Dalek Empire The Healers
David Tennant (Galanar), William Gaunt (Selestru), Ishia Bennison (Frey Saxton), Steven Elder (Siy Tarkov), Sarah Mowat (Susan Mendes), Laura Rees (Kaymee), Claudia Elmhirst (Amur), Octavia Walters (Japrice), Peter Forbes (Culver), Oliver Hume (Carneill), Dot Smith (Mivas), Greg Donaldson (Telligan), Karen Henson (Saloran), Dannie Carr (Morli), Jeremy James (Sergic/Snubby), Sean Jackson (Seth), Ian Brooker (Mietok), Jane Goddard (Roozell), Philip Wolff (Chauley), Colin McIntyre(Jake), Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks)
Siy Tarkov must convince a doubting Galactic Union that a Dalek invasion is imminent.
Agent Galanar is on a covert mission to find definitive proof of the menace of the Daleks. But the Border Worlds are being ravaged by a deadly plague infection. An infection the Daleks are offering to cure.
Meanwhile, the Graxis Wardens’ ecological paradise is about to be torn apart…
“Allow me to introduce to you representatives of the Dalek Empire…”.
- The Healers was the second instalment of Dalek Empire III,
- The Border World Confederation has determined that, if the NFS plague continues to spread at its current rate, all life in the Border Worlds will be wiped out within a century.
- Sergic was born on Graxis Major and spent his entire life on the planet. His parents and grandparents served as Wardens before him.
- There are sixty Wardens on Graxis Major. They outnumber the Daleks ten to one.
- Kaymee copied the reasons for wanting to become a Graxis Warden from her grandmother’s application word for word.
- Dot Smith (Mivas) previously played General Mariah Learman in The Time of the Daleks.
- David Sax (Crewman Antani) is a pseudonym of Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks).
- Sean Jackson (Seth Arnod) previously played George Crow in The Marian Conspiracy.