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The Kingmaker (audio story)

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The Kingmaker
The Kingmaker cover
Doctor: Fifth Doctor
Companion(s): Peri, Erimem
Main enemy:
Main setting: London, 1597, April to November 1483 and June to 22 August 1485
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Nev Fountain
Director: Gary Russell
Music: Andy Hardwick
Post production: Gareth Jenkins @ ERS
Cover by: Stuart Manning
Release details
Release number: 81
Release date: April 2006
Format: 4 Episodes on 2 CDs
Production code: 6Q/I
ISBN 1-84435-161-0
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The Kingmaker was the eighty-first monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions. It uniquely features the Fourth Doctor not played by Tom Baker, but rather by Jon Culshaw, known in the UK for his impersonation of the actor.

Publisher's summary Edit

Dr Who encounters one of the most notorious characters from the past as he journeys through time to solve the great Historical Mysteries...

Not surprisingly, the Doctor becomes mixed up with Richard III himself as he tries to unravel the perplexing problem of who exactly killed the princes in the Tower.

Peri and Erimem also encounter a suspicious time traveller. Someone from the Doctor's own past. Someone who shouldn't really be there at all.

So who did murder the princes in the Tower? Perhaps it's best not to ask a question like that...

You might not like the answer...

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Books Edit

  • The Fourth Doctor considered writing books entitled How Green Was My Gallifrey and The Female UNIT.
  • The intended title for the Doctor Who Discovers series was The Doctor, Who Discovers... but the publishing company misprinted the title, resulting in the author being mistakenly credited as "Doctor Who". Peri tells the Doctor that she likes the title "Doctor Who" as she finds it mysterious.

Notes Edit

The Kingmaker comic preview

Illustrated preview by Martin Geraghty from DWM 368.

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