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Doctor Who: Time Fracture was a stage show produced by Immersive Theatre and licensed by BBC Studios, with James Goss acting as lore consultant and script editor. The staged production - billed as an "immersive experience" - was written by Daniel Dingsdale.

It featured video and audio clips, special effects, screen-used props and creatures, and music cues from the series[1]. After being delayed from its initial opening date in 2020 due to COVID-19[1], it finally opened on 26 May 2021 at Davies Mews in London. The show had a length of two hours and fifteen minutes.[2]

All of the main TV Doctors were featured in some capacity, represented in a variety of ways.[3]

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

1940 – at the height of the Blitz. A weapon of unknown origin destroys a small corner of Mayfair, and simultaneously opens a rift in space and time. For decades, UNIT have fought undetected to protect the people of Earth from the dangers it poses. Weakened and beaten back as the fracture’s multiplied out of control, they're close to defeat.

Plot[edit | edit source]

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Prelude[edit | edit source]

A group of civilian volunteers, recommended by the Doctor themselves, are taken to a UNIT facility, where Dr. H. Sullivan informs them of the threat of the Time Fracture while waiting for all volunteers to be present. Once they are all in attendance, he ushers them into the UNIT laboratory.

Introduction[edit | edit source]

After being given a quick history on the Time Fracture by a video message from Kate Stewart, the volunteers are taken into the UNIT laboratory and given an introduction to Operation: Time Fracture and the means of which they will travel through time to fix the breaking reality, with one such consequence being the President of the United States being turned into an Orange.

Details re. the Black Archive segment to be added.

However, the UNIT laboratory is attacked by the Daleks, though they are repelled by the First Doctor and the Thirteenth Doctor. Since neither can fully assist due to the nature of the Time Fracture, they urge the volunteers to find the pieces of the Time Disruptor that created the Time Fracture.

Act One[edit | edit source]

At a fork in the path, some volunteers go left and some go right.

Details re. those going left to be added.

Those who went to the right find their way to Borlls' Salvage and Import Export Imporium, but they are soon ushered into Elizabethan era England, where they can meet Elizabeth I and William Shakespeare. Missing UNIT soldier Robert Dudley is also present at the Queen's court. They also could find Time Agents, Brian the Ood and a Gallifreyan named Zoria all searching for pieces of the Time Disruptor. With the Time Fracture causing time to accelerate, a fight breaks out at Elizabeth's Court during a showing of Shakespeare's latest play, and Dudley is killed by Zoria. After the chaos dies down, the volunteers are forced to flee through the Time Fracture when the CyberMondans invade Elizabeth's Court.

Intermission[edit | edit source]

The volunteers find themselves onboard the ZZ1, where they are given refreshments while a Silurian and a Crespallion perform songs for them. Zoria abruptly appears to steal another piece of the Time Disruptor, and manages to get away with it after killing Brian. The ZZ1 is then commandeered and taken to Gallifrey.

Act Two[edit | edit source]

After escaping an attack by the Weeping Angels by running into the Gallifrey Falls No More section of the Under Gallery, the volunteers find themselves with the High Council of Gallifrey, who can't agree wither to use the Time Disruptor to fully resurrect Rassilon, until Rassilon himself commands them to do so when their debating proves fruitless. However, no sooner has he been resurrected to carry out his Ultimate Sanction with the Time Disruptor, Rassilon and the High Council are killed in a Dalek attack orchestrated by Davros, though they are still able to repel the Daleks from Gallifrey.

As the Time Fracture begins to get out of control, all thirteen Doctors, and their "fugitive" incarnation, lead the volunteers into pouring out the artron energy they had absorbed from the Time Fracture into the Time Disruptor, disabling the weapon and closing the Time Fracture.

Epilogue[edit | edit source]

With the universe saved, the volunteers are returned to UNIT laboratory, where they can have their photo taken with the Doctor's TARDIS.

