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The Eye of Horus (audio story)

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The Eye of Horus
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Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Companion(s): Bernice, Ace
Main enemy: Sutekh
Main setting: Ancient Egypt
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: James Goss
Director: Scott Handcock
Music: Steve Foxon
Sound: Steve Foxon
Cover by: Tom Webster
Release details
Release number: 2.3
Release date: 12 June 2015
ISBN 978-1-78178-540-9
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The Eye of Horus was the third story in the Doctor Who - The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield box set The Triumph of Sutekh.

Publisher's summary Edit

Ancient Egypt is enjoying a golden age - peace, prosperity and a powerful Pharaoh. But something is moving through the sands. A forgotten god requests an invite to the feast.

Plot Edit

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Cast Edit

References Edit

  • Tutmosis does not like being referred to as King Tut.
  • Hatshepsut's barge is the Ship of a Billion Years.
  • Both the Doctor and Sutekh initially arrive from the desert, and have a profound influence on a pharaoh.

Notes Edit

  • This story was recorded on 13, 14, 17, and 18 November and 5 December 2014 at The Moat Studios and The Sound House.
  • A historical expert, John Johnston, was consulted for this release to ensure factual accuracy to Ancient Egyptian history.
  • Sutekh encourages Tutmosis to murder his mother, Hatshepsut, to ascend to king. This is inspired by real life Egyptian history, as is the Land of Punt.

Continuity Edit

  • Hatshepsut mentions Sarah Jane Smith as one of the people she is to expect. (TV: Pyramids of Mars)
  • The Doctor removes many of his own memories to make more space. In this incarnation he has made a habit of removing unnecessary memories. (PROSE: Genesys) In his next, as well, he would have most of his memory suppressed to store other information. (PROSE: The Gallifrey Chronicles)

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