The Fourth Doctor Boxset

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The Fourth Doctor Boxset
Big Finish Productions audio play
Series Doctor Who: The Lost Stories
Featuring Fourth Doctor
Leela
Writer

The Foe from the Future by
Robert Banks Stewart
(adapted by John Dorney)

The Valley of Death by
Philip Hinchcliffe
(adapted by Jonathan Morris)
Director

Ken Bentley

John Ainsworth
Executive producer(s) Nicholas Briggs
Jason Haigh-Ellery
Set between

The Foe from the Future between The Robots of Death and The Talons of Weng Chiang

The Valley of Death between Horror of Fang Rock and The Invisible Enemy
Release date January 2012

The Fourth Doctor Boxset is a collection of two audio dramas by Big Finish Productions based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.

The Foe from the Future[edit]

by Robert Banks Stewart (adapted by John Dorney)

Plot[edit]

The TARDIS arrives in Devon, in the year 1977. But history is unravelling. At the centre of it is a seemingly haunted manor owned by a mysterious man named Jalnik.

Cast[edit]

The Valley of Death[edit]

by Philip Hinchcliffe (adapted by Jonathan Morris)

Plot[edit]

In 1870, Professor Cornelius Perkins mounted an expedition to the Amazon rainforest and was never heard from again. A century later, his Great-Grandson flies to South America looking for answers. Joining him is the Doctor, on a mission from UNIT, investigating rumours of a crashed UFO.

Cast[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • Some elements of The Foe from the Future influenced Robert Holmes' The Talons of Weng-Chiang.[1]
  • The Valley of Death also went by the titles The Lost Valley and Valley Of The Lost.
  • Robert Banks Stewart wrote the Fourth Doctor television stories Terror of the Zygons and The Seeds of Doom.
  • Philip Hinchcliffe was the producer for Doctor Who from 1974-1977. Later on, he also novelized several stories.
  • The Foe from the Future Episode One was available free with the January 2012 issue of Doctor Who Magazine, until March 31, 2012[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Doctor Who Classic Episode Guide - The Talons of Weng Chiang - Index". BBC. Retrieved 2011-10-18. 
  2. ^ "Big Finish". Retrieved 07/02/2012. 

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