The Doctor's Companions

Kamelion Peri Melanie
Planet of Fire (5th Dr story) - Trial of a Timelord (Mindwarp) (6th Dr Story)
Peri
Peri
(1984 - 1986)
Nicola Bryant
Nicola Bryant was born in 1960 in Guildford, Surrey. She began her training in dance and music at the age of three, studying classical ballet, then jazz and tap dance, the piano, flute and guitar, and finally acting at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. It was during her time at drama school, that she married the Broadway singer, Scott Kennedy, although they later separated. It was at drama school that she was spotted by an agent, Terry Carney (William Hartnell's Grand-daughter's husband), and asked to audition for the part of Peri in Doctor Who. She won the part thanks to her spending a year in a US school and her ability to do a decent American – thus accent making her a natural for the part of American college student Perpugilliam Brown.

Since leaving the show, she has spent most of her time on stage, appearing in such productions as Killing Jessica, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Twelfth Night, Come on Jeeves, So Long on Lonely Street, and The Great Gatsby. While on television she appeared in Blackadder's Christmas Carol (1988) as well as returning to the role of Peri in the Thirtieth-Anniversary Children In Need special "Dimensions in Time", in 1993. She has also appeared in three highly successful "Stranger" videos and "The Airzone Solution" with Colin Baker. She also has sung with Colin Baker, Anthony Ainley, Nicholas Courtney and a number of British pop stars on the "Doctor in Distress" record.

In 1995, she appeared as Martine in the children's series The Biz and in 2000 and 2005 she made a guest appearance in an episode of Casualty. Other guest appearances on television include medical dramas: Holby City (2007 and 2010), Doctors (2000 and 2010) and the comedy My Family (2009 and 2010).

She can also be heard playing Peri in a number of Doctor Who audio stories released by Big Finish Productions – many again alongside Colin Baker.
 Although the most obviously significant detail about Peri is that she was The Doctor’s first American companion (Although the actress who played her was British), her time in the TARDIS made it clear that she deserved to be recognised for far more than her background, Peri demonstrating an exceptional strength of will on multiple occasions that made her well-suited for the difficulties of travelling through time and space.

Planet of Fire
Planet of Fire
Prior to her first trip in the TARDIS, Peri was an American botany student accompanying her step-father Howard on an archaeological survey trip as he attempted to excavate a wreck that had recently been discovered off the coast of Spain. Although later sources have implied that Howard had sexually abused Peri when she was younger ("Shell Shock"), their relationship by the time she became an adult was relatively stable, if strained, Peri accompanying Howard on some of his trips. However, Peri’s life was permanently altered when Howard attempted to stop her joining a couple of boys she’d met in their hotel the night before on a three-month trip around Europe for the rest of the holidays by leaving her on his boat before she could head to the airport to talk with them, prompting Peri to try and swim for the shore with a mysterious cylinder Howard had recently recovered from the bottom of the sea in the hope that it would finance her trip; Peri nearly drowned when she suffered a cramp part-way to the shore, and was only saved by the intervention of the Fifth Doctor’s companion Turlough - the TARDIS had been tracking an alien signal that was being broadcast by the cylinder she was carrying -, Turlough taking her into the TARDIS to recover and forgetting to reveal her presence to The Doctor before they left Earth ("Planet of Fire"). Although the subsequent adventure resulted in Peri being forced to confront The Master as he used the body of The Doctor’s android companion Kamelion against his fellow companions, culminating in The Doctor being forced to destroy Kamelion to prevent The Master using him again, Peri nevertheless decided to travel with The Doctor after Turlough parted ways with the Time Lord to return to his people, recognising that she could experience more adventure and see more new places with The Doctor than she ever could experience at home.

