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We Are The Daleks was the two hundred and first story in Big Finish's monthly range. It was written by Jonathan Morris and featured Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor and Bonnie Langford as Melanie Bush

It featured the return of Mel who last appeared with the Seventh Doctor nearly a decade earlier in 2006's Red. In the intervening years, Mel had appeared in multiple audio stories with the Sixth Doctor.

Publisher's summary Edit

The year is 1987, and Britain is divided. In Bradford, striker are picketing and clashing with the police. In the city of London, stockbrokers are drinking champagne and politicians are courting the super-rich. The mysterious media mogul Alek Zenos, head of the Zenos Corporation, is offering Britain an economic miracle. His partners wish to invest – and their terms are too good to refuse.

While the Doctor investigates Warfleet, a new computer game craze that is sweeping the nation, Mel goes undercover to find out the truth about Zenos's partners.

The Daleks have a new paradigm. They intend to conquer the universe using economic power. The power of the free market!

Plot Edit

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Cast Edit

References Edit

Daleks Edit

  • The Daleks use a time corridor to travel to London.
  • The Daleks do not recognise the Doctor initially based on his physiognomy, indicating that they have not yet encountered him following his regeneration.
  • The Daleks have a Supreme Council.

The Doctor Edit

Mel Bush Edit

United Kingdom Edit

Skaro Edit

  • Niles Bunbury believes that Skaro looks like "something from a Dan Dare annual."
  • Thal refugees from Skaro inhabit the world of Callico Nine, a Dalek slave world. The only Thals who remain on Skaro are slaves.

Technology Edit

  • Brinsley believes that Warfleet is the most realistic video game ever made.

Notes Edit

  • This story was recorded on 5 and 6 January 2015 at The Moat Studios.
  • The story makes use of pre-title sequences, a format used occasionally by Big Finish and the television series during the original run in the 1980s.
  • It is noted in the CD extras that this story is now a "historical" story in the same way Remembrance of the Daleks was and a similar amount of time existed between the publish date and the date this story is set.

Continuity Edit

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