The Wreck of the Titan (audio drama)
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|Wreck of the Titan|
|Big Finish Productions audio drama|
|Written by||Barnaby Edwards|
|Directed by||Barnaby Edwards|
|Executive producer(s)||Nicholas Briggs
|Release date||May 2010|
- The Doctor - Colin Baker
- Jamie McCrimmon - Frazer Hines
- Captain - Alexander Siddig
- Professor - Christopher Fairbank
- Tess/Myra - Miranda Raison
- Teddy/John - Matt Addis
- The Sixth Doctor and Jamie were reunited in City of Spires and their story continued in the Companion Chronicles story Night's Black Agents. Wreck of the Titan then leads directly into Legend of the Cybermen, which concludes this story arc.
- In The Invasion of Time, the Fourth Doctor said he had nothing to do with the Titanic. But by the time of "The End of the World", the Ninth Doctor implies that he was on board at some point in his past. The TARDIS briefly visited the Titanic in the Seventh Doctor novel The Left-Handed Hummingbird.
- The Mary Celeste is also referenced. The First Doctor and the Daleks visited the Mary Celeste in The Chase.
- The black water was also being collected in City of Spires. Its importance is explained in Legend of the Cybermen.
- The Second Doctor, Jamie and Zoe were trapped in the Land of Fiction in the 1968 TV story The Mind Robber.
- The Doctor references a squid on Delta Magna, which is from the televised story The Power of Kroll.
- Miranda Raison was in the 2007 Doctor Who TV story "Daleks in Manhattan"/"Evolution of the Daleks". She later took the role of Constance Clarke, a travelling companion of the Sixth Doctor.
- Alexander Siddig was in the 2008 Doctor Who audio story Sisters of the Flame/Vengeance of Morbius.
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