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* The Master tells the Doctor that he likes the sound of the phrase "[[Master Race]]." ([[TV]]: ''[[The End of Time (TV story)|The End of Time]]'')
 
* The Master tells the Doctor that he likes the sound of the phrase "[[Master Race]]." ([[TV]]: ''[[The End of Time (TV story)|The End of Time]]'')
 
* The Master mentions the [[Key to Time]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Ribos Operation (TV story)|The Ribos Operation]]'')
 
* The Master mentions the [[Key to Time]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Ribos Operation (TV story)|The Ribos Operation]]'')
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* Ace has been sent to the [[Time Lord Academy]]. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Lights of Skaro (audio story)|The Lights of Skaro]]'')
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 18:20, June 17, 2014

RealWorld

Dominion was the first story in Big Finish Productions' Doctor Who Special Releases range in 2012. This was also a continuation of Big Finish's UNIT audio series (as indicated by the numbering on the spine of the CDs as 2.1 etc); the last story of that series The Wasting had been released in 2005. According to Nicholas Briggs on the behind the scenes CD this story was much about doing another UNIT series featuring the Doctor, unlike the previous series which barely mentioned him. This story saw the return of Tracey Childs as Dr Elizabeth Klein who had last appeared in The Architects of History in 2010 and Beth Chalmers as Raine Creevy who last appeared in Earth Aid.

This story is the debut story for another incarnation of the Master, played by Alex Macqueen whose character is initially portrayed (and credited) as "the Other Doctor" and for the first 3 parts of the story he is the Doctor of the story filling the role that the Doctor would normally fill in a story of this style. The Master has Goth's TARDIS, suggesting this story is set after The Deadly Assassin; however there is no further information that allows for precise placement of when in the Master's timeline this incarnation of the Master is. On the behind the scenes CD Nicholas Briggs indicates this may be answered in future stories.

At four parts of 60 minute single parts this is the longest story to feature the Seventh Doctor with a running time of 4 hours, double the length of most of his Doctor's stories.

Publisher's summary

The universe stands on the brink of a dimensional crisis — and the Doctor and Raine are pulled into the very epicentre of it.

Meanwhile, on Earth, UNIT scientific advisor Dr Elizabeth Klein and an incarnation of the Doctor she's never encountered before are tested to the limit by a series of bizarre, alien invasions.

At the heart of it all is a terrible secret, almost as old as the Time Lords themselves. Reality is beginning to unravel and two Doctors, Klein, Raine and all of UNIT must use all their strength and guile to prevent the whole of creation being torn apart.

Plot

Part One

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Part Two

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Part Three

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Part Four

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Cast

References

Individuals

Technology

Time Lords

  • The Doctor says that he and the Master shared the same upbringing.

UNIT

Notes

Covers

This story was released across 4 CDs each with its own cover. Each cover featured one of the four main characters of this story; the Seventh Doctor, Elizabeth Klein, Raine Creevy and the Master.

Continuity

External links

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