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Excelis Decays
Big Finish Productions audio drama
SeriesDoctor Who
Release no.3 in Excelis series
FeaturingSeventh Doctor
Written byCraig Hinton
Directed byGary Russell
Produced byGary Russell,
Jason Haigh-Ellery
Executive producer(s)Jacqueline Rayner
Production codeEX03
Length1 hr 14 mins
Release dateJune 2002

Excelis Decays is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It is the final part of the Excelis trilogy which commenced in Excelis Dawns and continued in Excelis Rising. The events are also connected to the Bernice Summerfield audio drama The Plague Herds of Excelis.

Plot

The Seventh Doctor again visits Artaris and is finally able to resolve the mystery that two of his incarnations have encountered.

Cast

Continuity

Notes