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It's the middle of the Second World War and Ben Jackson has returned to visit his married friends Polly and Jamie in their quiet English village. But they can't quite shake the feeling that something's not right...CAST: Anneke Wills (Polly Wright / Narrator), Frazer Hines (Jamie McCrimmon / The Doctor), Elliot Chapman (Ben Jackson), James Dreyfus (The Master), Molly Hanson (Jill Sandbrook), Brian Murphy (Robert Collins). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Queen Victoria is stranded with Maharaja Duleep Singh on a mysterious fort in the middle of the ocean. The fort has been ravaged by storms since it was built. There are ghosts inside and there's something alien outside. It'll do anything to get its release. The huge and long-running public interest in new Torchwood adventures resulted in a server melt-down when its return on audio was announced by star John Barrowman on his Sunday radio show. Across the range, John Barrowman, Eve Myles, Kai Owen and Gareth David-Lloyd have reprised the characters who starred in four years of hit Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood screened around the world. Cast: Rowena Cooper (Queen Victoria), Paul Bazely (Maharaja Duleep Singh),David Sterne (Colonel Crackenthorpe). Other parts played by members of the cast. NOTE: Torchwood contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners.
Imagine. All those people. The ones who make each day that little bit harder. That little bit more unbearable. Imagine if you could silence them. Just by looking at them. I mean, just imagine. If you could do that. To all the people who annoy you. Would you do it? The huge and long-running public interest in new Torchwood adventures resulted in a server melt-down when its return on audio was announced by star John Barrowman on his Sunday night radio slot. Across the range, John Barrowman, Eve Myles, Kai Owen and Gareth David-Lloyd have reprised the characters who starred in four years of hit Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood, screened around the world. Star Naoko Mori appeared as Yoko Ono in Lennon Naked, opposite the first Doctor Who of the new era,Christopher Eccleston. Writer James Goss has been selected by the Douglas Adams Estate to adapt the late writer's work for Doctor Who as novels, including City of Death, The Pirate Planet and The Krikkitmen. CAST: Naoko Mori (Toshiko Sato), Jonny Dixon (Simon), Sara McGaughey (Janet), Duncan Wisbey (Dog Owner), Liz Sutherland- Lim (Daphne), Ross Ford (Chav), Simon Ludders (Bloke). NOTE: Torchwood contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners.
An experimental radio mast has been set up on a remote island. It has been picking up signals - a voice that claims it knows the future. Five people have come to the island to hear the voice. A scientist, a soldier, a medium, an alienist and the most powerful woman in the world. The voice has something to say to all of them. It starts by saying who will be the first to die. CAST: Rowena Cooper (Queen Victoria), Kingsley Amadi (Samuel Okonjo), Wayne Forester (Captain Henry), Gruffudd Glyn (Owain Pryce), Gwyneth Keyworth (Florence). Other parts played by members of the cast. NOTE: Torchwood contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners.
Bernice Summerfield is back in four new adventures with a Time Lord from another universe. 6.1) Have I Told You Lately? By Tim Foley. Bernice and the Doctor find themselves lost in the dark with the only clue to their surroundings a mysterious voice. 6.2) The Undying Truth by JA Prentice. A mysterious mission has discovered a body, one that should never be found. Can the Undying really be dead after all? 6.3) Inertia by James Goss. A remote island on a dull world. Some boring natives, some uninteresting ruins. Can two time travellers manage to do nothing for a month? 6.4) Gallifrey by Guy Adams and AK Benedict The Doctor has come home. But he doesn't belong here. And Bernice thinks there's something very wrong with Gallifrey. CAST: Lisa Bowerman (Bernice Summerfield), David Warner (The Doctor).
