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Invasion of the Daleks was the first story in the Dalek Empire I audio series produced by Big Finish Productions. This series, beginning with this story was Big Finish's first foray into audio stories featuring Doctor Who universe elements without the Doctor or another known character such as Bernice Summerfield in their Big Finish Bernice Summerfield series. This story was written, directed and had all of its post production and music performed by Nicholas Briggs. Additionally, Briggs also provided most of the Dalek voice work including the voice of the Dalek Emperor.

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The Milky Way is at peace.

After centuries of struggle, the Earth Alliance has been created and all is well.

Then, without warning, the Daleks launch their invasion.

An invasion which threatens to tear apart the fabric of our entire galaxy...


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  • Alby served as a steward and temporary bar manager on the Luciana.
  • Although he is a human, Alby has never been to Earth. Suz tells him that he should not bother visiting it.
  • Alby is an Earth Alliance B-grade security operative who was sent to Vega VI six months earlier to meet Kalendorf, one of the Knights of Velyshaa, in the hopes of opening up negotiations to form a defence pact against the Daleks.
  • Tanlee's transmission is patched through to Alby by the Communications Officer.




  • Prior to the Dalek invasion, Suz's only knowledge of them came from school history lessons which she vaguely remembered.



  • This audio drama was recorded on 6 May 2001 at the Moat Studios.
  • This story was originally released on CD. It is now available as a download only.
  • Clayton Hickman's pays homage to prolific designer Bill Gold's poster for the 1967 film 'Cool Hand Luke'. [1]


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