Terror of the Sontarans
Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Bonnie Langford (Melanie Bush), Daniel O’Meara (Ketch), Jon Edgley Bond (Anvil Jackson/Technician Gyte), Andree Bernard (Tethneka/Carter/Thing #1 and #2), Dan Starkey (Field-Major Kayste/Skegg/Stodd), John Banks (Adjutant Commander Klath/Stettimer), John Dorney (Glarr). Other parts played by the cast.
Once it was a mining facility. Then later its corridors rang with screams generated by grotesque military experiments. However when The Doctor and Mel arrive on a hostile alien world after detecting a distress signal, the base they find themselves in is almost deserted.
But not for long. Soon The Doctor’s old enemies, the Sontarans, have landed, and are searching for the remnants of their previous research team. Before long they uncover evidence of strange occurrences on the planet. Of madness and death.
They are warriors bred for war, strong of spirit and unafraid of death. To fear the enemy is an act of betrayal. Nothing holds terror for the Sontarans.
Written By: John Dorney and Dan Starkey
Directed By: Ken Bentley
Produced By: David Richardson
|Written By:||John Dorney and Dan Starkey|
|Sound Design:||Andy Hardwick|
|Cover Art:||Tom Webster|
|Number of Discs:||2|
|Physical Retail ISBN:||978-1-78178-545-4|
- The base on the planet is owned by IMC, a company with whom The Doctor notes he has an unpleasant history. (Colony in Space)
- The Doctor finds traces of trisilicate. (The Monster of Peladon)
- The Seventh Doctor would encounter the Sontarans on three subsequent occasions. (Shakedown, Pureblood, Starlight Robbery)
- The Doctor says that he has been imprisoned in a cell many times before. (The Time Meddler, Frontier in Space)
- The Doctor refers to the fact that the Rutan-Sontaran War has lasted for over 50,000 years. (The Poison Sky)