Thursday, October 15, 2009

The Sarah Jane Adventures - The Eternity Trap Synopsis

The BBC Press Office have recently revealed the official synopsis for The Eternity Trap, the fourth story of The Sarah Jane Adventures series three, ahead of its broadcast in early November. The Eternity Trap part one will receive its debut on Thursday the Fifth of November at 4:35pm with the concluding part on Friday the Sixth of November at the same time on BBC One plus simultaneously over on BBC HD.

The third series features Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith alongside Thomas Knight as Luke Smith, Daniel Anthony as Clyde Langer and Anjli Mohindra as Rani Chandra. Stories this year include; Prisoner of the Judoon by Phil Ford, The Mad Woman in the Attic by Joseph Lidster, The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith by Gareth Roberts, The Eternity Trap by Phil Ford, Mona Lisa's Revenge by Phil Ford and The Gift by Rupert Laight.

Below is the official synopsis for The Eternity Trap part one.

A haunted house, with mysterious whispers and secrets in the shadows attracts Sarah Jane's attention in the first of a new, two-part adventure, written by Phil Ford and directed by Alice Troughton.

When Professor Rivers and the gang investigate an old legend, a monstrous creature appears in the night as the terrifying grasp of Erasmus Darkening reaches out from centuries past.

Below is the official synopsis for The Eternity Trap part two.

Sarah Jane and the gang discover the secrets of Erasmus Darkening, in the second and concluding part of The Eternity Trap, but are they too late? As ghosts from the past rise up, and the quest to find the missing children reaches a climax, it seems that nothing can stop the ancient alchemist's rise to victory.

The Sarah Jane Adventures returned today for its third series with the first part of Prisoner of the Judoon on BBC One plus simultaneously over on BBC HD. Phil Ford has written Eye of the Gorgon, The Lost Boy, The Last Sontaran, Day of the Clown, Enemy of the Bane, Prisoner of the Judoon, The Eternity Trap and Mona Lisa’s Revenge for The Sarah Jane Adventures.

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