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On 19th century Earth, artist Edvard Munch hears an infinite scream pass through nature. Centuries later his painting of that scream hangs in a gallery on the barren dust world Duchamp 331. Why is there a colony of artists on a planet that is little more than a glorified garage? What is the event that the passengers of the huge, opulent pleasure cruiser 'Gallery' are hoping to see? And what is hidden in the crates that litter the cargo hold?

The Doctor's diary indicates that the painting is about to be destroyed in 'mysterious circumstances', and when he and Ace arrive on Duchamp 331, those circumstances are well underway.

Written by Mike Tucker. Directed by Gary Russell.

©2001 Big Finish Productions (P)2001 Big Finish Productions

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  • Spencer
  • Media, PA, United States
  • 03-30-17

Solid Doctor Who Spooky

If you could sum up Doctor Who - Dust Breeding in three words, what would they be?

Classic Doctor Who

What was one of the most memorable moments of Doctor Who - Dust Breeding?

When the old man got his revenge.

Which scene was your favorite?

The artist speaking through the Warp Vortex with his full art-wackoness.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Definately. I alternated this with a less interesting book to pace myself.

Any additional comments?

A twisted sense of art above all else. A disembodied power. Some classic bug-eyed monsters. This really packs a lot of rich ideas into one short story.