Sebastian Vaughan is the brightest, newest recruit to Torchwood. He's come from a very good family, an excellent school, and with a degree from the finest college. He's the kind of person bred for Torchwood. Sebastian Vaughan is exactly the person Torchwood needs. He's charming, he's smart, and he's good in a fight. He's taken Torchwood's other new recruit under his wing. With his help, Toshiko Sato will make something of herself and fit in at Torchwood. Sebastian Vaughan is dead. Toshiko Sato's been given permission to bring his body home to give him the send-off he deserves. How will Torchwood cope without him? NOTE: TORCHWOOD CONTAINS ADULT MATERIAL AND MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR YOUNGER LISTENERS.
When Zoe reattaches an old piece of equipment to the TARDIS console, she, Jamie and the Doctor are very lucky to avoid a collision. But the place they find themselves in may be even more dangerous - because there they encounter another Doctor, a space pilot named Steven...and a young woman called Katarina who really shouldn't be there...CAST: Peter Purves (Steven Taylor/the First Doctor / Narrator), Frazer Hines (Jamie McCrimmon/ the Second Doctor), Wendy Padbury (Zoe Heriot/ Narrator), Ajjaz Awad (Katarina), Nicholas Briggs (the Daleks) More cast details to follow. CAST: Peter Purves (Steven Taylor / the First Doctor / Narrator), Frazer Hines (Jamie McCrimmon / the Second Doctor), Wendy Padbury (Zoe Heriot / Narrator), Ajjaz Awad (Katarina), Nicholas Briggs (the Daleks), Ian Crowe (Chancellor Atrias / Varx / Krell), Laura Elphinstone (Captain Parlos), Max Keeble (Piril / Togrok). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Gallifrey needs every Time Lord to fight the Time War. A summons has been issued across the universe to its prodigals. Whatever their skills, the war effort can use them. Susan's call up papers have arrived, and unlike her grandfather, she is willing to join her people's battle and finally return home. Because Susan knows the Daleks, and she will do her duty...1.Sphere of Influence by Eddie Robson. Susan's first mission is one of diplomacy. The Sense-Sphere could prove a valuable ally to Gallifrey. But she is not the only one who knows the Sensorites of old. Susan will have the support of an old friend. Ian Chesterton is about to rejoin the adventure he left a lifetime ago! 2.The Uncertain Shore by Simon Guerrier. Susan and Commander Veklin are on the trail of a spy. Under cover on a ravaged world, they find a weary population, trapped, and waiting for the inevitable. But one among them is a traitor.The Time War is coming to Florana, and Susan will face a struggle to simply survive...3. Assets of Warby Lou Morgan. Cardinal Rasmus believes that Susan's special abilities will help him assess a new weapons project.On a secret military base, creatures from the vortex are being bred for war. Gallifrey's scientists think they can be used as assets against the Daleks. But the Orrovix are not easily tamed. 4.The Shoreditch Intervention by Alan Barnes. When Susan's TARDIS is intercepted, she is given a highly classified mission.Earth, 1963 is a nexus point in the Time War, but the timelines must be negotiated carefully. Mods and rockers are not the only dangers on the streets of Shoreditch. In Susan's past, the Daleks are waiting. But so is the Doctor! Cast:Carole Ann Ford (Susan),William Russell (Ian Chesteron), Paul McGann (The Doctor), Beth Chalmers (Veklin),Damian Lynch (Rasmus),Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks/Fyodor),Laura Aikman (Lootsa),Roly Botha (Rennis), Ian Brooker (Guard/Strato/Sensorite), Louis Davison (Franko/Policeman), Hugh Fraser (Second Elder), Trudie Goodwin (Faith),Simon Ludders (Monty/Ogron 1),Tom Mahy (JP/Rocker 2), Vincenzo Nicoli (Vibax),Dan Starkey (Yeorgi/Ogron 2),Claire Vousden (Investigator/First Elder), BeckyWright (Alex/Lehena).Other parts played by members of the cast.
