The Works of Sarah Sutton


Welcome to ‘The Works of Sarah Sutton’ page!

I’ve been writing reviews on my profile on many ‘Doctor Who’ stories and other TV shows; films and audio dramas that I’ve enjoyed. I’ve also enjoyed the non-‘Doctor Who’-related works of Sarah Sutton before and after he was well-known as Nyssa of Traken in the TV series.

As part of ‘The Nyssa Challenge’ page, this sub-page is where I will post DVD and CD reviews of the works of Sarah Sutton including ‘Alice Through The Looking Glass’; ‘The Moon Stallion’; ‘The Jarillion Mercy’; ‘TravelWise’; the ‘Soldiers of Love’ CD series; etc.

Please feel free to take part in the discussions on the works of Sarah Sutton and to comment on my reviews. I’d greatly value feedback on my reviews for these stories so long as it is positive and not too critical.

Click on the images on the left of each TV/audio production Sarah had done to access the review(s).


Tim. 🙂

‘Alice Through The Looking Glass’ (1973)

Sarah Sutton stars as Alice in the BBC TV movie of ‘Alice Through The Looking Glass’ by Lewis Carroll. The film also stars Brenda Bruce, Judy Parfitt, Freddie Jones and Geoffrey Bayldon.

‘The Moon Stallion’ (1978)

Sarah Sutton stars as Diana Purwell, a blind girl, in this children’s TV fantasy drama serial called ‘The Moon Stallion’ by Brian Hayles. The TV serial also stars David Haig as the villainous Todman.

‘Myth Makers: Sarah Sutton’ (1994)

Sarah Sutton is interviewed by Nicholas Briggs for her ‘Myth Makers’ in 1986 and 1994.

‘Myth Makers: Peter Grimwade’ (1994)

Sarah Sutton reads extracts of Peter Grimwade’s ‘Doctor Who’ novelizations of ‘Time-Flight’ and ‘Mawdryn Undead’ as well as his sci-fi book ‘Robot’ for his ‘Myth Makers’ in 1994.

‘Soldiers of Love’ (1999-2005)

Sarah Sutton guest stars as Colonel Franklyn in this 14-part sci-fi comedy drama series with Nicholas Courtney, Colin Baker, Anna Karen, Gareth Thomas, etc.

‘TravelWise’ (2000)

Sarah Sutton stars as Sharon in this educational drama video about transport safety and the environment. This educational drama also features Nicholas Courtney, Nicola Bryant, Colin Baker and Peter Miles in it.

‘Wirrn: Race Memory’ (2001)

Sarah Sutton stars as Sarah in an audio adventure where she faces the Wirrn from ‘The Ark in Space’. Keith Drinkel from ‘Time-Flight’ guest stars in this audio adventure.

 ‘Zagreus’ (2003)

The 40th anniversary special of ‘Doctor Who’ features Sarah Sutton not as Nyssa, but as a supporting character called Miss Foster with Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann and many others.

‘The Jarillion Mercy’ (2006)

The voyages of Asaria of the starship Jarillion begin here. Sarah Sutton reads this wonderful audiobook by Rob Brown.

50th anniversary DVD ‘The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot’ (2013)

Sarah Sutton makes a cameo in this 50th anniversary spoof special of ‘Doctor Who’ by Peter Davison, starring Peter Davison; Colin Baker; Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann.

dsab043_devilcat_1417resampled_cover_large ‘The Devil Cat’ (‘Dark Shadows’) (2014)

Sarah Sutton guest stars in this audio drama of ‘Dark Shadows’ by Big Finish, starring Jerry Lacy and Lara Parker. Sarah plays a Miss Marple-type character called Miss Emma Simon in the story..

 ‘Hostage’ (‘Star Cops’) (2018)

Sarah Sutton guest stars as Mary Ward in the eighth episode of the ‘Mother Earth’ saga in the ‘Star Cops’ audio series by Big Finish. This audio episode also stars David Calder, Trevor Cooper, Linda Newton, Philip Olivier and Rahkee Thakrar.

‘The Age of the Death Lottery‘ (‘Timeslip’) (2020)

Sarah Sutton makes her debut as Charlotte Trent in the ‘Timeslip’ series, joining Spencer Banks as Simon Randall and Cheryl Burfield as Liz Skinner in ‘The Age of the Death Lottery’.

‘The War That Never Was’ (‘Timeslip’) (2020)

The ‘Timeslip’ series continues in the audio world of Big Finish as Spencer Banks as Simon, Cheryl Burfield as Liz and Sarah Sutton as Charlotte encounter ‘The War That Never Was’.

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2 thoughts on “The Works of Sarah Sutton

    1. Tim Bradley Post author

      Yes I am. I’m planning to review the series for December. I’ve got the ‘Timeslip’ TV series on DVD and I have the first box set with Sarah in it as a download by Big Finish. Hopefully by the time the second box set is out in June, I’ll get to review the ‘Timeslip’ series from beginning to end (both TV and audio). Looking forward to it.

      Thanks for asking.

      Tim. 🙂

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