Prisoners of Fate
Prisoners of Fate
Peter Davison (Fifth Doctor), Janet Fielding (Tegan Jovanka), Mark Strickson (Vislor Turlough), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Sarah Dougles (Sibor), Alistair Mackenzie (Galen), Anjella Mackintosh (Mahandra), Jez Fielder (Kartis)
Twenty-five years ago, with Richter’s Syndrome running rampant throughout the galaxy, the brilliant biochemist Nyssa, formerly of Traken, bade a painful farewell to her young family… and set off into the space, in search of a cure for this deadly disease. She never returned. Now, her grown-up son continues her work on the penal colony of Valderon, still desperate to make the breakthrough that eluded his presumed-dead mother. So when the TARDIS lands on Valderon, bringing The Doctor, Tegan, Turlough and Nyssa to its fortress prison, the scene is set for a painful reunedition… but not only for Nyssa. The Doctor’s past is about to catch up with him too…
- Prisoners of Fate was the third story in the 2013 the Fifth Doctor audio trilogy.
- Adric mentions his mother having talked to him about Omega (Arc of Infinity), Cybermen and his namesake (Earthshock)
- Adric mentions his mother meeting Turlough on Earth, at Brendon Public School, with a Brigadier, and a creature called Mawdryn. (Mawdryn Undead)
- Turlough refers to Purity (The Whispering Forest), Vektris (Kiss of Death) and the Sontarans. (Heroes of Sontar)
- When The Doctor is discussing time-sensitive races who could possibly see into the future, he refers to the Tharils (Warriors’ Gate), the Jagaroth (City of Death), the Xeraphin (Time-Flight) and the Time Lords (The Deadly Assassin).
- Nyssa tells The Doctor that she met him at a later point in his personal timeline while he was regenerating into his sixth incarnation