Last year Big Finish started a new range in which we created new old stories: inventive new tales featuring actors from the show's early years, with full cinematic sound design to give an effect of these shows reaching you from the past...This year four fresh releases in the range visit the Second Doctor era. Frazer Hines and Anneke Wills revisit their roles as Jamie and Polly, companions of the Second Doctor (played on television by Patrick Troughton) back in 1966-69. Actor Elliot Chapman provides the voice of Ben Jackson, a companion of the First and Second Doctor played originally by Michael Craze. CAST: Frazer Hines (Jamie, the Doctor), Anneke Wills (Polly) and Elliot Chapman (Ben Jackson)
Somewhere outside our universe, she is waiting. She is readying her trap. A trap for a very special man in a very special police box. Hecuba has all the time in the world. But for the Doctor, time is running out...
Four brand new stories featuring the investigators of infernal incidents, in one box set: 1. JAGO AND SON by Nigel Fairs. With missing persons, dead bodies and a Satanist cult to deal with, both Litefoot and Jago need help. Professor Litefoot finds himself working with Jean Bazemore, an old archaeologist friend. Jago, however, finds he is assisted by someone he never even knew existed - his own son. Or is he? Can Jago be sure of anything? But there is more to events than the detectives know. An alien menace is stirring underground. Once again, Jago and Litefoot find themselves fighting for their lives...2. MAURICE by Matthew Sweet. As he tightens his grip on Inspector Quick, the Master becomes interested in the young composer Maurice Ravel. For his part, Ravel befriends Professor Litefoot. But is anyone truly who they seem or able to control their own destiny and actions? When Litefoot goes missing, it's up to Jago to investigate. But the Professor finds himself in a nightmare landscape where reality and fiction seem to have merged. Will he ever manage to escape? And if the real Maurice Ravel is trapped with Litefoot, who exactly is walking the streets of London? 3. THE WOMAN IN WHITE by Simon Barnard and Paul Morris. The great actor Henry Irving is not as great as he once was. In fact, he's awful - a shadow of his former self. Worried that something may be terribly wrong, Irving's assistant Bram Stoker enlists the help of an old friend - Henry Gordon Jago. With Irving's state deteriorating, Professor Litefoot also faces a challenge. He performs an autopsy on a man who has had all his bodily fluids drained from him. Can the detectives discover the connection between the great actor and the mysterious dehydrated corpse? And how does it relate to the Woman in White who supposedly haunts Irving's theatre? 4. MASTERPIECE by Justin Richards. The Master's plan is nearing completion - and he is sure that Jago and Litefoot will help him bring it to fruition. With Inspector Quick increasingly under the Master's influence, the Infernal Investigators find themselves tired and fatigued, as if their very life force is being drained away...With the help of Ellie together with stage hypnotist Madame Sosostris and her assistant Mr Nocturne, Jago and Litefoot finally track down the Master. But as they make their way towards his lair, the Time Lord's true scheme is revealed. This is the eleventh of an incredibly popular audio spin-off series of two Doctor Who characters first encountered in hit story The Talons of Weng-Chiang in 1977. The characters were created by Robert Holmes, widely regarded as the best writer to work on the series. Actor Christopher Benjamin is a widely known face on British TV, appearing in everything from The Avengers to Inspector Morse, Poldark to Midsomer Murders. One of the people behind the series - writer and script editor Justin Richards - is the creator of The Invisible Detective series of children's novels. This special volume includes guest appearances from the Doctor (Colin Baker) and his arch-nemesis the Master (Geoffrey Beevers). CAST: Trevor Baxter (Professor George Litefoot), Christopher Benjamin (Henry Gordon Jago), Conrad Asquith (Inspector Quick), Lisa Bowerman (Ellie), Geoffrey Beevers (The Master), James Joyce (Henry Gordon Jago Jr), Rowena Cooper (Jean Bazemore), Andy McKeane (Maurice Ravel), Jonathan Forbes (Bram Stoker), Edward de Souza (Sir Henry Irving), Robbie Stevens (Mr Manners), Maggie Ollerenshaw (Dame Wilhelmina Gussett), Rachel Atkins (Madame Sosotris/Bishop) and Colin Baker as The Doctor.
