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Dust Breeding (audio story)

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Dust Breeding
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Script release: The Audio Scripts: Volume Two
Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Companion(s): Ace
Main enemy: The Krill
The Master
Main setting: Duchamp 331, the 26th century
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Mike Tucker
Director: Gary Russell
Cover by: Clayton Hickman
Release details
Release number: 21
Release date: June 2001
Format: 4 Episodes on 2 CDs
Production code: 7T
ISBN 1-903654-33-5
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Dust Breeding
Dust Breeding

Dust Breeding was the twenty-first monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions, published in 2001. It featured the Seventh Doctor and Ace. It also debuted in audio form the Master voiced by Geoffrey Beevers who had last played the role in The Keeper of Traken in 1981.

Publisher's summary Edit

On nineteenth-century Earth, artist Edvard Munch hears an infinite scream pass through nature. Centuries later, his painting of that Scream hangs in a gallery on the barren dust world Duchamp 331.

Why is there a colony of artists on a planet that is little more than a glorified garage? What is the event that the passengers of the huge, opulent pleasure cruiser 'Gallery' are hoping to see? And what is hidden in the crates that litter the cargo hold?

The Doctor's diary indicates that the painting is about to be destroyed in "mysterious circumstances", and when he and Ace arrive on Duchamp 331, those circumstances are well underway.

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References Edit

  • Mr Seta is an anagram of "Master."
  • The planet Duchamp is named after French-born US artist Marcel Duchamp. In 1920, Man Ray photographed the dust accumulating on the surface of Duchamp's "Large Glass" construction. The resulting image was titled Dust Breeding.
  • Some of the character names are derived from famous artists - Madam Salvadori (Salvador Dali), Klemp (Gustav Klimt) and Damien Pierson (Damien Hirst).

Art by Lee Sullivan featured in DWM 306.

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