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1.3 - The Blue Tooth

"I suppose that was one of the Doctor's most endearing qualities: the ability to make the bizarre and the terrifying seem utterly normal."

When Liz Shaw's friend Jean goes missing, the Doctor and U.N.I.T. are drawn to the scene to investigate. Soon Liz discovers a potential alien invasion that will have far-reaching affects on her life… and the Doctor is unexpectedly re-united with an old enemy…
Caroline John (Liz Shaw), Nicholas Briggs (The Cybermen)
Written By
Directed By
Mark J Thompson


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Review By colinbakerscat
Rated 9/10 on 4/27/14 6:28 am
0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
A nice story. Well-written and scary in some places.
Review By baticeer
Rated 8/10 on 12/11/13 3:31 pm
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Set in the gap between season 7 and 8, the beginning of this story has Liz ask the question "Why did I decide to leave UNIT?" Although it doesn't directly answer that question by the end, it does give some hints through her characterization. The Third Doctor never encountered the Cybermen on TV, so if you ever really wanted to see that happen, this audio will fill in that gap. It also has some really good characterization for Liz, a good performance by Caroline John, and very creepy imagery. The only thing that lets it down is the cop-out ending. Overall, definitely worth listening to, and I would particularly recommend it to a fan of Liz or of the Cybermen as enemies.
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Review By komodo
Rated 8/10 on 9/26/12 1:21 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
As a fan of Liz Shaw I have to say I enjoyed this. The plot was simple with a twist that was ever so similar to Open After Hours.

Caroline John tells the story well. It begins mostly about her but then the Doctor and the UNIT team all join in. For the first season of CCs, its good. The series has a lot of development yet to do, but even the simple aspects of this works well.
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Review By drsteve
Rated 4/10 on 8/18/10 5:33 pm
0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Really didn't like this - a good performance from Caroline John lifts it from 1/5. Listen to Shadow of the Past instead - that's excellent