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In this box set, actors from the original TV series, Katy Manning and John Levene, are joined by Daisy Ashford. She will be portraying Liz Shaw, the Third Doctor's first TV companion - a role which was played by her mother, Caroline John. CAST: Tim Treloar (The Doctor), Katy Manning (Jo Grant), Jon Culshaw (Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart), Daisy Ashford (Liz Shaw), John Levene (Sergeant Benton), Michael Troughton (General Sharp), Andrew Wincott (Captain Hall), Joe Jameson (Private Callahan / Primords /Soldiers), Bethan Dixon Bate (Lady Madeleine Rose / Barmaid), Dominic Wood (Warren), Rosalyn Landor (Caldicott), David Dobson (Armitage), Guy Adams (The Vardans / Bob Ellis). 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).
Tom Baker plays the Fourth Doctor in two stories adapted from the fan favourite comic strip by Pat Mills and John Wagner. 1. Doctor Who and the Iron Legion adapted by Alan Barnes. 1979 AD! Led by the terrible General Ironicus, the mighty Iron Legion - robot veterans of the Eternal War - have come, seen and conquered the English village of Stockbridge! Caught up in the mayhem, the Doctor pursues the Legion back through the great Dimension Duct to their place of origin - an alternative Earth where Rome never fell. But can he survive the horrors of the gladiatorial Hyp-Arena long enough to uncover the terrifying secret at the heart of the Galactic Roman Empire? 2. Doctor Who and the Star Beast adapted by Alan Barnes 1980 AD! In Yorkshire, the authorities have dismissed reports that an Unidentified Flying Object was seen plummeting towards the ground... moments before the explosion that destroyed the Blackcastle Steel Mills. After all, Blackcastle is the last place on Earth aliens would ever want to visit. Local teenagers Sharon and Fudge know better. 'Cos they've found an actual space alien hiding in the allotments. He's their alien. Their secret. And his name is... The Meep. He's not the only alien in Blackcastle, though. His pursuers, the terrible Wrarth Warriors, are on his trail, along with their unwitting accomplice: The Doctor. CAST: Doctor Who and the Iron Legion: Tom Baker (The Doctor), Brian Protheroe (General Ironicus / Milkman), Christine Kavanagh (Juno / Magog), Joseph Kloska (Morris/ Centurion), Toby Longworth (Vesuvius / Grubb / Overseer), Luke Franks (Adolphus Caesar), Alistair Lock (Babiyon), Steve Hansel (Doug / Barbarius / Alien Guard), Esther Hall (Viv / Commentator). Other parts played by members of the cast.
1791 and the Doctor and Rose get to meet one of the most enigmatic, thrilling and important people in history: The Chevalier d'Eon. She used to be known as a spy, but then she used to be known as a lot of things. If there's one thing the Doctor knows it's that identity is what you make it. Choose a life for yourself and be proud. Mind you, if the Consortium of the Obsidian Asp get their way, all lives may soon be over. David Tennant's return to the role of the hugely popular Tenth Doctor has been huge news both times it's happened for Big Finish - with news of his teaming up with Billie Piper making newspapers when it was announced. Billie Piper, famed British actor of stage and screen, and companion Rose Tyler, reprises the role for the first time since her departure in the tear-jerking Journey's End Doctor Who story on BBC1. Guest star Nickolas Grace is familiar to a legion of fans as the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham in cult TV classic Robin of Sherwood. CAST: David Tennant (The Doctor), Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Nickolas Grace (Chevalier D'Eon), Mark Elstob (Joxer / Butler), Tam Williams (Christopher Dalliard), Lucy Briggs-Owen (Hempel / Dance / Duchess), James Joyce (Darcy / Groom).
