the world of Doctor Who from the very beginning. We’ll journey through time and space and meet each incarnation of the Doctors in turn along with their alien adversaries! Doctor Who Part 1 includes an introduction to the TARDIS and the First to the Fourth Doctors.
The scripts are read by past and present Doctor Who actors: Derek Jacobi, Stephen Noonan, Nicholas Briggs, Michael Troughton, Tim Treloar, Dan Starkey, Katy Manning, Tom Baker and Terry Molloy.
Listen to an audio clip
Hello and welcome to Doctor Who Part 1.
We’ll journey through time and space and meet each of the Doctors in turn, along with their fiendish alien adversaries.
This tactile picture introduces the First Doctor and the first on screen story featuring the Daleks. In this adventure the Tardis lands in a petrified forest on an alien planet.
This tactile picture introduces the Third Doctor and the militaristic clone race, The Sontarans. In this story the doctor is called in by UNIT to investigate when a number of scientists go missing from a top security institute.
At the start of this story the once feared Cybermen have disappeared from the universe without trace. An expedition from future earth arrives on Telos, home world of the Cyberman, to try and discover exactly what has become of the silver giants.
- A collection of raised tactile pictures of the first four Doctors alongside their alien adversaries.
- Audio descriptions with music and sound effects in your chosen format of either CD or USB or stream via your account online.
- An A4 colour image pack. Guidance notes for parents and teachers to help you make the most of using this book.
- An ‘Articles for the Blind’ returns label for the free and convenient return of the box.