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|Main enemy:||Jack Corrigan|
|Publisher:||Big Finish Productions|
|Cover by:||Marcus at Amazing15|
|Release date:||January 2012|
|Format:||1 CD - 2 parts|
|The Fourth Doctor Adventures|
|none||The Renaissance Man|
Destination: Nerva was the first story in the first series of The Fourth Doctor Adventures.
Publisher's summary Edit
After saying their goodbyes to Professor Litefoot and Henry Gordon Jago, the Doctor and Leela respond to an alien distress call beamed direct from Victorian England. It is the beginning of a journey that will take them to the newly built Space Dock Nerva... where a long overdue homecoming is expected.
A homecoming that could bring about the end of the human race.
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- The Doctor - Tom Baker
- Leela - Louise Jameson
- Dr. Alison Foster - Raquel Cassidy
- Giles Moreau / Jenkins / Construction Worker - Tim Bentinck
- Henry McMullan / Pilot / Construction Worker - Sam Graham
- Laura Craske / Construction Worker - Tilly Gaunt
- Jim Hooley / Drelleran 1 / Security Guard / Construction Worker - Kim Wall
- Lord Jack Corrigan / Drudgers / Drelleran 2 / Construction Worker - Tim Treloar
- Recording by - Paul Midcalf
- Assistant Engineer - Dale Nash
- Sound Design, Music, and CD Mastering by - Jamie Robertson
- CD Extras Interviews by - David Richardson
- CD Extras Edited by - Martin Montague
- Series Theme by - Ron Grainer
- Arranged by - Delia Derbyshire
- Theme Remastered by - David Darlington
- BFP Administration - Miles Haigh-Ellery, Catrin Hubbarde, and Alison Taylor
- Producer's Assistants - Paul Spragg and Frances Welsh
- Cover Illustration - Amazing15
- Booklet Design - Alex Mallinson
- Web Editor - Paul Wilson
- Producer - David Richardson
- Script Editor - David Richardson
- Executive Producers - Nicholas Briggs and Jason Haigh-Ellery
- Space Dock Nerva is in orbit of Jupiter. It is equipped with Security Drudgers.
- Exactly twelve years earlier, Alison gave birth to a daughter whom she named Claire. However, she only lived for seven days.
- The artificially intelligent Drudgers were previously featured in the Dalek Empire audio series, likewise written and directed by Nicholas Briggs.
- This audio drama was recorded on 12 September 2011.
- The first part of this story was offered as a free download with DWM 467, along with a number of other "Part Ones".
- This story was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra on 16 May 2015 as an hour long compilation of the two episodes, with opening and closing credits read by presenter Toby Hadoke.
- The Doctor and Leela are still wearing the Victorian era clothing which they wore while battling Li H'sen Chang and Magnus Greel in London in 1889. (TV: The Talons of Weng-Chiang)
- Leela wonders if she and the Doctor will ever see Professor George Litefoot and Henry Gordon Jago again. Many years after she had left the TARDIS and taken up residence on Gallifrey, she would be reunited with Jago and Litefoot on being sent to the 1890s by Lady President Romana to investigate the time breaks manifesting in London during that era. (AUDIO: The Ruthven Inheritance, Dead Men's Tales) While travelling with Romana's first incarnation, the Fourth Doctor would later meet Jago and Litefoot in 1899. (AUDIO: The Justice of Jalxar) They would also travel with the Doctor for a brief period during his sixth incarnation. (AUDIO: Voyage to Venus)
- The Doctor uses a match from the box of Lucifers given to him by Professor Litefoot. (TV: The Talons of Weng-Chiang)
- The Doctor mentions that he once knew a butler whose name was Butler. (AUDIO: The Foe from the Future)
- The Doctor previously visited the Nerva Beacon on two occasions in the company of Sarah Jane Smith and Harry Sullivan. He tells Commodore Moreau that the Beacon will have "an interesting history." (TV: The Ark in Space, Revenge of the Cybermen)
- The Doctor's previous theory that the Beacon once orbited Jupiter is confirmed. (TV: Revenge of the Cybermen)
- The Doctor once again observes that, while it may be irrational, "human beings are quite [his] favourite species." (TV: The Ark in Space)
- Official Destination: Nerva page at bigfinish.com
- DisContinuity for Destination: Nerva at Tetrapyriarbus - The DisContinuity Guide