After Jenny's bowship had crashed into the Terrance Dicks Library at St Luke's University, Kate issued a D-notice as UNIT began cleaning up the wreckage. The craft was saturated in Void energy however and all of UNIT wound up possessed by the will of a maddened Type 1 TARDIS, being driven to attack the Doctor before the threat was handled. As the Doctor led Bill and Nardole away, he left Kate to resume clean up operations. (COMIC: The Lost Dimension) Kate Stewart, born Kate S. Lethbridge-Stewart, was the Chief Scientific Officer of UNIT. She was the daughter of Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart and his first wife Fiona, and the mother of Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart and another child. Kate spent her youth not knowing of her father's activities with extra-terrestrial beings, believing whole-heartedly that his life consisted of a boring and. Welcome to BBC America on Giphy, home to gifs from all your favorite shows including Doctor Who, Killing Eve, Planet Earth, and Orphan Black. Doctor Who Captain Lethbridge-Stewart GIF by BBC America This GIF by BBC America has everything: captain lethbridge-stewart, twice upon a time, DOCTOR WHO Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart was played by actor Nicholas Courtney. In Doctor Who Monthly issue number 72, Courtney recalls that writers Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln had created a character named Colonel Lethbridge for The Web of Fear , a rather straight-laced, up-and-down bloke when he was first conceived , and director Douglas.
Another rollicking good yarn in the recent series of spinoff books about the life of Alastair Lethbridge-Stewart between the events of The Web of Fear and The Invasion. Peel is an old hand at this, having written the very first in the Virgin New Adventures series of spinoffs, almost thirty years ago Image. Decided to dig into the Lethbridge-Stewart Family following Twice Upon a Time and boy is it complicated! The creation of Archibald Hamish Lethbridge-Stewart conflicted with his established paternal grandfather (Alistair Conall Hamish Lethbridge-Stewart) so Candy Jar Books, the publishers of the Lethbridge-Stewart novels, rectified this with some short stories making Archibald have an. Kate bids the Eleventh Doctor farewell following the Year of the Slow Invasion. (TV: The Power of Three)
For Lethbridge-Stewart and Anne, it is a trip further back, to May 1896, Paris. There they must ensure that Lethbridge-Stewart's grandparents meet and fall in love. If they do not, then Lethbridge-Stewart's father will never be born, and neither will Lethbridge-Stewart himself We've seen plenty of Doctor Who T-Shirt costumes, but it's about time that we got a Doctor Who Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart Costume T-Shirt. Wear it proudly and celebrate the head of U.N.I.T. while you strut around like you are in command. The Brigadier was an amazing character and he was on th First mentioned by the Third Doctor in Day of the Daleks, used to heartbreaking effect by the Ninth Doctor in Father's Day (and utterly ignored by the Eleventh Doctor in A Christmas Carol), it proves extremely useful in this serial, and is in fact the key to unraveling the Brigadier's unexpected amnesia
Kate believed that "Science leads", (TV: The Power of Three) though "science needs to remember to carry a gun sometimes." (AUDIO: House of Silents) . Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, played by the.
Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (later Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart) is a founder of UNIT and the original commander of UNIT's British contingent. During the Doctor's exile on Earth, he hires the Doctor as his Scientific Advisor. He was the father of Kate Lethbridge-Stewart, another UNIT commander Lethbridge-Stewart and Anne Travers are about to discover the answer firsthand.... A brand-new series of novels set just after the Doctor Who serial The Web of Fear , featuring the characters and concepts created by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln
Bigelow Fowler Clinic East. 103, 2049 Mayor Magrath Dr. S. Lethbridge, AB T1K 2S2 (403) 327-3977. surgery, vaccinations At the time of the Wenley Moor Silurian incident, Kate was five. It was during this mission that Alistair realised that he was an inadequate father for her. The secretive nature of his work with UNIT prevented him from being consistently present in her life. His long absences from home caused Fiona to leave him. Alistair guessed that she and Kate went off to at least initially live somewhere close to Chichester, the home of Kate's maternal grandparents. (PROSE: The Scales of Injustice)
Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart is a supporting character featured in the original BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who. He was played by actor Nicholas Courtney and was introduced in chapter 3 of the Web of Fear serial. The character made 103 appearances in the series in total. In 2008 the character appeared in the Enemy of the Bane serial from The Sarah Jane Adventures. Alistair Gordon. Following Courtney's death in 2011, Lethbridge-Stewart's death was announced in the Matt Smith episode The Wedding Of River Song, with the Doctor learning of his old friend's passing after. On Saturday 7 January 2012, Kate attended her father's funeral. She stood next to Lucy Wilson as heartfelt hugs were given. (PROSE: Lucy Wilson and the Bledoe Cadets) She ordered the airlifting of the TARDIS to London, to the agitation of the Eleventh Doctor. Kate summoned him there under the royal orders of Elizabeth I, giving him a sealed letter from the Queen and proving her credentials by showing him the impossible painting Gallifrey Falls No More within the National Gallery.
Lethbridge-Stewart: This is a very exciting SciFi read. Set about 1967 or 1968. It is about a week or two after The Web of Fear and Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart has more work in store concerning The Great Intelligence and the Yetis. The plot is set out like an old UNIT style story. Although UNIT has not yet been formed. So it is still the regular. kate lethbridge stewart petronella osgood osgood 12th doctor 11th doctor matt smith peter capaldi jemma redgrave Ingrid Oliver doctor who dw U.N.I.T 355 notes Loading.. After the Hyperions had conquered Earth, Kate led the population of London underground until the Doctor arrived and managed to defeat the invaders. (COMIC: The Hyperion Empire)
Lethbridge-Stewart - The New Unusual: A Doctor Who spin-off novel. - Kindle edition by Sherlock, Adrian, Frankham-Allen, Andy. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Lethbridge-Stewart - The New Unusual: A Doctor Who spin-off novel. Lethbridge-Stewart - Times Squared: A Doctor Who spin-off novel. - Kindle edition by Cross, Rick. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Lethbridge-Stewart - Times Squared: A Doctor Who spin-off novel. From 2001 to 2006 the range editor of Lethbridge-Stewart ran a popular Doctor Who fan fiction series called The Legacy, which features two all-new Doctors in a universe without Gallifrey, one in which the Doctor never stuck around to work with UNIT in the 1970s/1980s. *scroll down to download entire series, or read on first
Lethbridge-Stewart oversaw UNIT when it provided security for a World Peace Conference, while The Doctor investigated anunusual machine at Stangmoor Prison. However, both their jobs coincided, as The Master had devised an elaborate plan to disrupt the conference, first through an assassination attempt and then through a hostage situation at the. She went with Osgood to find and rescue Bishop from the Auctioneers. At the Auctioneers' facility they were contacted by the Overseer. They then received information that led them to Bristol. She became worried when one of the puzzles involved Heathrow Airport. The Overseer was punishing her for what UNIT had done to their organisation. Kate was warned to keep away from the Auctioneers. (AUDIO: Game Theory)
History. The Brigadier met the Doctor in his Second incarnation and helped him fight the Cybermen , and later became closer to him in his Third incarnation.. Notes. Alysande Stuart and Alistaire Stuart are based after him, as the Weird Happenings Organization is based after UNIT.; Links and References. 6 Appearances of Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (Earth-5556 . Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart's later adventures on Doctor Who & The Sarah Jane Adventures
. With Patrick Troughton, Jack Watling, Tina Packer, Frazer Hines. With Travers having been captured by the Yeti, the Doctor attempts to find a way to gain control of the robots while Lethbridge-Stewart tries to recover the TARDIS The Doctor (Doctor Who)/Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (4) Fourth Doctor/Sarah Jane Smith (3) Ian Chesterton/Barbara Wright (2) Third Doctor/Jo Grant (2) Ben Jackson/Polly Wright (2) Third Doctor/Sarah Jane Smith (2) Exclude Additional Tags Angst (8) Established Relationship (8) Gender-Neutral Pronouns (8).
