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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (12 Dec 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 184435234X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1844352340
  • Product Dimensions: 14.3 x 1 x 12.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 951,011 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Feb 2007
Format: Audio CD
Fourth and final entry in a series of four audio plays which tell the story of davros, the creator of the daleks, first seen in the doctor who story genesis of the daleks.

Davros as this story opens is almost the being we met on tv in that story. He falls into the hands of enemies, and is rescued by soldiers lead by lieutenant nyder. Another character who also appeared in genesis of the daleks. The latter has peter miles reprise his role as the character, and he doesn't sound a bit different despite a gap of over thirty years.

Nyder believes in what davros is trying to do to save his people. The politicans don't because davros' scheme has no place for concepts such as morality. But with nyder by his side, can anyone stand in his way?

Strong stuff, and if this had been on tv in 1975 it would have probably gotten a few complaints for how graphic it is. But just like the others in the series, it is also completely gripping drama, and the actors involved are superb. It also poses a few moral questions that will make you think for a while, as all good drama should do.

A great end to a great audio series
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timelord007 TOP 100 REVIEWER on 11 Dec 2013
Format: Audio CD
Positive.
1)Terry Molloy brings the Davros character full circle in this excellent final part of I Davros mini series.
2) A brilliant dark & engaging final part to I Davros written by Scott Alan Woodward.
3)The ending is chilling.

Negative.
None.

Trivia.
1)Dalek voice & executive producer of Big Finish Nick Briggs plays another Character here named Baran.
2)Lisa Bowerman who's better known as Bernice (Benny) Summerfield play's the character of Colonel Murash.
3)Peter Miles returns to perform the character of Nyder from Genesis Of The Daleks as in this story his rank is Lieutenant.

CD Info.
2xCD disc one Episode 4 Guilt, Disc 2 behind the scenes interviews & the making of the I Davros mini series.

Review.
The Kaled city has become ravaged as life has now become one of fear as the Kaleds are now protected by a transparent dome that has been built to protect the remains of the Kaled city.

The Thals kidnap Davros from his Wheelchair in a bid to keep him away from his laboratory's resulting in the Supremo to send in a elite squadron led by Lieutenant Nyder who is a young & immoral & has no feeling or compassion except duty to the cause in a attempt to rescue Davros from the Thal enemy's.

Lieutenant Nyders plan in rescuing Davros is a success but Davros is changed by this experience as now as well as his greed for knowledge he seeks to bring about his Mark III travel machine to exterminate the whole Thal race & will sacrifice anybody that stands in his way exterminating the Kaled Ruling Council & bringing into Law compulsory nursery care for the newborn Kaled children to which Davros describes as The Children Of Davros.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jane Aland VINE VOICE on 17 Feb 2007
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This fourth and final installment in Big Finish's audio series features Davros in the familiar form of crippled maniac, as the story of the creation of the Daleks is taken up to the point just prior to the television story Genesis of the Daleks. As ever it's great to hear Terry Molloy as Davros, and an added bonus here is his first meeting with his henchman Nyder, the only problem is this chapter struggles to find anything new to say about Davros. The story deals with Davros being kidnapped by the Thals and subsequently rescued but, contrary to the cover blurb, this doesn't really alter Davros way of thinking as he has already become set on the extermination of the Thals in previous episodes. It's nice top hear some of the blanks in Davros backstory filled in, but despite some excellent performances all round by the time of this play there really isn't much room for any real suprises here. A decent character piece, but a little lacking in plot. NOTE - This final chapter also comes with a bonus 2nd disc featuring behind the scenes interviews.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DWard on 17 Mar 2012
Format: Audio CD
Received cd long before expected. Love having Davro's backstory. Deepens one's understanding of the Daleks as well. Have been telling other Dr. Who fans about Big Finish.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. James Smith on 19 Oct 2012
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Well, it's made by Big Finish Productions and this final episode definitely lives up to the name. The last vestiges of humanity are slowly peeled away and the crippled psycopathic genius is revealed in all his dark glory. Amongst several sterling performances, special mention has to go to Peter Miles as Lieutenant Nyder. His portrayal of the coldly sociopathic Security Commander Nyder in 'Genesis of the Daleks' scared the hell out of me more than the icky embryo Daleks did. Ok - that was 1975 and I was only nine. Amazingly, the guy's voice is just as creepily effective as he introduces us to a younger but no less ruthless Nyder.
Other highlights include Davros' 'removal' of the Kaled Ruling Council and the compulsory 'nursery' care ordered by Davros for all new born Kaled children. One of these is Tech-Ops Ludella's baby boy Kento. The following is a sample of the dialogue. However, the degree to which hearing it works on the imagination can't be replicated here.

'Nyder, please see that Ludella is - introduced - to our nursery.'

'Davros, I have found Tech-Op Ludella unconscious outside. What should I do with her?'

'Bring her inside. The children of Davros are - hungry. Who knows, when she wakens to see how pleased her son is to see his mother she may have a change of heart...'
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