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Ncuti Gatwa
73 Yards
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The Distant Woman
The Distant Woman
 Landing on the Welsh coast, The Doctor and Ruby embark on the strangest journey of their lives.

 In a rain-lashed pub, the locals sit in fear of ancient legends coming to life.

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General Information

Season: Forty One (New Series 14)
Production Code: 14-4
Story Number: 308 (New Series: 152)
Episode Number:879 (New Series: 183)
Number of Episodes: 1
Percentage of Episodes Held:100%
Production Dates: December 2022 and January 2023
Broadcast Date: 25 May 2024
Colour Status: HD Colour
Studio: Wolf Studios (Cardiff, Wales)
Location: Wales: Tenby; White Cross Inn, Caerphilly; Cardiff City Stadium; BBC Cymru Wales New Broadcasting House; GWR train travelling between Cardiff and Swansea
Writer:Russell T Davies
Director:Dylan Holmes Williams
Producer:Vicki Delow
Executive Producers:Jane Tranter, Joel Collins, Julie Gardner, Phil Collinson and Russell T Davies
Production Executive for BBC Studios:John Hamer
Executive Producer for the BBC:Rebecca Ferguson
Commissioning Editor for the BBC:Lindsay Salt
Co-Producer:Ellen Marsh
Script Supervisor:Richard Pask
Script Editors:Scott Handcock and Rosheed Bello (Assistant)
Editors:Chris Roebuck BFE, Emily Lawrence (Assistant), Joseph Keirle (Assistant) and Matt Nathan (VFX)
Colourist:Gareth Spensley
Production Executive:Steffan Morris
Junior Production Executive:Charlotte Cox
Production Manager:Delmi Thomas
Post Production Producer:Ceres Doyle
Post Production Supervisor:Liv Duffin
Location Managers:Baljinder Sidhu, Jason Keatley, Alex Moore (Assistant) and Shuaib Said (Assistant)
Supervising Location Manager:Iwan Roberts
Studio Manager:Richard Balshaw
Unit Manager:Kyle Yates
Production Designer:Phil Sims
Director of Production:Emily Russell
Director of Photography:Sam Care
Casting Director:Andy Pryor CDG
Online Editor:Christine Kelly
Line Producer:Mark Devlin
Costume Designer:Pam Downe
Hair & Make-Up Designer:Claire Williams
Cameramen:James Chesterton ACO (Operator), Andrea Jovanovska (Trainee), Chai Lee Tan (Trainee) and Farah Rose (Trainee)
Construction:Real TV
Visual Effects:Automatik VFX
VFX Producer:Will Cohen
VFX Supervisor:Sean Varney
Additional VFX:BBC Wales Graphics and Egg VFX
Special Effects:Real SFX
Creature Design:Painting Practice
Stunt Co-ordinators:Andy Godbold and Derek Lea
Stunt Performers:Chris Morrison, Leo Woodruff, Mike Denton and Paul Bailey
Creature Choreographer:Paul Kasey
Incidental Music:Murray Gold
Sound Recordist:Alex Thompson
Re-recording Mixer:Paul McFadden
Music Conducted By:Alastair King
Music Performed By:BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Music Supervisors:Ollie White and Marnie Davidge (Assistant)
Title Sequence:Painting Practice & Realtime Visualisation
Title Music:Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Arranged by Murray Gold
Number of Doctors: 1
The Doctor: Ncuti Gatwa (The Fifteenth Doctor)
Number of Companions: 1The Companion: Millie Gibson (Ruby Sunday) Guest Cast: Anita Dobson (Mrs Flood), Jemma Redgrave (Kate Lethbridge-Stewart) Additional Cast: Hilary Hobson (The Woman), Susan Twist (Hiker), Maxine Evans (Lowri Palin), Sian Phillips (Enid Meadows), Sion Pritchard (Joshua Steele), Gwion Morris Jones (Ifor Jones), Elan Davies (Thin Lucy), Glyn Pritchard (Eddie Jones), Michelle Greenidge (Carla Sunday), Angela Wynter (Cherry Sunday), Graham Butler (Frank Hinchey), Ali Ariaie (Sanjay Miah), Albey Brookes (Rufas Bray), Aneurin Barnard (Roger ap Gwilliam), Miles Yekinni (Craig Deloach), Amol Rajan (Himself), Sophie Ablett (Marti Bridges), Shane David-Joseph (Akhim Patil), Jason May (Groundsman), Dylan Baldwin (Security Officer), David Constant (Armed Policeman), Deeivya Meir (Newsreader), Amanda Walker (Old Ruby), Rhyanna Alexander-Davies (Elizabeth Campbell), Vee Vimolmal (Nurse)Setting: Wales (2024), London (2046) and 2086 Villain:Roger ap Gwilliam