Sylvester McCoy stars as the renegade Time Lord in the last ever new story to air on television. It focuses on the Doctor and Ace in their battle against the Cheetah People who are abducting people from all over West London, and with the help of the Doctor's nemisis The Master, taking them to a distant planet.
Professor Bernice Summerfield was a character created as a companion to the Seventh Doctor by writer Paul Cornell for the popular 1990s Doctor Who novels. Since then she's found a whole new audio life through plays for Big Finish. In these four new adventures, Bernice is back with a Timelord you could bring home to meet your universe! 1) Pride of the Lampian by Alyson Leeds. Bernice Summerfield finds the last relic of a lost civilisation, one that the Doctor is worried may never have existed. 2) Clear History by Doris V Sutherland. The people of Civitas-G have retreated into an idyllic recreation of their home world and they're refusing to believe that it is now breaking down. 3) Dead and Breakfast by April McCaffrey. Bernice and the Doctor are trapped on a planet where people who are unusual have a habit of dying. They're in trouble. 4) Burrowed Time by Lani Woodward. Centuries ago the Byrinthians were wiped out - apart from one underground train which is still travelling the tunnels of this long-dead world. With a passenger on board! CAST: Lisa Bowerman (Bernice Summerfield), David Warner (The Doctor), Zaraah Abrahams (Daphne), Laura Aikman (Young Anita), Heider Ali (Lloyd), Vikash Bhai (Gariff), Julia Deakin (Old Anita), Sam Hallion (Rylan), Jessica Hayles (Drolla), Jacqueline King (Flor), Richard Lumsden (Professor Landren), Gavin Swift (The Administrator), Josie White (Zeta). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Undergoing repairs in deep space, the TARDIS is caught in a collision with the huge, decaying wreck of a starship. Zoe, spacewalking, is separated from her companions in the crash, and the Doctor and Jamie wake to find the TARDIS fused to the side of the ship. Venturing inside to rescue their friend, they discover that they are on board The World, the very first colony ship to leave Earth, lost mid-voyage under unknown circumstances. And they are not alone. A terrible suspension chamber is filled with dead, withered human bodies, and a team of gun-toting astronauts are stalking the corridors. But a far greater threat lurks deep inside. The terrifying force responsible for the scuttling of the ship is active once more - and if it can't be stopped, it won't just be the end of this World. It'll be the end of all of them. The Early Adventures are a range designed to tell stories in long gone Doctor Who eras, with narration from some of the actors there at the time. Here Wendy Padbury reprises her 1968/9 role as the Doctor's travelling companion Zoe. Actor Frazer Hines not only plays his character from the time - the Scottish Highlander Jamie McCrimmon, but delivers a stunning impersonation of the Second Doctor as played by Patrick Troughton. CAST: Wendy Padbury (Zoe Heriot/Narrator), Frazer Hines (Jamie McCrimmon/The Doctor), Judith Roddy (Commander Lorne), Adam Newington (Twenty), Don McCorkindale (Porthintus), Richenda Carey (Professor Blavatsky).
The TARDIS is drawn to a mysterious signal emanating from a seemingly dead world. Trapped within a crystalline structure, the Doctor and his friends inadvertently wake a vast army of robots that have lain dormant for many, many years - waiting for Masters of Luxor.
The TARDIS crew land on Mars, home of the Ice Warriors, far back in its history. In the deepest caves, the true Lords of the Red Planet are ready to emerge...Can anyone possibly survive their birth?
Blake's 7 centred on Roj Blake (Gareth Thomas) and his band of freedom fighters, who escaped imprisonment on the penal world of Cygnus Alpha and stole The Liberator, the fastest, most advanced spaceship in the galaxy. Volume 1 comprises three brand new stories performed by stars from the show. THE TURING TEST. Avon and Vila go undercover at a top secret research establishment. SOLITARY. Vila is alone and amnesiac. Why have his friends turned against him? COUNTERFEIT. Blake investigates a mining facility, unaware that his sworn enemy is close by...
