Doctor Who: Time Tales
Summary: For over 40 years, the BBC's legendary Time Lord has roamed through time and space. Now he makes his fan home at Darker Projects. Combining elements of his TV predecessors with a flair all his own, the Doctor and his companions try to maintain order in a reality rife with chaos. Villains both new and old arise to challenge them in this exciting portrayal that will intrigue both veteran fans and curious newcomers.
Have a listen: Series 3 Teaser.
What is a god? To primitive races it's typically a being of extraordinary abilities and Cartorian is a most extraordinary goddess indeed. But the regal reptiloid shares a most unusual kinship, not so much with the people of Sorpa ... but with the Doctor. What is their connection and why does she want the Doctor obliterated? Listen: Doctor Who: Eye of the Chameleon, Part 2 (1:05:03, 89.8 MB mp3, released 2008.01.10) Written by Clym Angus Dodds Featured in the cast are: Mark Kalita as The Doctor David Sobkowiak as George M Sieiro Garcia as Cartorian David Maciver as Fe-forat Bruce Busby as General Jadis-Linn James Leeper as Theed-Horta Alexa Chipman as Seelan-Vex Ronnie Rowlands as The Acolyte Laura Frechette as The Computer Directed by Mark Kalita All production work by David Sobkowiak This is a special presentation from Darker Projects of the Broken Sea Audio Production.
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Sounds of celebration can be heard throughout the galaxy and everyone is preparing for the wedding of the decade. Young and naive Prince Chad is preparing to marry the Lady Zeldar and have lots of babies...or at least hopefully do the things you do to get lots of babies. But does he know the real truth about his future bride? What dark secret does the future Queen hold that has caused the Doctor to cross time and space in hopes of crashing the biggest wedding in Iscandari history? You won't want to miss Darker Projects' first-ever Dr. Who comedy! Listen: Doctor Who: The Wedding of Doom (50:03, 68.9 MB mp3, released 2007.12.09) Written by Miles Reid Featuring: Mark Kalita as The Doctor David Sobkowiak as George Gareth Preston as Zog Steven Jay Cohen as Prince Chad Fiona Thraille as Lady Zeldar Stevie Farnaby as The Reporter David MacIver as Robo-priest James Leeper as Policeman Robin Carlisle as Girlfriend #1 Damaris Mannering as Girlfriend #2 Tina Kalita as Maid of Honor Robots Paul W. Campbell as The Hoverchair Directed by Mark Kalita Post production by Bill Hollweg Music by Murray Gold, Marvin Hamlisch and Queen
All actions have consequences. On a planet facing a fate not too dissimilar to Earth's, the Doctor joins a group of vigilantes as they attempt to put a stop a corrupt government and its greed for energy. What consequences will their actions bring about? ... Only time will tell. 02.06 Materia (34:07, 62.5MB mp3, released 2007.09.15) Written by Fiona Conn Featured in the cast are: Mark Kalita as the Doctor Mark Bruzee as George Amanda Fitzwater as Mara Paul Mannering as Matthew Judah Friese as Pataki James Leeper as Teak Eric Busby as Isaiah Damaris Mannering as Rebecca Miles Reid as Joshua Gareth Preston as Minister Hassar MJ Cogburn as the Newsreader Shire Smith as Guard 1 David Sobkowiak as Guard 2 John Tadzrak as Guard 3 Garry Cobbum as the Head Researcher Fiona Conn as the Receptionist Dan Gorgone as the Commander Shire Smith as Lady 1 Phillip Moxley as Man 1 This series is produced and directed by Mark Kalita Post production by Byron Lee The executive producer for Darker Projects is Eric Busby
All actions have consequences. On a planet facing a fate not too dissimilar to Earth's, the Doctor joins a group of vigilantes as they attempt to put a stop a corrupt government and its greed for energy. What consequences will their actions bring about? ... Only time will tell. 02.05 Materia (38:15, 52.6MB mp3, released 2007.09.08) Written by Fiona Conn Featured in the cast are: Mark Kalita as the Doctor Mark Bruzee as George Amanda Fitzwater as Mara Paul Mannering as Matthew Judah Friese as Pataki James Leeper as Teak Eric Busby as Isaiah Damaris Mannering as Rebecca Miles Reid as Joshua Gareth Preston as Minister Hassar MJ Cogburn as the Newsreader Shire Smith as Guard 1 David Sobkowiak as Guard 2 John Tadzrak as Guard 3 Garry Cobbum as the Head Researcher Fiona Conn as the Receptionist Dan Gorgone as the Commander Shire Smith as Lady 1 Phillip Moxley as Man 1 This series is produced and directed by Mark Kalita Post production by Bill Hollweg. The executive producer for Darker Projects is Eric Busby.