Cast[edit | edit source]

Due to the nature of the production, the audience members themselves are active participants, but for obvious reasons of practicality, cannot be covered by the wiki. Not all characters are necessarily featured in a single individual's given experience of the story. Despite being effective contributors in a cast capacity, the pre-recorded and archive contributors were unusually all listed within the "Production Team" credits section of the show companion guide, rather than the more appropriate "The Cast" credits section where all the live actors were credited. Additionally, all Doctors were credited in the guide either simply as 'The Doctor' (in the case of those who'd previously portrayed the part on TV) or without the attachment of any credit (in the case of impressionists like Dudman).[4]

Pre-recorded video[edit | edit source]

Pre-recorded audio[edit | edit source]

Archive audio[edit | edit source]

Live actors[edit | edit source]

Due to the nature of live theatrical production, cast would not necessarily play all of their credited roles in one given production. Understudies - credited variably as Understudy and US in the show guide - will perform a given understudied role in the event that the usual performers of that role are unable to do so for some reason. Jessica Hern is credited as "Understudy Elizabeth Cover", but no indication is given that this differs from a typical understudy role.

However, John Sodiq Akanmu's role as a swing does differ from an understudy role. Swings are members of a cast that understudy multiple roles - often most or all of the main roles - to cover for the possibility of extreme unforeseen circumstances that would leave a role unfilled even with the given assignment of understudies.

As of 8 June 2021, according to Daniel Dingsdale, further filming is still underway for at least one yet-to-be-added segment.[17]

Crew[edit | edit source]

Creative Team[edit | edit source]

  • Produced by Immersive Everywhere[4]
  • Tom Maller - Director[10][4]
  • Daniel Dingsdale - Writer[10][4]
  • Rebecca Brower - Production Designer[10][4]
  • Terry Cook - Lighting Designer (for Woodroffe Bassett Design)[10][4]
  • Luke Swaffield - Sound Designer (for Autograph)[10][4]
  • Novak - Video & Projection Design[10][4]
  • Jon Bulleid - Illusion Design & Director[10][4]
  • Carly Blackburn - Movement Director[10][4]
  • Danny Nolan - Music Producer & Composer[10][4]
  • Barnaby Race - Music Content Creator[4] [The website listing also credits Barnaby for Additional Songs][10]
  • Brian Hook, Elliot Hargreaves, Louis Hartshorn, Mark Hargreaves, Mark Hurry - Executive Producers for Immersive Everywhere[4]
  • James Goss - Lore Consultant & Script Editor[10][4]

The Company[edit | edit source]

  • Matt North - Company Manager[10][4]
  • Daniel Gammon - Stage Manager[10][4]
  • Lorna Adamson - Deputy Stage Manager[10][4]
  • Sarah Coates - Assistant Stage Manager (Book Cover)[10][4]
  • Danielle Whitfield - Assistant Stage Manager[10][4]
  • Peter Carrington - Assistant Stage Manager[10][4]
  • Debs Machin - Assistant Stage Manager[10][4]
  • Sophie Cairns - Assistant Stage Manager[10][4]
  • Amy Warren - Assistant Stage Manager[10][4]
  • Virna Sologaistoa - Covid Compliance Officer[10][4]
  • Jack Berry - Head of Lighting[10][4]
  • Harry Johnson - Head of Sound[10][4]
  • Edward Aspinall - Head of Video[10][4]
  • Liam Sayer - Technical Swing LX/Video[10][4]
  • Gabriel Maillard - Technical Swing Sound/Video[10][4]
  • Marta Bagnoli - Wigs, Hair and Make Up Manager[10][4]
  • Martin Ramsin - Wigs, Hair and Make Up Deputy[4]
  • Jen Clarke - Wardrobe Manager[10][4]
  • Emily Noble - Wardrobe Assistant[10][4]
  • Ester Mangas - Wardrobe Assistant[10][4]
  • Fiona Kingwill - Resident Director[10][4]
  • Emily Bestow - Art Standby[10][4]
  • Rebecca Craven - Operations Manager[10] [Credited as Rebecca in the show guide, and as Becky on the website listing.][4]
  • Iain Fraser-Barker - Front of House Manager[10][4]
  • Rich Penrose - Bar Manager[10][4]

Production Team[edit | edit source]

