Peter Davison (The Doctor), Ian Collier (Omega), Caroline Munro (Sentia), Patrick Duggan (Professor Ertikus/Luvis), Hugo Myatt (Daland), Conrad Westmaas (Tarpov/Rassilon), Jim Sangster (Zagreus), Faith Kent (Maven), Anita Elias (Glinda), Gary Russell (MediBot/VidiBot/Scintillans/Mugging Machine)
A strange telepathic message prompts The Doctor to travel to the ‘Sector of Forgotten Souls’, a place where, thousands of years ago, Omega’s ship vanished whilst detonating a star.
He’s not the only one journeying towards it. ‘Jolly Chronolidays’ prides itself on giving its tourists an experience of galactic history that is far better than mere time travel.
Its motto is ‘We don’t go into history, we prefer to bring history to you’.
When Omega’s ship suddenly materialises in front of their shuttle, and one of their employees goes insane and tries to destroy his hands…
…suddenly it’s not just a motto anymore.
And Omega – and his madness – is closer than they think.
Written By: Nev Fountain
Directed By: Gary Russell
- Omega was the forty-seventh monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions. It was the first audio story in a rough tetralogy of single-word title stories featuring each Doctor from Big Finish’s range,
- This story marks the first and only appearance of Omega in an audio drama.
- The Doctor is sitting in seat 6E on the tour shuttle. 6E is the production code for Arc of Infinity.
- Omega last appeared in Arc of Infinity.
- Omega refers to the Sontaran invasion of Gallifrey. (The Invasion of Time)
- Omega’s starship is an Omegan sun skimmer.
- The Doctor mentions he is almost nine hundred years old.
- The Celestial Preservation Agency state that The Doctor is a great hero of their time in Gallifrey’s history.