The adventures of David Caulder and his crew stationed on Moonbase 3 on the moon's surface. In the 21st century, representatives of many of the world's governments live in bases on the moon. Moonbase 3 was built by the more advanced countries of Europe and the United Kingdom.
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Michael Wisher (19 May 1935 – 21 July 1995) was a British actor. A regular character actor in television drama from the 1960s onwards, he appeared in programmes such as Z-Cars, Dixon of Dock Green, Moonbase 3 and Colditz. His theatre work was also extensive (and included a lengthy tour of New Zealand). He is also remembered for a series of different roles in the British science-fiction television series Doctor Who, becoming the first actor to play Davros, the wheelchair-using scientific mastermind and creator of the Daleks. The serial in which the character was first seen, Genesis of the Daleks, was originally broadcast in 1975. A sudden heart attack resulted in his death in 1995.
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Wisher's contributions to Doctor Who began with uncredited voice work in the Second Doctor serial The Seeds of Death (1969). The director of that story, Michael Ferguson, later asked Wisher to play reporter John Wakefield in the Third Doctor serial The Ambassadors of Death (1970). The following season, he appeared in the Robert Holmes classic Terror of the Autons (1971), playing Rex Farrel. During the later years of the Pertwee era, Wisher provided Dalek voices in stories including Frontier in Space (1973), Planet of the Daleks (1973) and Death to the Daleks (1974) and acted as the villainous Commissioner Kalik in Carnival of Monsters (1973). He continued to be associated with the series through the early Fourth Doctor years in which he voiced unseen characters in both Revenge of the Cybermen (1975) and Planet of Evil (1975); he also acted on-screen in both serials, as Magrik in Revenge of the Cybermen and Morelli in Planet of Evil. Wisher was the first actor to portray Davros, the creator of the Daleks, who spoke with an electronically aided voice. Although the character would be revived in further series, commitments to long-running theatre work prevented him from repeating his role when asked to appear in later stories. However, he did reprise the role in 1993 for The Trial of Davros, an amateur theatrical production staged for charity which he also co-wrote.
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