Unit's best Brigadier and the Doctor's Oldest Friend The Brigadier has fought with the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 7th Doctors. The Brigadier comes from the Planet Earth and his full name is Brigadier Allister Gordon Lethbridge Stewart. He has appeared with the Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Seventh Doctors But you know Kate Stewart, right? This is her family. Her dad was Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, a major companion from the classic series. He met Doctors 2-5 and 7, and that's just on screen. The Brigadier was temporarily resurrection as Cyberman at the end of Death in Heaven and gave the Doctor his final salute Kate spent her youth not knowing of her father's activities with extra-terrestrial beings, believing whole-heartedly that his life consisted of a boring and simple military job. She and her mother spent much time ironically joking that he was constantly off on amazing adventures when they both knew the "truth." Kate would not begin to scratch the true surface of her father's life until years later when she shared an encounter against the Great Intelligence with him. She would spend some time investigating UNIT and her father's ties to it, at one point encountering ex-UNIT operative Douglas Cavendish to investigate a "haunting," which revealed itself to be a Dæmon. She soon joined the organisation, rising to its top position and changing it to be a more scientific, peaceful group. Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart: As mentioned above, the rights to the popular military commander Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart was created by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln. Haisman died in 2010 leaving his control over the character to his estate, which was the cause of the brief kerfuffle following the recent Christmas special
Kate attended Sarah Jane Smith's memorial on a "bright, cold Spring day", where she discussed Sarah Jane with other guests, giving Sarah Jane's son Luke "the biggest hug", and helped fight the Jackals of the Backwards Clock to foil the Trickster's revenge plot. (WC: Farewell, Sarah Jane) Kate observed Shindi's arrival in the Ardennes, via the hologram projector, and his discovery of a Sontaran capsule. Suddenly, they were ambushed by a squad of Sontarans and Kate lost contact with Shindi. Later when he and the Sontarans returned to England, Kate and some UNIT troops met up with them outside the Torrence Research Foundation, having tracked them using the hologram projector. Allying themselves with the Sontarans, UNIT stormed the building and found Osgood held captive. They also uncovered a group of Sontarans cloned by Professor John Torrence, who hoped to sell them off as warriors for hire in the worldwide auction. While shutting the operation down, Kate learned from Christine Colley about the mysterious head of the auction, the Overseer. (AUDIO: The Sontaran Project) Of course, it isn't only Lethbridge-Stewart that Hamilton sends, but Sally too. But, naturally enough, the Sanctuary isn't exactly what it seems and, despite their bruised feelings, Lethbridge-Stewart and Sally find themselves dragged into a new mystery Based on characters created and inspired by Mervyn Haisman & Henry Lincoln Nicholas Courtney, Actor: Doctor Who. Nicholas Courtney was born in Egypt, the son of a British diplomat. His early years were spent in Kenya and France and he was called up for National Service at the age of 18. After 18 months of duty in the British forces, Courtney joined the Webber Douglas drama school. He spent two years there and then did repertory theatre in Northampton
Lethbridge-Stewart: The Wishing Bazaar Written by Sharon Bidwell Cover illustration by Richard Young Back from New York, Lethbridge-Stewart is investigating one of the strangest cases that has come across his desk yet 2009-2012 Killam Research Fellow, Univ. Lethbridge. 2002-present Board of Governors Research Chair in Environmental Science, Univ. Lethbridge 1993-present Professor, Univ. Lethbridge 1991-1994, 1997, 2005-2006 Department Chair, Biological Sciences, Univ. Lethbridge 1996-1997 Inaugural Coordinator, Agricultural Biotechnology Program, Univ. As a child, Kate was never told of her father's work at UNIT with aliens and was only aware that he was a military man. She would often pretend that he was off to have an amazing adventure when she really "knew" he was off to do boring military operations. (HOMEVID: Downtime)
