3.1 Absent Friends by John Dorney
Earth. The late 20th century. Across the world, the mobile phone is
gaining popularity as more and more people decide to join the digital
age. But for the residents of a sleepy English town sitting in the shade
of a new transmission mast, that ubiquity has a troubling cost.
When the TARDIS veers off-course, the Doctor and his companions find
themselves in the middle of a mystery. Sometimes the past comes back to
haunt you. And sometimes the future does as well.
3.2 The Eighth Piece by Matt Fitton
15th Century Prague: in the castle dungeons, a prisoner raves about the
end of the world. Outside, Liv Chenka seeks out the workshop of a
strange Clockmaker to see what he is creating.
England, 1538: Lord Thomas Cromwell finds his duties interrupted by
otherworldly forces – clockwork soldiers, an unusual nun, and a
mysterious scholar calling himself ‘the Doctor’. Perhaps the truth can
be extracted in the torture chamber of London’s Bloody Tower?
Rome, 2016: Helen Sinclair has an appointment with an enigmatic
Professor, whose greatest work is almost complete. Only the Eighth Piece
3.3 The Doomsday Chronometer by Matt Fitton
While River Song takes Helen on an archaeological expedition like no
other, the Doctor finds himself enlisted by an alien Queen to save her
Trapped and alone, Liv stares death in the face as she meets the enemy
who’s been dogging the TARDIS travellers’ footsteps throughout Earth’s
The Doomsday Chronometer has been protected for five centuries: secret
cults and societies jealously guarding its mystery. But what is their
real purpose? The Doctor is about to discover the truth…
3.4. The Crucible of Souls by John Dorney
The date has been set.
The trap has been sprung.
A life has been taken and a maniac is on the loose.
With the TARDIS crew separated and in terrible trouble, will today be the day the bad guys win?
Written By: John Dorney, Matt Fitton
Directed By: Ken Bentley
Paul McGann (The Doctor), Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Hattie Morahan (Helen Sinclair), Alex Kingston (River Song), Jeremy Clyde (George), Ian Puleston-Davies (Angus Selwyn), Richard Hope (Phillip Cook/Kal), Anna Acton (Kate Drury), John Shrapnel (Thomas Cromwell), Kasia Koleczek (Apolena), Glen McCready (Solvers/Abbot), Emma D'Inverno (Rosalia), Tim McMullan (Octavian), Janie Dee (Risolva), Robert Bathurst (Padrac), John Heffernan (The Imposter) and Nicholas Woodeson (The Clocksmith). Other parts portrayed by the cast.