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Alaya
Alaya
 In 2015, the most ambitious drilling project in history is under way. Dr. Nasreen Chaudhry and her team have reached 21 kilometres into the Earth’s crust - but something is stirring far below.

 Amy Pond discovers there’s nowhere to run when you can’t even trust the ground at your feet.

Source: Radio Times


General Information

Season: Thirty One (New Series 5)
Production Code: 5-8/5-9
Story Number: 209 (New Series: 53)
Episode Numbers:764 - 765 (New Series: 68 - 69)
Number of Episodes: 2
Percentage of Episodes Held:100%
Production Dates: October - November 2009 (Block 4)
Broadcast Started: 22 May 2010
Broadcast Finished: 29 May 2010
Colour Status: HD Colour
Studio: BBC Wales (Upper Boat, Pontypridd)
Location: Llanwonno (Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales).
Writer:Chris Chibnall
Director:Ashley Way
Producer:Peter Bennett
Executive Producers:Beth Willis, Piers Wenger and Steven Moffat
Script Editor:Lindsey Alford
Editor:David Barrett
Production Executive:Julie Scott
Production Manager:Steffan Morris
Production Designer:Edward Thomas
Director of Photography:Mark Waters
Casting Director:Andy Pryor CDG
Line Producer:Patrick Schweitzer
Costume Designer:Ray Holman
Make-Up Designer:Barbara Southcott
Cameramen:Jon Vidgen (Assistant), Tom Hartley (Assistant) and Ian Adrian (Operator)
Incidental Music:Murray Gold
Special Sounds (SFX Editor):Paul Jefferies
Sound Recordist:Bryn Thomas
Sound Supervisor:Paul McFadden
Visual Effects:The Mill
Special Effects:Real SFX
Prosthetics:Millennium FX
Stunt Co-ordinator:Crispin Layfield
Title Sequence:Frame Store
Title Music:Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Arranged by Murray Gold
Music Performed By: The BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Silurians Originally Created By: Malcolm Hulke
Number of Doctors: 1
The Doctor: Matt Smith (The Eleventh Doctor)
Number of Companions: 2The Companions: Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams) (Departs) Guest Cast: Meera Syal (Nasreen Chaudhry) Additional Cast: Neve McIntosh (Alaya/Restac), Robert Pugh (Tony Mack), Nia Roberts (Ambrose), Alun Raglan (Mo), Samuel Davies (Elliot), Richard Hope (Malohkeh), Stephen Moore (Eldane)Setting: Cwmtaff, South Wales and Beneath the Earth (2020) Villain: Silurians

The Episodes

No. Episodes Broadcast
(UK)
Duration Viewers
(Millions)
In Archive
764The Hungry Earth22 May 201043'21"BBC One: 6.0
BBC HD: 0.5
Total: 6.5
Yes
765Cold Blood29 May 201045'40"BBC One: 7.0
BBC HD: 0.5
Total: 7.5
Yes

Total Duration 1 Hour 29 Minutes


Audience Appreciation

Average Viewers (Millions) 7.0 (BBC One: 6.5   BBC HD: 0.5)
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2010)71.00%  (Position = 7 out of 10)
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2014)62.48% Lower (Position = 178 out of 241)


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Notes


This two-part adventure, by former Torchwood head writer Chris Chibnall, heralds the return, after a 26 year absence, of the Silurians - classic monsters from the original run of the show. Their previous appearance was in the 1984 Fifth Doctor story "Warriors of the Deep".

This story shares many similarities to the very first Silurian story - the 1970 Third Doctor story "Doctor Who and the Silurians" and The Doctor directly references the events of this first encounter.

This is the second Doctor Who story written by Chris Chibnall. His first being the 2007 Tenth Doctor story "42". He also scripted episodes of Torchwood and Life on Mars.

This story was directed by Ashley Way - his first full Doctor Who story. Ashley Way has previous directed the 2005 Doctor Who Interactive adventure "Attack of the Graske ", the online Tardisodes that were part of the 2006 season, and six episodes of Torchwood. His other directing credits include sixteen episodes of BBC Wales’ Belonging from 2005 to 2007 and three episodes of the 2009 BBC Wales drama Crash.