  • Peter Huntley - Executive Producer[4]
  • Rebecca Woolcock - Producer[4]
  • Hartshorn-Hook Enterprises - General Management[4]
  • Katy Eynon - General Manager and Casting Co-Ordinator[4]
  • Sophie Handley - Production Co-Ordinator and Casting Assistant[4]
For Gary Beestone Events and Theatre[edit | edit source]
  • Zoe Snow - Production Manager[10]
  • Oli Bagwell-Purefoy - Assistant Production Manager[4]
General Production[edit | edit source]
  • Jim Douglas - Production Sound Engineer[4]
  • Chris Moore - Assistant Production Sound Engineer[4]
  • Raffaela Pancucci - Assistant Sound Designer[4]
  • Autograph Sound - Sound Equipment Hire[4]
  • Adam Povey - Production LX[4]
  • Miriam Bull - Assistant Lighting Designer[4]
  • Matt Ladkin - Assistant Lighting Designer / Programmer[4]
  • Caz Coronel - Production DJ[4]
  • Graymatter Video - Video System Design & Consultancy[4]
  • Hannah Postlethwaite - Assistant Designer[4]
  • Tash Shepherd - Head Scenic Artist[4]
  • Madeleine Young - Deputy Scenic Artist[4]
  • Jonny Brown, Jodie Pritchard - Scenic Artists [4]
  • Emily Bestow, Christianna Mason - Art Department[4]
  • Mike Tucker, James Sutton[18][19], Emma Douglas, ProperlyMade Ltd., Deadline Technical Management, David Thompson, Karol Jaworski, Olivia Franklin, Amelia Reynolds, Noah Cousins, Barney Askew, Ted Harrison - Props Makers[4] [Ted Harrison's contribution subtitled as working for Evolution Effects.]
  • Illusion Design and Construct - Scenic Construction & Production Build[4]
  • Tom White - Draftsman[4]
  • Billy Knapper - Graphic Design[4]
  • Lionel Stanhope - Graffiti Artist[4]
  • Oli Cooper - 3D Printing and Prop Making[4]
  • Michelle Bristow - Deputy Costume Supervisor[4]
  • Megan Kennedy, Clare Pike - Costume Assistant[4]
  • Isabella Clews - Costume Work Experience[4]
  • Millennium FX, Robert Allsopp - Special FX Costumes[4] [Robert's name is misspelt in the programme as Rob Allsop.]
  • Sarah Ninot, Michelle Bristow, Jen Clarke, Mark Wheeler, Clare Stagg, Claire Housden, Claire Strickland, Cleo Pettitt - Costume Makers[4]
  • Aaron Merriman, David Cauchi - Illusion Builders[4]
  • Sam Stuart - Onsite Carpenter[4]
  • Connection Crew - Crewing[4]
  • London Venue Transfer - Transport[4]
  • Brian Cleary - Health and Safety Officer & Covid Monitoring (for Safety Geeks)[4]
  • Albany Interiors - Venue Renovation & Construction Works[4]
  • Dan Large, Adam Squire, Al Watson, Liam Cleary, Dan Harvey, Martin Strods, Oliver Partridge, Dan Parrott - Electricians[4]
  • Abbii Clark, Ramin Sabi - Production Accounting (for DEM Productions)[4]
  • I Am Marketing - Marketing[4]
  • Sine Digital - Digital Performance Marketing[4]
  • Bread and Butter PR - PR[4]
  • Nyman Libson Paul - Accountants[4]
  • Cliff Parkinson - Insurance[4]
  • Luke Dyson - Set Photography[4]
For Hartshorn-Hook Enterprises[edit | edit source]
  • Louis Hartshorn - Chief Executive Officer[4]
  • Brian Hook - Chief Creative Officer[4]
  • Simon Cummin - Group Commercial Director[4]
  • Heather Young - Group General Manager[4]
  • Simon Delany - Group Director of Marketing[4]
  • Glafira Usoltseva - Group Director of Finance[4]
  • Peter Huntley - Executive Producer[4]
  • Rebecca Woolcock - Producer[4]
  • Katy Eynon - General Manager[4]
  • Sophie Handley - Production Co-Ordinator[4]
