Torchwood Dead Line When a Cardiff hospital is inundated with patients that have fallen into coma like trances Torchwood move in to investigate They find that the trances were triggered by phone calls all of which were

  • Title: Torchwood: Dead Line
  • Author: Phil Ford John Barrowman Eve Myles Gareth David-Lloyd
  • ISBN: 9781408426661
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Audiobook
  • When a Cardiff hospital is inundated with patients that have fallen into coma like trances, Torchwood move in to investigate They find that the trances were triggered by phone calls, all of which were made from a number that hadn t been active for over 30 years Determined to find out who s been calling the unfortunate victims, Jack rings the mysterious number two, zeroWhen a Cardiff hospital is inundated with patients that have fallen into coma like trances, Torchwood move in to investigate They find that the trances were triggered by phone calls, all of which were made from a number that hadn t been active for over 30 years Determined to find out who s been calling the unfortunate victims, Jack rings the mysterious number two, zero, five, nine nothing It s a dead line Until it calls Jack back, he answers and falls into a deep tranceWith the help of one of Jack s old girlfriends, eminent neuroscientist Stella Courtney, the team have to race against time to find the source of the infection and save the patientsWritten specially for BBC Radio by Phil Ford, The Dead Line stars John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper and Gareth David Lloyd as Ianto Jones.

    The Dead Line The Dead Line audio story Tardis FANDOM powered by Wikia Torchwood The Dead Line AudioPlay by Fetalmind Free Stream Torchwood The Dead Line AudioPlay by Fetalmind from desktop or your mobile device Torchwood The Dead Line Chrissie s Transcripts Site ANNOUNCER In Torchwood The Dead Line, Jack was played by John Barrowman, Gwen by Eve Myles, and Ianto by Gareth David Lloyd Rhys was played by Kai Owen, Stella by Dona Croll, Jan by Eiry Thomas, and Bob by Matthew Gravelle Tyler was played by Brendan Charleson Torchwood The Dead Line was written by Phil Ford. Torchwood Dead Line by Phil Ford It s a dead line Until it calls Jack back, he answers and falls into a deep tranceWith the help When a Cardiff hospital is inundated with patients that have fallen Torchwood The Dead Line Audible Audio They find that the trances were triggered by phone calls, all of which were made from a number that hadn t been active for over years Determined to find out who s been calling the unfortunate victims, Jack rings the mysterious number two, zero, five, nine nothing It s a dead line. Torchwood The Dead Line Phil Ford, Eve Myles, Full Cast Torchwood The Dead Line Phil Ford, Eve Myles, Full Cast, Gareth David Lloyd, John Barrowman on FREE shipping on qualifying offers When a Cardiff hospital is inundated with patients that have fallen into coma like trances, Torchwood moves in to investigate They find that the trances were triggered by phone calls Deadline audio story Tardis FANDOM powered by Wikia Deadline was the fifth Doctor Who Unbound audio story produced by Big Finish Productions Unlike the previous Unbound stories, this story does not strictly attempt to portray an alternate version of the Doctor, but instead an alternate version of the history of the Doctor Who television show.

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    One thought on “Torchwood: Dead Line”

    1. I don't mean to sound like a gushing fan, but the Torchwood radio dramas are beautifully done on the whole. This one is no exception, really focusing in on the dynamic of Jack and Ianto's relationship, and the sad reality that no matter what the direction of the TV show may have gone in steering Ianto's fate, he's mortal and his lover is not. Moreover, Ianto is very much aware of this and while he clearly loves Jack, he doesn't think he'll matter to him in years to come. It all comes ahead in a [...]

    2. This "Torchwood" story is a bit uninspired in the plot department, but the structure of the storytelling and the character content make up for that. Simple, but flows forward with good momentum and contains some really solid scenes of stylishly emotional content.

    3. Did an audio book manage to make me tear up? Why, yes it did. This felt just like an episode of Torchwood and I really enjoyed it.

    4. Mysterious phone-calls are sending people into death-like comas. Torchwood investigates, Jack answers the phone and of course gets put into a trance leaving Gwen, Ianto and Rhys to try and save him.Absolutely loved this one - with Jack out of action it gives the other cast time to shine. Ianto's heartbreaking speech at Jack's bedside had me in tears - Any Jack/Ianto shippers won't want to miss this one. I loved the way this deals with Jack's so called immortality - What does that mean exactly if [...]

