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This is the Standard Edition of this Release. An epic six-part adventure celebrating 20 years of Doctor Who at Big Finish! Time is collapsing. Incidents of chaos and devastation are appearing throughout the lives of one Time Lord and his many friends - all fallout from one terrible disaster. From Earth's past and present to timeless alien worlds, from the cloisters of Gallifrey into the Vortex itself... The Doctor must save universal history - and he needs all the help he can get.1.Lie in Ruins by James Goss. 2. The Split Infinitive byJohn Dorney. 3. The Sacrifice of Jo Grant by Guy Adams. 4. Relative Time by Matt Fitton. 5. The Avenues of Possibility by Jonathan Morris. 6. Collision Course by Guy Adams. CAST: Tom Baker (The Doctor), Peter Davison (The Doctor), Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Colin Baker (The Doctor), Paul McGann (The Doctor), Tim Treloar (The Doctor), with Sophie Aldred (Ace), Lisa Bowerman (Bernice Summerfield), India Fisher (Charlotte Pollard), Karen Gledhill (Allison Williams), John Heffernan (The Nine), Anna Hope (DI Patricia Menzies), Louise Jameson (Leela), Alex Kingston (River Song), Katy Manning (Jo Jones), Ingrid Oliver (Osgood), Jemma Redgrave (Kate Stewart), Hugh Ross (Sir Toby Kinsella), Pamela Salem (Rachel Jensen), Georgia Tennant (Jenny), Lalla Ward (Romana), Simon Williams (Group Captain Gilmore) and Ronni Ancona (Thana), Delroy Atkinson (Wadmore), Christian Brassington (Mr Grigorian / Pilot), Nicholas Briggs (Lieutenant Wallace), Beth Chalmers (Scavenger / Ghosts), Alan Cox (Tompino), Richard Earl (Punshon), Richard Hansell (John Fielding), Rebecca Kilgarriff (Ankarrie), Vince Leigh (Kazan / Pilot), Glen McCready (Vince / Sergeant), Okezie Morro (Scavenger Captain / Ghosts), Sara Poyzer (Stables /Mary), Alexandria Riley (Ria), Mandi Symonds (Captain), Duncan Wisbey (Henry Fielding). Other parts played by members of the cast.
This is the first release in a planned 12-part series based on characters and the world of Kaldor created by Chris Boucher in the classic 1977 Doctor Who TV episode, The Robots of Death. During the events of Doctor Who -Ravenous 2, Liv Chenka left the Doctor and the TARDIS behind. Just for one year. A year during which she would live on Kaldor and get to know her sister Tula all over again. But Kaldor is going through a period of tumultuous change. Technology is changing at an advanced rate -the robots are evolving, artificial intelligence is adapting, and with these changes so politics is altering too. Dangerously. Can Liv and Tula make a difference during the most turbulent time in the world's history? 1.1 The Robots of Life by Roland Moore Settling into life back on Kaldor, Liv investigates a medical centre where the patients are dying. 1.2 The Sentient by Robert Whitelock. Vissey is a young child -the sort of perfect young girl any parents would want to adopt. She is also artificial, and she sees the world in a very different way to humans. 1.3 Love Me Not by John Dorney. A widower goes to extreme lengths to keep the memories of his dead wife alive. CAST: Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Claire Rushbrook (Tula), Eric Carte (Arak Varren), Jon Culshaw (SV90/V88/V19), Annabelle Dowler (Jasdar Crick), Daniel Goode (Kelov), Jaye Griffiths (Til Rork), Anthony Howell (Volar Crick), Robert Whitelock (Skellen/V48/SV66), Tracy Wiles (V98/V7). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Missy - alone, unleashed and unfettered. What does she get up to when the Doctor isn't around?
The past, the present, and the future conspire against the Doctor as he fights to defeat the only creature ever to strike fear into the hearts of a Time Lord - the Ravenous. 4.1 Whisper by Matt Fitton. Seeking respite after their battle with the Ravenous and hoping to find a quiet place where the Eleven can recuperate, the TARDIS crew visit the Still Foundation. But all they find is a small band of survivors under siege from a terrifying predator. A predator that hunts by sound. 4.2 Planet of Dust by Matt Fitton. On the parched world of Parrak, the Master holds sway. But he is exhausted and desperate, and his final hope for survival lies somewhere beneath the desert. When the TARDIS arrives, alliances will be made and trust will be broken - and feuding Time Lords will discover the Ravenous never, ever give up. 4.3 and 4.4 Day of the Master by John Dorney. The Doctor investigates a mystery in the vortex, Liv follows the trail of their enemy, and Helen searches for a god. Everywhere they go there is a Master or Mistress, but is the Doctor's oldest enemy there to hinder him, or to help? With the TARDIS crew scattered and lost, only a miracle can save the universe. And for that to happen someone is going to have to die. CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Hattie Morahan (Helen Sinclair), Mark Bonnar (The Eleven), Geoffrey Beevers (The Master), Michelle Gomez (Missy), Derek Jacobi (The Master), Eric Roberts (The Master), George Asprey (Ravenous), Susie Emmett (Ravenous), Eben Figueiredo (Leet), Chris Jarman (Kyphus), Clifford Samuel (Kinner), Natalie Simpson (Vonn), Ony Uhiara (Ronica), Robert Whitelock (Artron/Cadrin).
