Caerdroia

Caerdroia

Cast

Paul McGann (the Doctor),¬†India Fisher (Charley), Conrad Westmaas (C’Rizz), Stephen Perring (The Kro’Ka), Don Warrington (Rassilon)

Sypnosis

Self-exiled to a new universe, separated from his TARDIS, opposed and manipulated by the Divergence and their agent the Kro’ka, the Doctor has been struggling to work out the nature of the cosmic game in which he’s an unwilling pawn. Now, at last, he has a chance to find the answer ¬≠ and regain the TARDIS!

Threatened and desperate, the Kro’ka abandons his behind-the-scenes machinations to confront the Doctor directly. But will both of them lose their way in the maze of the strange world in which they find themselves? A world in which a clock may have a cuckoo but no hands, a labyrinth imprisoning a paradox, and a Garden of Curiosities reveals something the Doctor has never seen before.

As the Doctor faces these challenges, Charley and C’rizz provide valuable help. But with the TARDIS itself at stake, the Doctor reaches deep inside himself to find some surprising new allies…

Review

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Notes

  • Caerdroia was the sixty-third monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions.
  • The Doctor finally understands the meaning of the saying “safe as houses”. After being split into three bodies, one of the Doctors explains that the expression originated in a 19th century recession in which the only financial security was in real estate.
  • The Kro’ka tells the Doctor that the TARDIS still exists but is no longer on Bortresoye.
  • The “Tigger” Doctor compares the Obelat to the Minotaur. During his second incarnation, the Doctor, Jamie McCrimmon and Zoe Heriot encountered the Minotaur in the
  • Land of Fiction. (The Mind Robber)
  • The Doctor and Charley never previously told C’rizz that the TARDIS is dimensionally transcendental.

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