  • Thom Sellwood - Sales & Ticketing Manager[4]
  • Head of Events & New Business - George Hartshorn[4]
  • Head of Food & Beverage - Chris Gibson[4]
  • Community, Outreach & Education Manager - Jack Hartshorn[4]
  • Frankie Bunce - EA to the Directors[4]
  • Zoe Coxon - Townhouse Office Manager[4]
  • John Hartshorn - HVAC Project Management[4]
For Showtime Worldwide[edit | edit source]
  • Mark Hurry - Chief Executive Officer[4]
  • Elliot Hargreaves - Chief Operating Officer[4]
  • Tom Hansen - Creative Director[4]
  • James Evans - Creative Assistant[4]
For Probity Worldwide[edit | edit source]
  • Mark Stredwick - Head of Probity Worldwide[4]
  • Amir Butt - Head of Touring[4]
  • Mick Jones - A Completely Individual Design[4]
  • Lee Binding - Tealady Design[4]
For Crown Brands Live[edit | edit source]
  • Jack Horlock - Managing Director[4]
  • Kayleigh Maxwell-Linden - Account Director[4]
  • Claire Smith - Partnerships Director[4]
For Arts Tickets[edit | edit source]
  • Martin Barrow - Managing Director[4]
  • Bethan Roberts - Head of Ticketing[4]
  • Charmaine Thomas - Ticketing Manager[4]
  • Cydney Folan - Ticketing Assistant[4]
For Immersive|Ldn[edit | edit source]
  • Kyle Watts - Technical Manager[4]
  • John Hartshorn - Maintenance Manager[4]
  • Ellie Wood - Duty Manager[4]
With thanks to[edit | edit source]
  • All on-site crew and contractors[4]
  • The staff and students of the Central Schools of Speech and Drama[4]
  • Johanne Jensen[4]
  • White Light Ltd[4]
  • Electric Foundry[4]
  • Lisa Buckley[4]
  • Dave Simmons[4]
  • Mary Halliday[4]
  • Marcus Hall Props[4]
  • Oliver Hipwell[4]
  • Laurence Russel[4]
  • Artem[4]
  • TT Resources[4]
  • Lee Elston & The Venue Painting Team[4]
  • Grosvenor Estates[4]
  • Richard Williamson[4]
  • Dave Ladkin[4]
  • Promtside[4]
  • Printloft[4]
  • Rick Rogers[4]
  • Sonny Schneider[4]
  • Joel Newman[4]
  • Patrick Flaherty[4]
For BBC Studios[edit | edit source]
  • Stephen Davies - Managing Director, Consumer Products & Licensing[4]
  • Mat Way - Global Director, Live Entertainment[4]
  • Paula Al-Lach - Head of Global Franchises, Live Entertainment[4]
  • Jeff Parker - Creative Producer, Live Entertainment[4]
  • Cristina Muscat - Events Executive, Live Entertainment[4]
  • James Goss - Writer/Script Editor[4]
  • Vanessa Hamilton - Head of Brand, Doctor Who[4]
  • Gabby DeMatteis - Brand Editorial Manager, Doctor Who[4]
  • Sarah Bold - Head of Marketing, Global Franchises[4]
  • Olivia Georgiadis - Brands Executive[4]
  • Kate Bush - Head of Artist Relations[4]
  • Ross McGlinchey - Creative Development Executive[4]
  • Michael Hancock - Marketing Executive[4]
  • Charlotte Tromans - Publicist[4]
  • Luke Spillane - Digital Marketing Manager[4]
  • Paddy Freeland - Digital Marketing Executive[4]
  • Mira Nathwani - Business Affair Executive[4]
  • Carolyn Daffey - Senior Lawyer, Live Entertainment[4]
  • William Stancliffe - Lawyer, Live Entertainment[4]
With Special Thanks to:[edit | edit source]
  • Gail Bamlett, Johnathan Ogle, Robert John, Maria Trebilcock, Claire Brown, Louise Dufour, Ronan Chander, Philip Mooney, Rachael Ward, Louise Wright, Liam Dryden, Michael Fadda, Jonny Dover, Paul Barratt[4]
For BBC Studios - Doctor Who Production Team[edit | edit source]
Music[edit | edit source]

