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|A Life in the Day|
|Main setting:||London, 1921|
|Publisher:||Big Finish Productions|
|Cover by:||Tom Webster|
|Part of:||Dark Eyes 4|
|Release date:||2 March 2015|
|Format:||1 X 1 hour|
|Rule of the Eminence||The Monster of Montmartre|
- You may be looking for the short story of the same name.
Publisher's summary Edit
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- The Doctor - Paul McGann
- Liv Chenka - Nicola Walker
- Martin Donaldson - Barnaby Kay
- Kitty Donaldson - Beth Chalmers
- The Woman - Charlie Norfolk
- Usher - Derek Hutchinson
- Projectionist/Policeman/Guide - Dan Starkey
- Receptionist - Camilla Power
- Android - John Banks
- This is the first Dark Eyes story not to feature The Master since The White Room and as an enemy since Time's Horizon.
- The Doctor mentions meeting Kitty in the fields of France (AUDIO: The Great War) and the last time he went to the posh end of London someone thought he was their husband. (AUDIO: Other Lives)
- The Doctor gives Liv Chenka her own key to the TARDIS, a privilege he granted to many of his companions. (TV: The Daleks)
- The History Museum has a sculpture of the Red Lady. (AUDIO: The Red Lady)
- The Doctor says that he can't go to 107 Baker Street as the Fourth Doctor is using it right now. (AUDIO: The Auntie Matter)
- One of the items in the British Museum is colloquially known as "The Red Lady," despite not depicting such a thing. (AUDIO: The Red Lady)