The Caves of Androzani
The Caves of Androzani
Initially, Peri’s time in the TARDIS, while challenging, was nevertheless enjoyable; she was even responsible for The Doctor gaining another companion in the form of Erimem, a would-be Egyptian Pharaoh who was deposed in favour of her illegitimate brother before her official coronation, Peri suggesting that Erimem join them in their travels so that she could see the world without worrying about people recognising her as a former pharaoh ("The Eye of the Scorpion"). During their time together, Peri came to see Erimem as a sister despite the occasional tension between them due to their different backgrounds and perspectives, Peri even teaching Erimem learn how to read English during their travels. While Peri sometimes had trouble understanding how Erimem could respect some of the more brutal cultures they encountered in their time with The Doctor, such as witches who practised human sacrifice ("Nekromanteia") later being shocked at Erimem’s suggestion that they kill themselves when they were forced to pose as the ‘Princes’ in the tower ("The Kingmaker"), in general the two were always close, Peri describing Erimem as the best friend she’d ever had when the time came for her to leave the TARDIS ("The Bride of Peladon"). However, she experienced a more personal loss when her mother was killed by the remnants of a Cyberman conversion egg just when Peri was planning to return home, leaving Peri with nothing to go back to on Earth and prompting her to resume her travels with The Doctor, who at least partly understood her sorrow even if he couldn’t completely relate to it ("The Reaping").

Although she didn’t always get the chance to explore it, Peri’s interest in botany was also developed in her time with The Doctor, The Doctor spending some time on a deserted planet just to give Peri the chance to collect some fossilised plant samples from it ("Exotron"). She also enjoyed the chance to explore the elaborate gardens of the planet Esselven Minor - although she ran into trouble when she incorrectly complimented a plant that was meant to be displayed only as a sign of mourning - ("Palace of the Red Sun"), as well as expressing an interest in a planet with a nitrogen-based atmosphere because of the obvious differences that would exist when compared to the plants of her world ("Red Dawn"). Her botanical knowledge also proved useful when competing in a ‘word game’ on a planet where words were virtually currency, Peri’s ability to come up with more words beginning with ‘peri’ allowing her to triumph over her opponent in the brief contest ("...ish").

Attack of the Cybermen
Attack of the Cybermen
Ironically, the most difficult part of Peri’s time in the TARDIS was in the form of her relationship with The Doctor. Although she was forced to recognise his fundamentally alien morality when he made a deal with the human-eating Valethske ("Superior Beings"), they still enjoyed a good relationship - Peri admitting at one point that she had a slight crush on him at this point ("Blue Box") - until The Doctor sacrificed his fifth life to save her, the two having contracted the lethal disease spectrox toximea and The Doctor only managing to acquire enough of the antidote to save one of them ("The Caves of Androzani"). Although regeneration has always been a difficult experience for The Doctor, things were particularly difficult on this occasion - speculated by fans to be the result of spectrox toximea having a particularly violent effect on Time Lords -, the Sixth Doctor actually attempting to strangle Peri at one point when he briefly became convinced that she was an alien who had infiltrated his ship, and subsequently ‘deciding’ to exile the two of them to an isolated planet on little more than a random impulse based on his sudden surge of guilt over the attack ("The Twin Dilemma"). Even after the worst of The Doctor’s post-regenerative fits passed, it took some time for the two companions to settle back into a comfortable travelling relationship, their subsequent relationship being based primarily on arguments with each other, such as The Doctor travelling to locations simply because he wanted to without consulting Peri, or making a variety of mistakes while carrying out repairs to the TARDIS - including a brief period where he partially repaired the chameleon circuit only to find his ship turning into forms that not only refused to blend in but made it hard to work out how he was meant to enter the ship in the first place ("Attack of the Cybermen") -, even if they still made it clear that they cared about each other when it really counted. Their relationship eventually began to improve when The Doctor realised that he was pushing Peri away because he subconsciously blamed her for his fifth self’s death, apologising to Peri for his old treatment of her and admitting that he was glad she was still alive ("Burning Heart"), later taking her on a prolonged trip to London in 1936 to both investigate historical interference from the mysterious Players and give Peri a chance to relax and experience high society ("Players").

