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Lucie Miller
Lucie Miller cover
Doctor: Eighth Doctor
Companion(s): Lucie, Susan, Tasmin, Alex
Main enemy: Daleks, The Monk
Main setting: Thailand, 2190s; England, 2190s; North America, 2190s; Atlantic Ocean, 2190s
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Nicholas Briggs
Director: Nicholas Briggs
Music: Andy Hardwick
Sound: Andy Hardwick
Cover by: Alex Mallinson
Release details
Release number: 4.09
Release date: February 2011
Format: 1 CD - 1 part
Production code: BFPDWCDMG033
ISBN 978-1-84435-502-0
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Lucie Miller was the ninth release of the fourth series of Eighth Doctor Adventures.

Publisher's summary Edit

"Hello! Doctor, it's me. Lucie. Lucie Miller..."

Lucie Miller needs the Doctor's help. The whole planet Earth needs his help. But he is nowhere to be seen.

While Lucie struggles to survive a terrible sickness, an even greater threat to the human race is about to be unleashed.

And this will be the second Dalek invasion of Earth the Doctor's granddaughter has had to endure.

"You must accept the reality of your situation. You have been defeated."

Plot Edit

Lucie and Alex were travelling in Thailand when a terrible sickness broke out. Although Lucie became infected, Alex did not. They attempted to flee to Bangkok on a bus, though they were thrown off when it became apparent that Lucie had the sickness. Alex managed to procure a satellite phone and left a message with the international operator. After several days, his mother Susan is able to contact Lucie. Due to their Time Lord physiology, Susan and Alex are not affected.

The doctors and scientists in London believe that the sickness is alien in nature, leading to Earth being quarantined. All of humanity's alien allies have left the planet. When Lucie and Alex began travelling, the Doctor slipped the temporal interocitor which had been built by his former companion Nyssa during his fifth incarnation. She used the interocitor to send a message to the TARDIS but the Doctor never arrived.

Susan is able to pull some strings and has Lucie and Alex taken to a hospital in Singapore. After waiting for several days in a corridor, Lucie is examined by a doctor, who tells her that she is lucky to be alive as the sickness usually kills its victims in a day. Although Lucie partially recovers, she is confined to a wheelchair and lost all sight in her right eye. After a month long journey to Australia, Lucie and Alex procured a military plane using Susan's government connections to return to England.

Shortly after Lucie and Alex's arrival in England, a fleet of Dalek flying saucers is detected in orbit of Earth. Although the planet is conquered in short order and the majority of humanity are once again enslaved by the Dalek Empire, numerous resistance groups exist all over Earth. Susan, Lucie and Alex are with one such group underneath the surface of Portsmouth.

As did they done in the aftermath of the first 22nd century Dalek invasion, the Daleks have converted numerous humans into Robomen.

Alex has discovered a fleet of nuclear submarines stored in a nearby warehouse. With the help of the former submarine technician Seb Andrews, Alex is able to activate the submarines' radio masts and hack into the Dalek communication network. They discover that the Daleks are building a mineshaft and propulsion unit which they plan to place in the planet's core. In doing so, they have dug up the majority of North America.

The resistance stage an invasion of North America using seven submarines, which are equipped with short-range missiles. Susan, Alex, Lucie, Seb and thousands of soldiers make their way to the mineshaft construction area from various different directions.

The Monk is present in the construction area and is able to both hack into and jam the resistance's transmissions. Although he believes that it is not necessary to kill all of the rebels, the Daleks have been ordered by the Dalek time controller to exterminate every one of them in order to show the rest of humanity the folly of opposing the Daleks.

The majority of the rebels, including Seb, are exterminated in the Dalek attack. However, Susan, Lucie and Alex manage to escape. After several days, Susan is able to contact Lucie and tells her that the TARDIS key is glowing, meaning that the TARDIS is on its way.

The TARDIS materialises in the vault of the Monk's base in England, where he meets his former companion Tamsin Drew. During his time on Earth, the Monk has procured the Mona Lisa, the Star of India, the Venus de Milo, the crown jewels of every royal dynasty in Earth's history and the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Tamsin claims that they are collecting these articles with the help of the Daleks in order to preserve humanity's culture for posterity.

After the Doctor's presence is revealed to the Daleks by the Monk, he claims that he is not the Doctor but a plumber. The Dalek time controller is based in North America.

The Monk confesses to Tamsin that he has revealed the location of the submarine on which Susan, Lucie and Alex are returning to England to the Daleks. It is targeted by the Dalek saucer on which the Doctor is imprisoned but it is disabled by the submarine's missiles. A second missile is launched at the saucer. Although the Doctor is able to contact Lucie via the interocitor, it is too late to abort the launch of the missile and the saucer is destroyed.

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Notes Edit

To the death promo

Promotional image.

  • The story takes places over the course of more than two years.
  • The story is told in a similar way to a Companion Chronicle, with large portions of the story being taken up by narration.
  • The story was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra on 17 January 2013; it was repeated on 21 November to celebrate Doctor Who's 50th anniversary.

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