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1.4 - The Sign of Diolyx

Synopsis
A new TP is breaking out, but something is horribly wrong. John and Paul travel to the Welsh village of Llan-y-Gwyliadwriaeth, but find that a psi dampening field is hampering their investigation and that young Alison Hardy has no intention of embracing her dormant powers.

Meanwhile Tim discovers an energy signature connecting the village with a mysterious ship in hyperspace, Against Tim’s better judgement, Elena goes to investigate and finds herself trapped with a ravenous alien entity.

What is the connection between the local vicar and the coven in Alison’s dreams? What links and ancient stone circle and the ship in hyperspace? Who or what is Diolyx?

The Tomorrow People find that they have stumbled upon an ancient evil. An evil that us about to be unleashed upon the world…
Starring
Nicholas Young (John), Philip Gilbert (TIM / Timus), Helen Goldwyn (Elena), Daniel Wilson (Paul), Gareth Thomas (Mr. Hardy), Clare Buckfield (Alison), Louise Faulkner (Rev. Jane Green), Toby Longworth (Diolyx)
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Directed By
Jason Haigh-Ellery

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8 Rated 8/10 on 9/1/10 2:16 pm
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Not quite upto the standard of the preceeding 'Ghosts of Mendez', this story is nevertheless a fine way to finish the first series of Big Finish audios.
Due to a lack of communication, the script as delivered was too long, and so the decision was made to release it as a double CD package, with a nice interview at the end of disc two.
Gareth Thomas and Clare Buckfield are very good in their respective guest roles, and the evil Diolyx is nicely written and play by Toby Longworth. Longworth's distinctive voice can be heard playing quite a few other parts too.