Heroes of Sontar
|Heroes of Sontar|
|Big Finish Productions audio drama|
|Written by||Alan Barnes|
|Directed by||Ken Bentley|
|Executive producer(s)||Nicholas Briggs
|Release date||April 2011|
The Doctor takes his friends to the peaceful citadel planet, Samur. But they find it deserted. Suddenly, seven Sontarans arrive on a mission so secret, even they don't know it.
- The Doctor - Peter Davison
- Tegan Jovanka - Janet Fielding
- Nyssa - Sarah Sutton
- Vislor Turlough - Mark Strickson
- Fleet Marshal Stabb/Trooper Jorr/Witch Guard - John Banks
- Field-Major Thurr/Adjutant/Orbital Command - Duncan Wisbey
- Sergeant Mezz/Trooper Nold - Alex Lowe
- Corporal Clun - Andrew Fettes
- Trooper Vend - Derek Carlyle
Writer Alan Barnes based the Sontaran characters on the characters from the sitcom Dad's Army, and derived the characters' names from the names of the sitcom's actors: Field-Major Thurr from Arthur Lowe, Sergeant Mezz from John le Mesurier, Corporal Clunn from Clive Dunn, Pilot Bekk from James Beck, Trooper Vend from Ian Lavender, Trooper Jorr from John Laurie and Trooper Nold from Arnold Ridley. The story's dialogue deliberately includes catchphrases from Dad's Army such as "You stupid boy!"
- This is Big Finish's first use of the Sontarans.
- Nyssa encountered a Rutan in Castle of Fear.
- Nyssa mentions an important moment in the Doctor's future that she can't let him find out anything about. This is a reference to his regeneration, from her perspective, in Circular Time: Winter.
- Although Tegan met the Sontarans in the Jim'll Fix It segment, A Fix with Sontarans, it is not generally considered canonical.
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