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No. Episodes Broadcast
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Duration Viewers
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In Archive
87973 Yards25 May 202447'06"4.1Yes

Total Duration 47 Minutes


Audience Appreciation

Average Viewers (Millions) 4.1


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Notes


"73 Yards" was written by Russell T Davies, directed by Dylan Holmes Williams and one of the show's most mysterious stories yet, with little revealed about its plot prior to transmission.

In this story, the TARDIS arrives at the top of a Welsh cliff where the Fifteenth Doctor (played by Ncuti Gatwa) suddenly disappears after breaking a fairy circle. His travelling companion, Ruby Sunday (played by Millie Gibson) spends a lifetime without The Doctor while being followed by a mysterious woman who is always 73 yards away from her. Taking place in an alternate timeline, this story explores the theme of abandonment. It focusses on Ruby being abandoned by her birth mother and the impact it has had upon her when taken to the extreme of everyone close to Ruby also abandoning her.

Russell T Davies described this story as being a ‘Welsh folk horror’ and the antagonist to be the ‘strangest villain you'll ever see’. He further explained that this story would show Ruby living ‘a life of penitence’, required to do ‘something good’ to earn forgiveness for The Doctor's unintentional ‘lack of respect’ in breaking a fairy circle. Ncuti Gatwa stated that this story was important to Ruby's overall development throughout this season.

During this story we see Ruby at different stages in her life - all with the woman still following her. A pivotal scene then takes place in a hospital, when Ruby is an old woman and about to pass away. The woman in the distance appears in the hospital room, right in front of Ruby. As they see each other, we are transported back to the clifftop to when The Doctor and Ruby first stepped out of the TARDIS - but this time we see things from the woman's perspective and this time, Ruby manages to stop The Doctor from breaking the fairy circle. He doesn't disappear, and everything is set right. The older version of Ruby now disappears, with younger Ruby seeming to not remember anything - except for the idea that she has visited Wales a third time in her life - rather than the two that she mentioned at the very beginning of this story.

Russell T Davies went some way to explaining this ending when speaking in a behind-the-scenes video on the Doctor Who YouTube channel. He revealed that this story’s cyclical plot: ‘Something profane has happened with the disturbance of that fairy circle. There’s been a lack of respect. The Doctor, who’s very respectful of alien cultures and alien lifeforms and alien mythologies, he’s just walked through something very, very powerful. So something has gone wrong, and something has just corrected. It’s like Ruby had to spend a life of penitence, in which she eventually does something good, which brings the whole thing full circle, which kind of forgives them in the end’.

As to the significance of 73 yards - Russell T Davies has said that it seems that 73 yards is the perfect distance to be able to see the figure in the distance but not see any distinguishing features. It also had to be shorter than the length of a football pitch for the scene with Roger ap Gwilliam (played by Aneurin Barnard) to work.

Russell T Davies revealed on Doctor Who: Unleashed: ‘It’s 73 yards simply because, when I was writing this... I have no idea about distance, so to get the distance I went out to Swansea Pier. And on Swansea Pier the railings are three and a half feet long, so I could measure. So I literally stood on Swansea Pier until I could stare, just at people passing by, until a woman was eventually about 73 yards away. And I thought, “That’s the right distance. She’s a blur, but she’s not a blur, I can just about see her”. And I handed the script in saying, “It’s not exactly a very scientific method, I think that’s right. It might be 90, it might be 60”. Turns out, I was right! My scientific methods using railings on Swansea Pier were exactly right, and we’ve stuck with 73 yards’.

