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The Torchwood Archive was a special release from Big Finish Productions celebrating the 10th anniversary of Torchwood. It explored the origins of the Committee and the Red Key.

Publisher's summary Edit

"Welcome, visitor. The Torchwood Archive provides a complete history of our Institute from its distant beginnings to the present day. When we founded our great enterprise in the year of our Lord 1879, we decreed that there should be a record of this achievement, stored at the very furthest limits of the British Empire. By visiting you are spreading that legacy, perhaps out through the skies. For now, I shall bid you a good day and welcome you to the Torchwood Archive. Do, please look around."

The Torchwood Archive is a forgotten asteroid in the centre of a great war. Jeremiah is its first visitor in many centuries. He's come to learn something very important. And the ghosts of Torchwood are waiting for him.

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References Edit

  • Jack sings What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor? while talking about the sailors in Tiger Bay.
  • Edward VII did not believe in aliens. Jack got Torchwood funded by taking Edward to Paris.
  • Object One transformed Cardiff's sailors into Weevils.
  • The woman warning Jack about the committee mentions Johnny Depp.
  • Rhys works for Harwoods Haulage.
  • Jack does not have an ood when he sends Jeremiah to destroy the archive.
  • Alex Hopkins mentions the Millenium Bug, which was actually a giant insect.
  • Jack says the Torchwood archive is right at the edge of the great and bountiful human empire.
  • The holograms of Jack and Ianto have a dog with no name, that they refer to as untitled.

Notes Edit

  • This story clarifies the dating system used in TV: The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit, which was set in 43K2.1. Years are read as "[century]K[decade].[year]" while centuries are read as "[millennium].[century]K" e.g. 19K7.9 corresponds to 1879, 21K0.7 corresponds to 2007 and 2.0K corresponds to the 20th century.

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