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04: Traces
Btrb7cd04
Preceeded by Ship
Followed by Legacy
Featured cast
Kev Style Kane Major
Renn Asimov Matthew Kopelke
Production notes
Recorded April 2004
Released March 2006

Arriving on an unidentified planet in the Tarron system, the fugitives discover a mysterious group of archaeologists digging up some strange objects in the dirt and sand on a barren world. One of their number, Feeld, believes that this discovery could lead to the biggest revelation regarding the origin of the human race - an origin with alien involvement.

Before too long, however, Style and Asimov have a mystery of their own on their hands.

What is the significance of the remains Feeld and the archaeologists have discovered? Why is a flattened ration tin the most important item on the planet? With the Federation closing in, and time running out, will the fugitives discover the connection between the remains on this planet and the secret Federation code word 'Brigand'?

Crew

Recording, post-production & CD mastering: Matthew Kopelke. Music: Peter Howell. Series theme: Dudley Simpson. Theme remastering: Matthew Kopelke. Cover illustration and packaging design: Matthew Kopelke. Press & PR: David Hutchison. Recording: BTR's Melton Road Studios. Script Editor: Witold Tietze. Producer: Matthew Kopelke. Director: Witold Tietze.

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Plot

Episode endings

  1. With Jorma missing, Kev and Asimov set course using the only clue they currently possess - a set of coordinates related to the mysterious keyword Brigand...

Additional credited cast

Ident (David Hutchison), Makaul (Karen), Ryder (Sharon Maree Brown), Feeld (David Hutchison)

Popular myths

Things to listen out for...

  • This serial features a non-original soundtrack, this time using the incidental music originally composed for the 1985 Doctor Who serial The Two Doctors .

Things you probably never knew...

  • Who's "Karen"? Due to our imperfect records, we don't have her surname recorded. BTR apologises for being unable to duly credit her in full.

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