big finish doctor who audio adventures #022
Director: Gary Russell
Producer: Gary Russell
Producer: Jason Haigh-Ellery
Writer: Jonathan Morris
Release Date: July 2001
Duration: 116' 41"
Main Characters: the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn
Colin Baker (The Doctor); Maggie Stables (Evelyn Smythe); Miles Richardson (Charles Darwin); George Telfer (Captain Fitzroy); Daniel Hogarth (Tulok); Julian Harries (Governor Lawson); Helen Goldwyn (Sh'vak); Jane Goddard (Greta); Jez Fielder (Emilio); Jez Fielder (Lokan);
Jacqueline Rayner (Executive Producer for BBC Worldwide); Alistair Lock (Music Composition); Alistair Lock (Recording); Alistair Lock (CD Mastering); Alistair Lock (Sound Design); Alistair Lock (Post Production); Clayton Hickman (Front Cover);
|Part One||30' 35"||In the Silurian Justice Chamber, S'Rel Tulok stands accused of perverting the laws of nature. Countless millennia later, the TARDIS materalises on one of the Enchanted Isles...|
|Part Two||29' 26"||What is the secret of the gaol house? Who are the real masters of the colony? And what terror lurks beneath the waves?|
|Part Three||26' 47"||The Doctor and Fitzroy learn the horrifying truth of the Silurians' plans for mankind. Meanwhile, Charles considers the implications of his discovery....|
|Part Four||30' 53"||On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.|
back cover blurb
The prehistoric Earth is dying. Thunderclouds roll across the skies, cloaking the land in darkness. The seas crash and boil as the rain turns to acid. The remnants of the Silurian race place themselves in suspended animation, deep below the surface. One day they will awaken and reclaim their world...
The TARDIS has landed on the Galapagos Islands, a desolate outcrop of rocks shrouded in mist and fear. In the settlement of Baquerizo Moreno, there are rumours that prisoners have been mysteriously disappearing from the gaolhouse. A fisherman has been driven insane by something he saw in the caves. And the Doctor and Evelyn are not the only new arrivals; there is also a young natural philosopher by the name of Charles Darwin...
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