River Song has many ways to amuse herself away from her husband. And with access to the Doctor's diary, she knows exactly when he might be around, and when best to slip in unnoticed and liberate valuable trinkets...But first of all, she must ensure he makes it out of Totters Lane alive! An Unearthly Woman by Matt Fitton. Coal Hill School has a new member of staff: an educated woman, who seems to specialise in every subject. Meanwhile, teachers Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright have concerns over the behaviour of one of their pupils. Susan Foreman is intrigued by Dr Song, but something else is stalking her in the darkness and fog of London, 1963... The Web of Time by John Dorney. The capital has been evacuated. Monsters stalk the Underground. For River, it's the perfect opportunity to steal a priceless artwork, so long as she can avoid looters, soldiers and an alien invasion. With the gallant Captain Knight at her side, River faces the Great Intelligence and its Yeti army. But her biggest challenge may be keeping time itself on track. Peepshow by Guy Adams. Miniscope parts fetch quite a price on the open market - luckily, River knows where she can find one that's about to be decommissioned. Unfortunately, this particular miniscope is chock-full of aliens, as well as unsuspecting Earthlings. River must face a carnival of monsters before she can claim her prize - across miniature habitats, Ogrons, Sontarans and Drashigs await! The Talents of Greel by Paul Morris. River visits Victorian London on the trail of anachronistic technology. But when young women are stolen from the streets, she takes a stand. River's investigation leads to theatre impresario Henry Gordon Jago, and his latest star act: LiH'Sen Chang and the unnerving Mr Sin. But if River's going undercover at the Palace Theatre, she needs to have a song...CAST: Alex Kingston (River Song), Claudia Grant (Susan Foreman), Jamie Glover (Ian Chesterton), Jemma Powell (Barbara Wright), Lizzie Stables (Sheila Page), Edward Dede (Lloyd Walker), Owen Aaronovitch (Mr Newbold), Ralph Watson (Captain Ben Knight), Kathryn Drysdale (Erin Harris), Mandi Symonds (Maude), Sam Clemens (Corporal Buscombe), Clive Wood (Dibbsworth), Dan Starkey (Commander Sturmm), Guy Adams (Ogrons), Christopher Benjamin (Henry Gordon Jago), Nicholas Goh (Li H'Sen Chang), Angus Wright (Magnus Greel), Milly Thomas (Celestine Sorbonne), John Paul Connolly (Casey). Other parts played by members of the cast.
When Jackie Tyler takes an away day to visit her old friend Marge in Norwich, she finds her holiday immediately interrupted in the worst way possible - an alien invasion! The infamous Zaross have come to take over the Earth. Or have they? After Jackie calls in the Doctor and Rose to deal with the menace, it soon becomes clear that this is a very unusual invasion indeed. The Doctor is about to uncover one of the most heinous crimes in the history of the galaxy. And if he can't stop it an awful lot of people are going to die. CAST: David Tennant (The Doctor), Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Camille Codur i(Jackie Tyler), Rosie Cavalier (Marge Ellmore), Beth Lilly (Jess Ellmore), Guy Henry (Ikron), George Watkins (Tanan / Steve), George Asprey (Leader).
