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{{Infobox Story
|main character=[[Natasha Alexander (Auton Trilogy)|Natasha Alexander]]<br />[[Sally Arnold]]<br />[[Lockwood]]
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|image=Auton33.jpg
|featuring=[[UNIT]]
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|main character= [[Lockwood]], [[Sally Arnold]], [[Natasha Alexander]]
|enemy=[[Auton]]s
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|featuring= Sergeant [[James Ramsay|Ramsay]], [[Ross Palmer]], [[Graham Winslet]]
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|enemy=[[Nestene Consciousness]], [[Auton]]s
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|setting= [[Earth]], [[1998]]
 
|writer=[[Arthur Wallis]] (a pen-name of [[Nicholas Briggs]]), with additional material by [[Paul Ebbs]]
 
|writer=[[Arthur Wallis]] (a pen-name of [[Nicholas Briggs]]), with additional material by [[Paul Ebbs]]
 
|director=[[Bill Baggs]] and [[Patricia Merrick]]
 
|director=[[Bill Baggs]] and [[Patricia Merrick]]
 
|producer=[[Bill Baggs]]
 
|producer=[[Bill Baggs]]
|publisher=[[BBV Productions]]
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|publisher=BBV Productions
|release date=[[1999]]
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|release date=[[1 June (releases)|1 June]] [[1999 (releases)|1999]]
 
|format=57 minute, VHS
 
|format=57 minute, VHS
|previous release=[[Auton 2: Sentinel]]
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|series= ''Auton'' Trilogy
|next release=
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|prev=Auton 2: Sentinel (home video)
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'''''{{StoryTitle}}''''' was the third and final story in the [[Auton Trilogy]] of video dramas produced by [[BBV Productions]] in the late 90s. Like most video dramas of this era, it featured characters and concepts from ''[[Doctor Who]]'' but did not include any main characters from the series.
   
 
== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
The [[Millhampton Event]] has left an entire population at the mercy of the [[Nestene Consciousness]]. UNIT's only hope of halting an unstoppable AUTON invasion is to find Lockwood. But UNIT's most enigmatic and talented operative is missing. Within his mind are the means through which the Consciousness will return to life and destroy the human race. Lockwood will not be given up easily. Palmer knows that time is running out, as the world's computer networks break down he leads a desperate mission into the heart of AUTON control. Sal and Ramsay can only hope they will survive to find Lockwood before the Nestene Consciousness takes over his mind completely and extinguishes all life on [[Earth]]...
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The [[Millhampton Event]] has left an entire population at the mercy of the [[Nestene Consciousness]]. UNIT's only hope of halting an AUTON invasion is to find Lockwood. However, UNIT's most enigmatic and talented operative is missing. Within his mind are the means by which the Consciousness will return to life and destroy the human race. Lockwood will not be given up easily. Palmer knows that time is running out. As the world's computer networks break down, he leads a desperate mission into the heart of AUTON control. Sal and Ramsay can only hope they will survive to find Lockwood before the Nestene Consciousness takes over his mind completely and extinguishes all life on [[Earth]]...
   
 
== Plot ==
 
== Plot ==
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== Cast ==
 
== Cast ==
* [[Natasha Alexander (Auton Trilogy)|Natasha Alexander]] - [[Jo Castleton]]
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* [[Natasha Alexander]] - [[Jo Castleton]]
* [[Sally Arnold|Dr. Sally Arnold]] - [[Bryonie Pritchard]]
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* [[Sally Arnold|Dr Sally Arnold]] - [[Bryonie Pritchard]]
 
* [[Lockwood]] - [[Michael Wade]]
 
* [[Lockwood]] - [[Michael Wade]]
 
* [[Graham Winslet]] - [[George Telfer]]
 
* [[Graham Winslet]] - [[George Telfer]]
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* [[Auton]]s - [[Peter Trapani]], [[Blane Coughlan]], [[Steve Johnson]]
 
* [[Auton]]s - [[Peter Trapani]], [[Blane Coughlan]], [[Steve Johnson]]
   
== Production crew ==
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== Story notes ==
 
== Story notes ==
* [[Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart]]'s call sign, ''Greyhound Leader'', is used here by Ross Palmer. It had previously been used by Lockwood in ''[[Auton (video)|Auton]]'' and Colonel Wilson in ''[[Auton 2: Sentinel]]''.
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* [[Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart]]'s call sign, Greyhound Leader, is used here by Ross Palmer. It had previously been used by Lockwood in ''[[Auton (home video)|Auton]]'' and Colonel Wilson in ''[[Auton 2: Sentinel]]''.
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* ''Awakening ''is also the title of a [[The Awakening (TV story)|1984 ''Doctor Who ''serial]] (with the definitive article).
=== Myths ===
 
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=== Filming Locations ===
 
=== Filming Locations ===
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=== Discontinuity, Plot Holes, Errors ===
 
 
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== Continuity ==
 
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* This film is a direct sequel to ''Sentinel, ''with the story opening as that film left off with the Nestene attacking the church.
   
== DVD and Video releases ==
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== DVD and video releases ==
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Originally released on VHS in 1999, it was later re-released on DVD available to purchase from the Galaxy 4 website.
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
 
* [http://www.drwhoguide.com/auton3.htm Doctor Who Reference Guide: Detailed Synopsis - '''Auton 3: Awakening''']
 
* [http://www.drwhoguide.com/auton3.htm Doctor Who Reference Guide: Detailed Synopsis - '''Auton 3: Awakening''']
   
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[[Category:Auton trilogy]]
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[[Category:UNIT stories]]
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[[Category:UNIT home videos]]
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Latest revision as of 05:08, February 26, 2019

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Auton 3: Awakening was the third and final story in the Auton Trilogy of video dramas produced by BBV Productions in the late 90s. Like most video dramas of this era, it featured characters and concepts from Doctor Who but did not include any main characters from the series.

Synopsis Edit

The Millhampton Event has left an entire population at the mercy of the Nestene Consciousness. UNIT's only hope of halting an AUTON invasion is to find Lockwood. However, UNIT's most enigmatic and talented operative is missing. Within his mind are the means by which the Consciousness will return to life and destroy the human race. Lockwood will not be given up easily. Palmer knows that time is running out. As the world's computer networks break down, he leads a desperate mission into the heart of AUTON control. Sal and Ramsay can only hope they will survive to find Lockwood before the Nestene Consciousness takes over his mind completely and extinguishes all life on Earth...

Plot Edit

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Cast Edit

Crew Edit

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References Edit

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Story notes Edit

Filming Locations Edit

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Continuity Edit

  • This film is a direct sequel to Sentinel, with the story opening as that film left off with the Nestene attacking the church.

DVD and video releases Edit

Originally released on VHS in 1999, it was later re-released on DVD available to purchase from the Galaxy 4 website.

External links Edit

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