Though not credited in the show guide, music from Murray Gold is also featured within the show.[20]

Website Listed Crew[edit | edit source]

These names do not feature in the show guide, but have been credited on the website listings.

  • Stuart Boother - Fight Director[10]
  • Louise Duggan, Zands Duggan - Period Music Composers[10]
  • Ryan O'Conner - Art Director[10][16] [Misspelt as Ryan O'Connor on the website][21]
  • Mark Jones - Costume Supervisor[10]
  • Fiona Kingwill - Assistant Director[10]
  • Brodie Turner - Safeguarding Consultant[10]

Featured creatures/monsters[edit | edit source]

The number of creatures featured in a single individual's given experience of the story will vary based on their own choices, as well as their own decisions to explore outwith the plot.

Featured/visited locales[edit | edit source]

The number of locales featured in a single individual's given experience of the story will vary based on their own choices, as well as their own decisions to explore outwith the plot.

There are 17 different worlds[26]:

Story notes[edit | edit source]

  • Easter eggs in The Lonely Assassins video game reference this stage play's plot.
  • To research for writing Time Fracture, Dingsdale watched over 400 episodes of Doctor Who.[1]
  • John Barrowman reprised his role as Captain Jack Harkness in a pre-recorded video segment, but it was removed from the show shortly before the opening date.[32] According to Daniel Dingsdale, "when that decision was made there were changes made within the story to fill that – that section – and there’s something very exciting that’s happening – that is indeed at this moment happening. We’ve got some more filming to do, which I think people will be very excited about."[17] This appears to have been referring to the addition of Alex Kingston reprising her role as River Song on 15 June 2021.[6]
  • Some of the set dressing was original screen-used props, whilst other items were replicas.[1]
  • During the interval, a Silurian and a blue woman named Celeste sing several songs to entertain the audience members.
  • The initial printing of the Time Fracture show companion guide omitted several crew members' credits. This was fixed by 6 June 2021 in subsequent printings since.

Easter eggs[edit | edit source]

  • In one of the areas, there were several walls of graffiti containing numerous references including; "Bad Wolf", "Torchwood",[33] "When I Say Run" (in reference to dialogue in The Invasion), "Mr Smith I Need You" (in reference to The Sarah Jane Adventures),[31] "Hello Sweetie", "Geronimo", "Are You My Mummy?",[34] and "The Doctor Donna".[35]
  • William Shakespeare is a featured character that audience members may encounter.[36]
  • Posters for Vitex, Kerb!am and the "Vote Saxon" campaign are featured in areas.[20]
  • Queen Elizabeth wears the Coronet of Rassilon at one point in the production.
  • Both a Torchwood Institute agent and a Time Agent are featured within paths of the story.
  • Props featured in the Black Archive area include; Clockwork Droid masks, Handles, the Tunguska Scroll, Amy Pond's sonic probe, a Dalek "tommy gun" (from Evolution of the Daleks), a Betamax recorder (from The Idiot's Lantern) and the Osgood boxes.
  • Props featured in Da Vinci's study include; the Chinese Puzzle Box (from Mona Lisa's Revenge).
  • Props featured in the Torchwood Hub include; Owen Harper's labcoat and Object 1.
  • Props featured in the Borlls' Imporium include; a chair from the Eleventh Doctor's first TARDIS console room, parts of the Lazarus Machine, Cassandra's frame.
  • Props featured in the 1940s London area include; a miniature version of the gates from 76 Totter's Lane and a clock from Sardicktown.
  • Malcolm Taylor's office is also featured prior to entering the story.