The Doctor and Peri face enemies at every turn on Magnus: the Time Lord bully Anzor, the matriarchal ruler Rana Zandusia, and Sil, bitter from defeat on Varos. And, deep within the planet, there is something else. The future is looking decidedly colder...
An unabridged reading of the 7th Doctor novel by Paul Cornell which formed the basis for the 10th Doctor television story Human Nature / The Family of Blood. Hulton College in Norfolk is a school dedicated to producing military officers. With the First World War about to start, the boys of the school will soon be on the front line. But no one expects a war - not even Dr John Smith, the college's new house master... The Doctor's friend Benny is enjoying her holiday in the same town. But then she meets a future version of the Doctor, and things start to get dangerous very quickly. With the Doctor she knows gone, and only a suffragette and an elderly rake for company, can Benny fight off a vicious alien attack? And will Dr Smith be able to save the day?
You can't change the past, every time traveller knows that. What's done is done and cannot be unwritten. But what if it isn't the past any more? What if it's now the present? The spaceship called the UK-201 was intended to fly to the Earth colony of Astra. But it never made it. Crashing on the planet Dido, a tragic chain of events was set in motion leading to the death of almost all of its crew and a massacre of the indigenous population. The only survivor of these events was a young girl called Vicki. Rescued by the time traveller known as the Doctor, she's been travelling in his ship for some time. So when she suddenly wakes up in her cabin on the UK-201 again, without her friends, a few days before the accident, she's faced with a stark choice... Can she stop the crash from happening? And if she can, should she? The Early Adventures are a range designed to tell stories in long gone Doctor Who eras, with narration from some of the actors there at the time. Here Maureen O'Brien and Peter Purves reprise their 1964 roles as the Doctor's assistants Vicky and Steven. Peter Purves - known and loved by a generation as one of the definitive Blue Peter presenters, not only recreates his companion role, but gives a careful, fond impersonation of First Doctor actor William Hartnell. This 2018 run of four Early Adventures tales creates a self-contained story arc with the Doctor, Vicky and Steven confronting enemies old and new. CAST:Maureen O'Brien (Vicki), Peter Purves (Steven Taylor / The Doctor), Michael Lumsden (Newton Pallister), Carol Starks (Captain Odessa Grey), Jemma Churchill (Carmen Scheffler), Arthur Hughes (Lieutenant Thorpe), Stephen Fewell (Jeran Dalton), Eve Webster (Carla / Maria Dalton), David Cooke (additional voices). Other parts played by members of the cast.
The Library of St. John the Beheaded contains the most dangerous books in all creation so when some of them are stolen who else should the Vatican call but Sherlock Holmes? Immediately, one of the possible suspects seems more suspicious than others. He has no traceable background, refuses to give straight answers and hides behind a pseudonym. However, Holmes and his loyal friend Watson soon realise this suspect is also their greatest hope: war is brewing and an Old God is rising, to save humanity they need The Doctor as much as he needs them. Based on the original 1994 New Adventures novel by Andy Lane.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. Sophie Aldred's Ace companion is often viewed as Doctor Who's first contemporary young friend for the Doctor, setting out the template followed in later years by Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) and Clara Oswald (Jenna-Louise Coleman). Not only is this story an adaptation of a popular 1990s Doctor Who novel, but it features the Doctor teaming up with Sherlock Holmes - as played by Nicholas Briggs for Big Finish over the last five years! CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Lisa Bowerman (Benny), Nicholas Briggs (Sherlock Holmes), Richard Earl (Doctor John Watson), Hugh Fraser (Sherringford Holmes), Anthony May (Baron Maupertuis), Aaron Neil (Tir Ram), Samantha Beart (Mrs Prendersly), Michael Griffiths (Ambrose), Guy Adams (K'Tcar'ch).
