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Doctor Who: We're All Stories in the End

10. Camera Obscura by Lloyd Rose

Season 1, Ep. 11

Join Jason and me for a terrifying, breathless moonlit race across the moors as we experience Kylie Minogue's favourite Doctor Who novel, Camera Obscura by Lloyd Rose. It's one of the best. But then I would say that, wouldn't I? Because I'm Sabbath.

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