While Peri could come across as the stereotypical classic companion at first glance, often screaming when confronted with some of the dangers of TARDIS travel and preferring to stay close to The Doctor, she demonstrated a greater strength than might be expected on more than one occasion, generally only hampered in physical confrontations by her reluctance to actually do physical damage to her opponents ("Palace of the Red Sun"). More than once, she showed a surprising ability to take charge of a situation in The Doctor’s absence, such as rallying a group of colonists who had lived in almost total isolation all their lives to leave their comfort zones and investigate the problems facing their colony ("Three’s a Crowd"), or helping an alternate version of Ptolmey Caesar - the son of Julius Caesar and Cleopatra - contact his supporters after she and The Doctor found themselves trapped on a duplicated Earth - later named Terra Nova - created by The Doctor’s enemy The Rani with the aid of a matter-duplicating entity ("State of Change"). On another occasion, she was able to convince Nerus, the ruler of a group of mer-people, to save the crew of a recently destroyed ship even after their actions lead to the death of his daughter Amy - although Peri and The Doctor were able to save her daughter Galatea -, arguing that the crew would be too disorientated from their near-death experience to reveal the existence of mer-people ("Cryptobiosis") Her bond with The Doctor was so great that Peri swiftly understood The Doctor’s plan to defeat a sound-based entity by creating a counter-frequency to disrupt its attempts to transmit itself based on only a few casual comments that The Doctor had made in a confrontation with their current enemy ("Whispers of Terror").

Vengeance on Varos
Vengeance on Varos
Even when she was abducted by the renegade Time Lord Morbius to serve as his ‘consort’, Peri not only managed to trick him into letting her go, but went on to become the leader of the resistance against Morbius’s occupation on the planet Sylvana, keeping Morbius’s men occupied for almost a year until The Doctor’s own army arrived ("Warmonger"). When she and The Doctor were later separated on the planet Esselven Minor, Peri being taken hostage by the local gardening robots while The Doctor managed to find a robot who had developed sentience, Peri managed to escape captivity and make contact with the planet’s human population, leading them to the central Palace that apparently controlled the robots to find out the truth about their past and end the oppression that they had endured for decades ("Palace of the Red Sun"). During their first encounter with The Rani, Peri was able to successfully hold both her and The Master at gunpoint for a time despite having only just escaped being turned into a tree ("The Mark of the Rani"). In her second confrontation with The Rani, Peri had to confront a particularly difficult experience when the unstable environment of the duplicate Earth created by The Rani’s experiments caused her body to complete its old transformation into a bird-creature from her experience on Varos, Peri’s new form gaining the ability to fly while also leaving her struggling with her more feral instincts, although she eventually overcame them ("State of Change"). A more amusing encounter saw Peri being briefly stuck in The Doctor’s body due to a malfunction in the TARDIS telepathic circuits, Peri successfully bluffing through a confrontation with the Javaman, the ruler of the local planet who wanted ‘The Doctor’ to give him the secrets of time travel, while The Doctor sabotaged his equipment ("Turnabout is Fair Play").

Throughout the show’s history, Peri remains the companion who attracted the most ‘romantic interest’ from the individuals that she and The Doctor encountered, although most of these men were only interested in her physically. Aside from Morbius, she also had to deal with the attention of The Borad, a mutated scientist who sought to turn her into a creature like himself in the belief that she had the strength of spirit to serve as his mate ("Timelash"), caught the lecherous eye of Chief Enbalmer Jobel on the mortuary Tranquil Repose ("Revelation of the Daleks"), and even the disfigured arms dealer Sharaz Jek was moved to rescue her and The Doctor from execution due to his admiration for Peri’s beauty ("The Caves of Androzani"). Even the interest she attracted from her and The Doctor’s current allies could prove difficult, Kel - a hunter from a primitive society - attempting to claim her as his bride according to his people’s traditions and forcing Peri to fight his friend Nerla ("Palace of the Red Sun"). Despite this, she was still able to form more platonic relationships with such people as the Governor of the planet Varos ("Vengeance on Varos"), or Ptolmey, Peri admitting later on that she had actually been slightly attracted to Ptolmey even if she couldn’t live in his society ("State of Change").