Michelle Gomez, who last played the Doctor's best friend and wicked enemy, Missy, in the Doctor Who television series in 2017, returns to her role in some brand new audio adventures from Big Finish Productions made in arrangements with BBC studios. 1.1 Spoonful of Mayhem by Roy Gill. In a spot of bother in Victorian London, Missy is forced to take on governess duties but she has another scheme in mind, and her charges are simply in the way. She's going to have to teach the children some rather harsh lessons about getting what you want. And there will be tears before bedtime. 1.2 Divorced, Beheaded, Regenerated by John Dorney. Missy arrives in Tudor England, throwing the plans of another renegade Time Lord into chaos.King Henry VIII is on the throne, and aliens are stomping through the countryside. Missy just wants to be Queen. And the Monk? Once he knows who else is on the scene, he'll be glad just to stay alive. 1.3 The Broken Clock by Nev Fountain. Tonight, on Dick Zodiac's America's Most Impossible Killers, Detective Joe Lynwood hunts the most impossible killer of his career. There's a trail of bodies. Impossible bodies. And Joe has one long night to solve the case. Luckily, D.I. Missy Masters from Scotland Yard in England, London, England is here to help. 1.4 The Belly of the Beast by Jonathan Morris. Missy's scheme nears completion. All she must do is subjugate one little planet and bend the inhabitants to her will. Not too much to ask. But slaves will keep rebelling. It's almost as if they don't want to unearth an ancient artefact to fulfil Missy's plans for universal domination.She'll have to do something about that. CAST: Michelle Gomez (Missy/Matis), Rufus Hound (The Monk), Oliver Clement (Oliver Davis), Bonnie Kingston (Lucy Davis), Simon Slater (Montague Davis / Moses Walker / Coachman), Dan Starkey (Mr. Cosmo / Park Keeper / Old Man / Sphinx), Beth Chalmers (Djinn / Housemaid), Maggie Service (Catherine Parr), Leighton Pugh (Sir Foxcroft / Gramoryan 1 / Priest), Graham Seed (Gramoryan 2 / Taverner / Squire), Kenneth Jay (Dick Zodiac), Guy Paul (Joe Lynwood), Ryan Forde Iosco (The Actor Playing Joe Lynwood), Daniel Goode (Mark /Roy), Rachel Verkuil (Frankie and The Actress Playing Missy), Abbie Andrew (Aleyna), John Scougall (Cort / Guards), Lucy Goldie (Sath / Mother), Jason Nwoga(Doctor Goodnight), Jamie Laird (Mister Bryce / Father). Other parts played by members of the cast.
On a distant research station, the Time Lords are playing with fire. But it isn't only mythological creatures from Time Lord legend that are coming back to life. Fighting for their lives against terrifying creatures from the folklore of many worlds, as well as escaping the clutches of more familiar foes, the Doctor, Liv and Helen find themselves making the most unlikely ally. This box set contains four adventures and will see companions current, former and yet to come working together to survive the latest scheme of The Nine. 3.1 Deeptime Frontier by Matt Fitton. Stranded on a desolate world by a dead TARDIS, the Doctor and his friends are trapped, surrounded by creatures from Time Lord nightmares - the Ravenous. Elsewhere, on the edge of the vortex, a Gallifreyan research station takes on board an extremely dangerous artefact. Are the Time Lords sowing the seeds of their own destruction? And if one Ravenous creature rattles the Doctor's nerves, what will happen when the whole clan is hunting him? 3.2 Companion Piece by John Dorney. When the evil Time Lord known as the Nine comes across a rare and valuable item floating in the space-time vortex, his acquisitive nature means he can't resist the urge to complete the set. Soon a wicked scheme is underway. Only the Doctor's friends - past, present and future - will be able to stop him. But without the Doctor around will even the combined skills of Liv, Helen, River Song, Bliss and Charley be enough to save the day? 3.3 L.E.G.E.N.D. by Matt Fitton. Over years of study and research, the Brothers Grimm built a compendium of folklore: stories of witches and wizards, magic and morality, strange creatures and treacherous forests. Professor Marathanga does much the same, on a universal scale. But her methods are rather less rigorous, using technological shortcuts to fill her intelligent database - L.E.G.E.N.D. When worlds collide, the TARDIS crew discover that fairy tales can become real. And the Doctor's latest companion is put to the test. Will the Eleven be an asset, or one more monster to defeat? 3.4 The Odds Against by John Dorney. The Doctor, Liv and Helen have landed near an abbey housing the gateway to the dimension in which the Ravenous were originally imprisoned. But their plans to enlist the inhabitants' help in defeating their pursuers are disrupted when they stumble over a dead body. Strange creatures roam the corridors and something monstrous may be awakening beneath their feet. CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Alex Kingston (River Song), India Fisher (Charlotte Pollard), Rakhee Thakrar (Bliss), Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Hattie Morahan (Helen Sinclair), John Heffernan (The Nine), Mark Bonnar (The Eleven), Damian Lynch (Rasmus), Tania Rodrigues (Visteron), George Asprey (Ravenous 1 / Glitch), Susie Emmett (Brallix / Ravenous 2, Dan Starkey (Original Brallix), Ajjaz Awad (Handmaiden), Tanya Moodie (Marathanga), Arthur Hughes (Wilhelm Grimm / Legend-M), Amaka Okafor (Agnes / Legend-F), Leighton Pugh (Jacob Grimm). Other parts played by members of the cast.
