the land of the dead
The Land of the Dead
big finish doctor who audio adventures #004
Director: Gary Russell
Producer: Gary Russell
Producer: Jason Haigh-Ellery
Writer: Stephen Cole
Release Date: January 2000
Duration: 114' 34"
Main Characters: the Fifth Doctor and Nyssa
Peter Davison (The Doctor); Sarah Sutton (Nyssa); Lucy Campbell (Monica Lewis); Neil Roberts (Tulung); Christopher Scott (Shaun Brett); Andrew Fettes (Gaborik); Alistair Lock (Supplier);
Stephen Cole (Executive Producer for BBC Worldwide); Nicholas Briggs (Music Composition); Nicholas Briggs (Sound Design); Nicholas Briggs (Post Production); Alistair Lock (Recording); Harvey Summers (CD Mastering); Peri Godbold (Front Cover);
|Part One||30' 23"||The TARDIS materialises on Earth in 1964, hovering just above the Alaskan ice-fields -- narrowly avoiding a collision with a two-man aeroplane. Thirty years further on, the Doctor make some disturbing connections.|
|Part Two||30' 03"||Brett's house seems to be the focus for some kind of primeval energy. There are creatures being born, and others being awoken -- all of which seem to be inimical to human life.|
|Part Three||25' 33"||While Nyssa and Tulung are trapped in the snowy Alaskan wastes, Monica and the Doctor must face the ancient terror within Brett's house -- while Brett himself nears the end of his long search for truth....|
|Part Four||27' 50"||The secrets of the Permians lie buried within the Alaskan permafrost. While Brett and Tulung struggle to face their pasts, the Doctor must curtail the Permians' future...|
back cover blurb
Landing in Alaska, the Doctor and Nyssa encounter a group of people in a most unusual house, cut off not only by the harsh climate but by their individual secrets and obsessions.
Millionaire Shaun Brett is utilising chunks of the local area to construct a shrine to his dead father. But when deadly creatures start roaming outside, and a terrifying discovery is made inside the house, the Doctor realises that Brett has unleashed an unimaginably ancient force.
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