Kate Stewart Kate is one of UNIT's top people and the daughter of Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, the military man who was such a good friend to the Doctor. Fact titl Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart/Doris Lethbridge-Stewart; Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart; Doris Lethbridge-Stewart; John Benton; Mike Yates; Summary. Having just read, The Dying Days, Happy Endings and Shadows of Avalon, the main threads that run through these books are Doris is much younger then the Brig and they love each other dearly This is the second in the excellent series of novels featuring Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, the Brigadier as we knew him from the classic Doctor Who tv series. These books, published by Candy Jar Books, offer authors a chance to write for Lethbridge-Stewart in the years before The Web of Fear (1968), when he was at the time still a Colonel Why the Brigadier is awesome: Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart is the leading cause of death among shop mannequins. When Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart Doctor Who - Nicholas Courtney/Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart Appricaition Thread ~The Doctor's Best and Oldest friend. And his boss.~ - Fan Forum See mor
Kate declared a Code Silver. She then placed Fortress Island under lock-down. Kate knew of the reasons why the Cybermen were created in the first place and it worried her. She initiated a communications blackout to stop the Cybermen. She went to the armoury to get anti-Cybermen weapons that UNIT had developed. She dissected a Cyberman and she thought that the Cyberman's head handles were used to conduct energy. After the Auctioneers app was placed on everyone's phone, she decided to activate the nuclear weapon under the base. (AUDIO: Code Silver) February 11, 2019 Cover Unveiling / New Titles Candy Jar Books is proud to announce book four in its anniversary series of Lethbridge-Stewart novels, The Laughing Gnome: Rise of the Dominator. Following on from The Laughing Gnome: The Danger Men, book four sees the team get back together when they all arrive in 1973 and face off against the Dominator, Director Vaar Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, sometimes known simply as the Brigadier, first met the Doctor during his second incarnation. As the commander of UNIT in the UK, he employed the Third Doctor as his Scientific Advisor. The Brigadier went on to encounter and aid several of the Doctor's later incarnations as well. He is the father of Kate Stewart Brigadier Alastair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (Nicholas Courtney) Associated with the Doctor between The Web of Fear and Battlefield (irregular).. The Doctor first met the Brigadier during his.
Brigadier General Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart KCB, VC, DC (PROSE: The King of Terror) — often called the Brigadier or the Brig — was one of the founders of the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce (later renamed the Unified Intelligence Taskforce). Through his work, he became a trusted ally of the Doctor, as well as a personal friend. Lethbridge-Stewart had a few. And with it they introduced to the world of Doctor Who some of the most well-regarded and well-rounded characters in the show's history; including Harold Chorley, Anne Travers and one man whose legend would go on to be woven throughout the entirety of Doctor Who's future history, Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart, more commonly known as the. DOCTOR WHO. ACCESSORIES; AUDIOS; BOOKSTORE; COLLECTIBLES; DVDS AND BLU-RAY; ELECTRONICS (NON-TOY) MODELS AND MINIATURES; POSTERS AND CALENDARS; ACTION FIGURES, TOYS AND GAMES; LETHBRIDGE-STEWART; LETHBRIDGE-STEWART. Products  Sort by: Quick View. Lethbridge-Stewart: 1.4 Mutually Assured Domination. Lethbridge-Stewart was a series of novels, novellas, anthologies, and short stories published by Candy Jar Books beginning in 2015. It was created by Andy Frankham-Allen, with input from Shaun Russell. They starred recurring Doctor Who character Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart and co-starred Anne Travers. Frankham-Allen served as the head writer and range editor, with Shaun Russell, Hayley Cox. Veteran Doctor Who actor Nicholas Courtney, best known for playing Brigadier Alastair Lethbridge-Stewart, has died in London at the age of 81. The series regular passed away after a short illness.
