DOCTOR WHO SHADA SCRIPT PDF

One of the scripts that he wrote, Shada, was never completed due to a labor strike and was left unfinished until now. Gareth Roberts, who has written scripts for the current Doctor Who series as well as spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures, has taken what Adams started and finished it in this new novel. He plans to live a quiet, unremarkable life, but he's made a little mistake. He has a copy of The Worshipful and Ancient Law of Gallifrey and he's carelessly given it to a grad student who's using it to impress girls. This very dangerous book cannot be left just hanging out on coffee tables at the university.

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Just to return a book to Gallifrey. But nothing from Gallifrey is ever what it seems. When they land they find themselves immediately in trouble as the Professor has accidentally let the book be borrowed by a student, who has discovered the book's strange powers. Also the book is wanted by a strange alien called Skagra who has an incredible and highly deadly way of getting someone to give him the information or whatever he seeks - a sphere with the ability to drain a person's or being's mind of all knowledge whilst almost killing a person in the process.

It is clear that the Doctor, Romana and K-9 have fallen across something big. The book is a key to some strange power and Skagra needs it to fulfill all his plans. But what are they? Who is Skagra? But how can you fight an enemy without knowing anything about him The script was written by Douglas Adams who was also Season 17's script-editor and was Graham Williams's last story before stepping down as Doctor Who's Producer and give the task to John Nathan-Turner who was to produce the programme through the s.

The recording dates for the story was to be from Mid-October to Early-December for a transmission date of Mid-January The location filming was completed where the story was set - in Cambridge Douglas Adams studied there in his youth and hence was the natural place to set the story. Recording a programme like this was done in three basic steps - Location, Rehearsal and Recording. This means that the filming for all the scenes on Location was done first, mainly to trim down travelling money and recording by filming all of the location footage first.

This would allow the production team to save on money and time and the cast and crew wouldn't have to travel from London to Cambridge for each episode to be recorded. Next comes the Rehearsal for the studio scenes and then finally recording the serial in the studio in certain "blocks" - that is all the scenes in certain places are recorded to save the BBC from keeping setting up and taking down sets all of the time.

Everything was recording normally and the first block was completed but suddenly the BBC Unions called a strike in Mid-November This was due to the amount of money that some people was getting paid more than others. This mean that everything the BBC was producing and making at the time was either put on hold or cancelled altogether. The strike caused massive damage. When the BBC started to produce programmes again in early December , higher priority was and is usually given in situation like these.

The new Producer, John Nathan Turner, tried to trim it down for a Christmas showing but it was impossible as some of the actors was already engaged in other projects and so the story was again shelved. Also JNT thought that it was the opposite of the stories he was currently making - the more serious Season Eighteen - and didn't want viewers to be reminded of the silliness of Season Seventeen.

But a recording of all shot footage was bootlegged out of the BBC and was available for several years. In John Nathan-Turner decided to release on Home Video the completed so far work of SHADA the first recording block and the location filming with a script book so that buyers could read what was due to happen.

Therefore, since this is the Missing Script Page and some of Shada was completed, I thought that I should have a go at trying to complete it. All the transmitted stuff on the video is here and copies of the unmade scenes. Tom Baker's links from the Home Video are there but in certain places I have trimmed the link down so that it doesn't spoil your reading.

I would like to thank Steven K Manfred at Steven. Manfred uwrf. Finally I would also like to say a big "Thank You" to my uncle Frank Dicker who sadly died while I wrote these scripts. He was a great fan of the work on the missing episodes and of the reconstruction. Rest In Peace. I hope you enjoy it. I had great fun making it. RED indicates Tom Bakers linking narration from the video. GREEN indicates further information provided by the transcriber.

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Filmed in ; never aired. In , Douglas Adams, then script editor for Doctor Who , wrote a story for the show in which the villain disastrously shatters into half a dozen fragments of himself that scatter throughout time. Later that year, he wrote another one. This time, the story itself exploded, shattered into half a dozen fragments of itself, and scattered throughout time. But that was back when it was still lost. No, this is just a thinly written, overly formulaic story, with some clever ideas and a smattering of good Adamsian jokes and Bakerian Doctoring stretched out over a lot of boring filler.

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Just to return a book to Gallifrey. But nothing from Gallifrey is ever what it seems. When they land they find themselves immediately in trouble as the Professor has accidentally let the book be borrowed by a student, who has discovered the book's strange powers. Also the book is wanted by a strange alien called Skagra who has an incredible and highly deadly way of getting someone to give him the information or whatever he seeks - a sphere with the ability to drain a person's or being's mind of all knowledge whilst almost killing a person in the process.

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The cast and crew were in the middle of production when a strike at the BBC disrupted filming and the serial was never finished. That is, until very recently when it was completed by using original and remastered footage and filling-in the scenes that were never filmed with animation. Original stars Tom Baker who played the Fourth Doctor and Lalla Ward Romana even provided newly recorded dialogue from the original script. The rare scripts being auctioned off by Rogers Jones Co. Here's a look at the scripts via the good folks at Rogers Jones Co. It was filmed on location in Cambridge where part of the episode takes place before they head to space with K-9 tagging along.

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