This story guest stars Meera Syal who is best known for her appearances in Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars at No 42. Meera Syal also starred in Steven Mofiat’s Jekyll.

Also starring are: Robert Pugh (who played Jonah in the Torchwood episode "Adrift"), Samuel Davies (Framed), Alun Raglan (Belonging), Nia Roberts (Holby City), Neve McIntosh (Bodies), Richard Hope (The Bill) and Stephen Moore who is best known to science-fiction fans as the voice of Marvin the Paranoid Android in the original radio and television versions of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.

This story formed block 4 of Season Thirty One (New Series 5) production schedule. This story was shot across late October and November 2009 in Upper Boat and Llanwonno, Wales.

The first episode was incorrectly entitled, "The Ground Beneath their Feet". The title was confirmed on the cover of issue 421 of the Doctor Who Magazine.

The first episode, when completed, had a running time of sixty minutes, requiring over fifteen minutes of footage to be removed in order to fit its broadcast slot.

Despite the press release saying that the story would take place in 2015, it actually takes place in 2020. It may have been changed due to some events of the previous story happening in 2015.

At the beginning of this story Amy Pond and Rory Williams see in the distance what may be future versions of themselves - seemingly revisiting their past adventure and watching their past (current, from the show's perspective) selves. However, as proved at the end of this story this may change, as The Doctor is heard to say, ‘time can be re-written’.

The story being read to Elliot at the beginning of the first episode is "The Gruffalo", written by Julia Donaldson. It was adapted for the small screen by the BBC in 2009.

This is the second time The Doctor has planned to go to the beach but instead ended up somewhere else. In this story The Doctor promised to take Amy to a beach but the TARDIS materialises in a graveyard instead. This is a reference to "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead" when The Doctor promised to take Donna Noble to a beach but they ended up in a library instead.

The Silurians first appeared in a 1970 Third Doctor story "Doctor Who and the Silurians". It was written by Malcolm Hulke, directed by Timothy Combe and featured Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor. This first Silurian story is generally held to be one of the show's finest and brilliantly depicted the nuances of the Silurian species, portraying them as a varied race of individuals driven by conflicting aims and ideologies. Some Silurians feared and loathed the humans who now claimed Earth as their own; others, guided by The Doctor, sought peace. Ultimately The Doctor was unable to prevent human forces bombing the Silurians' base, leaving the Time Lord fuming at the unnecessary destruction of life.

The Third Doctor later faced the Silurians' marine cousins, known as the Sea Devils, in the 1972 story "The Sea Devils". The Sea Devils forged an alliance with the Master who had convinced the Sea Devils that mankind was their enemy and although at one point it seemed The Doctor would be able to broker a peaceful solution between the two species, once again the encounter ended in bloodshed.

The third and final meeting with the Silurians and Sea Devils occurred in the 1984 Fifth Doctor story, "Warriors of the Deep". Once again The Doctor attempted to find a peaceful solution and failed as the Silurians appeared more single-minded in their aggression towards mankind. Following the deaths of many Silurians and humans a distraught Doctor was only able to mourn, ‘There should have been another way’.

In this story the warrior class of Silurians wear armour and use heat-ray weapons similar to the Sea Devils in "Warriors of the Deep".

The masks the Silurians wear are similar to the helmets the Sycorax wore in the 2005 Tenth Doctor story "The Christmas Invasion".

One of the major differences in the Silurian tribe, The Doctor encounters in this story, is their ability to flick their long forked tongues at their enemies, injecting them with poison. The Doctor implies that he has prior knowledge of such an ability, suggesting that he has encountered another Silurian tribe with a similar trait.

This is also the first Silurian story to feature a female member of the species.

The Doctor is heard to refer to the Silurians as ‘Eocenes’, ‘Homo Reptilia’ and ‘Earth...lians’. The Doctor previously referred to the Silurians as ‘Eocenes’ in "The Sea Devils".

