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Return of the Daleks (audio story)

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Return of the Daleks
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Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Featuring: Susan Mendes, Kalendorf
Main enemy: The Daleks
Main setting: Zaleria, 42nd century
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Nicholas Briggs
Director: John Ainsworth
Music: Nicholas Briggs
Sound: Matthew Cochrane
Cover by: Alex Mallinson
Release details
Release number: V
Release date: December 2006
Format: 1 CD - 1 Episode
Production code: BFPDECD02A
ISBN 978-1-84435-238-8
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Return of the Daleks was an audio story featuring the Seventh Doctor. It was written by Nicholas Briggs.

Publisher's summary Edit

No one could ever know. We had to erase the past. Change everything. Start again.

But even though it's been centuries now... In our hearts, none of us feels truly...

Safe. I think, even if our people were to survive until the end of time itself, we would still fear... The return of the Daleks.

Plot Edit

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Cast Edit

References Edit

  • The Doctor refers to the late 42nd century as the time of the Second Great Dalek Occupation.
  • According to Susan Mendes, Zaleria has an "unblemished record" of cooperation since the Dalek invasion of Mutter's Spiral in 4162.
  • Skerrill tells the Doctor that there were only a handful of humans on Zaleria at the time of the invasion and they are all kept in the Central Zones.
  • The planet Zaleria once had another name, Spiridon.
  • The Doctor betrays the Daleks by releasing the so-called cure for light wave sickness.

Notes Edit

  • This was a special release given away to Big Finish subscribers who had Year of the Pig as part of their subscription.
  • This story marks the first appearance of the Ogrons in an audio drama. They would not return in audio form until The Romance of Crime in 2013.
  • Unusually for a Doctor Who audio drama, the story takes place over the course of several years without the use of time travel.
  • This audio drama was recorded on 20 September 2006.

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