The Red House was the second story in the audio anthology The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Alan Barnes and featured Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor and India Fisher as Charlotte Pollard.

Publisher's summary Edit

The Doctor and Charlotte Pollard arrive on a world that is populated by werewolves.

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The Red House

"Into the dark, scary fairytale forest? Obviously."

The Doctor and Edwardian adventuress Charlotte Pollard find themselves in a small rustic village nestled in the woods at sunrise. The tolling of a bell should mean the beginning of a brand new day, but instead rings for an ominous curfew. As the villagers lock themselves in their homes, a pack of werewolves in strange bodysuits attack the duo. Separated in the chaos, Charley finds herself in a mansion overlooking the town, where a scientist vows to cure her of her bestial nature with the assistance of her mysterious and devious assistant. And the Doctor discovers that a second pack of werewolves lie deep in the forest, a group who want to do nothing more than…allow the sun to beat down about them so they can transform into their human forms!

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  • Charley describes herself as an "Edwardian adventuress", but notes that she is technically a "Georgian adventuress" as her monarch was King George V. She sees the Georgian era as associated more with Jane Austen.
  • The Doctor's pocket-watch was given to him by Beau Brummell, the "king of the dandies".
  • Charley is intricately bound to the Web of Time.
  • The Valeyard claims that humans are second best in the universe at exterminating.

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