Doctor Who: Destiny of the Doctors Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart Nicholas Courtney is the voice of Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart in Doctor Who: Destiny of the Doctors This is for entertainment purposes only. All rights go to the BBC Lethbridge-Stewart was the commanding officer for most of the major incidents UNIT UK has, so far, been involved in. His command covered events from the 1968 happening to soon after the Black Star Era in 1976. During his time as UNIT UK commander he was divorced by his wife Fiona and lost custody of his two children Kate and Gordon Today as the #bingewatchathon continues we as a challenge team have another question and mini challenge for you. #bingewatchathon #pickandmix Each day will be about a numbered version of The Doctor: Today is the turn of the Fifth Doctor Bellow is a riddle wh.. Archibald Hamish Lethbridge-Stewart was a member of the Lethbridge-Stewart family who served in the British Army in World War I. He served at Ypres in December 1914 and, following an encounter with the the Twelfth Doctor and First Doctor, participated in the Christmas Armistice.(Twice Upon a Time) He was the brother of Alistair Lethbridge-Stewartt and the great-uncle of Brigadier Alistair.
Twice Upon a Time is an episode of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, written by Steven Moffat, directed by Rachel Talalay, and was broadcast as the thirteenth Christmas special on 25 December 2017 on BBC One L I N K S A N D D E S C R I P T I O N #BrigadierLethbridgeStewart | Fearless [Doctor Who] NEW #DoctorWho FanVid/Video Edit Every Saturday at 7pm [GMT] Video. Lethbridge-Stewart met the Second Doctor. Lethbridge-Stewart showed a quick, decisive manner and a ready acceptance of events, even believing the story about the TARDIS from the start. (DW: The Web of Fear) After the London Event, Fiona gave birth to Lethbride-Stewart's child, whom they named Kate. (MA: The Scales of Injustice
By New Year's Day 2019, UNIT operations were still suspended due to financial disputes, and the Thirteenth Doctor was unable to contact Kate about an ongoing Dalek threat. (TV: Resolution) Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (Nicholas Courtney) and Doctor Who (Jon Pertwee) in happier times (Picture: BBC) An old companion from the classic era of Doctor Who came back for the series 8 finale. Tag Archives: Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart Post navigation ← Older posts. 3 - The Daemons. Posted on November 30, 2017 by Dan Stafford. Reply. I begin my top three Doctor Who adventures with a wonderful story that rounded off Jon Pertwee's second season as the Doctor. It is a testament to the production team that they managed to work.
She forgot the whole incident with the Silents, though could remember going to Faversham's house. Jacqui got her to remember the investigation and with Osgood and Bishop's help they found the evidence. She found out that the Silents were influencing the UK population to trust Kenneth LeBlanc and that Carter had been brainwashed too. (AUDIO: Square One) Jun 18, 2019 - Doctor Who - Nicholas Courtney/Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart Appricaition Thread ~The Doctor's Best and Oldest friend. And his boss.~ - Fan Foru Doctor Who (Anglice Doctor Hú enuntiatus; Latine fere Doctor Quis) est televisificum Britanniarum Regni spectaculum, post protagonistam eodem nomine nuncupatum. Doctor est peregrinator extraterrestris, qui itinera per tempus spatiumque facit cum comitibus in astronave TARDIS, in amicos multos incidens maleficosque hostes, quorum notissimi sunt Dalek.. Nomen TARDIS est acronymum locutionis. When the Cybermen emerged from St Paul's Cathedral in the 21st century, Kate arrived with Osgood and UNIT and took Missy and the Twelfth Doctor into custody. She told the Doctor that he was President of Earth and worked with him to battle the Cybermen. When the Cybermen attacked the plane Boat One under Missy's command, part of the fuselage blew off and Kate fell out. She was saved by her father, who had been converted into a Cyberman, and returned safely to the ground. (TV: Death in Heaven)
Lethbridge-Stewart Official Reading Order • Ambush!(Found in THE HAVOC Files) • Doctor Who: The Web of Fear • The Forgotten Son • The Soothsayer (Found in Lethbridge-Stewart Lineage) • The Bone Merchant (Found in Lethbridge-Stewart Lineage) • As the Son Falls (Found in Lethbridge-Stewart Lineage) • What's Past is Prologue (Found in Lethbridge-Stewart Lineage Lethbridge-Stewart is the hyphenated surname, is it not? [Unsigned post by IP 188.8.131.52 on 19 May 2005] From recollection the series credits are inconsistent on this and as most Who writings just have the Brigadier it's not received the level of attention that some uncertainties get Nicholas Courtney (I) (1929-2011) Actor Nicholas Courtney was born in Egypt, the son of a British diplomat. Doctor Who Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart / Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart / Bret Vyon / Col. Lethbridge-Stewart / The Brigadier / Brig. Lethbridge Stewart / Brig. Lethbridge-Stewart / Brigade Leader Lethbridge Stewart / Tourist.
Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, generally referred to simply as the Brigadier, is a fictional character in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, created by writers Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln and played by Nicholas Courtney. He is one of the founders of UNIT (United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, later Unified Intelligence Taskforce), an international. She was concerned when the Master left them a parting gift. She later welcomed Shana Siddiqui to UNIT. After the Wirrn escaped she went to Geneva to warn her superiors. She tried to communicate with the Wirrn after they infected Marcus. When the Wirrn eggs hatched she didn't want to blow up the base. She was too late to detonate the base as the Wirrn had disabled the function. The Wirrn wanted to negotiate with her. She asked Shana to discover what had killed the Wirrn in the past. (AUDIO: Hosts of the Wirrn) The only Doctor incarnations he hasn't traveled with is 6th and 8.5. As the Commander for the U.K. for U.N.I.T., Brigadier Stewart hired the Doctor was a scientific advisor. When the Doctor first met Lethbridge Stewart was only a colonel and later was promoted both as Brigadier and as the Head of all of U.N.I.T. Most Remembered For 1 She found it disconcerting about Carter's involvement in the resignation of the PM and that she had to remind her troops about the Silents. When Bishop showed her the moon landing footage with the Silents in them, she realised that it must have been the Doctor who put it there. Kate became suspicious when the Silents got Carter to order a high amount of explosives. She thought that they were planning to assassinate both LeBlanc and the outgoing Prime Minister, as she thought that this was the best way to get media attention and overrule the Doctor's message to kill them all. (AUDIO: Silent Majority)
For the cricketer, see Nicholas Courtney (cricketer). William Nicholas Stone Courtney (16 December 1929 - 22 February 2011) was a British actor. He was known for his long-running role as Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart in the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. Courtney was born in Cairo, Egypt, the son of a British diplomat, and. As the leader of UNIT, Kate encountered the Doctor many times during encounters between Earth and alien threats, becoming similar to the Doctor as her father had been. She was at the forefront of the peace treaty between humanity and Zygons on Earth. Category Entertainment; Song Brigadier Lethbridge - Stewart; Artist Murray Gold; Album Doctor Who Series 6 (Soundtrack from the TV Series Lethbridge-Stewart: The Runaway Bomb Posted 2 years ago Latest from the news site: Candy Jar Books have announced the second free Lethbridge-Stewart short story of 2017, The Runaway Bomb, which accompanies this month's release of Night of the Intelligence After the success of the first two Lethbridge-Stewart Short Story Competitions, Candy Jar Books is launching a third competition, again open to previously unpublished writers both in and outside the UK.. Head of Publishing, Shaun Russell, says: In these trying times, we all need something to focus on, to keep us all sane
Kate Stewart is the Chief Scientific Officer of the Unified Intelligence Taskforce. She also happens to be the daughter of the late, esteemed Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, the long-time friend and colleague of the Doctor. When she joined UNIT, Kate dropped the 'Lethbridge' to avoid any hint of nepotism An old NCO who served with Lethbridge-Stewart back in the mid-'50s. Left the army and became a stuntman on television. Brought back to military service by Lethbridge-Stewart, Samson (as he is more often known) has a great loyalty to Lethbridge-Stewart and will happily disobey orders if it means protecting his old friend
