‘The Coins of Deno: The Map to Time’

Hello everyone! 🙂

Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley.

As we continue to celebrate six years of ‘Bradley’s Basement’ today, I’ve decided to share the first episode of the upcoming ‘Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ anthology called ‘The Coins of Deno’. I’m still uploading the eight-part anthology as we speak. Five episodes have been completed whilst three more episodes need attending to.

Despite that, I can’t let the six year anniversary celebration of ‘Bradley’s Basement’ go by without sharing a taste of what the upcoming anthology will be like. Hopefully, I will get the rest of ‘The Coins of Deno’ completed, uploaded and available to read in January 2022, in time for the Fifth Doctor’s 40th anniversary in ‘Doctor Who’.

The first episode of ‘The Coins of Deno’ is called ‘The Map to Time’. It has the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Billy visiting the alien planet Arazo IV where they meet Lord Ganl, Mr. Dalgix and the three Selve Guardians – Kexaj, Toma and Criala. The TARDIS trio are given the quest to search for the eight Coins of Deno and they soon end up in a rock maze.

Check out the link to ‘The Coins of Deno’ where you will find ‘The Map to Time’ episode, which is divided into four chapters. You can access the chapters by clicking the links on ‘The Coins of Deno’ page.


The remaining seven episodes of ‘The Coins of Deno’, including ‘The Greek Horror’, ‘The Clouds of Skydra’, ‘The Scavenger Station’, ‘The Mystery of Witten Island’, ‘The Holiday of Romance’, ‘The Dreadnought’ and ‘The War of Deno’ will be made available soon on my blog. Stay tuned!

Please feel free to also check out the other stories in ‘The Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ series including ‘The Railway of Time’, ‘The Space Hotel’, ‘Doom of the Daleks’, ‘The Tree of Riverloth’, ‘The Austen Code’, ‘Junglos 4198’, ‘Chieftain’s Caves’, ‘Dawn of the Dwaxi’, ‘The Stockbridge Terror’, etc.

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂


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