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whispers of terror

big finish doctor who audio adventures #003

Director: Gary Russell
Producer: Gary Russell
Producer: Jason Haigh-Ellery
Writer: Justin Richards

Release Date: November 1999
Duration: 93' 18"

Main Characters: the Sixth Doctor and Peri

cast information

Colin Baker (The Doctor); Nicola Bryant (Peri Brown); Lisa Bowerman (Beth Pernell); Matthew Brenher (Visteen Krane); Harvey Summers (Radio Announcer); Peter Miles (Gantman); Nick Scovell (Detective Berkeley); Hylton Collins (Goff Fotherill); Hylton Collins (Computer Voice); Rebecca Jenkins (Amber Dent); Rebecca Jenkins (Car Computer); Steffan Boje (Hans Stengard); Mark Trotman (Miles Napton);

crew information

Stephen Cole (Executive Producer for BBC Worldwide); Nicholas Briggs (Music Composition); Harvey Summers (Recording); Harvey Summers (CD Mastering); Harvey Summers (Sound Design); Harvey Summers (Post Production); James Arnott (Front Cover);

episode information

Title Duration Blurb
Part One 22' 51" Arriving at the Museum of Aural Antiquities, the Doctor and Peri walk right into trouble. Assisting Detective Berkeley with his enquiries, the Doctor soon suspencts that there is more going on than meets the ear.
Part Two 23' 16" A creature composed of pure sound is on the loose. The Doctor must seal the museum to prevent its escape, but he soon learns that the danger is very close to home.
Part Three 22' 50" With the tribute broadcast of Krane's candidature speech nearing, the Doctor devises a plan to capture the creature. Peri meanwhile discovers that not everyone's motives and ambitions are quite what they seem.
Part Four 21' 40" The maddened creature is once more on the loose. It looks as though the broadcast will be the ultimate tribute to Visteen Krane in more ways than one. Especially if thie Doctor has his way.

back cover blurb

The Doctor and Peri find themselves in the Museum of Aural Antiquities, where every sound is stored for posterity - from the speeches of Visteen Krane to security service wire taps and interrogation tapes. But they also find an intruder, mysteriously changed recordings, and a dead body.

Before long the Doctor realises that there is more going on than a simple break-in or murder. How can he defeat a creature that is made of pure sound?

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