A special run of prequels to Doctor Who: The War Doctor. The Eighth Doctor battles for survival in the early stages of the Time War. The Eighth Doctor battles for survival in the early stages of the Time War: 2.1 Lords of Terror by Jonathan Morris. When the Doctor takes Bliss to her home colony, they discover that the Time War has got there first. Bliss finds her world altered beyond recognition, and the population working to serve new masters. No dissent is allowed. The Daleks are coming. The planet must be ready to fight them. 2.2 Planet of the Ogrons by Guy Adams. Avoiding the Time War, the Doctor and Bliss are found by an old acquaintance: the latest incarnation of a criminal mastermind the Doctor knows of old. But unlike her predecessors, the Twelve has a handle on her previous selves' unruly minds. There is a mystery to solve involving the Doctor's TARDIS and its unusual occupant - and answers will be found on the Planet of the Ogrons. 2.3 In the Garden of Death by Guy Adams. In a prison camp like no other, the Most Dangerous Man in the Universe is held in isolation. The rest of the inmates have no memory of who they were or what they might have done.No memory even of their captors. Until the interrogations begin. 2.4 Jonah by Timothy X Atack. In the depths of an ocean world ravaged by the Time War, the weary survivors are pressed into service by Cardinal Ollistra.Something is hidden beneath the sea: the Twelve knows the truth, if only she could drag it from her jumbled mind. And when the Doctor becomes the captain of a submarine boat, all omens spell disaster. 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. Paul McGann's eighth Doctor has the unique distinction of being in both the Classic Doctor Who series (1963-1996) and the New Series (2006 onwards). He's reprised this romantic, adventuring Doctor for Big Finish across a variety of hugely popular adventures. Joining him as Companion Bliss is Rakhee Thakrar, known to a legion of EastEnders fans as Shabnam Masood. The Time War is the legendary combat between the Time Lords and their arch enemies the Daleks, an event so huge, so terrible, that only a fragment could be realised on television. These audio adventures bring the epic scale of the conflict to life as the two races battle and the universe burns in the cross-fire. Guest star Julia McKenzie is hugely regarded for her recent appearances as Miss Marple for ITV. Here she plays The Twelve, a Time Lord villain with a dozen personalities in her head... CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Rakhee Thakrar (Bliss), Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks), Jacqueline Pearce (Cardinal Ollistra), Julia McKenzie (The Twelve),Nikki Amuka -Bird (Tamasan), Amanda Root (Lendek), Rakie Ayola (Pollia / Lambda Epsilon), Guy Adams (Rendo), Simon Slater (Carvil / Shaler), Jon Culshaw (Doctor Ogron), Victor McGuire (Borton), Anya Chalotra (Ensign Murti), Tania Rodrigues (Chief Panath), Surinder Duhra (Executive Officer Omor).
All 14 second-series episodes of re-launched BBC television sci-fi classic, written chiefly by Russell T. Davies and starring David Tennant as the latest incarnation of the legendary Time Lord. In this series, the tenth Doctor, takes companion Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) to New Earth and struggles to overcome the effects of regeneration. In the opening Christmas episode London is deluged by Santa Claus impersonators and Christmas trees intent on malice. Mankind is threatened by a planetary invasion and there's only the Prime Minister to battle it out. Episodes are: 'The Christmas Invasion,' 'New Earth,' 'Tooth And Claw,' 'School Reunion,' 'The Girl In The Fireplace,' 'Rise Of The Cybermen,' 'TheAge of Steel,' 'The Idiot's Lantern,' 'The Impossible Planet,' 'The Satan Pit,' 'Love & Monsters,' 'Fear Her,' 'Army Of Ghosts' and 'Doomsday.'
Penguin Doctor Who: Time Lord Fairy Tales read by Tom Baker, Paul McGann, Joanna Page, Michelle Gomez, Adjoa Andoh, Ingrid Oliver, Anne Reid, Dan Starkey, Sophie Aldred, Rachael Stirling, Samuel Anderson, Nicholas Briggs, Pippa Bennett-Warner, Yasmin Paige & Andrew Brooke. A collection of dark and ancient fairy tales from the world of Doctor Who, these captivating stories include mysterious myths and legends about heroes and monsters of all kinds, from every corner of the universe. Originally told to young Time Lords at bedtime, these twisted tales are enchanting for Doctor Who fans of all ages.
The TARDIS arrives on Coldstar, a vast freezer satellite, packed with supplies to feed a colony world. But there are cracks in the ice, and something scuttles under the floors. Soon, Rose and the Doctor encounter robots, space pirates and... refuse collectors. As Coldstar's tunnels begin to melt, an even greater threat stirs within. An old enemy of the Doctor puts a plan into action - a plan for retribution. Nobody's vengeance is colder than an Ice Warrior's. David Tennant's return to the role of the hugely popular Tenth Doctor has been huge news both times it's happened for Big Finish - with news of his teaming up with Billie Piper making newspapers when it was announced. Billie Piper, famed British actor of stage and screen, and companion Rose Tyler, reprises the role for the first time since her departure in the tear-jerking Journey's End Doctor Who story on BBC1. Guest star Nicholas Briggs here provides the voices of iconic Doctor Who foe the Ice Warriors - a duty he's performed on TV too (as well as for the Daleks, Cybermen, and other creatures). CAST: David Tennant (The Doctor), Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Keziah Joseph (Lorna), Maureen Beattie(Brona Volta), Sean Biggerstaf (Callum Volta), Anthony Stuart-Hicks (Management / Bert) and Nicholas Briggs (Lord Hasskor / Commander Slaan).