This is the first of four new box sets in the Eighth Doctor Adventures series from Big Finish Productions, bringing together faithful returning companions Helen Sinclair and Liv Chenka with a new pair to the TARDIS team in the shape of Tania Bell and Sergeant Andy Davidson. The TARDIS is gone. Stranded in one time and place, the Doctor, Liv and Helen seek refuge in Baker Street. But the house has changed; they now have neighbours - not all of them welcoming. And someone has a dire warning for the future. The Doctor and friends face their greatest challenge yet: living one day after another, in 2020 London. Contains four new adventures; 1.1 Lost Property by Matt Fitton. Trying to find a way to resume his travels, the Doctor calls in some old favours. As the residents get to know the new arrivals, something else finds its way into Baker Street, seeding suspicion. Helen meets a man with a very familiar face - and a terrible warning. 1.2 Wild Animals by John Dorney.After weeks of London living, some of the TARDIS crew are finding it easier to adjustthan others. Liv has found a new friend, but Helen is worried about the Doctor. And when a tragic crime takes place, the Time Lord must learn the limits of his powers. 1.3 Must-See TV by Lisa McMullin. There are new arrivals in Baker Street: Sergeant Andy Davidson, and the helpful Mr Bird. The Doctor isn't happy that someone else in the house is more useful than him. When the residents' TV starts to malfunction, he suspects foul play. Someone is watching...1.4 Divine Intervention by David K Barnes. As the Doctor becomes desperate, Helen and Live advise him to accept their situation. Liv makes a date - but gets more than she bargains for when the whole household comes along. And when a threat from the future finally arrives, the Doctor is placed in real danger. It's time for the truth to emerge. CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Hattie Morahan (Helen Sinclair), Rebecca Root (Tania Bell), Tom Price (Sergeant Andy Davidson), Tom Baker (The Curator), Clive Wood (Mr.Bird), Aurora Burghart (Rafaella Hicks/Teeja), Jeremy Clyde (Tony Clare/Jack Addison), Alan Cox (Ken Bright-Thompson), Raj Ghatak (Sanjit), Avita Jay (Zakia Akhtar), Robert Portal (Treadwell), David Shaw-Parker (Ron Winters), Amina Zia (Aisha Akhtar). Other parts played by members of the cast
This very special release features a recreation of the first ever cast of Doctor Who, as seen on BBC TV in 2013's celebratory An Adventure in Space and Time, with David Bradley then appearing as the Doctor in 2017's Peter Capaldi finale last Christmas. 2.1 The Invention of Death by John Dorney. After an experimental flight, the TARDIS crew find themselves on one of the strangest worlds they have ever encountered. Alien life takes many forms, and on Ashtallah the travellers find all their preconceptions tested. But this world is about to make a discovery - and it could me an the end of everything. 2.2 The Barbarians and the Samurai by Andrew Smith.In 19th Century Japan, Westerners are forbidden. So when the TARDIS arrives near Lord Mamoru's castle, the daimyo's Samurai are soon on their trail. Uncovering secrets at court and treachery in the ranks, the Doctor and his friends are drawn into intrigue. And, as a battle begins, they are caught in the middle. Big Finish have been producing Doctor Who audios since 1999, starring Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant and John Hurt. This very special release features a recreation of the first ever cast of Doctor Who, as seen on BBC TV in 2013's celebratory An Adventure in Space and Time, with David Bradley then appearing as the Doctor in 2017's Peter Capaldi finale last Christmas. Director Nicholas Briggs is not only the executive producer at Big Finish, but is known for his voice-work on Doctor Who, most notably for the chilling tones of the Daleks! CAST: David Bradley (The Doctor), Claudia Grant (Susan), Jemma Powell (Barbara Wright), Jamie Glover (Ian Chesterton), Tracy Wiles (Sharlan), Michelle Morris (Brenna), Dan Li (Okada Shumei), Andrew Wincott (Casper Knox), Sadao Ueda (Takagi Mamoru), Susan Hingley (Keiko), Jozef Aoki Toda Eiji / Yoshita Hiroshi), Christopher Naylor (Captain Hamilton).
