The Resurrection of Mars
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|The Resurrection of Mars|
|Big Finish Productions audio drama|
|Range||Eighth Doctor Adventures|
|Executive producer||Nicholas Briggs|
|Release date||November 2010|
This the last part of a two-part story, the first part being Deimos.
The Ice Warriors on Deimos 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.
- The Doctor - Paul McGann
- Tamsin Drew - Niky Wardley
- Lucie Miller - Sheridan Smith
- The Monk - Graeme Garden
- Margaret - Susan Brown
- Temperance Finch - Tracy-Ann Oberman
- Harold - Nick Wilton
- The Ice Warriors - Nicholas Briggs
- The Ice Warriors - Nicky Henson
- Pilot - Jack Brown
- Lucie stopped traveling with the Doctor in Death in Blackpool. The Monk's advertisement that she respond to was predominantly featured in Situation Vacant. Between Death in Blackpool and The Resurrection of Mars, the only story Lucie was heard in was The Book of Kells, but she did not directly encounter the Doctor.
- Lucie mentions that she visited the Sensorites with The Monk.
- The Monk's TARDIS console was damaged after the Tamsin tricked him into taking the wrong directional circuit in The Book of Kells.
- The Monk's SEP filter is a reference to Douglas Adams' novel Life, the Universe and Everything, which featured a space ship equipped with a Somebody Else's Problem field. It is similar to the Perception filter, which is often mentioned in the newer Doctor Who television stories.
- Tamsin and the Monk return in Lucie Miller / To the Death.
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.
- "Doctor Who on BBC Radio 4 Extra". BBC. Retrieved May 2013.
- "BBC Radio 4 Extra- Doctor Who, The Resurrection of Mars". BBC. Retrieved May 2013.
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