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The Uncertain Shore was the second story in the audio anthology Susan's War, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Simon Guerrier and featured Carole Ann Ford as Susan and Beth Chalmers as Veklin.
Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]
Plot[edit | edit source]
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Cast[edit | edit source]
- Susan - Carole Ann Ford
- Veklin - Beth Chalmers
- Faith - Trudie Goodwin
- Lootsa - Laura Aikman
- Yeorgi / Ogron 2 - Dan Starkey
- Monty / Ogron / Ogron 1 - Simon Ludders
- Rasmus - Damian Lynch
References[edit | edit source]
- While claiming to be a human from Earth, Susan says she visited Florana in her youth.
- Faith recently visited Raven's World.
- As a journalist, Monty has been to the battlefields of Corbeth, Afresha, and the Satellites of Brik.
- The ruins of Corbeth are visible from Raven's World.
- Yeorgi names the robotized Ogrons "Robogrons".
Notes[edit | edit source]
- The Uncertain Shore marks the third Simon Guerrier story to feature a Brancheerian. He had previously written for the Eleventh Doctor's Brancheerian companion Decky Flamboon in the Doctor Who Adventures comics The Runaway Bogey and All Change!.
- This is also the first appearance of the Anti-Dalek Force since the Terry Nation's Dalek Annual 1979, and indeed their first non-Dalek Annual appearance at all.
Continuity[edit | edit source]
- Florana was first mentioned in TV: Invasion of the Dinosaurs.
- Faith is an Anti-Dalek Force leader. (PROSE: Terror Task Force, COMIC: Island of Horror, et al.)
- Susan remembers that the Daleks used to enslave conquered populations. (TV: The Dalek Invasion of Earth, et al.)
- The Daleks send Ogrons (TV: Day of the Daleks) with intelligence-enhancing Roboman implants. (TV: The Dalek Invasion of Earth, et al.)
- Veklin uses the term "robotized" to describe what has been done to the Ogrons. (PROSE: What To Do If A Dalek Attacks You!)
- Veklin uses her Respiratory bypass system to fake death. (TV: Spearhead from Space, et al.)
- Veklin confirms her identity by telling Susan that Alex Campbell was 93% "Earth human". (AUDIO: Relative Dimensions)
- The Dalek agent who planted the parasite on the Sense Sphere (AUDIO: Sphere of Influence) is a shapeshifting Brancheerian from the colony on Donnahee's moon. (COMIC: Meteorite Meeting, The Tail of Decky Flamboon, et al.)
- Gallifreyan intelligence suggests that the Brancheerians are still alive. (COMIC: Meteorite Meeting, The Tail of Decky Flamboon, et al.)
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