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The Warehouse was the two hundred and second story in Big Finish's monthly range. It was written by Mike Tucker and featured Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor and Bonnie Langford as Melanie Bush.

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The Doctor and Mel land in what appears to be an orbiting warehouse, a delivery facility with a dangerously erratic computer.

Whilst Mel is helping with repairs, the Doctor begins to realise that not everything in the warehouse is as it seems. Why do no goods ever seem to leave the shelves? Why are the staff so obsessed with the stocktake? And who is the mysterious Supervisor?

On the planet below, the Doctor discovers that the computer might be the least of their problems – and that they should be more concerned with the spacestation's mould and vermin...


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  • This story was recorded on 12 and 13 January 2015 at The Moat Studios.
  • This is Tucker's first main range audio story featuring a team other than the Seventh Doctor and Ace, which the majority of his work features. As such, he chose a warehouse setting to continue the pattern of places Mel and the Doctor visited, which include a holiday camp, a tower, and a freezer centre.
  • The Doctor recalls an Amazon tribe. This is a play on words on "Amazon", in reference to the online retailer that this play satirises.
  • This was the first Big Finish audio drama written by Tucker since The Bellotron Incident in 2003.


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