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* MultipurposeMonoculturedCrop: Rapine, a plant that's the source of everything from food to furniture to metal-substitute.

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* AHeadAtEachEnd: The Venusian Klakluk, according to one of the Doctor's anecdotes.


''The Paradise of Death'' is a radio audio drama based on ''Series/DoctorWho'', produced by Creator/TheBBC and first broadcast in five episodes on BBC Radio 5 from 27 August to 24 September 1993. The original radio play was released on CD as part of the BBC Radio Collection in March 2000. A second radio play featuring the Third Doctor, ''The Ghosts of N-Space'', was broadcast in 1996. Creator/JonPertwee, Creator/ElisabethSladen and Creator/NicholasCourtney all return to play their ''Doctor Who'' characters.

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''The Paradise of Death'' is a radio audio drama based on ''Series/DoctorWho'', produced by Creator/TheBBC and first broadcast in five episodes on BBC Radio 5 from 27 August to 24 September 1993. The original radio play was released on CD as part of the BBC Radio Collection in March 2000. A second radio play featuring the Third Doctor, ''The Ghosts of N-Space'', was broadcast in 1996. Creator/JonPertwee, Creator/ElisabethSladen and Creator/NicholasCourtney all return to play their ''Doctor Who'' characters.

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''The Paradise of Death'' is a radio audio drama based on ''Series/DoctorWho'', produced by Creator/TheBBC and first broadcast in five episodes on BBC Radio 5 from 27 August to 24 September 1993. The original radio play was released on CD as part of the BBC Radio Collection in March 2000. A second radio play featuring the Third Doctor, ''The Ghosts of N-Space'', was broadcast in 1996. Creator/JonPertwee, Creator/ElisabethSladen and Creator/NicholasCourtney all return to play their ''Doctor Who'' characters.

Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart asks the Doctor to investigate a mysterious murder near a new theme park called Space World. Together with Sarah Jane Smith and her photographer Jeremy Fitzoliver, the Doctor investigates the mysterious Parakon Corporation, which is not quite of this world.

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* AmusementPark: Spaceworld
* ContinuityNod: The Doctor tries to sooth the Gargan with the Venusian Lullaby, just like he did with Aggedor. He mentions his old teacher as well.
** While being interviewed by Sarah, The Doctor relates some of the events of ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E5TheTimeMonster The Time Monster]]''. When Sarah reacts with incredulity, The Doctor reminds her of her own meeting with [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E1TheTimeWarrior Irongron]] a few days (and a few hundred years) earlier.
* LargeHam: Chairman Freeth, who makes a meal of every line he utters.
* SimpletonVoice: Jeremy, who is a rather facetious nincompoop.

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