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Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord: Part 2


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by Robert Holmes
Starring Colin Baker
A 14-part adventure
The Doctor has been placed on trial by the Time Lords. If found guilty, he will forfeit his remaining lives!
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Writer: Robert Holmes
Incidental Music: Dominic Glynn
Script Editor: Eric Saward
Designer: John Anderson
Producer: John Nathan-Turner
Director: Nicholas Mallett
The Doctor: Colin Baker
Valeyard: Michael Jayston
Inquisitor: Lynda Bellingham
Balazar: Adam Blackwood
Merdeen: Tom Chadbon
Grell: Timothy Walker
Drathro: Roger Brierley
Katryca: Joan Sims
Peri: Nicola Bryant
Tandrell: Sion Tudor Owen
Humker: Billy McColl
Glitz: Tony Selby
Dibber: Glen Murphy
Broken Tooth: David Rodigan

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Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord: Part 2

BBC One London, 13 September 1986 17.45

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