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Is There Life Outside the Box?

Narrated by: Gordon Griffin
Length: 11 hrs and 39 mins
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Peter Davison became a national treasure for having his arm up a cow in his role as Tristan Farnon in All Creatures Great and Small. Then, in 1981, he secured his place in science fiction history by becoming the fifth Doctor Who. The Time Lord connection continued with the marriage of his daughter Georgia to Dr Who number ten, David Tennant. Davison has starred in countless television series over the last 42 years including Love for Lydia, A Very Peculiar Practice, At Home with the Braithwaites and The Last Detective. This autobiography reveals life inside the box.

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  • 28-08-2017

Great fun!

Loved it! As a huge fan of the actor, I found it a delightful listen; humorous and always entertaining.

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  • Customer rock
  • 22-12-2018

interesting

was good to hear about Peter's career Will listen again well worth a listen good stuff

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  • Rob Briggs
  • 05-09-2017

Charming, whimsical and full of self-effacing wit

Peter Davison gives his account of his fortuitous life to date, basing his tales on luck and good fortune. What shines though instead is the warmth and gratitude of an exceptional talent.

The narrator does an excellent job bringing Peter's vibrant prose to life.