Doctor Who: The Elite

Doctor Who The Elite The Doctor offers Tegan and Nyssa a trip to the paradise world of Florana but instead the TARDIS takes them to a domed city on a planet scarred by warfare A world where everyone is young and fightin

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Elite
  • Author: Barbara Clegg John Dorney
  • ISBN: 9781844355730
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Audio CD
  • The Doctor offers Tegan and Nyssa a trip to the paradise world of Florana, but instead the TARDIS takes them to a domed city on a planet scarred by warfare A world where everyone is young, and fighting for the glory of the EliteHidden away in The Cathedral of Power, the High Priest is watching It knows the Doctor, and his arrival changes everything

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    1. One of my all time favourite Doctor Who stories. Absolutely adore this story. Not only do I praise The Elite but it also changed my view of the 5th Doctor. Before, I wasn't very fond of his incarnation of the Doctor. I now regret saying that and love the 5th Doctor.The story is a fantastic bleak war/conflict story with some fantastic twists and very good characters. Without counting spin off's as Jago & Litefoot series 02 (Litefoot & Sanders mainly) is my favourite release by Big Finish. [...]


    2. The first of several "lost" stories from the twentieth anniversary season of Doctor Who, "The Elite" is a story that it's easy to imagine fitting into the Peter Davison era.Writer John Dorney takes a premise pitch from writer Barbara Clegg and expands it into something rather interesting and entertaining. The TARDIS materializes in a domed city where the young people are engaged in constant war games for the pleasure of their ruling class known as the Elite. At the center of why this is happenin [...]


    3. First of all, Big Finish did an excellent job of recreating the sound design of the 80s, from the music cues to the laser weapons. Second, it's probably a good thing this story's been done on audio, frankly, as it looks so much better in my head than it would have on screen back then. The story itself is expansive, as the travellers explore the society they encounter. On screen, it would have looked like corridors and model shots.On the whole, while this story isn't necessarily on a par with "Sn [...]


    4. The Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa land on a planet in constant war. The Elite is in charge, and anybody else is treated very badly. This is a very clever storyline, and has a very nice twist that I will not spoil. I think they would not have had the budget in the 1980s to do this story justice. As always the characterisation and sound landscapes are spot on. A story that makes you think about the themes long after you have heard it. A very good listen.


    5. This story takes place right after the story with the Doctor fighting Omega in Amsterdam on earth. With Tegan joining them again, the Doctor decides to take Tegan and Nyssa to a vacation planet. They land on a planet that is training for war with a God is a Dalek out of its shell. Can the Doctor stop a genocide from happening. This would have been wonderful to watch on screen.


    6. This was the first of the Davison Lost stories I heard. I've really developed a new appreciation for 5th doctor episodes in the past month. This was a very interesting adventure. I liked the dystopian future. It felt very much like an 80s adventure. Tegan was really great in this, leading the rebellion. Nyssa becoming evil was also fun. Even Peter's doctor was amusing.


    7. I enjoyed this story. It has interesting parallels to events in our own world and shows how easily people can fall for entirely the wrong message if a leader comes across as charismatic. Also brought across very strongly just how dangerous (view spoiler)[ daleks (hide spoiler)] are considering how much damage just one of them did over a period of time on this particular world.


    8. This is one of the more enjoyable Lost Stories releases boasting an intriguing premise and a revelation that makes its themes all the richer.


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