One of two three-story Bernice Summerfield full-cast sets released to celebrate the archaeologist and Doctor companion's 20th anniversary. 4.Every Dark Thought by Eddie Robson. The Doctor (Michael Jayston) has asked for Benny's help digging up some mysterious ruins. He claims they contain the secret of eternal life. Why would the Doctor want that? 5.Empress of the Drahvins by David Llewellyn. Benny and her friend Ruth honestly don't mean to cause a revolution. When they crashland on the planet Drahva, they just want to get off it immediately. But the fearsome matriarchy has other ideas for Benny and Ruth. For one thing, they need a new empress. 6. The Angel of History by Una McCormack. Annis is an archaeology lecturer at a university. Under fire from friends, students and the police for holding entirely the wrong view of history, the only person who seems to believe her is a mysterious Professor. Professor Bernice Summerfield was a character created as a companion to the Seventh Doctor by writer and novelist Paul Cornell for the popular 1990s Doctor Who novelisations from Virgin Publishing. Since then she's found a whole new audio life through plays for Big Finish. he Story So Far is a two volume set celebrating Benny's 20th anniversary with Big Finish Productions. This story features not one but two Doctors - David Warner's Doctor-from-a-lost-universe, and Michael Jayston playing a Doctor who quite simply cannot be trusted. CAST: Lisa Bowerman (Bernice Summerfield / Annis), Michael Jayston (The Doctor), David Warner (Professor), Ayesha Antoine (Ruth), Liz Sutherland-Lim (Professor Liyi), Mark Elstob (Chorus), Ross Ford (The Caragot), Eve Karpf (Shekkina), Mina Anwar(Captain Varda), Rosanna Miles (Zabel), Luke MacGregor (Gorath), Joe Shire (Magister Temaire), Hussina Raja (Magistra Alker), Simon Ludders (Magister Feris).
One of two three-story Bernice Summerfield full-cast sets released to celebrate the archaeologist and Doctor companion's 20th anniversary. 1. Ever After Happy by James Goss. Bernice Summerfield is a young rebel, living in the grounds of a military Academy. The enemy fleet's looking for them, there are strange lights in the sky, and a terrible new gardener called Wintergreen. 2.The Grel Invasion of Earth by Jacqueline Rayner. Good Fact: Jason Kane is still in love with Benny! Additional Fact: He's using the Time Rings to prove it! Bad Fact: The year is 2150-ish and the Grel have invaded the Earth! 3.Braxiatel in Love by Simon Guerrier. Irving Braxiatel likes to collect things, and when he gains a fiancee, Bernice Summerfield can't help but be suspicious. What are her mysterious employer's motives? It can't just be love, can it? Nothing on the Braxiatel Collection is ever that simple. Not even love. Professor Bernice Summerfield was a character created as a companion to the Seventh Doctor by writer and novelist Paul Cornell for the popular 1990s Doctor Who novelisations from Virgin.Publishing. Since then she's found a whole new audio life through plays for Big Finish.Bernice (Benny) Summerfield is played by Lisa Bowerman, an actor and director from TV and stage, including the last ever Classic Doctor Who story, Survival. Returning characters Irving Braxiatel and Jason Kane are fan favourites, with their appearances much anticipated. CAST: Lisa Bowerman (Bernice Summerfield / Wintergreen), Stephen Fewell (Jason Kane), Emily Laing (Bernice Summerfield), Miles Richardson (Irving Braxiatel).
The TARDIS takes the Doctor, Ben, Polly and Jamie to a flooded underground town on an alien world. The streets are empty. The houses are bare. Not a trace of life. The miners working here are vanishing. And it isn't long before the time-travellers are suspected of being responsible for the disappearances. But even the authorities haven't fully realised the scale of the problem. There's something else on this world. Something dragging people away. And it won't stop until it's taken them all. 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. The Early Adventures are a range designed to tell stories in long gone Doctor Who eras, with narration from some of the actors there at the time. Here Anneke Wills reprises her 1966 role as the Doctor's assistant Polly. CAST: Anneke Wills (Polly Wright/Narrator), Frazer Hines (Jamie McCrimmon/The Doctor), Elliot Chapman (Ben Jackson), Debbie Chazen (Dr Goro), Alistair Petrie (Richard Tipple), Matilda Ziegler(Chatura Sharma).
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