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==Novelisation==
 
==Novelisation==
 
*The story was novelised by Gareth Roberts, published by BBC Books in '''March 2012'''.  
 
*The story was novelised by Gareth Roberts, published by BBC Books in '''March 2012'''.  
*The book was later translated into several languages, and published in [[Italy]], [[France]], Hungary, [[Brazil]], [[Turkey]], China, [[Germany]], Czech Republic, and Russia, between 2013 and 2016.  
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*The book was later translated into several languages, and published in [[Italy]], [[France]], [[Hungary]], [[Brazil]], [[Turkey]], [[China]], [[Germany]], [[Czech Republic]], and [[Russia]], between 2013 and 2016.  
 
**[http://www.timelash.com/tardis/display.php?2496 List of Shada novelisation editions]
 
**[http://www.timelash.com/tardis/display.php?2496 List of Shada novelisation editions]
  

Latest revision as of 04:26, 24 May 2020

Story Code: 5M / Season 17 UK Airdate: unfinished Doctor: Tom Baker
First airings by location UK Terrestrial and Satellite Repeats Previous Story / Next Story
Russian edition of Shada novelisation

This 6-part serial was never completed and did not air on TV in early 1980.

The surviving location footage and studio recordings plus specially-filmed to-camera narration by Tom Baker was released on VHS video in 1992.

A limited-movement "flash animation" adaptation with a newly-recorded soundtrack (by Big Finish Productions, using different actors in most of the main roles - i.e. this new version featured Paul McGann as the eighth Doctor) was released on the BBC Online website in 2003.

  • The webcast itself is no longer available, but some of the supporting behind the scenes material can still be accessed on the BBC's website:


Novelisation


Reconstruction

"Shada: The Lost Episode"
  • The story was officially reconstructed using full animation to replace all the missing material (but edited into an omnibus rather than as 6 episodes) and released as a digital download and on DVD in 2017.
  • 19 July 2018: BBC America aired the omnibus restoration at 8pm. It was also given the title "Doctor Who: The Lost Episode" in some press coverage and online listings.


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