|Main character(s):||The Doctor|
|Main enemy:||The Time Lords|
|Main setting:||Gallifrey (Unbound)|
|Publisher:||Big Finish Productions|
|Producer:||Andy Hardwick and Nicholas Briggs|
|Release date:||October 2003|
|Doctor Who Unbound|
|Deadline||A Storm of Angels|
Publisher's summary Edit
"They want to punish me for being me!"
All the Doctor has to do to avoid being caught by the Time Lords is work in a supermarket and go to the pub. It's a cunning plan — certainly far less dangerous than fighting the dreaded Quarks and all those other alien fiends.
But just when everything seemed mundane and safe, alien transmissions, exploding poison gas, Princess Anne and wobbly trolleys burst onto the scene to ruin everything. It's a crisis! A fiendish alien plot! And the Doctor must use all the resources at her disposal to defeat it. She'll probably need to have a large vodka first, though.
- The Doctor- Arabella Weir
- Cherrie - Hannah Smith
- Cheese - Jeremy James
- Time Lord 1 - Toby Longworth
- Time Lord 2 - David Tennant
- Mr Baggit - Graham Duff
- Previous Doctor - Nicholas Briggs
- It is stated that for a Time Lord to change gender, the previous incarnation must commit suicide.
- A female Thirteenth Doctor also appeared in TV: The Curse of Fatal Death.
- The story features David Tennant as a Time Lord. He would later play the Tenth Doctor from 2005 to 2010.
- Arabella Weir (The Doctor) would later play Billis in TV: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe.
- The pseudonyms that the previous Doctor attributes to the Master are Roger, Peter, Geoffrey, Tony and Eric. This is a reference to the actors who played the character of the Master on television: Roger Delgado, Peter Pratt, Geoffrey Beevers, Anthony Ainley and Eric Roberts.
- This audio drama was recorded on 1 September 2003.
- Official Exile page at bigfinish.com
- Detailed synopsis of Exile at the Doctor Who Reference Guide
- DisContinuity for Exile at Tetrapyriarbus - The DisContinuity Guide