The One Doctor
Colin Baker (The Doctor), Bonnie Langford (Mel), Christopher Biggins (Banto Zame), Clare Buckfield (Sally-Anne Stubbins), Matt Lucas (Cylinder / The Jelloid), Stephen Fewell (Councillor Potikol / Assembler 2), Nicholas Pegg (Citizen Sokkery / Mentos), Jane Goddard (The Questeditioner / Queen Elizabeth), Adam Buxton (Assembler 1), Mark Wright (Guard), Alistair Lock (Guard)
When the evil Skelloids launch an attack upon the seventeen worlds of the Generios system, its peace-loving inhabitants face total destruction.
So it’s fortunate that the famous traveller in time and space known only as The Doctor is in the area, and doubly lucky that, with the help of his pretty young assistant, Sally-Anne, he manages to defeat The deadly creatures and save the day.
But now it looks as though The Doctor’s luck has run out.
Who is the mysterious, curly-haired stranger who insists on causing trouble? What role does the feisty redhead Melanie play in his scheme? And what have They to do with the sinister alien cylinder approaching Generios?
One thing is certain: for The Doctor and Sally-Anne, there’s deadly danger ahead
- The One Doctor was the twenty-seventh monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions.
- Spraxis Jelloids are large, single-celled organisms.
- The Sinister Sponges worship the Loofah of Life.
- A Spaag of Vishtek 3 ate Sally-Anne’s Aunty Sue.
- Mel mentions the fact that she has “the memory of an elephant” is a running gag between herself and The Doctor. (Terror of the Vervoids, Time and the Rani)
- The third episode features the alternative Delaware version of the Doctor Who theme tune, a nod to the overseas print of Carnival of Monsters.