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 at Christmas. 1.1 The Destination Wars by Matt Fitton. The TARDIS arrives in a gleaming utopia in the Space Year 2003. Has the Doctor truly brought Ian and Barbara home, to glimpse their future? The world owes much to its legendary Inventor, and Susan finds herself face to face with the great benefactor. But soon, the time travellers are in a world at war and the Doctor must confront his past. 1.2 The Great White Hurricane by Guy Adams. Rival gangs turn streets into battlegrounds, and the Doctor and his friends are caught in the crossfire. They find themselves separated, and lost in the cold. As the hunt for a fugitive turns ever more desperate, a blizzard descends. The snow keeps falling. And soon it will prove as deadly as any weapon. Jemma Powell (playing the Doctor's companion Barbara Wright) is currently starring in the BBC's The Last Post drama and James Dreyfus' portrayal of The Master is the earliest detailed meeting between the Doctor and his arch nemesis. 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), James Dreyfus (The Master), Raymond Coulthard (Robac / Servers / Dalmari), Sian Reeves (Tanna), Deli Segal (Reena), Jackson Milner (Patrick), Cory English (Daniel), Carolina Valdes(Rosalita), Ronan Summers (O'Connell), Christopher Naylor (Policeman / Man with Ladder / Gang Member / Henry).
All 13 episodes from the first series of the relaunched sci-fi adventure drama, written by Russell T. Davies and starring Christopher Eccleston as the legendary Time Lord. In this series, the Doctor meets new companion Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) while saving her from the living-plastic Nestene Consciousness, before taking her on adventures through time and space, where she meets Charles Dickens (Simon Callow), tries to save her father from dying when she was a child, and helps the Doctor and Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) battle the evil Daleks and save the world. The episodes are: 'Rose', 'The End of the World', 'The Unquiet Dead', 'Aliens of London', 'World War Three', 'Dalek', 'The Long Game', 'Father's Day', 'The Empty Child', 'The Doctor Dances', 'Boom Town', 'Bad Wolf' and 'The Parting of the Ways'.
November 23rd 1963 is a day that sets in motion a catastrophic chain of events which forces the first eight incarnations of the Doctor to fight for their very existence. As a mysterious chaos unfolds within the TARDIS, the barriers of time break apart...
All 14 episodes from the second series of the relaunched sci-fi adventure drama, starring David Tennant as the latest incarnation of the legendary Time Lord. In this series, the tenth Doctor takes companion Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) to New Earth and struggles to overcome the effects of regeneration. In the opening Christmas episode London is deluged by Santa Claus impersonators and Christmas trees intent on malice. Mankind is threatened by a planetary invasion and there's only the Prime Minister to battle it out. The episodes are: 'The Christmas Invasion', 'New Earth', 'Tooth and Claw', 'School Reunion', 'The Girl in the Fireplace', 'Rise of the Cybermen', 'The Age of Steel', 'The Idiot's Lantern', 'The Impossible Planet', 'The Satan Pit', 'Love and Monsters', 'Fear Her', 'Army of Ghosts' and 'Doomsday'.
