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Hexagora
Hexagora
Adapted from: Hex
Doctor: Fifth Doctor
Companion(s): Nyssa, Tegan
Main setting: Brisbane, 1983; Lupara 1983; London, 1977
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Paul Finch, from a story by Peter Ling and Hazel Adair
Director: Ken Bentley
Producer: David Richardson
Music: Simon Robinson
Sound: Simon Robinson
Cover by: Alex Mallinson
Release details
Release number: 3.02
Release date: November 2011
Format: 4 Episodes on 2 CDs
ISBN 978-1-84435-574-7
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Hexagora was a Big Finish Doctor Who audio story released in 2011. It featured the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Tegan Jovanka.

Publisher's summary Edit

When a newspaper reporter goes missing, the Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa uncover a case of alien abduction. The trail leads them to the planet Luparis, and a city that appears to be a replica of Tudor London.

What are the monsters that lurk in the shadows? And what is the terrible secret at the heart of Luparis? To save a world, the Doctor must try and defeat the evil plans of Queen Zafira.

And one of her plans is to marry him...

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References Edit

  • Luparis is the third planet of Proxima Centauri and is supposed to be overgrown with no intelligent life.
  • Tegan and Mike Bretherton, who were next door neighbours, went to high school together in Brisbane. They were taught physics and chemistry by Miss Anderson. When she was fifteen, she broke her toe during track and gym and Mike carried her books home for her.
  • Luparis is a replica of Tudor London, featuring reproductions of the River Thames (which has frozen over due to the planet's rapidly falling temperatures, leading to a frost fair), London Bridge and the Palace of Whitehall.
  • The Doctor once sparred with Errol Flynn.
  • Tegan and Nyssa each have their own TARDIS keys.
  • The Doctor says that Gallifreyans can live for "millennia."

Notes Edit

  • After the audio story Prison in Space, this is the second Lost Story in which a female ruler seeks to marry the Doctor. Babs, the Chairman of the World Federation of Womanhood, became infatuated with the Second Doctor immediately after meeting him in that story.
  • After the audio story The Foe from the Future and The Valley of Death, this is the third Lost Story to partially take place in 1977.
  • This audio drama was recorded on 10 and 11 February 2011.
  • The original working title for this story was simply Hex.

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