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The Sands of Life (audio story)

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The Sands of Life
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Doctor: Fourth Doctor
Companion(s): Romana, K9
Main enemy:
Main setting: The Sahara Desert, Africa
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Nicholas Briggs
Director: Nicholas Briggs
Music: Nicholas Briggs
Sound: Martin Montague
Cover by: Alex Mallinson
Release details
Release number: 2.02
Release date: 11 February 2013
Format: 1 CD, 3 Parts
ISBN 978-1-78178-055-8
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The Sands of Life
The Sands of Life

The Sands of Life was the second story in the second series of Fourth Doctor Adventures. This story was told across two separate releases this and the following War Against the Laan. This was the first audio story to feature the line up of the Tom Baker, Mary Tamm and John Leeson, playing the Fourth Doctor, Romana I and K9 Mark II, respectively.

Publisher's summary Edit

Sheridan Moorkurk has just been elected president of Earth... but the harsh realities of who really runs the planet are just beginning to dawn on her. And what's more, she's starting to hear voices.

Meanwhile, the Doctor and Romana encounter a mass of aliens heading to Earth... Aliens who have already made the mistake of upsetting the infamous Cuthbert, all-powerful CEO of The Conglomerate, by destroying one of his space platforms.

Will the Doctor and Romana be able to avert inter-species war that will destroy all life on Earth?

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Notes Edit

  • Unusually this story is in three parts, very few of Big Finish Productions' stories are told across three parts.
  • This audio drama was recorded on 9 June 2011 at Audio Sorcery, The Moat Studios.

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