Doctor Who: The Rani Elite




      Doctor Who: The Rani Elite
The TARDIS arrives in the CAGE not a trap, but the College of Advanced Galactic Education, one of the most prestigious academic institutions in colonised space.Not a trap Or is it The Doctor s here to receive an honorary degree in Moral Philosophy But there s something rotten at the heart of the Medical Facility Someone is operating on the students Someone without a conscience Someone with access to a Sidelian Brain Scanner a technology that hasn t been invented yet.That someone is the ruthless Time Lord scientist known as the Rani in her new incarnation But will the Doctor and Peri recognise the Rani s hand before her trap is sprung Best Download Doctor Who: The Rani Elite author Justin Richards For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Justin Richards is a British writer He has written many spin off novels based on the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who, and he is Creative Director for the BBC Books range He has also written for television, contributing to Five s soap opera Family Affairs He is also the author of a series of crime novels for children about the Invisible Detective, and novels for older children His Doctor Who novel The Burning was placed sixth in the Top 10 of SFX magazine s Best SF Fantasy novelisation or TV tie in novel category of 2000.

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  • Audio CD
  • Doctor Who: The Rani Elite
  • Justin Richards
  • English
  • 05 April 2018

10 thoughts on “ Doctor Who: The Rani Elite

  1. Michael says:

    In the fifteen or so years that Big Finish has been releasing stories, they ve brought back just about every classic Doctor Who villain and monster imaginable There are a few exceptions which up until this release included the Doctor s old nemesis, the Rani But I suppose if the Swarm can get a sequel, then it s about time the Rani made her debut in the Big Finish audio universe.And like the previous installment in this trilogy, The Rani Elite is a case of a lot of potential squandered A lot In the fifteen or so years that Big Finish has been releasing stories, they ve brought back just about every classic Doctor Who villain and monster imaginable There are a few exceptions which up until this release included the Doctor s old nemesis, the Rani But I suppose if the Swarm can get a sequel, then it s about time the Rani made her debut in the Big Finish audio universe.And like the previous installment in this trilogy, The Rani Elite is a case of a lot of potential squandered A lot of this comes from the simple fact that the story includes the Rani s name in the title but then follows the classic series pattern of keeping the villain s identity hidden until the cliffhanger for the first episode I can t help but feel that the story squandered not only a potentially great cliffhanger but also the entire first installment o...

  2. Jamie Revell says:

    The difficulty with using the Rani as aDoctor Whovillain, and, presumably, the reason that it hasn t been done very often in the tie in media, is that it s hard to distinguish her from the Master While there are some differences in motivation, to be honest, the main distinguishing feature in the TV series was that she happened to be a woman Which makes it unfortunate, perhaps, that this play was released just a few weeks after Missy s big reveal on TV And doubly so that, here, they chose The difficulty with using the Rani as aDoctor Whovillain, and, presumably, the reason that it hasn t been done very often in the tie in media, is that it s hard to distinguish her from the Master While there are some differences in motivation, to be honest, the main distinguishing feature in the TV series was that she happened to be a woman Which makes it unfortunate, perhaps, that this play was released just a few weeks after Missy s big reveal on TV And doubly so that, here, they chose to give the new incarnation of the Rani a Scottish accentIn fact, the part was written for original Rani actor Kate O Mara, who sadly passed away before it could be recorded She was replaced by Siobhan Redmond, whose portrayal of the character is calm and collected,reminiscent of Delgado s Master than Gomez s However, be...

  3. Gabriel Mero says:

    Yes Yes YES Finally, a Rani story I feel like the Rani is a criminally underused villain While this version came off less malicious and cold as her TV counterpart played by Kate O Mara, the Rani still remains the baddest renegade Time Lord bitch ever.

  4. Christopher Buchanan says:

    First, let me say Siobhan Redmond has a very sexy voice I could listen to her read a menu with that accent I m digging her as the Rani and hoping we get plentyColin and Nicola were brilliant as ever and the rest of the cast was good too The story was a bit of a let down though It drags a bit in the beginning and the cliff hanger at the end of the second episode could not be cheaper The Rani s plan seems to be a variant of her scheme in Time and the Rani She s only had 2 outings, First, let me say Siobhan Redmond has a very sexy voice I could listen to her read a menu with that accent I m digging her as the Rani and hoping we get plentyColin and Nicola were brilliant as ever and the rest of the cast was good too The story was a bit of a let down though It drags a bit in the beginning and the cliff hanger at the en...

  5. Edward Butler says:

    The performances, direction, etc are as usual superb here my only complaint was that the story felt a bit slight, though I suppose that it serves nicely as a reintroduction of the Rani, from whom I suppose, and hope, we ll be hearingin further stories.

  6. Steven says:

    The return of the evil time lady, the Rani.

  7. Debra Cook says:

    The Rani is taking old people and making them young again by putting them in young students who die from the procedure Can Peri and the doctor stop her.

  8. Lauren says:

    It s such a shame that we never got a story with Kate O Mara, but Siobhan Redmond is wonderful in the role, and I m looking forward to hearingfrom her next year.

  9. Richard Harrison says:

    Interesting to hear a new Rani Now we have a Doctor, Master and Rani who are all Scottish, wonder if there s something in that

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