Footnotes[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 BBC Breakfast, 28 May 2021
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 https://www.radiotimes.com/tv/sci-fi/doctor-who-time-fracture-preview/
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 https://www.doctorwho.tv/news/?article=the-doctors-join-immersive-west-end-show-time-fracture#_
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  8. 8.0 8.1 https://twitter.com/dwtimefracture/status/1393144499715592199
  9. https://twitter.com/im_atardis_man/status/1396881670888906755
  10. 10.00 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 10.11 10.12 10.13 10.14 10.15 10.16 10.17 10.18 10.19 10.20 10.21 10.22 10.23 10.24 10.25 10.26 10.27 10.28 10.29 10.30 10.31 10.32 10.33 10.34 10.35 10.36 10.37 10.38 10.39 10.40 10.41 10.42 10.43 10.44 10.45 10.46 10.47 10.48 10.49 10.50 10.51 10.52 10.53 10.54 10.55 10.56 10.57 10.58 10.59 10.60 10.61 10.62 10.63 10.64 10.65 10.66 10.67 10.68 10.69 10.70 10.71 10.72 10.73 10.74 10.75 10.76 10.77 10.78 10.79 10.80 10.81 10.82 https://web.archive.org/web/20210528002142/https://www.immersivedoctorwho.com/cast-creative
  11. https://twitter.com/angusdunican/status/1398758909469470723?s=21
  12. https://web.archive.org/web/20210528013142/https://www.spotlight.com/0456-8976-2876
  13. https://web.archive.org/web/20210528012535/https://www.spotlight.com/7977-5618-3046
  14. https://web.archive.org/web/20210528011941/http://www.spotlight.com/2610-1201-9749
  15. https://web.archive.org/web/20210528014615/https://www.spotlight.com/1017-1273-9257
  16. 16.0 16.1 Time Fracture show companion guide (first print run)
  17. 17.0 17.1 https://www.denofgeek.com/tv/time-fracture-its-a-love-letter-to-all-of-doctor-who-from-william-hartnell-to-jodie-whittaker/
  18. https://twitter.com/thatpropsguy/status/1399073218862985219
  19. https://twitter.com/thatpropsguy/status/1399084206467203076
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WhSaiioZsY
  21. https://twitter.com/thatpropsguy
  22. https://www.facebook.com/DWtimefracture/photos/bc.AbpoqzRCtTAGyGwzxu2x1493hRTexDQXzN9kZ0z_22N8J3jxSdIK2rhgGUdQVDuaqP_qBzYYoFfj0uSYsrt8Y1Fgye99vhe-rwububFqKO0EMX-IYlKph7lMkj_vu42aPe5ShlnOYYDNEdatkNwctvImTYUvS6qnQMLL1jA-i21_hg/490644445710253/?opaqueCursor=Abp-sJoOXUQl2WhOr64tesxRYSsaryeAzOKDfWMJyBGdUWzPO9BLIsn6JhZPb2_GfW9mgAROLkfY-tDk9jO_QwuJib4P8gJU7G-8t7o3BxZv2IKPkyR0Ui9gfj_tkeQsl0sSGE9WBOEySV9ETXqNeajutlJr37BDsSBZLnL1v6dj1vzMeh0ULjcXMeXyeKANdsA_RjdvgwOV1HxhQP39n21mW4SPUWBvfYnjoQP7WfJZMIYakOz08izIx9gVHEcYdAz_XvDikv-1d2YMe-8MyUnt597evNP9AqETAvzPnHx5lRQlZpYAJQ_vAIM3pwUq3yz_YwvJAaS2eMLQNSw-_xzMfSgVMJBHUWWl-bK92p8RKmMR9JCI1H0kHxXoiqPqx-RQF-Gw7NRDoN8FAv_Gew2zB33k0CHuMV4t6Br_yWBFpftoctk5SvpU1YBc2GVJVxbZXkiOEDw6SFm2hIYW7eDQBhh9dCaWmah_tq_J6tFrBMbENVlWbtd4BlHLbGJ9zn0
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  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 27.3 https://www.radiotimes.com/tv/sci-fi/doctor-who-time-fracture-secret-villain-location-newsupdate/
  28. https://www.radiotimes.com/tv/sci-fi/first-look-doctor-who-time-fracture-newsupdate/
  29. https://web.archive.org/web/20210528000703/https://twitter.com/GerardGroves/status/1398067619937259521
  30. https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=158883462909340&set=pcb.158884226242597
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 https://www.instagram.com/p/CPV2EtdlgJj/
  32. https://www.immersivedoctorwho.com/faq
  33. https://www.facebook.com/Rebecca-Brower-Production-Stage-Design-197923063568420/photos/pcb.4496215567072460/4496195500407800/
  34. https://www.instagram.com/p/CPemjRvngSs/
  35. https://blooloop.com/brands-ip/news/doctor-who-time-fracture-first-look-images/
  36. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p09gxgj5

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