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The Red Lady (audio story)

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Doctor: Eighth Doctor
Companion(s): Liv Chenka
Main enemy: The Red Lady
Main setting: London, 1963
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: John Dorney
Director: Ken Bentley
Music: Wilfredo Acosta
Sound: Wilfredo Acosta
Cover by: Tom Webster
Release details
Release number: 1.2
Part of: Doom Coalition 1
Release date: 12 October 2015
Format: 1 X 1 hour
ISBN 978-1-78178-306-1
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The Red Lady was the second audio story in the anthology Doom Coalition 1. It starred Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor, Nicola Walker as Liv Chenka and introduced Hattie Morahan as new companion Helen Sinclair.

Publisher's summary Edit

An anomaly in time brings the Doctor and Liv to London in the 1960s, where they meet a young lady named Helen Sinclair — desperately trying to make a name for herself in the face of sexism and prejudice.

Whilst the Doctor tried to uncover the secrets of a mysterious artefact, a far deadlier mystery awaits Liv and Helen in the collection of a recently deceased antiquarian.

Because that's where they find the Red Lady. Because if you do, you might not like what you see.

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  • This story was recorded at The Moat Studios.
  • The story won the 2016 Scribe Award for the best tie-in fiction in the category "Audio".[1]
  • In the behind the scenes extras, producer David Richardson cites Verity Lambert as a source of inspiration for the character of Helen Sinclair, something acknowledged in the setting of the story being 1963.

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