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Bad Wolf

First UK Transmission Date (BBC1)Scheduled TXViewers
11th June 200519:006.2m (p)

Cast: John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness), Jo Joyner (Lynda Moss), Anne Robinson (Voice of Anne Droid), Davina McCall (Voice of Davinadroid), Trinny Woodall (Voice of Trine-E), Susannah Constantine (Voice of Zu-Zana), Paterson Joseph (Rodrick), Jamie Bradley (Strood), Abi Eniola (Crosbie), Jenna Russell (Floor Manager), Jo Stone-Fewings (Male Programmer), Nisha Nayar (Female Programmer), Martha Cope (Controller), Sam Callis (Security Guard), Sebastian Armesto (Broff), Kate Loustau (Colleen), Dominic Burgess (Agorax), Karren Winchester (Fitch), Alan Ruscoe, Paul Kasey (Androids), Barnaby Edwards, Nicholas Pegg, David Hankinson (Dalek Operators), Nicholas Briggs (Dalek Voice)

Writer: Russell T Davies, Director: Joe Ahearne

Synopsis: The Doctor, Rose and Captain Jack have to fight for their lives on board the Game Station, but a more dangerous threat is lurking just out of sight. The Doctor realises that the entire human race has been blinded to the threat on its doorstep, and Armageddon is fast approaching.

Classic Series Influences and References:

  • The Face of Bo is from the Isop Galaxy, which is where the Planet Vortis is situated according to The Web Planet
  • Setting two stories on the same space station a significant time-period appart strongly echoes The Ark in Space and Revenge of the Cybermen.
  • The Doctor says his previous adventure on the space station allowed him to be "home in time for tea", which is a line taken from Dragonfire, a story which had many similarities to The Long Game.
  • The Dalek ships seen at the climax of the story are the same basic design as those shown originally in the Dalek Chronicles comic strips (image link), and as part of the new CGI special effects created for the DVD release of The Dalek Invasion of Earth.
  • The Lunar Penal Colony is mentioned, seen previously in Frontier in Space.
  • The reveal of the Daleks is identical to their original appearance, whereby a female companion is alone in a desserted Dalek area, then seen only through a Dalek point-of-view shot.

Untelevised Adventures

  • Planet Raxacoricofallapatorious (9th Doctor, Rose, Jack)
    The Slitheen from Boom Town who has been regressed to an egg is returned to a hatchery
  • Kyoto, Japan 1336 (9th Doctor, Rose, Jack)
    In an adventure directly following the visit to Raxacoricofallapatorious and directly preceeding Bad Wolf, the time-travellers barely escaped with their lives.

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Nothing much needs saying about the episodes themselves but commentaries on certain episodes are almost worth the price alone. The commentaries of Rose, The Unquiet Dead and Dalek are of particular note and the video diaries of certain members of the team are very interesting and fun. The TARDIS container is a nice package and overall, believe me this set of DVDs is well worth the asking price, or probably more!


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