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Doctor Who - The Ring Of Steel MP3
Doctor Who - The Ring Of Steel MP3
Performer: Doctor Who
Title: The Ring Of Steel
Label: BBC Audio
Country: UK
Released: 05 Aug 2010
Style: Audiobook
Cat: ISBN 978-1-408-42761-3
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2100 mb | MP3 size: 2782 mb | WMA size: 1736 mb
Genre: Sounds
Tracklist

1The Ring Of Steel80:00

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneDoctor Who The Ring Of Steel ‎(CD, Promo)The Observer, BBCnoneUK2011

Credits

  • Artwork [Cover]Paul Hocking
  • Composed By [Dr. Who Theme]Murray Gold
  • Edited By [Project Editor]Michael Stevens
  • Music By, EffectsSimon Hunt
  • ProducerNeil Gardner
  • Read ByArthur Darvill
  • Written-ByStephen Cole

Album

The Ring of Steel was the first exclusive to audio adventure featuring the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond. When the TARDIS lands on Orkney in the near future, the Doctor and Amy arrive to find a large demonstration in progress over the construction of new electricity pylons. The Doctor tries to break things up peacefully - but suddenly the road splits open without warning and swallows police, security guards, and protestors alike. Separated from the Doctor, Amy takes charge of transporting the wounded. Listen free to Doctor Who Doctor Who: The Ring Of Steel. Do you know any background info about this album Start the Doctor, Rose, and Mickey join forces with the alternate-reality counterparts of Pete Tyler and Mickey Smith, in the search for the one weakness in the Cybermen's plans. Written by RTF. The Rise of the Cybermen, Age of Steel two-parter still remains the best Cyberman story since Doctor Who's 2005 revival. Doctor Who: Series 4 is a soundtrack album released on 17 November 2008, containing incidental music that was used throughout the fourth series of the BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who. The music was composed by the British musical director Murray Gold and was orchestrated by his collaborator Ben Foster who had previously worked with him on the films Alien Autopsy, I Want Candy and most recently Frank Oz's Death at a Funeral. The Doctor and Amy arrive on Orkney just in time to meet a tense standoff between environmental protestors declaiming the addition of pylons to their landscape and the power company Astra-gen. A sudden earthquake and the robotic actions of the security guards soon shows that more powerful and sinister forces are at work and aren't they ever. Soon the Doctor and friends are facing off against an alien enemy threatening the destruction of our world and countless others unless stopped in time. Well, finished 'The Ring of Steel' in a day and it was good if not spectacular. The story makes good use of being an audio exclusive by making an audio element an important one. A surprisingly uninspired Doctor Who tale from Stephen Cole The Ring of Steel sees the Doctor, Amy and Rory facing a true crisis of energy policy in the form of moving monstrous electricity towers. A bunch of demonstrators are also involved. Everything is this story is safe and mediocre. Many of the concepts might feel silly but mostly they just come across bland and loaned I don't know which is worse. Cole's language is okay but theres's nothing unique about it the. Ian Stuart Black Doctor Who The Savages The Original BBC Television Soundtrack Who: The Sleepers in the Dust. By: Darren Jones. Narrated by: Arthur Darvill. Written specially for audio by Stephen Cole and read by Arthur Darvill, who plays Rory in Doctor Who, The Ring of Steel features the Doctor as played by Matt Smith in the acclaimed hit series from BBC Television. 2010 Stephen Cole P2010 BBC Audiobooks Ltd. More from the same. Written specially for audio by Stephen Cole and read by Arthur Darvill, who plays Rory in Doctor Who, The Ring of Steel features the Doctor as played by Matt Smith in the acclaimed hit series from BBC Cybermen take control of London and start converting the populace