Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor (home video)

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Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor was a 2019 home entertainment production featuring elements from the Doctor Who universe. It saw Nabil Shaban return to the role of Sil for the first time on screen since the 1986 television story Mindwarp. The story was also written by Sil's original creator, Philip Martin.


SIL is worried, very worried, which doesn't keep his reptilian skin in the best condition! Confined in a cold detention cell on the moon, awaiting a deportation hearing for trial on drugs offences on Earth, he faces a death sentence if the application is successful and he is found guilty. And his employers at the Universal Monetary Fund aren't pleased either. Not at all.

As time runs out and friends desert him, SIL must use all of his devious, vile, underhanded, ruthless, and amoral business acumen to survive.

Can he possibly slime his way out of this one?


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Story notes[[edit]]

Jeremy Corbyn with Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor
  • On 14 November 2019, Nabil Shaban gave Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn a Blu-ray copy of Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor during his visit to the National Mining Museum.[1] Images of Corbyn holding the Blu-ray appeared in The Mirror[2] and The Guardian.[3]
  • Mistress Na, played in this story by Sophie Aldred, originated in the Big Finish audio story Antidote to Oblivion, where she was voiced by Mandy Weston. This marked the first time any concept from Big Finish appeared in a Reeltime Pictures direct-to-video production.
  • When Sil's citizenship profile is brought up thirteen minutes into the second episode, information pertaining to games from the Pokémon series can be seen as part of his profile.
  • One of the extras can be seen wearing a Boba Fett costume from Star Wars.
  • Sakuntala Ramanee and Jay Ramanee-Murphy are real-life mother and son.
  • The role of the Adjudicator was originally offered to Jacqueline King[4].


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DVD and VOD releases[[edit]]

DVD release[[edit]]

  • This story was released simultaneously as DVD, Blu-ray, Download and Stream on 4 November 2019.

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