The Sarah Jane Adventures - The Nightmare ManWritten by Joseph Lidster; Directed by Joss Agnew; Produced by Brian Minchin
Part One - Monday 11th October, 5:15-5;45pm CBBC/Wednesday 13th October, 4:30-5:00pm BBC2
In the first two-part adventure, The Nightmare Man, Sarah Jane's adopted son, Luke, faces life-changing events and Bannerman Road will never be the same again when he has his first nightmare and is haunted by a dark figure from his dreams. A strange entity is reaching out to our world, with terrible consequences for the whole human race.
Part Two - Tuesday 12th October, 5:15-5;45pm CBBC/Thursday 14th October, 4:30-5:00pm BBC2
With Luke, Clyde and Rani trapped in a bizarre dreamscape, Sarah Jane must fight alone in the concluding part of the first story in the fourth series of The Sarah Jane Adventures. As the Nightmare Man grows stronger, only K9 might hold the key, but can Luke summon the courage to face his adult life before the whole world becomes trapped in an endless nightmare?
The Nightmare Man - Julian Bleach; Slitheen - Paul Kasey; Voice of Slitheen - Toby Longworth; Louise Marlowe - Doon Mackichan
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