Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Bonnie Langford (Mel), John Aston (Louis #2), Gail Clayton (Rigan), Hugh Hemmings (Johannes Rausch), Sam Peter Jackson (Shokhra), Jennie Linden (Professor Klyst), Toby Longworth (The Cabbie), Jamie Sandford (Louis)
In a run-down asylum, screams echo in the halls as mysterious creatures roam, terrorizing the staff. Patients complain of betrayal rather than illness, and no-one is quite what they seem.
Mel knows that The Doctor is the best person to find the answers – but she is stranded on Earth, and the TARDIS has returned without him
Why does a medical facility need to be under armed guard? What procedures are the staff carrying out, and to what purpose? What is the price that must be paid for making an agreement with those who run the asylum?
As the answers begin to be uncovered, The Doctor finds that the past may yet come back to haunt him.
- Unregenerate was the seventieth monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions.
- A BBC News bulletin on 15 October 1957 reports on the recent launch of Sputnik, Earth’s first artificial satellite, by the Soviet Unedition.
- A BBC News bulletin reported in 2007 that the United States and United Kingdom governments were anticipating final victory in the Iraq War in the near future.
- The title is taken from a Sixth Doctor line in Part One of The Twin Dilemma.
- Chronologically, this is the earliest audio drama to featurethe Seventh Doctor.
- This audio drama was recorded on 16 and 17 November 2004 at The Moat Studios.
- The Doctor mentions in his holographic recording that most circuitous routes are more interesting than straight lines. (The Time Warrior)
- Mel tells the Cabbie that she has the “memory of an elephant.” (The Ultimate Foe, The One Doctor, Time and the Rani)
- Mel mentions the Sixth Doctor’s trial at the hands of the Time Lords. (The Trial of a Time Lord)