They say lights have been seen in the skies over Swammcombe. They say this is the place to spot flying saucers. Allison Williams is not so convinced. But maybe Allison Williams is wrong. When she witnesses a UFO launch from the top of a hill is it signs of alien activity or something more sinister? Counter-Measures are looking into Open Band -the disciples of the so-called Swami of Swammcombe, Lord Cavall. They've been monitoring Cavall since noticing a curious rise in psychiatric cases among his followers.How true are Cavall's teachings? What happens during the elite `Visualisation' sessions? And what does this all have to do with the King under the hill? Counter-Measures is a Big Finish spin-off using characters from a hugely popular Doctor Who story, Remembrance of the Daleks. This full-cast audio production, featuring movie-quality sound editing and effects contains brand new adventures confronting conspiracy and alien threats to the world! CAST: Simon Williams (Group Captain Gilmore), Pamela Salem (Rachel Jensen), Karen Gledhill (Allison Williams), Hugh Ross (Sir Toby Kinsella), George Watkins (Bob), Jessica Regan (Patricia / Daisy), Kate Russell-Smith (Cook / Nurse), Tim Bentinck (Lord Cavall). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Katy Manning returns to the much-loved role of Josephine "Jo" Grant from the much loved 1970s Jon Pertwee Third Doctor era of television Doctor Who, teaming up with actor Tim Treloar who voices the Doctor. 4.1 The Rise of the New Humans by Guy Adams. When a man dies by falling from the top floor of a multi-storey car park, the Doctor and Jo wonder why it should be of interest to UNIT. Then they see the protuberances on the man's back... As he fell, he tried to grow wings. Looking into the man's past leads the Doctor and Jo to a remote private hospital where the staff aren't as helpful as they could be, and the Chief Administrator is unavailable to meet with them. Breaking into some restricted wards, the Doctor notes the presence of alien and futuristic technology. The whole thing bears the unmistakable hallmarks of one of his own people's interference, one of his old foes. Except not perhaps the one he might have imagined. The Monk is back. And this time his meddling may have gone too far. 4.2 The Tyrants of Logic by Marc Platt. he Doctor and Jo land on Port Anvil -a bleak, abandoned mining colony on the remote planet Burnt Salt. A huge armoured crate has recently arrived in the almost derelict Spacehub. No-one knows who it's for. No-one knows what it contains. Strange creatures lurk around the outskirts, and a rag-tag population of misfits inhabit what is left of the town: a saloon bar owner, a literal one-man band and a hunter of very unusual prey. If they want to survive the night, they're going to have to work together. Because the Cybermen want the contents of the crate. And they will stop at nothing to get hold of it. Director Nicholas Briggs is one of the Big Finish executive producers, and is also well known for his role on TV's Doctor Who voicing the Daleks and other monsters. This volume includes the return of two fan favourites - renegade Time Lord The Meddling Monk (played by comedian Rufus Hound) and the Cybermen: this is the first time the Cybermen have confronted the Doctor in a full-cast adventure, and has been long-awaited ever since the Third Doctor Adventures range was announced. Cast: Tim Treloar (The Doctor), Katy Manning (Jo Grant), Rufus Hound (The Monk), Mina Anwar (Dr Kurdi), Joe Sims (Chief Orderly / Wilde / Jumper), Clare Corbett (Harriet / Woman / Radio Technician), Silas Hawkins (Francis / Morgue Attendant / Patient / Orderly), Linda Marlowe (Gusta Pardo), Carolyn Pickles (Professor Marian Schaeffer), Ronan Summers (Hollisen Grier), Jeff Rawle (Chad Caramel), Deli Segal(Skippa) and Nicholas Briggs (The Cybermen).
The War Doctor and Cardinal Ollistra are stranded far from their Time Lord forces, with Daleks closing in, destroying all that stands between them. They must call on the help of new friends and old to fight their way back to the front lines. From the outer reaches of the galaxy, to the heart of Gallifrey itself, the Doctor finds casualties in every place the Time War has touched. Among them, a fighter, a travelling companion of the distant past, who remembers him quite differently. A warrior woman named Leela. 4.1 Pretty Lies by Guy Adams. Trapped and desperate, light years from their armies at the heart of the Time War, the War Doctor and Cardinal Ollistra discover that wherever they go, destruction follows. A war reporter named Schandel may provide the key to their escape, but it is often said that the first casualty of war is the truth. When the choice between grim reality and a hero's story means life or death, will the Doctor allow Schandel to print the legend? 4.2 The Lady of Obsidian by Andrew Smith. As a Dalek Strike Fleet heads to destroy another defenceless world, the Doctor seeks help from a shadowy guerrilla force.The Time War leaves many casualties in its wake, and inside the Obsidian Nebula the monstrous Unlived are held at bay only by the 'Lady' and her dwindling band of fighters. The War Doctor soon finds himself at the Lady's mercy, and two old friends face new revelations. 4.3 The Enigma Dimension by Nicholas Briggs. The Dalek Time Strategist has a new plan to ensure final victory in the Time War. As its forces gather for a huge assault on the enemy, ahead of the fleet something hovers above the planet of the Time Lords. And on Gallifrey itself, shadows move among the Cloisters. The Time Lords face a threat alien to their entire universe. To save their world, the War Doctor and his allies must enter the Enigma Dimension. Big Finish present John Hurt as The War Doctor, a character created for, and central to, Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary Special The Day of the Doctor, shown on TV and in cinemas in 2013. This release brings the New Series character of the War Doctor face-to-face with Leela, one of Tom Baker's companions from the 1970s golden era of Doctor Who - with actress Louise Jameson returning to the role.Casualties of War was directed by Nicholas Briggs - voice-artist for the Daleks and other terrifying monsters from the televised version of Doctor Who! CAST: John Hurt (The War Doctor), Louise Jameson (Leela), Jacqueline Pearce (Cardinal Ollistra), Joseph Kloska (Schandel), Julia Hills (Sera/Spokesperson), Mark Elstob (Editor/Old Man), Lizzie Roper (Rosata Laxter/High Minister), Chris Porter (Skaul/Freel), Alan David (Castellan Kanteer), Jane Slavin (Panopticon Guard Lintok), and Nicholas Briggs (Dalek Time Strategist/Daleks/Assault Team Leader).
