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Glorious Goodwood was an audio story recorded in 1974.

In 1974, Jon Pertwee and Elisabeth Sladen reprised their roles of the Third Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith respectively for a ten-minute mini-episode, which also included an appearance by the Daleks. The episode was created in conjunction with an appearance at the Goodwood Motor Circuit in West Sussex and was played at the venue itself.

The mini-episode was never rebroadcast. It was forgotten in the BBC Archives until 2005, when it was included on Doctor Who at the BBC Volume 3, an edition of the Doctor Who at the BBC series of CD releases (also narrated by Sladen).

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Sarah Jane is at Goodwood Motor Circuit, West Sussex, and is driving the Whomobile around it. She contacts the Doctor, who says he cannot be with her because he is having his metabolism checked over on order of the Brigadier, who thinks he is not safe in Bessie, let alone the Whomobile. The Doctor tells her to have a good time, but to be careful. Sarah says that if it comes to the worst she has her Emergency Rescue call button. She wishes the Doctor well and reminds herself to bring him a bunch of grapes when she gets back.

Meanwhile, a Dalek patrol reports back to the Dalek Supreme. The Daleks search and receive readings of the Doctor's Whomobile at Goodwood in Sussex, but are disappointed to find that the two passengers of the car are both human. Despite this, the Daleks prepare to attack.

Sarah sees something on the track ahead and slows down to look at it. At first she thinks it's a "...couple of old dustbins and a garden ornament", but she soon recognises it as the Daleks, accompanied by Aggedor, the royal beast of Peladon.

She presses her Emergency Rescue call button. The Daleks order her to stop. Sarah stops, and tells them that she is tired of running into them at every stop. She threatens to report them to the racing authority. The Daleks insist that she come with them to the Dalek Supreme for interrogation.

The army arrives to help defeat the Daleks. The Daleks are overtaken, then retreat, having failed in their mission.

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  • The episode is primarily carried by Elisabeth Sladen. Jon Pertwee is heard only briefly. One notable aspect of the production is that it's the only occasion in which the name Whomobile is actually uttered in relation to the futuristic car owned by the Doctor.
  • The Daleks describe two humans in the Whomobile, but the second is never identified. It could be interpreted as the person listening to the story.
  • Along with The Stealers from Saiph, this is one of two DWU productions to feature no surviving cast members as of 2017.

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