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Frozen Time (audio story)

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Frozen Time
Frozen Time cover
Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Main enemy: Arakssor
Main setting: Antarctica, 2012
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Nicholas Briggs
Director: Barnaby Edwards
Music: Steve Foxon
Post production: Steve Foxon
Cover by: Alex Mallinson
Release details
Release number: 98
Release date: August 2007
Format: 2 CDs - 4 Episodes
Production code: 7Z/B
ISBN 978-1-84435-285-2
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Frozen Time was the ninety-eighth monthly Doctor Who audio release produced by Big Finish Productions. This was the second solo Seventh Doctor story, and the first time that the Seventh Doctor and Ice Warriors have appeared in an audio together, although not the first time chronologically for the Seventh Doctor to encounter them in an audio drama, that classification belonging to Thin Ice.

Publisher's summary Edit

In 1929, Lord Barset's expedition to the Antarctic is lost without trace. Or so it seems...

Nearly a century later, his grandson funds a much-publicised return to the icy wastes. His mission: to discover what happened to the original expedition. But what he finds instead is an enigma — a battered London police box frozen in ice millennia old.

But something else lies in wait in this awful place, something from an era before humankind set foot on the continent's cold soil. A menace frozen in time.

Until now.

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References Edit

The Doctor Edit

  • The Doctor mutters the names of his previous companions Mel, Ace and Hex.

Species Edit

Locations Edit

  • The Antarctic holds a Martian prison facility for war criminals.

Notes Edit

  • This release is the first ever to include a music suite.
  • A preview of this story was shown in Doctor Who Magazine issue 385 with an illustration by Martin Geraghty.
  • Frozen Time acts as a partial sequel to the events of the AudioVisuals audio drama Endurance, also written by and starring Briggs. It featured the exploits of the original 1929 Antarctic expedition, ranging from the Rochester crew's investigation of the missing expedition's base camp to the discovery and destruction of an advanced Silurian metropolis nestled beneath the ice. The obliteration of the city in the original story would seem to be the main reason Lord Barset was unable to uncover any trace of his grandfather's lost working party.
  • This audio drama was recorded on 24 and 25 April 2007 at The Moat Studios.

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