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|Big Finish Productions audio play|
|Range||Eighth Doctor Adventures|
|Producer(s)||Jamie Robertson - Music & Sfx|
|Executive producer(s)||Nicholas Briggs|
|Set between||The Resurrection of Mars and Prisoner of the Sun|
|Release date||December 2010|
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The Doctor invites his granddaughter and recently discovered great-grandson to have Christmas dinner in the TARDIS.
- The Doctor - Paul McGann
- Lucie Miller - Sheridan Smith
- Susan Foreman - Carole Ann Ford
- Alex Campbell - Jake McGann
- The Christmas that the Doctor feels he needs to make up for occurred in Death in Blackpool.
- The Doctor's great-grandson, Alex, was introduced in An Earthly Child. He is played by Paul McGann's son.
- For Susan and Alex, six months have passed since An Earthly Child.
- This is one of the few stories, in audio or television, to take place almost entirely within the TARDIS.
- The chiropteran creatures flying around inside the TARDIS were seen in the 1996 TV movie.
- Susan obtained the fish in Quinnis, also released in December 2010 and also written by Marc Platt.
- Lucie, Susan and Alex subsequently return in Lucie Miller.
- This story should not be confused with the Seventh Doctor novel Relative Dementias.
- Jamie Robertson, has composed a unique choral score which is heard throughout. It includes the song Christmas Time, performed by the Poringland Singers, written by Jamie Robertson and Ian Elliot
- At the end of the story the Doctor breaks the fourth wall to wish listeners a happy Christmas. This is a homage to the 1965 episode The Feast of Steven, in which William Hartnell's Doctor similarly addresses the audience.
- "Doctor Who - Eighth Doctor Adventures - 4.07. Relative Dimensions". Big Finish. Retrieved May 2013.
- "Doctor Who on BBC Radio 4 Extra". BBC. Retrieved May 2013.
- "BBC Radio 4 Extra- Doctor Who, Relative Dimensions". BBC. Retrieved May 2013.
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