    5. Loved this one. A great Torchwood case and would have made a great actual episode for tv.SpoilersSomething is going through the telephone and people aroind Cardiff are ending up in coma like transe. One of the people that ends up being affected is Jack, so Ianto and Gwen, with Rhys, have to figure out what it is and wake them all up.I really liked the play between Jack and Ianto in this story and it really shows a lot more of their relationship. I also liked Rhys in this episode, and Gwen wasn't [...]

    6. 42 WORD REVIEW:This full-cast radio drama is more scenario- than action-based, yet the premise is quite neat and the recording evinces a subtlety not always heard in audio adventures. Moreover, Gareth David-Lloyd is afforded time and story space for a beautifully delivered, character-defining monologue.

    7. I just wasn't feeling this story. It was interesting, but it had no substance. To me it seemed like nothing really happened.

    8. When a Cardiff hospital is inundated with patients that have fallen into coma-like trances, Torchwood move in to investigate. They find that the trances were triggered by phone calls, all of which were made from a number that hadn't been active for over 30 years. Determined to find out who's been calling the unfortunate victims, Jack rings the mysterious number - two, zero, five, nine - nothing. It's a dead line. Until it calls Jack back, he answers - and falls into a deep tranceWith the help of [...]

    9. Just as Pack Animals is my favorite Torchwood book to date, I believe that The Dead Line is my favorite Torchwood audio drama to date. How can I not love this one when it contains Ianto's "blip in time" speech.The story-line is, once again, basic yet intriguing. People all over Cardiff who own old phones from the 1970s (and how weird it was to think of the 70s as ancient) are receiving calls that put them into a most unusual coma. Jack, being Jack, dials the number without any problems. The call [...]

    10. Real rating, 4.5.I feel like there could have been so much more to this, but it got limited due to being a radio drama versus an audiobook. Therefore some of scenes felt rushed.I would have loved to have more interaction between Professor Courtney & both Jack and Ianto. The old love versus current love, and Ianto witnessing what could have potentially been his life someday as a former lover of Jack had he not died in CoE.I love Rhys in this. Perhaps I wouldn't have disliked Gwen in the shows [...]

    11. Third radio play set in between season 2 and Children of Earth. The mystery is interesting there are really no bad guys in this, just something that can't help itself. Nice Jack/Ianto in this. Ianto's monologue on the short time they have together is interesting, if not an omen of things to come. The team of Gwen and Rhys is pretty good. Again, Gwen is competent without being a miss know it all and Rhys is just plain fun.

    12. This was mostly very average, less interesting than most of the Torchwood episodes, and only for people that already know and like the series. The only reason to listen is for Ianto's speech, which does add to the emotion of the show, though that can easily be looked up on YouTube. I recommend all Janto fans do so.

    13. Thanks this radio drama for 'never just blip in time' line (go to youtube for full dialogue), because who needs cheap romantic comedies when you can have Torchwood, hot bisexuals, aliens and cup of drama ^^

    14. I wish had they had more time to get deeper into the main plot because it ended up being a bit too thin. But the interactions between characters were a delight. And oh, Ianto didn't you melt my heart?

    15. Again, not much to say here. An interesting concept, but too much Rhys for my liking. The actor was great, but I don't like the character himself. Also, I finally got to hear Ianto's speech that everyone keeps talking about.

    16. Fairly simply plot but a lot of worthwhile character development and insight. The focus on Jack and Ianto's relationship and the impact of time on them is heart breaking. Worth listening to for that scene and Jack's response at then end. All the feels.

    17. I listened to this in radio-show form; it was about an hour long. It was gripping to hear the original actors voice their roles, and the format was great fun. The storyline was a bit rushed at times, leaving open some scientific questions took some suspension of disbelief.

    18. Aliens are attacking, and this time through the phone lines. The only ones who can solve this is Torchwood

    19. Really just a radio drama, and only 45 minutes long, but I don't care because OH MY GOODNESS THIS IS A THING THAT EXISTS AND I CAN GET MORE TORCHWOOD. Well done.

    20. Oh, the feels from Ianto talking to poor comatose Jack! I love the radio dramas. It's just like getting nice little Torchwood episode. :-)

    21. the plot was a bit too simple, i'm not a fan of internet virus as a solution but into and jack's dialogues were heart-breaking so!

    22. Not the best of the lot in terms of story, but pretty good in terms of character interactions and development, and it's good to hear Rhys join Jack, Gwen and Ianto in this adventure.

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