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No Place Like Home (audio story)

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No Place Like Home
No Place Like Home cover
Doctor: Fifth Doctor
Companion(s): Erimem
Featuring: Shayde, Antranak
Main enemy: A Rovie
Main setting: The Doctor's TARDIS
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Iain McLaughlin
Director: Gary Russell
Music: David Darlington
Sound: David Darlington
Release details
Release number: 3
Release date: January 2003
Format: 1 Episode on 1 CD
Production code: DWMCD04
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No Place Like Home was a 2003 Big Finish audio drama, featuring the Fifth Doctor and new companion Erimem. Originally included in Doctor Who Magazine #326, it was later re-released as a free download on the Big Finish Productions website. This was also the audio debut of the comic-originated character Shayde.

Publisher's summary Edit

Whilst showing his latest companion, Erimem, around her new home, the Doctor discovers that the TARDIS seems remarkably keen to be as unhelpful as possible. Almost as if it wants rid of its occupants...

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The Doctor Edit

Individuals Edit

  • Peri Brown once considered wearing one of Leela's skins, which she found in the TARDIS wardrobe, to a fancy dress party.
  • The Rovie refers to Peri and Erimem as the "female monkeys."
  • Eriemem sees ice for the first time.

The TARDIS Edit

  • Aside from the console room and the wardrobe, the TARDIS contains a full sized cricket pitch, several fields, a rainforest, various control relays, the swimming pool, at least two libraries, several gardens, a storeroom full of terracotta Chinese soldiers, the Dimensional Induction Chamber and the Cloister Room.

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