Omega (audio drama)
|Big Finish Productions audio drama|
|Written by||Nev Fountain|
|Directed by||Gary Russell|
|Produced by||Gary Russell
|Executive producer(s)||Jacqueline Rayner|
|Length||2 hrs 21 mins|
|Release date||August 2003|
Jolly Chronolidays is offering sight-seeing tours of the "Sector of Forgotten Souls", the place where in ancient times the Time Lord Omega detonated a star that enabled the Time Lords the power to travel through time, and was lost. When the Fifth Doctor arrives, he discovers that Omega might not be as lost as was thought.
- The Doctor — Peter Davison
- Omega — Ian Collier
- Professor Ertikus — Patrick Duggan
- Glinda — Anita Elias
- Maven — Faith Kent
- Daland — Hugo Myatt
- Sentia — Caroline Munro
- Zagreus — Jim Sangster
- Tarpov — Conrad Westmaas
- This story is part of a trilogy with Davros and Master to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Doctor Who.
- Also, this story directly follows, and acts as a sequel to the TV story Arc of Infinity, where Omega takes the Doctor's form.
- Tegan and Nyssa are not in this story. In The Elite it is revealed that they are staying at the hostel in Amsterdam, seen in Arc of Infinity.
- Omega first appeared in The Three Doctors.
- The hologram foreshadows Zagreus.
- Lurmans were seen in Carnival of Monsters.
- The elephants' graveyard for TARDISes that is mentioned here is finally seen at the end of The Axis of Insanity.
- Conrad Westmaas would later play C'rizz, a companion of the eighth Doctor.