Martin Montague was the senior presentation producer at BBC 7 during at least the first decade of the 21st century. As such, he was the commissioning producer of the radio series that eventually came to be known as The New Eighth Doctor Adventures, featuring the Eighth Doctor and Lucie Miller. He also was the main producer of the accompanying behind-the-scenes documentary, Beyond the Vortex, and was partly responsible for casting Sheridan Smith as Lucie.
Montague had other, somewhat peripheral, connections to Doctor Who. He was the presenter for the September 2007 edition of Big Finish Magazine (#10), a free audio magazine which was made exclusively available to subscribers of the main monthly Big Finish Doctor Who audio stories. He also edited the official BBCi trailers for Scream of the Shalka. As a part of his job, he kept the Doctor Who fan base informed about Doctor Who happenings on BBC7. Consequently, he would occasionally provide reports to the news pages of Outpost Gallifrey and its successors.
Post production Edit
Big Finish Short Trips Edit
- Short Trips: Volume 1 - sound design
- Short Trips: Volume 2 - sound design
- Short Trips: Volume 3 - sound design
- Short Trips: Volume 4 - sound design
- Threshold - sound design
- Artificial Intelligence - sound design
- The Pelage Project - sound design
- State of Emergency - sound design
- Manhunt - sound design
- The Fifth Citadel - sound design
- Peshka - sound design
- Sins of the Fathers - sound design
Big Finish main range Edit
- The Burning Prince - sound design
- Masters of Earth - sound design
- Shield of the Jötunn - sound design
- The Waters of Amsterdam - sound design
- The Two Masters - sound design
- Fiesta of the Damned - sound design
Fourth Doctor Adventures Edit
Classic Doctors, New Monsters Edit
- ↑ Ariel: The BBC Newspaper. 14th July 2009. p. 8
- ↑ Lyon, Shaun. "Eighth Doctor on BBC7". 14 September 2006.
- ↑ Scream of the Shalka trailers page at the "classic" Doctor Who website
- ↑ 2003 BBC7 Radio Update on Outpost Gallifrey (archived)
- ↑ Lyon, Shaun. "The Now Show", Outpost Gallifrey (archived). 6 November 2004.