The Emerald Tiger
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|The Emerald Tiger|
|Big Finish Productions audio drama|
|Featuring||Fifth Doctor |
|Written by||Barnaby Edwards|
|Directed by||Barnaby Edwards|
|Executive producer(s)||Nicholas Briggs|
|Release date||April 2012|
- The Doctor – Peter Davison
- Tegan Jovanka – Janet Fielding
- Nyssa – Sarah Sutton
- Vislor Turlough – Mark Strickson
- Lady Adela Forster – Cherie Lunghi
- Professor Narayan – Sam Dastor
- Shardul Khan – Vincent Ebrahim
- Major Haggard – Neil Stacy
- Dawon – Vineeta Rishi
- Djahn / Lord Edgar Forster – Gwilym Lee
- Colonel Burroughs / Kimball – Trevor Cooper
- Vineeta Rishi was in the 2007 Doctor Who television episode, Smith and Jones.
- Trevor Cooper was in the 1985 Doctor Who television story, Revelation of the Daleks.
- Tegan calls Djahn the "Flying Vet" which is an in-joke about Davison. "The Flying Vet", is a book by James Herriot, who wrote All Creatures Great and Small in which Davison starred before he became the Doctor in the 1980s. Some unfair press called him the Wet Vet when he played the Doctor.
- Nicholas Briggs' young son, Benedict, provides the voice of the infant at the start of this story.
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