a real world point of view
|Main character(s):||Sarah Jane Smith|
|Main enemy:||Harris, the Squire|
|Main setting:||Cloots Coombe, 2002|
|Release date:||31 July 2002|
|Sarah Jane Smith|
|none||The Tao Connection|
VILLAGERS MISSING IN POSSIBLE MOD COVER-UP
Six months after the last part of her undercover investigative TV series for Planet 3 Broadcasting went out, Sarah Jane Smith is running scared. Living under a false name, her true identity compromised, she has few friends and fewer clues as to her pursuers. Enter three people who will change her life – the mysterious Mr Harris, old friend Ellie Martin and a guardian angel in the shape of the roguish Josh. Now, all roads lead to the village of Cloots Coombe in Wiltshire. But will she find answers she needs there?
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- Sarah Jane Smith - Elisabeth Sladen
- Harris - Robin Bowerman
- Mr Venables - Alistair Lock
- Josh Townsend - Jeremy James
- Bank Robber - Matthew Brenher
- Bank Robber - David John
- Mr Hedges - Nicholas Briggs
- Natalie Redfern - Sadie Miller
- The Squire - David Jackson
- Reverend Gosforth - Peter Sowerbutts
- Ellie Martin - Juliet Warner
- Maude Fletcher - Patricia Leventon
- Sarah drives a red Volkswagen Beetle called "Ethel," which is blown up.
- Sarah used to work for Planet 3.
- Brendan Richards, the former ward of Lavinia Smith, is working in Silicon Valley in San Francisco and is consequently unable to attend Lavinia's funeral.
- Sadie Miller (Natalie Redfern) is the real life daughter of Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith).
- This audio drama was recorded on 7 March 2002.
- Moreton Harwood appeared in TV: A Girl's Best Friend.
- K9 Mark III has completely broken down and is in a box in Sarah Jane's attic. K9 was still broken down when Sarah Jane encountered the Tenth Doctor in 2007, who repaired him. (TV: School Reunion)
- After Lavinia's funeral, Juno Baker holds a memorial service for her late friend at her house. (TV: A Girl's Best Friend)
- Official Comeback page at bigfinish.com
- Detailed synopsis of Comeback at the Doctor Who Reference Guide