Bit of a spelling mystery with last namesEdit

Alice and Victor are married. Their surname is oft-spoken in dialogue, and Jamie calls Alice "Mrs. C" with great frequency. So We know it begins with a "C". Whether it's "Ciprion", "Ciprian"", "Cyprion", or "Cyprian", is a bit unclear, as we have no help from the liner notes. We know the name is French, again because of dialogue. SO the question is, really, which is the most French spelling, I guess. "Ciprian" is definitely a Romanian spelling. "Cyprian" isn't really French in origin, but it well could have come into France, because of the Catholic influence of St. Cyprian (from whom we get the word "Cyprus"). "Ciprion" is by far the most common English spelling, and Alice is British, so that's the one I've kind of arbitrarily chosen for the links on this page. Victor himself isn't British, so maybe that's flawed logic. i dunno; whenever these pages are created, they're gonna have to bear {{conjecture}}, anyway, cause we simply don't know proper spelling for these characters. CzechOut | 05:04, April 21, 2010 (UTC)

just a query as to the meaning of

"It was the first part of Big Finish's wholly original season for the Sixth Doctor in 2010"

What does "wholly original" mean in this context? Were previous Sixth Doctor audios not entirely original?

If there is a reason for this great, if not I will change81.153.85.90talk to me 15:44, March 7, 2013 (UTC)

It does seem an odd turn of phrase.
At a guess I'd presume it's suggesting it's not connected to the Charley arc or Eveyln or anyone else.
I think just remove it. --Tangerineduel / talk 16:19, March 7, 2013 (UTC)
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