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Find and Replace
Big Finish Productions audio drama
SeriesDoctor Who
Release no.35
FeaturingIris Wildthyme, Jo Grant
Written byPaul Magrs
Directed byLisa Bowerman
Production codeBFPDWCC35
Length60 mins
Release dateSeptember 2010

Find and Replace is a Big Finish Productions audiobook based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.[1] In it, Katy Manning reprises her role as Jo Grant from the television series, and Iris Wildthyme from the Big Finish audio series.

The Companion Chronicles "talking books" are each narrated by one of the Doctor's companions and feature a second, guest-star voice along with music and sound effects.

Plot

In a department store lift at Christmas, Jo Grant meets a strange-looking alien named Huxley. He tells her about her past, back in the 1970s, working at MIAOW with a mysterious alien known as Iris Wildthyme. This isn't quite how Jo remembers things. So Iris Wildthyme herself takes them back in time to ask the Third Doctor.

Cast

Reception

Reviewer Richard McGinlay praises Katy Manning's portrayals of Jo Grant and Iris Wildthyme, saying "it really does feel as though there are two actresses in the studio, rather than just one providing both voices."[2] Doctor Who scholar Elizabeth Sandifer writes that Find and Replace incorporates a critique of patriarchical elements of the character of the Third Doctor and of Doctor Who in general.[3]

Continuity

References

  1. ^ "BBC – Doctor Who – The Official Site". BBC. Retrieved 19 July 2009.
  2. ^ McGinlay, Richard (30 September 2010). "Doctor Who: The Companion Chronicles: Find and Replace – Audio book review". sci-fi online. Retrieved 31 May 2013.
  3. ^ Sandifer, Elizabeth (2013). TARDIS Eruditorum: An Unofficial Critical History of Doctor Who, Volume 3: Jon Pertwee. Danbury, Connecticut: Eruditorum Press. pp. 272–276. ISBN 9781484030233.
  4. ^ "BBC Radio 4 - Drama, Imaginary Boys".
  5. ^ "BBC - Media Centre - Programme Information - Afternoon Drama: Imaginary Boys". www.bbc.co.uk. Archived from the original on 22 November 2013.