Anthony Ainley (The Master), Kate O’Mara (The Rani), Terence Alexander (Lord Ravensworth), Peter Childs (Jack Ward), Gary Cady (Luke Ward), Richard Steele (Guard), William Ilkley (Tim Bass), Hus Levent (Edwin Green) , Kevin White (Sam Rudge) , Martyn Whitby (Drayman) , Sarah James (Young Woman) , Cordelia Ditton (Older Woman) , Gawn Grainger (George Stephenson) .
|Written by||Pip and Jane Baker|
|Directed by||Sarah Hellings|
|Produced by||John Nathan Turner|
The Mark of the Rani sees The Doctor pitted against not one, but two evil Time Lords – his old enemy The Master (played with great relish by Anthony Ainley) and the glamorous yet deadly Rani (Kate O’Mara). When The Doctor and Peri arrive in North East England in the early 19th Century, they discover groups of violent men rampaging around the countryside, smashing up machinery. What’s causing this strange behaviour? And does it have anything to do with the presence of famous inventor George Stephenson?