Maker of Demons was the two hundred and sixteenth story in Big Finish's monthly range. It was written by Matthew Elliott and featured Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor, Bonnie Langford as Melanie Bush and Sophie Aldred as Ace.

Publisher's summary Edit

Decades ago, the mysterious time-travelling Doctor and his cheerful companion Mel became the toast of the planet Prosper, when they brokered a peace between the native Mogera and humans from the colony ship The Duke of Milan.

But when the TARDIS at last returns to Prosper, the Doctor, Mel and their associate Ace find only a warzone. The burrowing Mogera have become brutal monsters, dominated by their terrifying leader Caliban – and it's all the Doctor's fault!

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References Edit

  • The Doctor and Mel once defeated a Vardan invasion of Earth with the help of Nikola Tesla. On another occasion, they encountered weretarantulas on Vyga 3.
  • One of the items on the Doctor's bucket list was to sing a duet with Frank Sinatra. He did so the previous week. Mel notes that they were lucky to escape with their lives since Sinatra was less accommodating than the Doctor had hoped.
  • The Doctor mentions Polly, Tegan, and Sharon. Mel comments that she had never heard him mention Sharon before.
  • The First Doctor and Dodo Chaplet once travelled aboard the Golden Hind.
  • The Doctor claims that he hasn't been responsible for the deaths of millions before.
  • After being injured when the Doctorium explodes, the Doctor is worried that he may have regenerated.
  • Neither the Doctor nor Mel have ever heard of the actor Coragio Welkin.

Notes Edit

  • For the music, Suzanne Procter provided vocals and Joe Cheal played the didgeridoo.
  • As noted by the Doctor, many of the story elements and character names are drawn from The Tempest by William Shakespeare. The same is true of several lines of dialogue such as "What's past is prologue" and "Our revels now are ended".

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