Jenny is brand new to the universe. Born a soldier, made for war, she has a Time Lord's heritage. Luckily, that Time Lord is the Doctor. She's ready to save planets, fight monsters, and save the day, using nothing but her bravery, wit and instinct - and an awful lot of running. 1.1 Stolen Goods by Matt Fitton. Jenny is new to the universe and keen to explore - but in unfamiliar spaceships, accidents happen. She's lucky to have someone on-hand to help. A slippery, fast-talking someone, called Garundel. Soon, Jenny is mixed up in cons and explosions. But she also finds something strange, inexplicable, and as new to universe as she is. She'll call him Noah. 1.2 Prisoner of the Ood by John Dorney. Moving into Leafield Crescent, Angie Glazebrook is surprised by an unexpected caller. But not half as surprised as Jenny, suddenly transported to a suburban close on twenty-first century Earth. And that's nothing to the surprise of the neighbours when alien visitors start appearing. Visitors with tentacled mouths, carrying death-dealing orbs. The Ood have come for their prisoner...1.3 Neon Reign by Christian Brassington. The Dragon Lord rules Kamshassa with fear. Half the oppressed population live in an addicted stupor, while the other half are forced into service. Factories belch poisonous smoke, and Dragon Guards patrol the streets, condemning dissenters to the Eternal Fire. When Jenny and Noah arrive, it's only a matter of time before they start a revolution. 1.4 Zero Space by Adrian Poynton. Out in deep space, in the middle of -quite literally -nowhere, Jenny and Noah believe they've found a safe haven. And, very possibly, some answers. But the space station holds many secrets, and it won't be long before Jenny's past catches her up.Bounty hunter COLT-5000 is on her trail and will stop at nothing to hunt down its quarry... even in Zero Space!Jenny was introduced in 2008's TV Doctor Who story The Doctor's Daughter, with the character revealed at the end to have survived her death and was now off travelling the universe. Fans have wanted to know what happened next ever since. Georgia Tennant is the daughter of Peter Davison - the actor who played the Fifth Doctor on TV and for Big Finish on audio, so she's literally played the role her whole life! Co-star Sean Biggerstaff is best known for his appearances as Oliver Wood in the Harry Potter. CAST: Georgia Tennant (Jenny), Sean Biggerstaff (Noah),Sian Phillips (COLT-5000), Stuart Milligan (Garundel), Sarah Woodward (Vesh Taralesh),Clare Corbett (Lukaku), Arabella Weir (Angie Glazebrook),Silas Carson (Ood Leader), Rosalyn Landor (Vanessa Elledge), Olivia Darnley (Emily Cole), John Dorney (John Macguire), Pik-Sen Lim (Old Woman), Arina II (Shoon-Wei), Sara Houghton (Alitta), Paul Courtenay Hyu (Po), Adele Anderson (Dreyda), Anthony Calf (Cal).
Time travelling archaeologist and adventurer River Song returns - and this time she will be stepping into the past life of the Doctor, encountering two of his incarnations at once! From the space exploration vessel Saturnius - which is heading to a destination that never gets any closer - to a doomed planet Earth and beyond, River's journey will bring her closer to a new foe...and an encounter with both the Sixth and Seventh Doctors. 2.1 The Unknown by Guy Adams. 2.2 Five Twenty Nine by John Dorney. 2.3 World Enough and Time by James Goss. 2.4 Eye of the Storm by Matt Fitton. Much anticipated by fans of Doctor Who both old and new, Big Finish are delighted to welcome Alex Kingston back again to reprise her River Song character first seen in 2008 on TV. She was seen as the Doctor's wife in the episode The Wedding of River Song, but her twisted timeline means she and the Doctor rarely see events from the same perspective! This time River gets to encounter not one but two incarnations of her husband the Doctor, when Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy guest star as the Sixth and Seventh Doctors!Aside from her iconic turn in Doctor Who, Alex Kingston's well know in both the UK and US for her regular roles in E. R., Arrow, Upstairs Downstairs and The Knock. CAST: Alex Kingston(River Song), Colin Baker (The Doctor), Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor) with Anna Maxwell Martin, Jessie Buckley, Ann Bell, Robert Pugh, Dan Starkey and Barnaby Edwards.
A set in luxury packaging collecting these two Doctor Who novel adaptions with a fifth disc of exclusive content: Doctor Who: The Well-Mannered War by Gareth Roberts (adapted by John Dorney). The Doctor, Romana and K9 arrive on the planet Barclow, where in two hundred years of hostilities not a shot has been fired, and the opposing combatants are the best of friends. But tensions are growing. Someone, somewhere is trying to make this well-mannered war very angry indeed. Doctor Who: Damaged Goods by Russell T Davies (adapted by Jonathan Morris). Investigating a new narcotic in 1987 London, the Doctor, Chris and Roz arrive at a housing estate. But what links a Christmas Eve pact long ago with an apocalyptic nightmare erupting today? Big Finish worked with top Doctor Who TV Producer Russell T Davies, and Doctor Who screenwriter Gareth Roberts on this release. Damaged Goods star Michelle Collins is best know for her time as Cindy Beale in Eastenders, and then a later time in Coronation Street. Tim McInnerny is probably best know as Captain Darling in Blackadder Goes Forth. CAST: The Well Mannered War. Tom Baker (The Doctor), Lalla Ward (Romana), John Leeson (K9), Tim McInnerny (Admiral Dolne). CAST: Damaged Goods. Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Travis Oliver (Chris Cwej), Yasmin Bannerman (Roz Forrester), Michelle Collins (Winnie Tyler), Denise Black (Eva Jericho).
