We are happy to announce the second offering in our “Listen’ range

Extinction Day

Written by Daniel Worsley and read by Darran Jordan.

This short story was published in two parts in Trap Street Number 2 and Trap Street Number 3.

(If you do not have either of these issues of Trap Street then just email us at: editors@drpoductionsaus.org and we will send you the details on how to obtain free copies of both.)

To find out more about Extinction Day and how listen to and / or download it, you can navigate on our website, go to “Our Offerings” then, under “Audio” to the “Extinction Day” page or click on this  link  to go straight there.

We also have information / update about our Website.


We have an area on our website which we call Web Planet.

Here we can put up links to interesting and / or personal items that you have found, or posted to the web which you think others might enjoy seeing / reading / hearing. It does not have to be Doctor Who or even SF orientated. More information is here

If you find something of interest then go here and tell us about it, so we can add a link to Web Planet for others to enjoy.

Under Web Planet we have Editors’ Choice where each of the two editors (Dallas and Roger) put links up to material (usually not Doctor Who) which each of them find of interest. Dallas’ selections are under Dallas’ Choice and Rogers’s selections are under Roger’s Choice

Roger here, I have just added two new pieces of music which I like to Roger’s Choice. I hope you will like them too. They are:

1) Jacob Collier and Cory Henry BBC Proms 2016

Cory Henry performs his own arrangement of Michael Jackson’s classic hit “Billie Jean” with Jacob Collier. I particularly like the electronic & orchestral combination of sounds – I’m a great fan of both these artists.

2) Triangle – playing at the 16th Tokyo Jazz Festival.

I just love Senri Kawaguchi – an amazing young drummer from Japan. Take a look at their interpretation of the Dave Brubeck classic (which is HIS take on Mozart’s Rondo a la Turk) ‘Blue Rondo a la Turk’ – in 9/8 rhythm with all sorts of 4/4 – 3/4 cross rhythms – absolutely stunning!

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