Episode 8 – The Quorum of Time – Part 2

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A thousand years is a long time by anyone’s reckoning and even being time’s champion can take its toll.

In the course of thirteen incarnations, The Doctor has explored all the mysteries of time and space, save one. Now, coming full circle with events realized by his seventh self amid an Arthurian battlefield, he now faces the ultimate Lords of Time and a chance at power beyond imagination. All he has to do…is die.

Join BrokenSea Audio Productions for its third season grand finale and witness the most powerful event in The Doctor’s fabled life as he confronts both his past and his fate in The Quorum of Time – Part 2.

Written by Paul Mannering & Mark Kalita With Additional Concepts suggested by Stevie K. Farnaby

Produced, Directed and Engineered by Stevie K. Farnaby

Starring :
Mark Kalita as The Doctor & Omega
Robin Carlisle as Amanda Waterfield
Doug Manllen as King Arthur
Cary Ayers as Mordred
Bernadette M. Groves as Morgaine
Chris Barnes as Ancelyn
Stevie K. Farnaby as Merlin & Peter

And a Very Special Guest Star :-
The Incomparable Julian Bane as Rasillon

Music:-
The Dr. Who Theme Gold Versus Howell recorded by Darthjedi 2005, based on the original Theme by Ron Grainer and realised by Delia Derbyshire. Also used in this episode were various Lute recordings by Franscesca Torelli and Ambient Electronic pieces by Kirsty Harkshaw Arthurian Music by Stevie K. Farnaby (AKA SKiFfle)

This episode is dedicated to the memory of Joseph A. Kalita: 1946-2010. “Walk in Eternity.”

The following Audio Drama is rated PG-13 (Persons Younger than 13 Should be
Accompanied by an Adult). For more info:
http://theaudiodramadirectory.com/ratings/

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3 Responses to Episode 8 – The Quorum of Time – Part 2

  1. Peter Thomas says:

    Very interesting episode full of lovely continuety throughout the series of Doctor Who. Especially liked the setting up of the events in Doctor No 7’s adventure ‘Battlefield’ from 1989 written by Ben Arronovich

    Well done to all concerned

  2. Georgie says:

    I am so glad that Doctor Who from BrokenSea is finally back!! BTW You might want to change the font colour on the ‘leave a reply’ section to black (against the white boxes).

  3. Bill Hollweg says:

    One of my faves to Date from Stevie, MArk, Paul et all on WHO- thanks for the kind words!

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