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The Perpetual Bond
Big Finish Productions audio drama
Series'Doctor Who'
Release no.40
FeaturingSteven Taylor
Oliver Harper
Written bySimon Guerrier
Directed byLisa Bowerman
Production codeBFPDWCC40
Release dateFebruary 2011

The Perpetual Bond is a Big Finish Productions audiobook based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.

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

The First Doctor returns to 1960s London and discovers duplicitous Bowler hatted businessmen dealing in immoral commodities.[1]

Cast

Continuity

Notes

Anachronism

Steven Taylor uses the public's familiarity with the Beatles 1967 hit All You Need Is Love to break them free of alien mind control. It was later revealed in The Cold Equations that the story was set in 1966, before the release of the song. However, the section of All You Need Is Love that is hummed was taken from the La Marseillaise (the national anthem of France), which would have been well known in England in 1966.

References

  1. ^ "5.8. Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles: The Perpetual Bond - Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles - Big Finish". www.bigfinish.com. Retrieved 8 April 2019.