Listen Doctor Who: Ghost, Part 2 (38:11, 36.5 MB, released 2006.11.05)
In a forgotten house dwells a spirit as old as mankind itself. And what an amateur team of ghost hunters thinks will net them the reality show of their dreams, will force them to fight a creature born of their worst nightmares. Will the Doctor and George be able to defeat an entity older and more powerful than even The Doctor's vast intellect? Or will The Doctor too be consumed by ... the ghost. Listen Doctor Who: Ghost, Part 1 (37:27, 37.7 MB, released 2006.10.29) Written by Matthew Chambers Featuring the voice talents of: Mark Kalita as The Doctor and The Deva Natasha Lathrop as George Fiona Conn as Jen Gareth Preston as James David Ault as Matt Paul Mannering as Zack The series is produced and directed by Mark Kalita Post-production by Byron Lee The executive producer for Darker Projects is Eric Busby
A new chapter begins in the Doctor's life after he learns the secret of the mysterious metal spike that once pierced his TARDIS. An old ally returns and a new companion is "born." Can they keep a psychic menace from absorbing the consciousness of all creation? Listen: Doctor Who: The Thought Eaters (28:22, 26.9 MB MP3, released 2005.05.11) Featuring the voice talents of Mark Kalita as The Doctor Shire Smith as Rain Mark Bruzee as George, The Aggregate Assembly and The Thought Eaters Chris Snyder as Professor Hayter Tina Bartsch as The Female Psychomorph The series is Directed and produced by Mark Kalita. Co-Produced by Mark Bruzee and post produced by Chris Snyder.
Doctor Who: The Nox (36:45, 33.7 MB) A plague has decimated all life on Earth. The human race stands on the brink of extinction. A handful of people survive in a shelter... The Doctor has the cure.... So why won't he give it to them? By Eric L. Busby Featuring The Doctor - Mark Kalita Rain - Krystal Homayun Thomas - Morgan Jeffery Kelly - Kara Dennison Servant - Elie Hirschman The Master - Mark Bruzee Special cameo appearances by William Hartnell Patrick Troughton Jon Pertwee Tom Baker Peter Davidson Collin Baker Sylvester McCoy Paul McGann Christopher Eccleston David Tennant Ronn Smith and Aaron Toman Written and produced by Eric Busby. Post production by Eric Busby 'The Nox' was originally going to be part of a story that would have celebrated the 40th anniversary of Doctor Who. This small segment would have been part of a story called 'Fractures of Infinity'. Basically, Fractures of Infinity, would have brought together three of the fan Doctor Who productions. However, although the project got started, for various reasons Fractures never came about... For me this was a grave disappointment because it would have been a great way for the various fan groups to take part of a celebration of Doctor Who 40th anniversary. Now I did have most of the lines for the Nox segment of Fractures in. And for the most part they sat on my hard drive for more than a year. A few weeks ago I began looking over everything that had come in and came to the conclusion that with a little re-working, Nox could very easily stand on it's own as a Doctor Who story. However the episodes would be very short. This is because Nox was meant to part to a lot more going on in various different scene with the other Doctors and what they would come up against. So although Fractures of Infinity did not see the light of day, Doctor Who: The Nox now does. So enjoy this little part to a grand Doctor Who adventure that sadly never was. Eric L. Busby Writer and producer of Doctor Who the Nox.