Scream of the Shalka

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PRODUCTION INFO

Name

Scream of the Shalka

Serial Code

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First Transmitted

13 November 2003

Final Ratings

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DVD RELEASE

DVD

BOOK RELEASE

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CAST

Richard E Grant (The Doctor), Sophie Okonedo (Alison Cheney),  Conor Moloney (Dawson / Max), Craig Kelly Joe, Anna Calder-Marshall (Mathilda Pierce), Derek Jacobi (The Master),  Diana Quick (Shalka Prime), Jim Norton (Major Kennet), David Tennant (the Caretaker)

CREW

Written by Paul Cornell
Directed by Wilson Milam
Produced by Muirinn Lane Kelly

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It’s not only cats that have nine lives. Doctor Who is back! As the cult series prepares to celebrate its 40th birthday, Richard E Grant, star of films such as Withnail And I, Jack And Sarah and Bram Stoker’s Dracula, steps out of the TARDIS as the ninth incarnation of the Doctor– only on BBCi.

The new, animated Doctor Who series, Scream of the Shalka, premieres on BBCi on Thursday 13th November.Grant, who is joined by an all-star cast including Sir Derek Jacobi, Sophie Okonedo and Diana Quick, describes his interpretation of the much-loved Time Lord as ‘something of a Sherlock Holmes in space’. The six-part drama, animated by Cosgrove Hall and posted on BBCi at lunchtime on Thursdays, follows hot on the heels of the success of previous BBCi web dramas, including Shada, a lost Doctor Who script written by the late Douglas Adams, and the Prix Europa-nominated Ghosts of Albedition, starring Leslie Phillips, written by Amber Benson (who plays Tara in Buffy The Vampire Slayer).

Scream of the Shalka has been scripted by established writer Paul Cornell, who has worked on series including BBC One’s Casualty and has written a number of science fiction novels.

NOTES

  • An android version of The Master is in The Doctor’s TARDIS.
  • The Doctor uses his sonic screwdriver to turn his mobile phone into a door into the TARDIS.
  • The Doctor is thrown towards a black hole.
  • It appears The Doctor is working for the Time Lords.

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