The Silurian Council Chamber is a redress of the Platform One meeting room set from the 2005 Ninth Doctor story "The End of the World" and the Mona Lisa chamber at the art gallery in The Sarah Jane Adventures story "Mona Lisa's Revenge".

The Doctor is heard mentioning the Silurians going into hibernation when the Moon first aligned with the Earth. This is a reference to the book "Doctor Who and the Cave Monsters" - Malcolm Hulkes’ novelisation of "Doctor Who and the Silurians".

The gravity bubble, used by the Silurians, was also used by Edwin Bracewell to keep the Spitfires in space in "Victory of the Daleks".

At one point Elliot is heard to say: ‘When you've eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth’. Thgis is a quote from Sherlock Holmes who originally shared this theory with Doctor Watson in "The Sign of Four" - the second novel, written by Arthur Conan Doyle, to feature the Great Detective.

It seems The Doctor is drawn to people called Rose as the name ‘Nasreen’ is of Persian origin and means ‘wild Rose’.

In response to the question ‘Are you scared of monsters?’ The Doctor replies with ‘No, they're scared of me’. This is similar to something he says to Reinette in the 2006 Tenth Doctor story "The Girl in the Fireplace".

This story has similarities with a number of previous stories: A similar drilling project took place in the 1970 Third Doctor story "Inferno"; The 1971 Third Doctor story "The Dæmons" also featured a small town cut off from the outside world by an energy barrier and the 1973 Third Doctor story "The Green Death" was set in a small Welsh mining village.

The Doctor again mentions that the sonic screwdriver doesn't work on wood. He last stated this in the 2008 Tenth Doctor story "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead".

The Doctor attempting to drag Amy from a mysterious hole the visor's different scanning types are reminiscent of the helmets used by the aliens in the Predator film series. Also when The Doctor moves his hand when looking through the heat scanning glasses, there is the same 'swish' sound heard when the Predator changes its’ scanning type.

This is the second time The Doctor has used a church as a refuge, the first time was in the 2005 Ninth Doctor story "Father's Day". The Doctor also herded people into the church in the Third Doctor story "The Dæmons" and in "Amy's Choice" - the story that precedes this one.

The Doctor is heard asking the Silurians for a stick of celery after the almost lethal ‘decontamination’. This a reference to the Fifth Doctor, who wore a stick of celery on his lapel. In "The Caves of Androzani", he claimed it had restorative powers and he also stated it could detect certain gasses.

The Doctor is heard to mention fixed points in time again. He previously mentioned this in the Tenth Doctor stories "The Fires of Pompeii" and "The Waters of Mars".

This is the first story since "The End of Time" to have narration. Other stories with narration include the 1976 Fourth Doctor story "The Deadly Assassin", the 1996 television movie "Doctor Who: The Movie" and the Tenth Doctor stories "Army of Ghosts/Doomsday" and "Human Nature/The Family of Blood".

As with the previous stories, involving the Silurians and their marine cousins, the Sea Devils, this story also has an unhappy ending – in the case of this story the death of Amy’s fiancée, and fellow travelling companion, Rory. "The Sea Devils" ended with The Master escaping The Doctor while "Warriors of the Deep" saw terrible numbers of humans, Silurians and Sea Devils killed in the final episode. Perhaps most shocking of all, "Doctor Who and the Silurians" concluded with the deliberate bombing of a Silurian base. The Doctor refers to this attack when giving Nasreen a crash course in Silurian history.

At the end of this story Rory is killed when he pushes The Doctor out of the line of fire only to be mortally wounded himself, just like what happens to Jenny in the 2008 Tenth Doctor story "The Doctor's Daughter".

The events at the end of this story continues the running season's story arc in bringing the threat brought about by the cracks in the universe to a more personal level for the TARDIS crew when The Doctor is forced to drag Amy into the TARDIS when Rory is eventually consumed by another crack in the universe, effectively erasing him from the timeline.