The Trial of a Time Lord: Mindwarp
The Trial of a Time Lord: Mindwarp
Interestingly enough, the circumstances under which Peri and The Doctor parted company are confusing, as The Doctor did not leave Peri of his own free will; during their last adventure together on the planet Thoros-Beta, The Doctor was taken out of time by a renegade faction of the Gallifreyian High Council and sentenced to a sham trial where the prosecutor was The Valeyard, his own dark future self. With his memories of his activities prior to being brought before the court hazy as a result of his removal from time, The Doctor was initially uncertain where Peri was ("The Trial of a Time Lord: The Mysterious Planet"), only for The Valeyard’s subsequent evidence of his recent activities - recorded through the TARDIS’s connection to the Matrix - to reveal that, after being exposed to technology belonging to his old enemy Sil, The Doctor had apparently allowed Peri to be taken by Sil so that she could provide a new body for Sil’s superior, Kiv, to save himself from the same fate, Peri’s body subsequently being killed by Yrcanos, a warrior king who had fallen in love with her, out of rage at what had happened to her because the Time Lords had summoned The Doctor before he could reach Peri to help her ("The Trial of a Time Lord: Mindwarp"). However, it was later revealed that The Valeyard had been manipulating evidence in order to turn the trial against The Doctor by exploiting his own knowledge of The Doctor’s affection for Peri to put him emotionally off-balance, The Master - seeking The Valeyard’s elimination as he regarded him as more dangerous than The Doctor - claiming that Peri had actually survived and married Yrcanos ("The Trial of a Time Lord: The Ultimate Foe").

The Trial of a Time Lord: The Ultimate Foe
The Trial of a Time Lord: The Ultimate Foe
Despite this tale of Peri’s survival, The Doctor never actually returned to check on her himself; as he later told subsequent companion Grant Markham, he preferred to imagine that Peri was fine rather than take the chance of learning that she was actually dead ("Schroedinger’s Botanist"). After their parting, The Doctor heard various conflicting reports about what had happened to Peri, ranging from Yrcanos becoming a professional wrestler to an encounter with her grandchildren or a meeting with an old Peri who was resigned to a loveless marriage. An explanation for some of these conflicting reports was provided when it was revealed that competing factions of Time Lords had re-written Peri’s life in a variety of ways after The Doctor’s trial, creating multiple versions of Peri. The Doctor and Peri actually encountered one of these other selves while they travelled together, this Peri having been sent back to Earth with her memories of all but her first trip with The Doctor erased (Much like what happened to the Second Doctor’s companions Jamie and Zoe ("The War Games")), going on to become a talk show host in the 21st century ("Peri and the Piscon Paradox"). The Peri who appears to have been the ‘real’ Peri was eventually reunited with the Seventh Doctor when he and current companion Chris Cwej were investigating the mysterious ‘Toys’, blank slates designed to mimic the emotional states of others. Frustrated with life on Kron’tep, Peri traced rumours of the last actions of Moriah, a former King of Kron’tep who had fled his people after his wife Petruska committed suicide, and discovered a time tunnel leading to Earth in the late twentieth century. With Peri’s help, The Doctor realised that the Toys had been created by Moriah as part of an attempt to resurrect Petruska, although his attempt to help Moriah create a new Petruska failed because of Moriah’s own guilt and belief that he deserved his punishment, culminating in him being torn apart by his flawed creations. Despite her anger at The Doctor for leaving her so abruptly, Peri accepted his apologetic explanation that he had initially assumed she was happy and then forgotten about her over time, The Doctor taking Peri back to her own time so that she could travel around the world at her leisure as the two old friends made their peace ("Bad Therapy").

Despite the confusion of her departure, Peri was nevertheless a close and dear companion to The Doctor, standing by him through one of his most difficult regenerations and demonstrating a strength of character that allowed her to face even such dangerous foes as The Master, The Rani, The Borad, and Davros when the situation required her to. 