Having reunited his companions, the Doctor decides to lift their spirits by treating each of them to a trip to their home world. On Kaldor Liv is confronted by a face from her past, and on Earth Helen must summon all her skill and knowledge to help save her friends from eternal damnation. But try as they might to stay out of danger, dark forces are emerging. Dark enough to strike fear into the hearts of a Time Lord. 2.1 Escape from Kaldor by Matt Fitton. Returning to a home world she'd rather forget, Liv reluctantly accompanies Helen to the grand opening of a luxury shopping mall. But when a glitch in the system sends the Robots of Death on a rampage, Liv's past comes crashing down about her. 2.2 Better Watch Out by John Dorney. The Doctor hopes to take Liv's mind off recent events by treating his companions to a traditional European Christmas. But not everybody is full of the spirit of Christmas when a wave of misery follows the Krampus as they run through the streets of Salzburg.2.3 Fairytale of Salzburg by John Dorney With the Doctor and most of the population condemned to hell, Liv and Helen race against time to discover the source of all this chaos, and to find the one man who can save the people of Salzburg from eternal damnation. 2.4 Seizure by Guy Adams. As if it wasn't enough to be trapped in the labyrinth of a dying TARDIS and pursued by a ghost, the team find themselves face to face once more with the Eleven. But the Doctor has bigger things to worry about when he discovers they're being hunted by the only creature to strike fear into the hearts of a Time Lord: The Ravenous. Big Finish's run of Eighth Doctor adventures star Paul McGann reprising his much loved portrayal of the Eighth incarnation of TV's Time Lord, and cover both single adventures and epic boxed set arcs! This new set kicked off with Series 1, including a return for one of the Doctor's most grisly foes: the Kandyman, while this set includes fan favourite the Robots of Death! CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Hattie Morahan (Helen Sinclair), Mark Bonnar (The Eleven), Claire Rushbrook (Tula Chenka / SV111 / SV23), Richard Popple( Kit Laver), David Rintoul (Galla Posca),Tracy Wiles(Hadway / Salma / V75),John Dorney (Sol / Security Guard / Comtech / V21 / V616), Jamie Newall (Shafranek),Carla Mendonca (Waltraud Raither / Imp 1), Kate Rawson (Inge / Imp 2),Ewan Goddard (Christophe / Krampus Runner), Robert Whitelock (Bruno / Vagabond / Priest), Sian Phillips (Pilgrim), Raad Rawi (Bishop) Kate Duchene(AntoniaWerner), Susan Hingley (Maria Werner), Pippa Haywood (Jaxa), George Asprey (Ravenous).
This run of stories featuring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor is a boxed set - previous series have been individually available. Something horrific is happening on Chaldera... and it has been happening for longer than anyone could possibly have realised. Now every life on the planet is at stake. Bar one. The dark secret at the heart of this world is about to be revealed. The Sons of Kaldor features the Super-Voc and Voc androids - better know to fans as the eponymous villains in the classic story The Robots of Death. CAST: Tom Baker (The Doctor), Louise Jameson (Leela), John Leeson (K9), Martha Cope (Commander Lind), Oliver Dimsdale (Rebben Tace), Toby Hadoke (V26), John Dorney (Brin / SV9 / V12 / Gary), Cathy Tyson (Jennifer), Damian Lynch (Colin Marshall), Julian Wadham (Dr Holman), Dan Starkey (Linus Strang), Josette Simon (Taraneh), Sarah Lark (Jacinta), Alex Wyndham (Raph), Robert Duncan (Krayl / Sternwood / Eldren), Andy Secombe (Cloten / Shift), Justin Avoth (Cain).