This is not the first time that a companion has died while travelling with The Doctor. In the 1982 Fifth Doctor story "Earthshock", Adric, a companion of both the Fourth Doctor and the Fifth Doctor died after an encounter with the Cybermen. Katrina, a young woman who travelled with the First Doctor lost her life during an epic battle with the Daleks, in the 1965/66 story "The Daleks' Master Plan", which also cost the life of Sara Kingdom, another companion of the First Doctor. Captain Jack Harkness was also killed in "Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways", in 2005, and "The Stolen Earth/Journey's End", in 2008 (though in both cases, due to his unique abilities, he was later resurrected).

Arthur Darvill, who played Rory Williams appears in the 2010 big screen version of Robin Hood. This film also features Robert Pugh, who stars in "The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood" as Tony, and John Atterbury who appeared in two Second Doctor stories. The 1968 story "The Mind Robber" and the 1969 story "The War Games".

Strangely when Amy is trying not to forget Rory, the memory of him getting shot doesn't show the laser blast striking him.

During the scene where The Doctor and Amy discover another crack in the universe clips from "The Eleventh Hour", "The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone", and "The Vampires of Venice" were shown.

At the end of this story The Doctor is seen fishing a burnt piece of the TARDIS out of the crack – it seems that The Doctor's TARDIS is at least at the centre of the explosion that started the cracks.

Following on immediately after each episode of this story, on BBC3, were the eighth and ninth chapters of the fifth series of Doctor Who Confidential. These being "After Effects" and "What Goes on Tour…". Both looked into the making of this story and the Silurians. They were presented by Alex Price.



First and Last

The Firsts:

 The first appearance of The Silurians in the revamped television series and the first for 26 years - since the 1984 Fifth Doctor story "Warriors of the Deep".

 The first Silurian story to feature a female member of the species.

 The first story since "The End of Time" to contain a narration.

 The first story where a companion (Rory) has died while travelling with The Doctor in the revamped television series and the first for 28 years - since Adric in the 1982 Fifth Doctor story "Earthshock".

 The first Doctor Who story to be directed by Ashley Way.


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The Plot

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Inspecting the Hole
Inspecting the Hole

The year is 2020 and in the small Welsh village of Cwmtaff a team, led by Doctor Nasreen Chaudhry, is carrying out the deepest drilling project in history, in order to investigate minerals that appeared locally, but otherwise have not been on the surface for over 20 million years. Inside the drilling complex Mo Northover, a night watchman, finds a strange hole in the ground inside the mine complex, and, upon investigating, is dragged beneath the surface.

The following morning the TARDIS materialises in the graveyard of the local church. On investigating their surroundings The Doctor and his two travelling companions Amy Pond and Rory Williams spot the drilling operation and some strange blue grass. While Rory is mistaken for a police investigator, and is asked to help solve the mystery of local graves that are being dug up without disturbing the ground, The Doctor and Amy break into the drilling complex. Inside they meet Doctor Chaudhry and her assistant Tony Mack. An earthquake then strikes and more holes appear in the ground. Tony finds himself in one of the holes and being dragged down into the earth. Amy and Doctor Chaudhry eventually manage to pull him free but in doing so Amy gets stuck in the hole instead. The Doctor figures out that the ground had been bio-programmed to attack whenever it perceives a threat, and insists that the drill be shut off. The drill is stopped but not until after Amy, despite The Doctor’s attempts to help her, is pulled completely underground.

The Doctor then discovers that the drill head has breached a network of catacombs 21km below the surface. Putting together the information from the available sensors, The Doctor figures out that three entities are heading for the surface, and will arrive in 12 minutes. The Doctor, Doctor Chaudhry, and Tony head to the town church for safety, where they meet up with Rory and local resident Ambrose and her son Elliot. The approaching attackers put an energy barricade around the town to prevent anyone escaping and to provide cover of darkness. They then arrive and attack the humans. Elliot, having returned to his house, is chased back to the church by a reptilian humanoid and disappears before those inside the church can save him. When they attempt to locate Elliot, Tony is struck by a venomous forked tongue belonging to a second reptilian. Despite not being able to save Elliot, The Doctor and Rory are able to capture one of the reptilians, whom The Doctor quickly recognises as an unknown 300-million-year-old branch of the Silurians.

