Deimos and The Resurrection of Mars

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Deimos
Big Finish Productions audio drama
Series Doctor Who
Range Eighth Doctor Adventures
Release number 4.05
Featuring Eighth Doctor
Tamsin Drew
Writer Jonathan Morris
Director Barnaby Edwards
Executive producer Nicholas Briggs
Production code BFPDWCDMG029
Release date October 2010
The Resurrection of Mars
Big Finish Productions audio drama
Series Doctor Who
Range Eighth Doctor Adventures
Release number 4.06
Featuring Eighth Doctor
Tamsin Drew
Lucie Miller
Writer Jonathan Morris
Director Barnaby Edwards
Executive producer Nicholas Briggs
Production code BFPDWCDMG030
Release date November 2010

Deimos and The Resurrection of Mars consistute a two-part audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. The audio drama was produced by Big Finish Productions.

Plot[edit]

Deimos[edit]

On the Martian moon Deimos, the Ice Warriors sealed themselves away while their planet was rendered inhospitable. By the 23rd Century, they were believed to be extinct and Mars and its moons became popular tourist destinations for humans. But now the Ice Warriors are awake. And they want Mars back.

The Resurrection of Mars[edit]

The Ice Warriors are willing to kill every human colony on Mars in order to reclaim it. And someone is threatening to disrupt the Web of Time for what they believe to be the greater good. The Doctor has to make a difficult choice. And his companion does not agree with him.

Cast[edit]

Continuity[edit]

Deimos[edit]

  • The Eighth Doctor visited Mars' other moon in Phobos.
  • The Doctor mentions witnessing the environmental destruction of Mars (The Judgement of Isskar).
  • The humans believe the last of the Ice Warriors burned up in the Sun (The Seeds of Death).

The Resurrection of Mars[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

Deimos was broadcast on digital radio station BBC Radio 4 Extra on 11 Jan 2013;[1][2] The Resurrection of Mars was similarly broadcast three days later.[3][4] Each was an hour-long episode.

The Resurrection of Mars cover image[edit]

The preview cover image differs from the cover included with the physical disc; the true cover reduces the size of the Ice Warrior image to focus on Lucie and the Monk, and it does give cover credit to their portrayers, Smith and Garden.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Doctor Who on BBC Radio 4 Extra". bbc. Retrieved May 2013.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  2. ^ "BBC Radio 4 Extra- Doctor Who, Deimos". BBC. Retrieved May 2013.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. ^ "Doctor Who on BBC Radio 4 Extra". BBC. Retrieved May 2013.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  4. ^ "BBC Radio 4 Extra- Doctor Who, The Resurrection of Mars". BBC. Retrieved May 2013.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)

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