Following directly on from Planet of the Daleks, the Doctor and Jo Grant are diverted from heading home to Earth and pitched into a new encounter with the Doctor's most feared foes. Katy Manning returns to the much-loved role of Josephine "Jo" Grant from the 1970s Jon Pertwee Third Doctor era of television Doctor Who, teaming up with actor Tim Treloar who voices the Doctor. Writer Nicholas Briggs is one of the Big Finish executive producers, and is also well known for his role on TV's Doctor Who voicing the Daleks and other monsters. The first volume of Third Doctor Adventures in late 2015 proved so popular that two further volumes were immediately greenlit, with volume two released in December 2016. CAST: Tim Treloar (The Doctor), Katy Manning (Jo Grant), George Watkins (Delralis), John Banks (Jickster), Amy Newton (Elaquon), Robin Weaver (Arianda), Iain Batchelor (Adam Rigg), Robert Hands (Major Hardy / Crewman), Richard Derrington (Commander Burton), Ian Conningham (Sinko / Ronson / Lieutenant), Jake Dudman (UNIT Radio Operator) and Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks).
The Doctor, a hero. The War Doctor - the version of him who turned his back on the name in order to do what had to be done. John Hurt returns as this enigmatic figure for a series set in Doctor Who's Time War...2.1 LEGION OF THE LOST by John Dorney. In a time of war, every means of victory must be explored. In the Time War, the unthinkable must be thought, and neither side can afford to be squeamish about their methods. When the destruction of an obscene weapon leads to the Time Lord once known as the Doctor uncovering a secret Gallifreyan initiative, he cannot believe what is being considered. Should victory be sought at any cost or are there worse possibilities than losing to the Daleks? 2.2 A THING OF GUILE by Phil Mulryne. The Daleks are developing a secret weapon on Asteroid Theta 12. It is imperative that their plans are uncovered. Cardinal Ollistra has her hands full studying the range of ancient and mysterious armaments the universe has to offer, but she makes it a personal mission to investigate the Dalek project. On this dangerous assignment, there is one particular Time Lord she wants at her side - and he will be accompanying her whether he wants to or not. 2.3 THE NEVERWHEN by Matt Fitton. On an isolated world ravaged by battle, time itself has become a weapon, laying waste to all who live and die there. Arms and technology are in a state of flux - and it seems that everlasting war is their only option. The arrival of one battered Type Forty TARDIS inside this nightmare offers hope to the combatants trapped within. But when he discovers the truth, the horrors of the Neverwhen will shock even the War Doctor...Big Finish present John Hurt as The War Doctor, a character created for, and central to, Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary Special The Day of the Doctor, shown on TV and in cinemas in 2013. This release also stars a number of other cult television heroes: Jacqueline Pearce known for her role as Servalan in Blake's 7, Jaye Griffiths (Doctor Who, BUGS) and David Warner (Doctor Who, Star Trek, Time Bandits). Infernal Devices was directed by Nicholas Briggs - voice-artist for the Daleks and other terrifying monsters from the televised version of Doctor Who!C AST: John Hurt (The War Doctor), Jacqueline Pearce (Cardinal Ollistra), David Warner (Shadovar), Jamie Newall (Co-ordinator Jarad), Zoe Tapper (Collis), Robert Hands (Captain Solex), Oliver Dimsdale (Commander Trelon), Laura Harding (Navigator Valis), Barnaby Kay (Commander Thrakken), Jaye Griffiths (Daylin), Tim Bentinck (General Kallix), Tracy Wiles (Commander Barnac), and Nicholas Briggs as the Daleks.
