Season 1

Season 1

Starring the lovely Rowena Dinsmore as the Time Lady Doctor. First broadcast from 18 Sept 2016. Cinematic versions have been re-edited and have been progressively uploaded to Soundcloud for 2017. On air broadcast of the replays on City Park Radio begin Sunday March 12th 2017 10.30 am, and repeat on the following Thursday at 6.30 pm. There are new episode weekly.

Theme Music courtesy of  Jack Willett (intro) and Elvis Smith (outro), Incidental music – Space Intro by The Steve Miller Band
 Soundtrack   featuring free music by various artists on Soundcloud

 

Episodes 1-4       The Doctor, Citizen of Gallifrey – written by Adam Brooks

Synopsis: Depicts the early years of the Doctor. How & why the Doctor stole the time machine (aka the Questr) from Gallifrey and ran away to explore the universe

Cast: The Doctor and Narrator – Rowena Dinsmore, Best Friend – Adam Brooks, Students/soldiers/rebels – Brooke Malloy, Royce Gale, Carolyn Rutter, Teacher – John Brooks

Edited by: Adam Brooks, Carolyn Rutter and Trevor Sneath

Audio, show notes and Artwork from Episode 1 click here

Audio Episode 2

 

Audio, show notes and artwork  Episode 3 click here 

Audio, show notes and artwork Episode 4 click here


Episodes 5-6       The Doctor and the Planet of Origin – written by Amy de WitTimeMachine disguised as a vintage 1950's photobooth

Synopsis: the Doctor has a stowaway who has hit several of the co-ordinate buttons of the Questr’s controls sending them to a strange planet that existed before the universe began

Show notes and audio Episode 5


Episodes 7-8      The Doctor and the Vortex of the Nix – written by Carmell Butter

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Episode 7 – that Andorrean wetsuit

Synopsis: in the electrifying season finish, having managed to escape the pre-universe, the Questr crash-lands into a world of water full of amphibious aliens

Show notes and audio Episode 7      Episode 8

please note: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner.

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