Doctor Who at the BBC: The Plays was the fourth in the Doctor Who at the BBC CD series, and differed significantly from other instalments. It was wholly comprised of three audio plays that were about Doctor Who, but which did not occur in the Doctor Who universe. That is, two of the plays had to do with fandom's relationship to the programme, while the third was a fictionalised account of Delia Derbyshire's struggle to arrange the Doctor Who theme music in 1963.
Unusually, the plays were not actually aimed at the traditional family audience for Doctor Who, but rather were firmly targeted at adults. The release therefore carried a warning that its contents included sexual themes and strong language.
It was further unique in this series for not having a presenter, and thus for not using the talents of Elisabeth Sladen.
Dalek, I Love You
Nigel's obsession with Doctor Who is a source of some concern to his mother. When he meets the girl of his dreams at a convention, life at home seems set to change forever.
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