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Submission (audio story)

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Featuring: Jack, Gwen, Ianto
Main enemy:
Main setting: The Severn Bridge, Cardiff, Tokyo and the Mariana Trench, 2009
Key crew
Writer: Ryan Scott
Director: Kate McAll
Release details
Release number: 2
Release date: 12 July 2011 (Radio 4)
ISBN 978-1-4458-6095-4
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Submission was the second in the Torchwood: The Lost Files mini-series. It aired the week after Series 4 started airing on Starz, but was set before Series 3.

Publisher summary Edit

Torchwood are chasing aliens down the M4, when Jack accidentally blows a hole in the Severn Bridge, and the SUV hits the water. Whilst submerged Jack, Gwen and Ianto hear a strange noise, which, back at the Hub they realise is a cry for help. They track the cry to its source which turns out to be the deepest part of the Ocean - the Mariana Trench. Ianto rings old Torchwood flame, Carlie Roberts, who's an expert in marine geology, and Jack pulls strings with the US government to get them all on board the USS Calvin, an Arleigh Burke class destroyer, which is heading for the Trench. From there they board the Octopus Rock, the only submarine built to withstand the pressure at that depth, and follow the signal. But when the Submarine crashes, the team are left at the mercy of a hungry alien.

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Cast Edit

References Edit

  • Facebook and Twitter are mentioned.
  • Jack claims to have mentioned The Doctor to UNIT.
  • Carlie mentions expeditions down to the Mariana Trench in the 1950s and 1960s.
  • Jack compares the submarine to the Red October.
  • Carlie refers to the bottom of the Mariana Trench as Davy Jones' Locker.
  • Sam refers to Gwen as being as sweet as a cupcake.
  • The submarine is named the Octopus Rock after a song by the Sex Pistols, an English punk band.

Notes Edit

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Continuity Edit

Download and CD release Edit

  • The story is also available as a download from the AudioGo website.

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