A brand new boxset of four adventures, featuring monsters from the new series of Doctor Who! Night of the Vashta Nerada by John Dorney. Funworld was set to be the happiest planet in the galaxy. A planet of joy, of euphoria, of laughter and delight. Except construction was marred by reports of a predator and then, a few days before opening, all communication ceased. Owner Georgia Donnelly is desperate to open the resort and has hired Amanda Steele's crew to find out what happened on the planet. They're the best. But even they might not be up to the task. Joined by the Doctor and being picked off one by one, they slowly start to realise that something terrifying lurks in the shadows. Empire of the Racnoss by Scott Handcock. When a distress call rips the TARDIS from the Vortex, dragging it back through time, it arrives in the midst of a conflict between Gallifrey and an ancient foe. The Doctor, as ever, wants to help, but in returning a wounded combatant home, he becomes further and further entangled in a web of deceit and recrimination. A web spun by an eight-legged Empress and her minions...The Empire of the Racnoss is at war, and wherever he stands, the Doctor is on the wrong side.The Carrionite Curse by Simon Guerrier. Katy Bell returns to her Midlands home to find strange goings-on at the buskers fair. A witch trial in the 1980s. A bonfire ready to be lit...Luckily, a colourful visitor is already investigating, and the local vicar, Katy's dad, is versed in tales of the macabre. Terrifying forces are on the loose, and the town hall holds a secret. There is black magic in the Black Country, and the Doctor has the name of his enemy on the tip of his tongue...Something wicked this way comes. Day of the Vashta Nerada by Matt Fitton. As the Time War rages, Cardinal Ollistra of Gallifrey seeks to create ever more dangerous weapons to deploy against the enemy. When the Doctor stumbles across Synthesis Station, he discovers that the Time Lords have sponsored a project to weaponise already-lethal creatures. But in doing so, Eva Morrison and her team have unwittingly used a colony of Vashta Nerada with a very unfortunate history of humanoid contact. The Doctor finds himself leading a desperate race for survival, in which the shadows may be the least of their worries...Cast: Tom Baker (The Doctor), Peter Davison (The Doctor), Colin Baker (The Doctor), Paul McGann (The Doctor), Adjoa Adhoh (Racnoss Empress), Nigel Planer (Old Racnoss Emperor/Herrax), Andrew French (Racnoss Consort), Lisa Kay (Alayna), Pam Ferris (Amanda Steele), Lorelei King (Georgia Donnelly), Emma Lowndes (Phelan), Matt Devitt (Bennetto), Jacqueline Pearce (Ollistra), Jan Ravens (Dr Eva Morrison), Himesh Patel (Biotech Dendry), Tim Wallers (Commander Roxita / Raldon), Maya Sondhi (Katy Bell), Andree Bernard (Mary Sissinghurst), Adele Anderson (Eileen Nelthorpe), Michael Fenton-Stevens (Rev Douglas Bell).
Big Finish picks up the events after Miracle Day, after Aliens Among Us with Torchwood: God Among Us. When a God comes to Cardiff, the world goes to Hell. 6.1 Future Pain by James Goss. Torchwood pick up the pieces and move on. After all, there's a whole new set of alien threats to deal with. While Yvonne Hartman is asserting her authority as the new leader of Torchwood, Jack Harkness is hunting an alien god in the sewers - but what's he really hiding from? 6.2 The Man Who Destroyed Torchwood by Guy Adams. Brent Hayden. To some he's the darling of the alt-right, to others he's a far-left crusader. A lot of people watch his videos, hang off his every word. Crisis actors? Conspiracies? Black Ops? Brent knows you deserve the truth. And Brent's come to Cardiff, because he's going to expose Torchwood. Don't forget to Like and Subscribe. 6.3 See No Evil by John Dorney. Cardiff goes blind. There's a hunter out there in the darkness. With no escape, and the screaming getting louder, Jack Harkness and Yvonne Hartman each set out to save the city in their own ways. 6.4 Night Watch by Tim Foley. The Black Sun has come through the Rift. When it visits, sleep comes with it. Orr is the guardian, appointed to watch over the city while it slumbers. What will they find as they wander the streets? Who are the lost souls, trapped with their demons? Who are the ones fighting even sleep? Who are the broken meeting their dreams?Torchwood has now been in existence for over 10 years from its debut in 2006 as a Doctor Who spin-off created by top TV producer and writer Russell T Davies and has appeared on both UK and US television, BBC radio productions, novels, a courtesy of Big Finish-in new audio plays. This release is the first of three brand new sets collectively created as a sixth series following on from the four series on TV and last year's Aliens Among Us, a full-cast audio series with Russell T Davies advising on the new arcs, storylines and characters. CAST: John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness),Tracy-Ann Oberman (Yvonne Hartman), Paul Clayton (Mr Colchester), Alexandria Riley (Ng), Samantha Beart (Orr), Jonny Green (Tyler Steele), Tom Price (Sergeant Andy Davidson), Rachel Atkins (Ro-Jedda), Ramon Tikaram (Colin Colchester-Price), Jacqueline King (Mourner), Tom Forrister (Brent), Dominic Thorburn (Chip), Adam Turns (Old Man), Connor Calland (David), Jonnie Smith (Tim), Justin Davies (Scott), Karen Elli (Brent's Mum), Laura Singleton (Celebrant), Melanie Stevens (Julia), Ri Richards (Shopper.) .
