The Age of Sutekh was the eighth and final story in the seventh series of the Fourth Doctor Adventures, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Guy Adams and featured Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor and Louise Jameson as Leela.
It was the conclusion of a story which began in Kill the Doctor!.
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Plot[edit | edit source]
Part one[edit | edit source]
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Part two[edit | edit source]
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Cast[edit | edit source]
- The Doctor - Tom Baker
- Leela - Louise Jameson
- Rania Chuma - Sophia Myles
- Sutekh - Gabriel Woolf
- Kendra - Eleanor Crooks
- Carlton Joyce - John Dorney
- Ash/Barge Captian/Dupree - Barnaby Edwards
References[edit | edit source]
- The Doctor quotes Oscar Wilde: "You can always judge a man based on the quality of his enemies."
- Sutekh can repurpose matter; at his full power, he could think fleets of sky barges into existence, but presently only creates one.
- The Doctor warns that the longer Sutekh's reality of Drummond persists, the harder it will be to shift back to how it was.
- Sutekh has been nothing but a thought for centuries, a creature of pure will. The decay of his body is hastened.
- Sutekh's power is psychosomatic.
- Sutekh says he is "the snake coiling around the throat of the universe."
- The Citadel of Horus is recreated on Drummond. Sutekh remembers the waterfall and gardens full of "dirty ever-growing life."
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Leela first states that the Osiran service robots are fast, then says they are slow.
Continuity[edit | edit source]
- Leela says she knows of robot men. (TV: The Robots of Death)
- Sutekh finds destruction "good" and brings his "gift of death." (TV: Pyramids of Mars)
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