Doctor Nasreen Chaudhry
Doctor Nasreen Chaudhry

The Silurian reveals herself to be Alaya, a warrior of a Silurian tribe that had hibernated beneath Cwmtaff for countless years before being disturbed by the drilling. The Doctor tries to negotiate peacefully, but Alaya insists that the Silurians will wipe all humanity off the surface of their planet. So that The Doctor can rescue Amy, and to broker peace between the Silurians and humanity, he uses his TARDIS to meet the Silurians in their underground encampment. He is accompanied by Doctor Chaudhry, leaving Rory and the remaining humans behind with the explicit instructions not to harm Alaya. On arriving below ground The Doctor is shocked to discover that rather than there being a small group of maybe a dozen reptilians, he instead finds an entire Silurian civilisation.

On entering the Silurian’s huge underground city The Doctor and Doctor Chaudhry find themselves surrounded by several armed Silurian troops who they learn have just been woken up from suspended animation. Meanwhile, a Silurian doctor, called Malokeh, is about to start to dissect Amy who has awakened to find herself and Mo in a laboratory. Luckily for her Malokeh is called away so as to examine The Doctor. Amy though has managed to obtain the device to release herself and Mo. Shortly after escaping from the laboratory they find Elliot in suspended animation, but still alive.

Amy
Amy

Back on the surface, Alaya refuses to help Tony when he asks her to cure him of the venomous sting on his shoulder. This eventually provokes Ambrose to use a taser on Alaya, but unfortunately this has more of an effect on the Silurian than it would on a human, and so she inadvertently kills Alaya, thus destroying humanity’s only bargaining chip to broker a peaceful co-existence with the Silurians.

On discovering that The Doctor is not human Malokeh stops the decontamination process being carried out on him much against the orders of Commander Restac. Which angers her. After being re-united with Amy, who with the help of Mo attempts to rescue The Doctor and Doctor Chaudhry, the four of them find themselves threatened with execution by Commander Restac. However, before anything happens, Commander Restac contacts the surface to demand the return of Alaya. When this request is refused Commander Restac threatens to kill her hostages one-by-one until Alaya is returned. Much to Rory’s dismay Amy is chosen to be the first to be executed. Suddenly contact with the Silurians is lost leaving Rory uncertain of the fate of Amy.

Unbeknown to those on the surface before the Silurians can fire, their leader, Eldane, arrives and orders otherwise. This gives The Doctor a chance to attempt a negotiation with the Silurians, making Amy and Doctor Chaudhry ambassadors for humanity. Meanwhile, Malokeh releases Elliot, returning him to his father. Malokeh then discovers that Commander Restac has awakened more of her warriors, but is killed by her before he can do anything.

Losing Amy
Losing Amy

While Rory, Ambrose and Tony make their way to the Silurian city via the tunnels, negotiations about how the Silurians might be able to live alongside humans commence. They agree that the Silurian technology could be of benefit to the humans and that the Silurians could happily live in places, like the Australian Outback, the Sahara and the Nevada Plains, which are inhospitable for humans. As the meeting concludes, The Doctor enters and comments on how well things have gone. However, at this moment, Rory arrives with the dead body of Alaya. Realising that all their hard work has been undone in an instant The Doctor tries to avoid conflict, but Commander Restac storms off to awaken more Silurians warriors from suspended animation, and then gain revenge on humanity…

Eldane, The Doctor and the humans go to a control room to decide the best way to respond. It is then that Tony’s condition, that is mutating him into a Silurian, is revealed. Tony also reveals that he had, as a precaution, set the drill to activate on a 15 minute timer. Realising that this will destroy the city Eldane agrees to help The Doctor and decides to use a toxic gas, designed to protect the city as a last-minute defence. Everyone, except for the Silurians remaining in suspended animation, would be killed. To stop the drill, and also to prevent further drilling, The Doctor arranges for the drill to be destroyed by an energy surge. Realising that toxic gas is about to be released into the city the Silurian warriors return to their suspended animation cubicles. This allows The Doctor, Amy, Rory, Mo and Elliot to rush back to the TARDIS. However, Doctor Chaudhry and Tony decide to stay behind.