Casting for this story was announced on the 9th January 2023. As well as Aneurin Barnard appearing as the antagonistic Prime Minister Roger ap Gwilliam, Hilary Hobson portrays The Woman, while Siân Phillips portrays Enid Meadows. The older version of Ruby was played by Amanda Walker.

Before broadcast there was a myth that this story would be about Susan Twist's recurring roles, and she would be the woman Ruby was referring to in the teaser trailer. Even though this did not happen, Susan Twist's recurrence in this season continued when Ruby encounters a hiker played by Susan Twist. Ruby believes she has seen the hiking woman before, but does not recall from where or when. Susan Twist also portrayed the face on the screen of the Ambulances depicted in the previous story, "Boom", was also the tea lady in "The Devil's Chord" and Mrs Merridew in last season’s Fourteenth Doctor story "Wild Blue Yonder".

This story features several other returning characters including Jemma Redgrave as Kate Lethbridge-Stewart, the leader of UNIT who has acted in a recurring role in the show since it was revived in 2005 - last appearing in "The Giggle". Anita Dobson reprises her role as Mrs Flood in a brief appearance. Amol Rajan makes a cameo as a fictionalised version of himself. Real broadcast journalists were used as extras in the scenes filmed at the BBC Broadcasting House.

This story is deemed as a ‘Doctor-lite’ story - which refers to a story that features limited screen time for The Doctor - and the first Doctor-lite story since the 2008 story "Turn Left" and the fourth overall (the others are "Love & Monsters" and "Blink"). It is also the first Doctor-lite story to include an incarnation of The Doctor other than the Tenth Doctor.

While previous Doctor-lite stories were devised in order to allow the crew to work on two stories at once, The Doctor's absence throughout the majority of this story was due to Ncuti Gatwa only being available for one day of filming as he was still working on his last series of Sex Education.

This was the first story of Season Forty One (New Series 14) to be filmed (as part of the first production block along with the following story, "Dot and Bubble"). Location filming took place in various locations around Wales in late 2022 and early 2023. The scenes of Ruby aged thirty years-old, in her flat, were the first that Millie Gibson shot for the show.

The opening scene was filmed near the West Wales town of Tenby. Two TARDIS props were used during filming because the production team needed it to appear aged and would not have had time to re-paint it on location.

Filming for the pub scenes took place at the White Cross Inn in Caerphilly, which had also previously been used as a filming location in the spin-off series Torchwood. Some scenes were also filmed at BBC Cymru Wales New Broadcasting House and Cardiff City Stadium.

Russell T Davies mentioned this story in a Digital Spy interview in March 2023 - stating: ‘I sat here and I watched episode four last night and I think it’s one of the greatest things I’ve ever made in my life, so I’m very, very happy with it’.

Director Dylan Holmes Williams also revealed: ‘As the lucky man who got to direct this incredible script, I’ve got to say I’m very excited about what we created’.

Ruby, on describing The Doctor, states that he is a ‘Black guy, 5 foot 10’.

At the beginning of this story Ruby reveals that she has visited Wales twice before: to see a show in Cardiff and when she was 16 years old while on a date with a boy in the Mumbles.

Ruby mentions she could once make it snow, recalling this occurrence in "Space Babies" and "The Devil's Chord".

Ruby recalls in 2086 that she never found out who her birth parents were, recalling her failed efforts to do so in "The Church on Ruby Road".

Kate Lethbridge-Stewart remarks that she is still part of UNIT, as she has since the events of "The Power of Three", and that they have increasingly been dealing with the supernatural, referencing her encounter with The Toymaker in "The Giggle".

Kate Lethbridge-Stewart states that UNIT has recently made a habit out of recruiting The Doctor's former companions, as seen in "The Power of The Doctor", "The Star Beast" and "The Giggle".

Kate Lethbridge-Stewart remarks that Ruby's timeline has been suspended along an event. The Tenth Doctor once remarked how the time beetle from the Trickster's Brigade had done this to Donna Noble during the events in "Turn Left".

Carla Sunday, Cherry Sunday and Mrs Flood also exists in the alternate reality and still live in London, as first established in "The Church on Ruby Road".

