Season 4 – Episode 1 – Viracocha

“An ancient culture bears witness to an ancient legend. In the days of the Incan empire The Doctor and Amanda meet an alien woman with a mysterious agenda and must race to save a civilisation from the wrath of their God, Viracocha.”

Written By Paul Mannering

Produced, Engineered and Directed by Stevie K. Farnaby (AKA SKiFfle)

Starring Mark Kalita as The Doctor, and Robin Carlisle as Amanda Waterfield

Supporting Cast :-
Tim Rowe as Viracocha
Doug Manllen as Inti
Lyn Cullen as Pacha
Damaris Mannering as Tanta

And also featuring appearances by Stevie K. Mandy, and Josh Farnaby as The Crowd

Main Theme :-
The Mark Kalita Doctor Who Theme by Stevie K. Farnaby (AKA SKiFfle), Jay Ellington-Lee (AKA JEL), and Neaman Lyles, based on the original Theme by Delia Derbyshire & Ron Grainer.

Jay Ellington-Lee and Neaman Lyles appear courtesy of “The P-38s

Other Music :-
Also used in this Episode were “I’m going Slightly Mad” by Queen and Peruvian Music by Cusco

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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2 Responses to Season 4 – Episode 1 – Viracocha

  1. Just wanted to say, THANK YOU. I’m currently listening to S4/E1 at this time and the opening sequence was NOTHING BUT BRILLIANT. Thank you.

    The main thing that attracts me to this podcast is how you incorporate modern DW along w/ elements from all other incarnations. I remember hearing an episode and saying, HEY that is from episode this/that… and I’ve been hooked ever since.

    Currently listening to the entire series (once again), this series is a great series and I can listen to it over and over and over… thank you for the memories.

    • stevie says:

      Why thank you for the kind words Thomas,

      Truly do appreciate it, and glad U’re enjoying the series.

      And yeah, I truly am thrilled about how well the new title sequence sounds. Kinda cool to have gotten an Ex-Radiophonic Workshop member to collaborate on that with me.

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