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Brotherhood of the Daleks was the one hundred and fourteenth story in Big Finish's monthly range. It was written by Alan Barnes and featured Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor and India Fisher as Charlotte Pollard.

Publisher's summary[]

The TARDIS makes a return trip to the jungle planet of Spiridon, when the Sixth Doctor and Charley fall in with a lost platoon of shellshocked Thal soldiers — victims of a sneak attack by their blood enemies, the Daleks.

Besieged by deadly flora, surrounded by invisible monsters, and with all hope of rescue gone, the Thals are the victims of a grim experiment in psychological warfare.

With the very nature of reality under threat, the Doctor and Charley need each other more than ever. But dark forces are conspiring to tear them apart...

Plot[]

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Cast[]

References[]

Daleks[]

  • In an hallucination/dream state, a Black Dalek makes an appearance.
  • Dalekanium is mentioned as the alloy from the Daleks' casing is constructed.
  • Charley coins the phrase Thaleks — Daleks that believe they are Thals.
  • There is a Red Dalek present amongst the Thaleks.
  • Murgat's Brotherhood Daleks have the star of Lenin on their casings.
  • Charley mentions the Supreme Dalek.

The Doctor[]

Individuals[]

Planets[]

  • The Doctor initially thinks that he and Charley have landed on the planet Spiridon, which is in the ninth system of "a far away galaxy," later called the "ninth galaxy" and later the "galaxy of Antares."
  • The Thal homeworld is New Davius.

Science[]

Species[]

  • The Doctor and Charley encounter the Thals.

Theories and concepts[]

Notes[]

CD sleeve illustraion.

Illustrated preview from DWM 401. Illustration by Brian Williamson.

Continuity[]

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