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The Memory Cheats
The Memory Cheats
Doctor: Second Doctor
Companion(s): Jamie, Zoe
Main setting: Uzbekistan, Central Asia, August 1919
Key crew
Writer: Simon Guerrier
Director: Lisa Bowerman
Music: Richard Fox & Lauren Yason
Sound: Richard Fox & Lauren Yason
Cover by: Marcus at Amazing15
Release details
Release number: 6.03
Release date: September 2011
Format: 1 disc
ISBN 978-1-84435-582-2
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The Memory Cheats was the forty-seventh release in the Companion Chronicles audio range. It was the third story of season 6. It was written by Simon Guerrier and featured Zoe Heriot.

Publisher's summary Edit

Zoe Heriot remembers everything. But she remembers nothing.

A genius with instant recall, Zoe's mind has been purged of her memories of travelling with the Doctor and Jamie in the TARDIS. And years later she is in deep trouble — prosecuted by the mysterious company that has evidence that she has travelled in Space and Time.

Except Zoe knows they're wrong.

Aren't they?

But if that's the case, why is there proof that Zoe was in Uzbekistan in 1919.

Can the memory cheat?

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References Edit

  • The Bolsheviks have recently seized power in Uzbekistan.
  • Richard Lansing, a bureaucrat from the British Foreign Office, was born in Romsey in 1876 and was injured in the Second Boer War. His wife was named Elizabeth.
  • The Doctor poses as a Soviet official sent from Moscow to investigate the disappearance of several Uzbek children.
  • Jamie plays football for the first time in his life, with several Uzbek children.

Notes Edit

  • This story's title is a quote commonly attributed to John Nathan-Turner, who was describing what he saw as fans' tendency to improve memories of older Doctor Who episodes which they hadn't rewatched for some time or which had been lost.
  • This audio drama was recorded on 13 October 2010.

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