Torchwood One: Before the Fall – 2 – Through the Ruins

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4.00 out of 5
(3 reviews)
Published on: January 19, 2017
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Description

London, 2005. Yvonne Hartman is the undisputed head of Torchwood One. Above the government, beyond the police, she has excellent people skills; enjoys regular tea with the Queen; and effortlessly defends the British Empire from alien threats.Yvonne Hartman is excellent at her job, and inspires devotion in everyone who works with her – until, one day, she makes a terrible mistake. We all make mistakes. But only at Torchwood can a single mistake plunge your world into interstellar war.

Yvonne Hartman’s facing the fight of her life. One she’s going to win.

Through The Ruins

“Ianto, please. It’s all… it’s all gone wrong. I don’t know what to think any more.”

Away Days at Torchwood aren’t what you’d expect. Yes, there’s the forced camaraderie, the team-building exercises, and the chance for long-held rivalries to boil over. But Torchwood Away Days also have the potential to get very lethal very quickly.

Yvonne Hartman’s extremely worried by this year’s Away Day. But she’s got other things on her mind – something’s very wrong with Torchwood.

Additional information

Authors

Jenny T Colgan

Characters

Ianto Jones, Yvonne Hartman

Content warnings

None

Director

Barnaby Edwards

Episode timeline

0-101

Length

1h

Range

Big Finish – Torchwood One

Relationships

No major relationship

Series timeline

Before series 1

Support

Audio drama

Related Fanworks

Fanart

3 reviews for Torchwood One: Before the Fall – 2 – Through the Ruins

  1. Estelle

    The Yvonne part of the plot is a nice blend of character exploration and thriller. It has a moving depiction of grief and shows how, even outside the corporate environment, Yvonne is a “people person”. Soren is a very good audience surrogate to understand why, despite her ruthlessness, people are loyal to Yvonne.

    The team building part felt a bit weaker to me plotwise (a little over-the-top I felt) but the characters are charming and the acting sells it.

    Overall, it is a very good second act and builds things up nicely for the final episode of the box-set.

  2. Dina

    A great mix of chilling and over-the-top in true Torchwood fashion. There are a lot of characters and moving parts, but following them was really enjoyable.

  3. Xandra73

    It’s not as strong as the the first episode, but I guess it sufferes a bit for being the middle part of a three parter. Yvonne working together with Ianto’s flatmate was really really great. I also liked Ianto’s away day but it falls a bit flat in comparison to what else is going on.

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