Paul McGann (the Doctor), India Fisher (Charley), Conrad Westmaas (C’Rizz), Stephen Perring (The Kro’Ka), Christian Rodska (Laan Carder), Tessa Shaw (The Bordinan), Jenny Coverack (Miraculite), Ifan Huw Dafydd (Bishop Parrash), Helen Kirkpatrick (Jebdal), Neil Bett (Director Garfolt), Chris Walter-Evans (The Bordinan’s Assistant), John Dorney (Bakoan), Jane Hills (L’Da)
When the Doctor, Charley and C’rizz find their journey through the Interzone interrupted by a nightmarish vision, they are surprised to find the Kro’ka offering the perfect solution.
The Multihaven, a vast array of religions and faiths housed in one harmonious community, appears to offer the perfect sanctuary in which to convalesce. But under the guidance of the charismatic Laan Carder, one religion seems to be gathering disciples at an alarming rate.
With the Doctor and Charley catching glimpses of an old friend and C’rizz on the receiving end of some unorthodox religious practices, their belief, hope and faith are about to be tested to the limit.
- Faith Stealer was the sixty-first monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions
- The Doctor’s worst nightmare is the TARDIS being shattered into a million shards.
- The Doctor and Charley discuss how they actually know very little of C’rizz, which they attribute to the fact that he seldom talks about himself.
- The Doctor uses Venusian aikido on C’rizz and admits that he is out of practice as he injures his hand in the process. (Inferno) He first learned it on a trip to Venus during his second incarnation in the company of Jamie McCrimmon and Zoe Heriot.
- The Doctor tells the Bordinan that he has met many beings who claimed to be or were worshiped as gods, giving him a tendency to be a “shade blasé” about supposed deities. (The Dæmons, The Time Monster, Pyramids of Mars, The Face of Evil, The Stones of Blood, Ghost Light)
- The phantom TARDIS assumes the form of a sedan chair (An Unearthly Child) and a pipe organ (Attack of the Cybermen).