Mad Jack mentioned in this story turns out to be Roger ap Gwilliam who becomes Prime Minister during this story. He is revealed to be a dangerous politician, who Ruby gets close to in order to formulate a plan to get rid of him.

We first hear the name Mad Jack when Ruby reads a piece of paper in the fairy circle saying: ‘Rest in Peace, Mad Jack’. During the 2040s, Ruby sees Roger ap Gwilliam on television revealing his nickname was ‘Mad Jack’.

During this story Roger ap Gwilliam makes chilling political promises, as well as it being made clear that he is harassing staff members.

Ruby manages to force him to resign during a visit to a football stadium. Standing exactly 73 yards away from him, she causes the woman in the distance to stand right next to him. Terrified, he runs away from her and resigns from his role as Prime Minister.

The TARDIS still uses a perception filter as established in "Boom Town".

Ruby still has the key to the TARDIS that The Doctor gifted to her in "Space Babies" - However, after The Doctor disappears Ruby discovers that the key no longer works.

With The Doctor banished, the TARDIS sits abandoned on a clifftop and is occasionally visited by people, who lay flowers and messages around it. The Fourteenth Doctor once imagined a similar fate happening to the TARDIS if he were to die during the events of "Wild Blue Yonder".

One of the few amusing scenes in this story is when Ruby is looking for The Doctor behind the TARDIS, she is heard to comment ‘I hope you're not having a pee 'round the back’.

The name of the pub Ruby visits is named Y Pren Marw. This translates to ‘The Dead Wood’. This pub has been used as a filming location once before in the Torchwood episode "Countrycide".

One of the customers in the pub drinks a beer named Llanfer Ceiriog. This town was visited by the Seventh Doctor and Ace in the Virgin Books' The New Adventures novel "Cat's Cradle: Witch Mark" written by Andrew Hunt.

The Albion party name used in 2046 references to an ancient Celtic name for Great Britain in real life.

The fairy circle’s curse of causing people who interact with Ruby's older self to cause them to be overcome with fear and instantly despise and resent Ruby resembles the curse Clyde Langer once had placed on him in the 2011The Sarah Jane Adventures story "The Curse of Clyde Langer".

It is not clear what the woman says to those that approach her to cause them to run away and abandon Ruby.

When Carla attempts to call Ruby while speaking to the strange woman, Ruby is unable to hear what she is saying.

This story was first released in the UK on the BBC iPlayer and aired on BBC One on the 25th May 2024. It was released simultaneously on Disney+ in the United States on 24th May. Disney also handled international distribution of the story outside of the United Kingdom and Ireland.

This story marks the fourth time that a Doctor Who story has had no opening theme song or title sequence. This previously occurred in the 2015 story "Sleep No More", the 2018 story "The Woman Who Fell to Earth" and the 2019 story "Resolution".

The end titles include the caption: ‘Produced with the support of Incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland’.

The BBC One overnight viewing figures for this story was up on the current most-watched story for this season, "Space Babies", with 2.62m viewers.

This story received positive reviews from critics, with Millie Gibson's performance being widely praised.

A novelisation of this story written by Scott Handcock is due to be released on the 8th August 2024 in paperback as part of the Target Collection. An audiobook edition, read by Susan Twist, will be released the same day.


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The Plot

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Clifftop Arrival
Clifftop Arrival

The Doctor and his travelling companion Ruby Sunday arrive in the TARDIS on top of a cliff in Wales. On exiting the TARDIS, Ruby mentions her two previous visits to Wales which prompts The Doctor to mention that a Welshman named Roger ap Gwilliam will become Prime Minister in 2046 and who will bring the world to the brink of a nuclear war. Distracted by this discussion, when The Doctor realises that Ruby is from 2024 and so he has revealed something in the future, The Doctor accidentally steps on a fairy circle - breaking a part of it. As Ruby reads some of the notes that were left on it, which reference a ‘Mad Jack’, she suddenly realises that The Doctor has vanished. Unable to see him anywhere nearby, she attempts to re-enter the TARDIS but finds it has sealed itself. Ruby then sees a mysterious woman in the distance. But when Ruby tries approaching The Woman she somehow keeps her distance without seeming to move.

