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Performer: Doctor Who
Title: The Savages
Released: 2002
Style: Spoken Word
Category: Audio recs / From media
Album rating: 4.3
Votes: 463
Size MP3: 1336 mb
Size FLAC: 1639 mb
Size WMA: 1312 mb
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Doctor Who ‎– The Savages. 이블: BBC Radio Collection ‎– BBC0563535024. 식: 2 CD, Remastered. Voice Actor – William Hartnell. Voice Actor – Jackie Lane. Voice Actor – Frederick Jaeger. Voice Actor – Clare Jenkins. Voice Actor – Robert Sidaway. Voice Actor – Norman Henry (4). Voice Actor – Edward Caddick.

Savages are an English rock band formed in 2011 in London. Their debut album, Silence Yourself was released on 6 May 2013 via Matador Records. It reached number 19 in the UK Albums Chart in May 2013, and was critically acclaimed. It peaked at number 5 on the Irish and the UK Independent Albums Chart, and at number 13 on the US Billboard Independent Albums chart. The band's second album Adore Life, was released on 22 January 2016.

The Savages is the completely missing eighth serial of the third season in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts from 28 May to 18 June 1966. This serial marks the final appearance of Peter Purves as companion Steven Taylor. Although audio recordings, still photographs, and clips of the story exist, no episodes of this serial are known to have survived. The Doctor being observed by the savages Chal and Tor. Cast.

Doctor Who episodes (1963–1989). The Savages is the completely missing eighth serial of the third season in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts from 28 May to 18 June 1966. Although audio recordings, still photographs, and 8mm clips of the story exist, no episodes of this serial are known to have survived. The TARDIS materialises on a distant planet in the far future. The Doctor, Steven and Dodo find the planet inhabited by both an advanced, idyllic civilisation (the Elders), and bands of roaming savages. The Elders welcome the Doctor, greeting him as "The Traveller from Beyond Time" and revealing they have admired his exploits from afar and predicted that he would soon be arriving here.

The Savages (Part 1)" is the thirty-eighth episode of series three of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It was directed by Waris Hussein and written by Anthony Coburn. It first aired on BBC-1 in the UK on May 28th, 1966. In this episode, the Doctor, Ian, Susan and Barbara are trapped inside the Cave of Skulls. The Doctor seems disinterested in their current predicament however.

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Created by Sydney Newman. With William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker. Creator: Sydney Newman.

Doctor Who: The Savages January 14, 2012 James F. McGrath. Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality! Patheos has the views of the prevalent religions and spiritualities of the world. The episode The Savages is significant for several reasons. JANO : We do not understand you, Doctor. You who have accepted our honours gladly. How can you condemn this great artistic and scientific civilisation because of a few wretched barbarians? DOCTOR : So your rewards are only to the people that agree with you, eh? JANO : No of course not. But if you are going to oppose us.