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Television Stories
Format Story Doctor Fellow Companions Season Episodes
Television Planet of Fire The 5th Doctor Turlough and Kamelion Season 21 4
Television The Caves of Androzani The 6th Doctor   Season 21 4
Television The Twin Dilemma The 6th Doctor   Season 21 4
Television Attack of the Cybermen The 6th Doctor   Season 22 2
Television Vengeance on Varos The 6th Doctor   Season 22 2
Television The Mark of the Rani The 6th Doctor   Season 22 2
Television The Two Doctors The 6th Doctor   Season 22 3
Television Timelash The 6th Doctor   Season 22 2
Television Revelation of the Daleks The 6th Doctor   Season 22 2
Television The Trial of a Time Lord parts 1 - 4
(The Mysterious Planet)
The 6th Doctor   Season 23 4
Television The Trial of a Time Lord parts 5 - 8
(Mindwarp)
The 6th Doctor   Season 23 4
Total Stories:   11 Total Episodes:   33
Other Stories
Format Story Doctor Fellow Companions Season Source
Book Sagittarius: Five Card Draw The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Light at the End of the Tunnel The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Black and White The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book The Church of Football The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Leap Second
The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Hot Ice
The 5th Doctor   Season 21 More Short Trips
Audio Red Dawn The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Exotron The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Urban Myths The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book The Ultimate Treasure The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Past Doctors Stories
Book A Town Called Eternity
The 5th Doctor   Season 21 Short Trips and Side Steps
Book The Canvey Angels
The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book (10:10) A Life in the Day
The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio The Eye of the Scorpion The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Church and the Crown The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Nekromanteia The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book Blood and Hope The 5th Doctor Erimem Season 21 Telos Publishing
Audio The Axis of Insanity The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book Graham Dilley Saves the World
The 5th Doctor Erimem Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio The Roof of the World The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book The Gangster's Story
The 5th Doctor Erimem Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio Three’s a Crowd The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Council of Nicaea The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Kingmaker The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Veiled Leopard The 5th Doctor Ace, Erimem and Hex
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Son of the Dragon The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Mind’s Eye The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book Far Away in a Manger
The 5th Doctor Erimem Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio The Bride of Peladon The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Mission of the Viyrans The 5th Doctor Erimem
Season 21 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book Methuselah
The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Fascination
The 5th Doctor   Season 21 Decalog
Book Superior Beings The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Past Doctors Stories
Book Warmonger The 5th Doctor   Season 21 The Past Doctors Stories
Audio Wet Walls The 5th Doctor  
Season 21
The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book See No Evil
The 6th Doctor   Season 21 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Avarice: Telling Tales
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Grave Matter The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Past Doctors Stories
Book Moon Graffiti
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 More Short Trips
Book Shell Shock
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Book Burning Heart The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Missing Adventures
Book House
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Synthespians™ The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Past Doctors Stories
Book Players The 2nd Doctor &
The 6th Doctor
  Season 22 The Past Doctors Stories
Book Blue Box The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Past Doctors Stories
Audio Cryptobiosis The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book The Reproductive Cycle
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book The Stars Our Contamination
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio Year of the Pig The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book Timeshare
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Decalog
Audio Vigil
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Book Turnabout is Fair Play
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Short Trips and Side Steps
Book Gold and Black Ooze
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book The Ruins of Heaven
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book A Star is Reborn
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio Slipback
The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio Recorded Time The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio Paradoxicide The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio A Most Excellent Match The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio Question Marks The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio 1963: The Space Race The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio Breaking Bubbles The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio Of Chaos Time The The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio An Eye for Murder The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio The Curious Incident of the Doctor in the Night-Time The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio The Widow's Assassin The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio Masters of Earth The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio The Rani Elite The 6th Doctor   Season 22 Miscellaneous Stories
Book The Nightmare Fair The 6th Doctor   Season 23 Miscellaneous Stories
Book The Ultimate Evil
The 6th Doctor   Season 23 Miscellaneous Stories
Book Mission to Magnus The 6th Doctor   Season 23 Miscellaneous Stories
Audio Leviathan The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Hollows of Time The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Paradise 5 The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Point of Entry The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Song of Megaptera The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Macros The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Whispers of Terror The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio ...ish The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Reaping The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book State of Change The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Missing Adventures
Book Palace of the Red Sun The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Past Doctors Stories
Book CHAOS
The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Pisces: The Stabber
The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Strange Attractor
The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio Her Final Flight The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book Old Boys
The 6th Doctor Melanie Bush and Evelyn Smythe Season 23 The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio Peri and the Piscon Paradox The 6th Doctor   Season 23 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book A Handful of Stardust The 3rd Doctor  
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Miscellaneous Stories
Book Bad Therapy The 7th Doctor Chris Cwej Season 26 The New Adventures
Audio Murmurs of Earth The 6th Doctor  
-
The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Guardians of Prophecy The 6th Doctor  
-
The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Power Play The 6th Doctor Victoria Waterfield
-
The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The First Sontarans The 6th Doctor  
-
The Big Finish Audio Stories
Total Stories:   94
 
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