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Dreamtime
Dreamtime cover
Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Companion(s): Ace, Hex
Main setting: Uluru City, the far future
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Simon A. Forward
Director: Gary Russell
Music: Steve Foxon
Post production: Steve Foxon
Cover by: Lee Binding
Release details
Release number: 67
Release date: March 2005
Format: 4 Episodes on 2 CDs
Production code: 7W/A
ISBN 1-84435-136-X
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Dreamtime was the sixty-seventh monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions. Released in March 2005, it featured the Seventh Doctor and Ace and was the first story following his introduction in The Harvest for new companion Hex played by Philip Olivier.

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'The Dreamtime is living Time. The Dreaming is living myth.'

A city travels the stars, inhabited by stone ghosts. At its heart, an ancient remembrance of Earth. Mythical creatures stalk the streets and alien visitors have come in search of trade. But there is nothing to trade. Only fear. And death. And the stone ghosts.

For Hex's first destination in the TARDIS, it's about the strangest place he could have imagined. Weird and very far from wonderful. Adjustment to his new life could prove tough. But he will have to adjust and do more, just to stay alive, and Ace will have to be his guide through this lost city of shadows and predatory dreams.

And the Doctor is the first to go missing.

The Doctor has crossed into the Dreamtime.

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  • The Doctor demonstrates a working knowledge of certain Indigenous Australian tribal practices (such as referring to "Ayer's Rock" as Uluru and knowing that the use of the bull roarer and woomera are traditionally a male-only occupation) while being in the dark over other practices and beliefs (such as what bunyip and yowie are to the tribe who live around Uluru).

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