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Episode Studies by Clayton Barr

Sapphire & Steel: The Passenger (Part 1) Sapphire & Steel
"The Passenger" Part 4
Audio drama
Big Finish Productions
Written by Steve Lyons
Directed by Jason Haigh-Ellery
May 2005


Sapphire and Steel find themselves powerless to stop Time's plan. But what about Gold?


Notes from the Sapphire & Steel chronology


The carriages of the train in this story exist in different times: 1919, 1938, 1962, 1982, and 2004. 2004 seems to be the "current" year.


Characters appearing or mentioned in this episode




Phillip Burgess

the Princess


Mrs. Sheila Warburton

Flight Sergeant John Andrews

the Conductor




Silver (mentioned only)

Phillip Burgess' daughter (unnamed, mentioned only)


Didja Notice?


After having been trapped in the book by Time (in "The Passenger" Part 3), Gold escapes this episode and says to Sapphire, "It was rather fun actually. Does that sort of thing happen to you often?" In fact, that sort of thing does happen to Sapphire and Steel fairly often!


Memorable Dialog


does that sort of thing happen to you often?.mp3

we have Time on our side.mp3

wrapping disparate threads together.mp3


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