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Doctor Who: We're All Stories in the End

26. Ea(s)ter of Wasps by Trevor Baxendale

Season 3, Ep. 2

We're back to continue our journey through all things Virgin New Adventure and Eighth Doctor Adventures. This month, we're going back in time to a quiet village overrun with killer wasps and sentient nuclear bombs (a bit like Professor Bracewell in Victory of the Daleks, odd that...) Join Iain and Kevin to talk about this novel, and how Kevin is coping with all this reading he's undertaking...

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