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Introducing Doctor Who: Redacted was a short stinger for the Doctor Who: Redacted podcast series, produced by BBC Sounds. It starred the Thirteenth Doctor.

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Someone's trying to break through....In episode 0 of Doctor Who: Redacted, a mysterious woman calling herself the Doctor is trying and failing to contact Earth. Her friends are disappearing; being redacted from reality. And if you remember her? Then it's going to get you, too.

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The Thirteenth Doctor contacts 'planet Earth' in a transmission in which she claims that "something is coming for you". She then introduces herself as "the Doctor", and states that "[the listener] may not remember me, but I remember [the listener]" and states that she needs the listener to listen to her. The Doctor claims that the listener's in "big, serious, end of the world-type danger" and that, while she'd normally help, something's stopping her from getting through. She claims that the listener is forgetting her, her friends, and anyone who'd ever helped her, and that they were being "erased from existence - redacted from reality". The Doctor then claims that if the listener is listening to the transmission, and they know who she is, then it's coming for them too. She then claims that, while it may seem weird, scary, or impossible, sometimes you have to step up and do the 'weird, scary, impossible thing' because 'someone has to', and asks the listener to remember her - "the Doctor".

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