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The Charge of the Night Brigade was the first story of The Twelfth Doctor Chronicles, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written David Llewellyn, performed by Jacob Dudman and featured the Twelfth Doctor.

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In the rat-infested camps of the Crimea, Mary Seacole offers a vital service to the beleaguered troops, serving up rice pudding and treating the wounded at her 'British Hotel'.

Mary's no-nonsense attitude is tested by the Doctor's arrival. Together, they must deal with a strange infection not of this Earth...

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  • The Doctor cheekily refers to Mary's British Hotel as a "café".
  • The Doctor calls his plan "Operation Ring of Fire", mainly because he "love[s] Johnny Cash".

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  • In February 2019, writer David Llewellyn asked on Twitter if the Doctor had ever ridden a camel, before discovering the existence of that page on this very wiki. This was likely research for the reference he included in this story.[1]

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