As they all enter the TARDIS, The Doctor sees a crack in the wall opposite the TARDIS. Its discovery distresses him as he does not understand what the cracks are, despite Prisoner Zero and the Angels knowing about them. In an attempt to solve this mystery he decides to reach into the crack and in doing so he retrieves a smoking piece of debris. But before he gets a chance to look at it properly a weakened Commander Restac arrives, and attempts to shoot The Doctor, but Rory takes the blast, and subsequently dies. The Doctor is then forced to drag a distraught Amy into the TARDIS as Rory is swallowed by the crack, thus erasing him from history. The Doctor tries to help Amy not to forget him. However, a bumpy landing ruins his attempts, and Amy forgets Rory as if he had never existed.

As they all leave the TARDIS they are in time to witness the drill destroyed by the Silurian energy surge. As the others go there own way and Amy enters the TARDIS, The Doctor takes a look at the piece of debris he retrieved from the crack. Dreading the possible implications he is shocked to discover that it is a scorched blue and white fragment of wood that very much looks as if it is part of the notice that is on the door of the TARDIS…

 
Alaya
Alaya
Malokeh
Malokeh
Amy in Trouble
Amy in Trouble
A Scared Amy
A Scared Amy
 
Silurian Warriors
Silurian Warriors
Restac
Restac
Rory
Rory
The End of the TARDIS?
The End of the TARDIS?




Quote of the Story


 'While you’ve been drilling down... something else has been drilling up.'

The Doctor



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Release Information

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DVD
Amy's Choice - The Hungry Earth - Cold Blood - Vincent and the DoctorAugust 2010BBCDVD 3215Photo-montage
Video
Blu-Ray
Amy's Choice - The Hungry Earth - Cold Blood - Vincent and the DoctorAugust 2010BBCBD 0084Photo-montage
Video
DVD
The Complete Fifth Series Box SetNovember 2010BBCDVD 3285Photo-montageDVD boxed set containing all 10 stories
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Fifth Series Box SetNovember 2010BBCBD 0115Photo-montageBlu-Ray boxed set containing all 10 stories
Video
DVD
The Complete Fifth Series Box Set (Limited Edition)November 2010BBCDVD 3344Photo-montageLimited Edition DVD boxed set containing all 10 stories
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Fifth Series Box Set (Limited Edition)November 2010BBCBD 0130Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray boxed set containing all 10 stories
Audio
CD
Original Television Soundtrack - Series 5November 2010Photo-montageMusic by Murray Gold
Audio
CD
The Essential CompanionNovember 2010Photo-montageDocumentary
Video
DVD
The Hungry Earth/Cold BloodSeptember 2013BBCDVD 3811Photo-montagePart of "The Monster Collection - The Silurians" boxset
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Series 1-7 Box Set (Limited Edition)December 2013BBCBD 0242Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray boxed set containing all Series 1-7 stories at full 1080p high definition
Video
DVD
The Complete Fifth Series (2014 Re-release)August 2014BBCDVD 3969Photo-montageBoxed set containing all 10 stories
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Fifth Series Box Set (Limited Edition Steelbook)February 2020Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray Steelbook boxed set containing 10 stories


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Doctor Who Magazine - PreviewIssue 421 (Released: May 2010)
Doctor Who Magazine - ReviewIssue 423 (Released: July 2010)
Doctor Who Magazine - Time TeamIssue 503 (Released: October 2016)
Doctor Who Magazine - ArticleIssue 549 (Released: April 2020)
Doctor Who DVD FilesVolume 77 (Released: December 2011)
Doctor Who DVD FilesVolume 78 (Released: December 2011)

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