The Window on the Moor was the second story of The Ninth Doctor Chronicles, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Una McCormack, performed by Nicholas Briggs and Laura Riseborough and featured the Ninth Doctor and Rose Tyler.
Publisher's summary Edit
Emily and her sisters once told each other fables of warring kingdoms: wicked princes, noble dukes, and their battling armies. Now she wanders the moors of her childhood alone, remembering those tales. The TARDIS arrives amid a strange civil war, with prisons made of glass and cities stalked by terrifying beasts. As windows open between worlds, stories and storyteller meet, and Rose comes face to face with Emily Brontë.
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Uncredited cast Edit
- The TARDIS arrived in the middle of a civil war between Prince Julius and Duke Alexandro.
- Rose has not read the book Wuthering Heights.
Story notes Edit
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- The Ninth Doctor bemoans being locked in another dungeon, (TV: The Unquiet Dead) and his companions never staying put. (TV: The Empty Child)
- Rose wishes to travel and see proper sights instead of prisons. She'd previously been imprisoned in Justicia. (PROSE: The Monsters Inside)
- In the dark, the Doctor shouts, "Hey, who turned out the lights?" (TV: Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead)
- The Doctor says the phrase, "Take me to your leader!" (TV: Aliens of London)
- Emily Bronte and Ada look alike; the Doctor reasons this is due to interdimensional echoes. A similar case would occur with Gwen Cooper and Gwyneth. (TV: The Stolen Earth)