Doctor Who: The Demons of Red Lodge

Production details

  • First broadcast
  • BBC Radio 4 Extra
  • 10, 17, 24 Oct & 7 Nov 2015
  • Format
  • 4 × 30 min audio play
  • Production company
  • Big Finish Productions
  • Recording studio
  • The Moat Studios
  • Date released
  • December 2010
  • Written by
  • Jason Arnopp
  • Rick Briggs
  • William Gallagher
  • John Dorney
  • Directed by
  • Ken Bentley
  • Sound design & music
  • Richard Fox & Lauren Yason
  • Producer
  • David Richardson
  • Executive producers
  • Jason Haigh-Ellery
  • Nicholas Briggs
  • Cover art
  • Simon Holub

Cast

  • The Doctor
  • Peter Davison
  • Nyssa
  • Sarah Sutton
  • The Demons of Red Lodge
  • Emily Cobham
  • Ivy Cobham
  • Susan Kyd
  • Villagers
  • Duncan Wisbey
  • John Dorney
  • The Entropy Composition
  • Erisi
  • Andree Bernard
  • Naloom
  • Ian Brooker
  • Mrs Moloney
  • Joanna Munro
  • Geoff Cooper
  • James Fleet
  • Doing Time
  • Janson Hart
  • John Dorney
  • Governor Chaplin
  • Susan Kyd
  • Dask
  • Judge
  • Jabreth
  • Hobbling Pete
  • Duncan Wisbey
  • Special Features
  • Martin Ashcroft
  • Sir Jack Merrivale
  • James Fleet
  • Professor Bromley
  • Narrator
  • Ian Brooker
  • Johanna Bourke
  • Carlotta
  • Joanna Munro
  • Mr Pinfield
  • Yokel
  • Running Man
  • Carriage Driver
  • John Dorney

Synopsis

The Demons of Red Lodge is a collection of four short plays.

Sarah Sutton, James Fleet, Peter Davison.

The Demons of Red Lodge

Written by Jason Arnopp

A long, dark night in 17th century Suffolk for the TARDIS travellers – when they find something nasty outside the woodshed.

The Entropy Composition

Written by Rick Briggs

A lost prog rock symphony is unearthed from the vaults – with catastrophic consequences for the entire cosmos.

Doing Time

Written by William Gallagher

On the planet Folly, justice catches up with criminal mastermind ‘The Doctor’ – but can he endure a year in the jug?

Special Features

Written by John Dorney

At last, the cult 1970s horror anthology Doctor Demonic’s Tales of Terror is set for release on DVD, complete with a commentary from director Martin Ashcroft, leading actors Sir Jack Merrivale and Johanna Bourke, plus the film's historical adviser – the mysterious ‘Dr John Smith’!