Ruby decides to walk across the cliffs towards a nearby town. On the way she encounters an oddly-familiar looking lady hiking. The lady confirms that she can see The Woman who seems to be following Ruby. Due to Ruby's concern the hiker approaches The Woman. Ruby, watching from a distance, she sees the lady hiker briefly talk to The Woman. But then the hiker stares at Ruby for a few seconds before running away screaming. With The Woman still following her, Ruby soon arrives at a pub called Y Pren Marw (Welsh for ‘The Dead Wood’), where she arranges to get a bed for the night. She then has to endure some ribbing from the locals, who play on her mention of ‘Mad Jack’ and the fact The Doctor disturbed the fairy circle and then she read the notes. Ruby then persuades one of the locals named Josh to approach The Woman to ask her what's going on. Watching from the pub window, Ruby sees Josh approach The Woman, then stare back at Ruby before running away screaming just like what happened earlier with the hiker.

Baffled by this Ruby stays at the pub for a few days, with The Woman still keeping her distance. Ruby spends most of the time waiting at the TARDIS in case The Doctor reappears. However, he never does. She decides to head back home when the pub's landlady kicks her out after Josh tells her he will never return to the pub while Ruby is staying there. As Ruby sits in the London bound train she is horrified to find that she can still see The Woman from the window, constantly present despite the train travelling at high-speed.

Ruby Reading a Fairycircle Note
Ruby Reading a Fairycircle Note

On returning home, Ruby tells her mother, Carla, what has happened and requests her help. But when Carla talks to The Woman, she flees in terror and a desperate Ruby gives chase. Carla then gets into a taxi and, as it drives past Ruby, Carla stares at Ruby with pure hatred. Carla then disowns Ruby and leaves her on the streets, where Ruby eventually meets up with Kate Lethbridge-Stewart, the Head of UNIT, and explains everything that has happened.

Kate reveals that The Doctor has not been seen again after disappearing in Wales, and comments on the increase in magical activity tracked by UNIT of late. She speculates that the TARDIS’s perception filter on the fairy circle may have created the phenomenon. The Woman is still around, maintaining a constant distance of 73 yards from Ruby, yet no-one else seems to be bothered by her constant presence. Kate shows Ruby images that UNIT's sophisticated cameras have been trying to take of The Woman but they are all blurred. She assures Ruby that her team should be able to approach The Woman safely as they have all psychic conditioning as well as many technological and supernatural defences. But when she orders her team to approach The Woman, with strict instructions not to make any kind of contact, things do not go to plan. All the UNIT members turn to look at Ruby, including Kate who while staring furiously at Ruby calls her team off and abruptly depart leaving a very frustrated Ruby.

Where is The Doctor?
Where is The Doctor?

Ruby spends the next twenty years alone as she is not able to make any lasting relationships, with The Woman being the only constant in her life. By 2046, while in a bar with her current partner who is about to leave her, Ruby sees on a television a political debate for a forthcoming General Election. This is with Roger ap Gwilliam who is running for Prime Minister and who is representing the Albion Party. In the interview, Roger ap Gwilliam claims his nickname when he was younger was ‘Mad Jack’. Ruby suddenly remembers The Doctor telling her, just before he disappeared, that Roger ap Gwilliam will bring Britain to the brink of nuclear war after he is elected.

Ruby suddenly realises what she must do and heads immediately to the Albion Party headquarters to offer her to help so that she can then find out the truth about Roger ap Gwilliam. During another interview Roger ap Gwilliam's desire for power is evident as he hints that he wants to get his hands on nuclear weapons. The Albion Party win the General Election by a landslide and so Roger ap Gwilliam becomes Prime Minister. Later, his team heads to Cardiff City Stadium to prepare for an upcoming political rally. Ruby listens to Roger ap Gwilliam’s aides and learns that he plans to make a speech to the world where he will announce that Britain is leaving NATO and is buying Pakistan's nuclear arsenal. Ruby realises that he is intending to use the weapons to hold the world hostage in an attempt to achieve total domination. Realising this is the time to act Ruby heads down and across the pitch, despite the risk of being shot by security guards. Ruby positions herself exactly 73 yards away from Roger ap Gwilliam leading to him encountering The Woman and, like all those previously, Roger ap Gwilliam runs off in terror.

