The Angel of Scutari
Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Philip Olivier (Hex), Hugh Bonneville (Sir Sidney Herbert/Tzar Nicholas I), Jeany Spark (Florence Nightingale), John Paul Connolly (William Russell/Russian DungeonGuard), Alex Lowe (Brigadier-General Bartholomew ‘Barty’ Kitchen), Sean Brosnan (Sir Hamilton Seymour), John Albasiny (Lev Tolstoy/Preston)
October 1854: As the British Army charges into catastrophe in the Crimea, the Minister for War sends Miss Florence Nightingale to take charge of the field hospital at Scutari.
But there’s already an angel of mercy working with the wounded at Scutari. A first-rate fellow who’s turned up out of the blue. Goes by the name of Schofield; Thomas Hector Schofield.
With The Doctor and Ace lost in the siege of Sebastopol, Hex has rediscovered his calling. But there’s cannon to the left of him, cannon to the right of him – and a deranged spycatcher-in-chief on his case.
- The Angel of Scutari was the one hundred and twenty-second monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions.
- Hex is still reeling from the events that he witnessed on Bliss with the Daleks.
- Cannon fire activates the TARDIS’ Hostile Action Displacement System.
- The Doctor has a portable nuclear generator in the TARDIS, which is extremely difficult for one person to move.
- Ace has previously encountered the Killorans.
- After Hex is shot, The Doctor sets the TARDIS for St Gart’s Brookside Hospital.
- The cubby hole above the “P” where the spare key to the TARDIS is located was first shown to exist in The TV Movie.
- The Doctor mentions that he witnessed the Charge of the Light Brigade in October 1854. (The Evil of the Daleks)
- Ace previously rode a horse on Cheetah World. (Survival)