Lethbridge-Stewart Series 39 primary works • 101 total works A series of novels revealing the untold story of Colonel Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart and Anne Travers set shortly after the 1968 Doctor Who serial, The Web of Fear Brigadier Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, CMG, CBE, DSO A soldier, and a gentleman. One of the most significant and recognisable companions, although he rarely travelled away from Earth. The head of UNIT in the 70s (or in the 80s, Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart and Jon Pertwee as the Doctor in the show's 1970s incarnation. Photograph: BB Doctor Who (TV Series 1963-1989) Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, Bret Vyon, Col. Lethbridge-Stewart, The Brigadier, Brig. Lethbridge Stewart, Brig. Lethbridge-Stewart, Brigade Leader Lethbridge Stewart, Touris Kate S. Lethbridge-Stewart (PROSE: Christmas on a Rational Planet) was born to Fiona and Alastair Lethbridge-Stewart, three years into their marriage, which lasted eight years. (HOMEVID: Downtime)
Doctor Who and UNIT's - Brigadier Lethbridge - Stewart Spin-off. The year is 1969 and Colonel Lethbridge - Stewart is still in the regular army. Prior to his (soon to be ) UNIT days. It is a parallel world story. A bit like Inferno. Very good and as more things begin to unravel more intrigue followers While investigating temporal anomalies along the Dorset coast, Kate discovered records of a similar incident in 1972, which stated that Jo Grant would give her life to save the world, prompting her to request Jo's assistance. During the investigation, Jo and Kate were pulled through one of the rifts and sent back to 1972, where they met the Third Doctor as he investigated the original anomaly. In an attempt to preserve the timeline, Kate just introduced herself as the head of UNIT in the future, and she and Jo assisted the Doctor in setting up the equipment to shut down the anomalies. While the Doctor and Jo went off to have a meal, Kate was tricked into reprogramming the Doctor's equipment by a voice posing as Osgood from the future. As the Doctor devised a new solution, Kate was convinced to explain the situation to her father over the radio, as the Doctor had worked out her true identity. Although she never revealed her true name, Kate told her father that it was an honour to work with him, and briefly broke down sobbing when her father ended the call by telling her that the future of UNIT was clearly in good hands. After the anomalies were stopped when Jo apparently sacrificed herself, Kate returned to the future, where she and Osgood received a letter from the Doctor which gave them the necessary equations to retrieve Jo from the Time Vortex. (AUDIO: The Sacrifice of Jo Grant) She was placed under arrest by Latcham, but was later freed by Osgood and Carter. With the experimental aircraft at the base she went to rendezvous with Bishop in South America, and then travelled to Antarctica to uncover Lyme's generator there. She confronted Lyme and told her the consequences of using alien technology. When the Kamishi arrived to take their technology back, she managed to persuade them not to kill everyone who had knowledge of their technology but use their mind wipe chemicals instead. Back in London she took delight in personally removing Latcham's memory. (AUDIO: Ice Station Alpha)
Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart is one of the non-playable characters in LEGO Dimensions, from the Doctor Who franchise. Background. Brigadier General Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart — often called the Brigadier — was one of the founders of the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce (later renamed the Unified Intelligence Taskforce) and was the commander of its UK operations alongside. Kate is one UNIT's top people and the daughter of Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, the military man who was such a good friend to the Doctor. Kate Stewart is the Head of Scientific Research at UNIT, and as science now leads the organisation, that means she's one of the people in charge