That night, Ruby watches the news as it is announced that Roger ap Gwilliam has resigned as Prime Minister. On hearing this Ruby smiles and approaches her window, looking down as The Woman, who still stands looking at her. Ruby asks if she has done what it wanted in thwarting Roger ap Gwilliam's plans. Pressing her head on the glass, she asks if The Woman will now leave her alone.

The Woman in the Distance
The Woman in the Distance

Forty years later, in 2086, an elderly Ruby returns back to Wales to the site where the TARDIS landed. It is still there, lying derelict and covered in moss. Even now, The Woman still remains by Ruby, exactly 73 yards away. Ruby speaks to TARDIS in the hope that the Doctor can hear her, telling him how she never reconciled with Carla or found her birth mother and that it never snowed again. With the strange Woman still present, and looking no different to when Ruby first saw her decades earlier, Ruby says that after thinking about it for years she thinks she knows who The Woman is, and this is giving her hope.

Three years later Ruby lies in a hospital bed dying of old age, a nurse sees to Ruby and tells she won't be on her own in the night. Ruby responds that while she has been abandoned throughout her life, she has never been alone for the past sixty-five years. During the night, Ruby hears whispers from her bed and turns on the light to see The Woman is now standing closer and has her back to her. The lights start to flicker as The Woman moves closer and closer to Ruby, who realises what is about to happen and joyously holds out her arms.

Suddenly Ruby finds herself standing in Wales back in 2024. It transpires that the figure was Ruby the whole time, as an old woman. This time though, Ruby has arrived earlier, observing as her younger self and The Doctor emerge from the TARDIS. As the younger Ruby mentions to The Doctor that she has been to Wales three times and describes the first two trips, she notices her older self in the distance and tries to point her out to The Doctor. The Woman though vanishes before The Doctor can see her, but a whisper, saying ‘don't step’, in Ruby's ear causes her to notice the fairy circle before The Doctor steps on it. She is therefore able to prevent him from breaking it this time. The Doctor describes what a fairy circle is to Ruby and stops her from reading the notes.

The Doctor and Ruby continue along the cliff top, leaving the circle completely undisturbed so averting the alternate timeline that the old Ruby came from. As they walk, The Doctor asks Ruby about the third time she had been to Wales. Ruby though is not sure why she said it and only replies that she has visited there ‘now’.

 
A Familiar Person?
A Familiar Person?
Ruby and Carla
Ruby and Carla
Kate Lethbridge-Stewart
Kate Lethbridge-Stewart
Roger ap Gwilliam
Roger ap Gwilliam
 
73 Yards
73 Yards
Older Ruby
Older Ruby
The Stranger Communicates
The Stranger Communicates
The Doctor is Back
The Doctor is Back




Quote of the Story


 'That smell. That green. That coastline, Ruby! The rocks and the water, it never ends, the war between the land and the sea.'

The Doctor



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FormatTitleRelease Date (UK)Code NumberCover ArtRemarks
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The Complete Fourteenth Series Box SetDue: August 2024Photo-montageDVD boxed set containing 7 stories from New Series 14 along with the 2023 Christmas Special "The Church on Ruby Road"
Video
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The Complete Fourteenth Series Box SetDue: August 2024Photo-montageBlu-Ray boxed set containing 7 stories from New Series 14 along with the 2023 Christmas Special "The Church on Ruby Road"
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Fourteenth Series Box Set (Limited Edition Steelbook)Due: August 2024Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray Steelbook boxed set containing 7 stories from New Series 14 along with the 2023 Christmas Special "The Church on Ruby Road"


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FormatTitleRelease Date (UK)PublisherAuthorCover ArtRemarks
Novel
Novel
73 YardsDue: August 2024BBC BooksScott HandcockDan LilesTarget Collection. ISBN: 978-1-78594-886-2 (Paperback)
CD
CD
73 YardsDue: August 2024BBC AudioScott HandcockDan LilesAudio version of the BBC Books Novel read by Susan Twist.
Doctor Who Magazine - PreviewIssue 604 (Released: June 2024)

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