Kate Stewart and her UNIT team investigate and confront alien attacks on the planet Earth in this new five disc boxset. The Dalek Transaction by Matt Fitton. When a rogue guerrilla faction offer an alien artefact for auction, Kate Stewart and her team go undercover to the jungles of Central America. But they find that the prize on offer is far deadlier than its owners realise. Captive, desperate and alone. That's when a Dalek is at its most dangerous. Invocation by Roy Gill. It's Hallowe'en, and Josh finds himself at a party where phantoms are becoming all too real. Osgood is working late and hears a voice from the skies making strange incantations. The next day, Kate has gone missing in the Scottish Borders, and the team head north to investigate. Ghosts from the past are haunting UNIT, and now they threaten the whole world. The Sontaran Project by Andrew Smith. On a routine reconnaissance mission, Colonel Shindi finds more than he bargains for in the Forest of Ardennes. Back in England, an old colleague makes Osgood an offer she cannot refuse. The chance to take part in an exciting new scientific advance. Before long, UNIT is on collision course with a force of alien clones, and Kate must forge an unlikely alliance. False Negative by John Dorney. When a strange travel capsule is activated in UNIT's laboratory, Osgood and Josh find themselves in a whole new world of trouble. Soon, nobody at UNIT HQ is quite who they seem, and the team discovers that the greatest danger they could ever face comes from within. A thrilling full-cast audio with cinematic sound design and music, this special set comes as four separate stories rather than previous four-disc dramas; an anthology approach that this time includes the Doctor's notorious foes the Daleks and the Sontarans! CAST: Jemma Redgrave (Kate Stewart), Ingrid Oliver (Osgood), James Joyce (Captain Josh Carter), Ramon Tikaram (Colonel Shindi), Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks).
A special solo adventure for Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor, in the last of three stories with a recurring villain. The future is dying. All over the universe, gaps are beginning to appear. From the space lanes terrorised by the rag-tag remnants of the once-mighty Rocket Men, to the empire of the Gorlans, stricken by a terrible civil war. Gaps in space/time, portents of the end of everything. Only three beings might prevent it. The Doctor, a renegade Time Lord from Gallifrey. The Master, another renegade Time Lord from Gallifrey. And another Master, yet another renegade Time Lord from Gallifrey. One Doctor. Two Masters. What could possibly go wrong? Big Finish's main range of Doctor Who stories began in 1999, and has featured television Doctors Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann across its 213 tales. Director Jamie Anderson is the son of Thunderbirds creator and TV legend Gerry Anderson - he works on Doctor Who here, having brought his father's Terrahawks series to audio life for Big Finish. Sylvester McCoy originally played the Doctor in 1987 - 1989, (then again in 1996) while his other work includes Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson's epic The Hobbit films. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Geoffrey Beevers (The Old Master), Alex Macqueen (The New Master), Lauren Crace (Jemima), Russ Bain (Blore), Esther Hall (Tazmeena), James Garnon (Sebastian), Neil Edmond (Sarlon).
A new adventure in time and space for the Fourth Doctor and his companion Leela.
A set of four full cast stories featuring the investigators of infernal incidents, with an extra CD of behind the scenes interviews. 3.1 Dead Men's Tales (written by Justin Richards and featuring Warren Brown). A friend from the past returns to warn Jago and Litefoot of a threat to the future. Time breaks are appearing in Victorian London, but first Leela must help solve the mystery of the Wet Men - terrifying creatures that are rising from the River Thames...3.2 The Man at the End of the Garden (written by Matthew Sweet and featuring Joanna Bacon, Joanna Monro and Eden Monteath). Strange things are happening in the Naismith household. Eleanor Naismith has vanished, and her daughter Clara is found in odd circumstances...What is the link to Eleanor's book, The Man At The End of the Garden? 3.3 Swan Song (written by John Dorney and featuring Abigail Hollick, Hywel Morgan and Andrew Westfield). The New Regency Theatre is haunted and Jago, Litefoot and Leela witness the spirit of someone in a silver wheelchair floating over the stalls. This is the story of Alice - a young woman who had Swan Lake so cruelly taken from her...3.4 Chronoclasm (written by Andy Lane and featuring Philip Bretherton, Duncan Wisbey and Wendy Padbury). When Litefoot's home is invaded by giant metal spheres, it seems that the end of the world is nigh. The enemy has revealed itself, the end game is afoot - can two Henry Gordon Jagos save the day?
Zoe Heriot has a photographic memory. Totall recall. But when it comes to the years she spent travelling in time & space, all she can remember is that she has forgotten. Years after she was returned to the Wheel in Space by the Time Lords, Zoe meets Ali, a young woman who claims to have met Zoe before, when she was with the Doctor & Jamie.
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