Tracklist

Episode One
1-1 Opening Titles 0:32
1-2 Scene 1: Tardis Control Room 0:22
1-3 Scenes 2-6: Exterior Scrubland & Ravine (Day) 1:54
1-4 Scenes 7-14: Scrubland And Ravine (Outside The Tardis) 1:04
1-5 Scenes 15-18: Scrubland 2:33
1-6 Scene 19: Ravine (Outside The Tardis) 1:24
1-7 Scene 20: Interior City (Council Chamber) 3:09
1-8 Scene 21: Scrubland 0:30
1-9 Scene 22: Scrubland, Elsewhere 0:21
1-10 Scene 23: Exterior Craters 0:22
1-11 Scene 24: Interior City 1:05
1-12 Scene 25: City Council Chamber 0:29
1-13 Scene 26-32: Exterior Craters And Scrubland 2:13
1-14 Scene 33: City Council Chamber 0:28
1-15 Scene 34: Scrubland 0:33
1-16 Scene 35: City Council Chamber 0:26
1-17 Scene 36: Exterior City Walls 0:17
1-18 Scenes 37-39: Interior City & Exterior View 1:38
1-19 Scene 40: City Corridors 0:26
1-20 Scenes 41-44: Interior Control Room 1:56
1-21 Scene 45: City Aisle 0:32
1-22 Scene 46: Control Room 0:18
1-23 Scenes 47-48: City Aisle And Dark Corridor 0:19
1-24 Scene 49: Council Chamber 0:21
1-25 Scene 50: City Aisle 0:16
1-26 Scenes 51-52: Dark Corridors 1:33
Episode Two
1-27 Opening Titles 0:33
1-28 Scene 1: Dark Corridor 0:58
1-29 Scenes 2-7: Laboratory And Corridor Outside 1:36
1-30 Scene 8: City Aisle 0:23
1-31 Scenes 9-12: Laboratory And Corridor Outside 0:28
1-32 Scene 13: City Council Chamber 0:40
1-33 Scenes 14-15: Laboratory And Control Room 0:56
1-34 Scene 16: City Aisle 0:50
1-35 Scene 17: Laboratory 0:17
1-36 Scene 18: Control Room 0:20
1-37 Scene 19: City Aisle 0:08
1-38 Scene 20: Laboratory 0:12
1-39 Scenes 21-22: Control Room And Laboratory 1:12
1-40 Scene 23: City Aisle 1:52
1-41 Scene 24: Laboratory 0:16
1-42 Scene 25: City Council Chamber 1:13
1-43 Scene 26: Exterior Scrubland 3:07
1-44 Scenes 27-29: Exterior Scrubland (Later) 0:50
1-45 Scenes 30-31: Scrubland (Continued) 2:04
1-46 Scene 32: City Council Chamber 1:19
1-47 Scene 33: Exterior Scrubland 0:33
1-48 Scene 34: Laboratory 4:45
Episode Three
2-1 Opening Titles 0:25
2-2 Scene 1: Laboratory 1:21
2-3 Scene 2: In The Valley (Day) 1:07
2-4 Scene 3: Laboratory 0:55
2-5 Scene 4: Scrubland 0:14
2-6 Scene 5: In The Valley 1:00
2-7 Scene 6: Interior Cave 0:35
2-8 Scene 7: In The Valley 0:23
2-9 Scenes 8-18: Interior Cave & Rock Passage Beyond 2:38
2-10 Scenes 19-25: Passages In The Caves 1:07
2-11 Scene 26: Interior Main Cave 0:18
2-12 Scenes 27-34: Passages In The Caves 1:07
2-13 Scene 35: Interior Main Cave 0:33
2-14 Scene 36: Control Room 0:29
2-15 Scene 37: Laboratory 2:05
2-16 Scene 38: In The Caves 1:48
2-17 Scenes 39-45: Scrubland Outside City Wall 1:57
2-18 Scene 46: Laboratory 2:37
2-19 Scenes 47-48: City Corridor & Control Room 0:20
2-20 Scene 49: Corridor 0:09
2-21 Scene 50: Control Room 0:11
2-22 Scene 51: Laboratory 0:08
2-23 Scene 52: Corridor 0:09
2-24 Scene 53: Control Room 0:05
2-25 Scenes 54-58: Corridor U3 And Control Room 0:57
2-26 Scene 59: Control Room 0:08
2-27 Scene 60-64: Corridor U3, Laboratory And Control Room 1:23
Episode Four
2-28 Opening Titles 0:28
2-29 Scenes 1- 8: Corridor U3 And Control Room 1:15
2-30 Scene 9: Control Room 0:40
2-31 Scene 10: Exterior Scrubland 0:53
2-32 Scene 11: Scrubland, Elsewhere 0:49
2-33 Scenes 12-16: Scrubland 0:42
2-34 Scene 17: Scrubland, Near Valley Of Caves 0:22
2-35 Scenes 18-19: Scrubland 0:40
2-36 Scene 20: In The Valley Of Caves 0:09
2-37 Scenes 21-22: Interior Caves And Valley Outside 1:10
2-38 Scene 23: Scrubland 0:21
2-39 Scenes 24-34: Caves And Valley Outside 0:59
2-40 Scene 35: Interior Caves 1:23
2-41 Scene 36: Valley Outside The Caves 0:26
2-42 Scene 37: Interior Caves (Dusk) 0:27
2-43 Scene 38: Laboratory (Night) 0:32
2-44 Scene 39: Interior Caves 2:29
2-45 Scene 40: Scrubland 0:42
2-46 Scene 41: Laboratory 0:28
2-47 Scene 42: Interior Caves 0:13
2-48 Scene 43: Laboratory 0:16
2-49 Scene 44: Scrubland 0:27
2-50 Scene 45: Laboratory 4:38
2-51 Scene 45 (Cont'd) 3:42
2-52 Coda: Return To The Tardis 0:34
2-53 Closing Theme 0:36

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BBC Worldwide Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – BBC Worldwide Ltd.

Credits

  • Conductor, Composed By [Incidental Music] – Raymond Jones
  • Music By – BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Ron Grainer
  • Narrator [Linking] – Peter Purves
  • Producer [For CD], Remastered By – Mark Ayres
  • Voice Actor – Andrew Lodge, John Dillon , Tony Holland
  • Voice Actor [Avon] – Kay Patrick
  • Voice Actor [Captain Edal] – Geoffrey Frederick
  • Voice Actor [Chal] – Ewen Solon
  • Voice Actor [Doctor Who] – William Hartnell
  • Voice Actor [Dodo] – Jackie Lane
  • Voice Actor [Exorse] – Frederick Jaeger
  • Voice Actor [Flower] – Clare Jenkins
  • Voice Actor [Jano] – Robert Sidaway
  • Voice Actor [Nanina] – Norman Henry
  • Voice Actor [Senta] – Edward Caddick
  • Voice Actor [Steven] – Peter Purves
  • Voice Actor [Tor] – Patrick Godfrey
  • Voice Actor [Wylda] – Christopher Denham
  • Written-By [Linking Script] – Sue Cowley

Notes

First broadcast BBC1 28 May 1966

Producer's note:
The quality of the recording reflects the age of the programmes and the off-air nature of the source material. Whilst every attempt has been made to clean up and remastered these recordings using the latest technology, the sound quality may vary.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Visual): 9780563535027
  • Matrix / Runout (Cd 1): BBC0563535024
  • Matrix / Runout (Cd 2): BBC0563535024-2
  • Rights Society: MCPS CMCS

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