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Doctor Who and The Monsters

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The Ice Warriors starring Jon Pertwee as The Doctor in The Curse of Peladon by BRIAN HAYLES
The first of a two-part adventure
Title music by RON GRAINER and BBC RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP
Incidental music by DUDLEY SIMPSON Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by LENNIE MAYNE

Contributors

The Doctor: Jon Pertwee
Writer: Brian Hayles
Music By: Ron Grainer
Music By: Dudley Simpson
Producer: Barry Letts
Directed By: Lennie Mayne
Torbis: Henry Gilbert
Peladon: David Troughton
Hepesh: Geoffrey Toone
Grun: Gordon St Clair
Aggedor: Nick Hobbs
Jo Grant: Katy Manning
Alpha Centauri: Stuart Fell
Voice of Alpha Centauri: Ysanne Churchman
Arcturus: Murphy Grumbar
Voice of Arcturus: Terry Bale
Ssorg: Sonny Caldinez
Izlyr: Alan Bennion

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Doctor Who and The Monsters

BBC One London, 12 July 1982 19.20






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