The Doctor, a hero. The War Doctor - the version of him who turned his back on the name in order to do what had to be done. John Hurt returns as this enigmatic figure for a series set in Doctor Who's Time War...1.1 THE INNOCENT. As the Daleks mass their time fleet for a final assault on Gallifrey, something ancient is waiting for them at Omega One. And a sacrifice must be made. Arch-manipulator and Time Lord strategist, Cardinal Ollistra receives shock news of the Doctor's death. Meanwhile, on the planet Keska, a parochial war has returned to plague a peaceful civilisation after decades of tranquillity. But how can such a war have any connection with the great Time War which, at any one moment in the whole of eternity, could threaten to tear the universe apart? If only the Doctor were still alive. 1.2 THE THOUSAND WORLDS. With the high-ranking Time Lord Seratrix behind enemy lines, the War Doctor finds himself assigned to a rescue mission. But any room for manoeuvre is severely restricted by an area of space known as the Null Zone. Times have changed on Keska, and a countdown to destruction is beginning. But who are the Taalyens and what is their part in the great and terrifying Dalek plan? 1.3 THE HEART OF THE BATTLE. Trapped in a citadel swarming with Daleks, the Time Lord rescue force must find a way to overcome insurmountable odds. With the Daleks apparently planning to rule the Null Zone, perhaps their thirst for universal conquest and victory has been quenched...The War Doctor doesn't believe so - but how can he prove it without destroying any chance of peace? As the countdown to the destruction of Keska proceeds, a deadly choice must be made...A choice that will define this Doctor, and perhaps forever cast him in the role of 'monster'. Big Finish present John Hurt as The War Doctor, a character created for, and central to, Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary Special The Day of the Doctor, shown on TV and in cinemas in 2013. This release also stars two of cult television's leading women: Jacqueline Pearce known for her role as Servalan in Blake's 7, and Carolyn Seymour from Terry Nation's 1970s BBC hit Survivors. Only The Monstrous was written and directed by Nicholas Briggs - voice-artist for the Daleks and other terrifying monsters from the televised version of Doctor Who! CAST: John Hurt (The War Doctor), Jacqueline Pearce (Cardinal Ollistra), Lucy Briggs-Owen (The Nursemaid), Carolyn Seymour (The Slave). Beth Chalmers (Veklin), Alex Wyndham (Seratrix), Kieran Hodgson (Bennus), Barnaby Edwards (Arverton), Mark McDonnell (Traanus) John Banks (Garv) and Nicholas Briggs as The Daleks.
Four new battles for survival, from the world of Terry Nation's cult-classic series. The world has ended. The `Death' pandemic crossed continents, sparing only a fraction of the global population. The survivors are now trying to pick up the pieces and rebuild society - to create a new future. But with no cities, no laws, no technology, everyone must start over. And the worst of human nature has survived along with the best. Four new battles for survival, from the world of Terry Nation's cult-classic series; 7.1 Journey's End by Roland Moore, 7.2 Legacy by Simon Clark, 7.3 Old Friends by Matt Fitton and 7.4 Reconnection by Christopher Hatherall. Cast: Carolyn Seymour (Abby Grant), Ian McCulloch (Greg Preston), Lucy Fleming (Jenny), Louise Jameson (Jackie Burchall), Helen Goldwyn (Ruth Anderson), Zoe Tapper (Evelyn Piper), Katherine Rose Morley (Sonia Meadows), Brian Protheroe (Abraham / Gruff), Ewan Bailey (Garth Warren / PA Announcer), Harry Myers (Neville Trent), Susie Emmett (Sylvia Jeffries), Graham Seed (Barstow/ Soldier), Justin Avoth (Clock-Winder / Blair), John Banks (Daniel Connor), Alistair Mackenzie (Nick), Jamie Laird (Ewan). NOTE: Survivors contains adult material and is not suitable for younger listeners.
This range of two-part audio dramas stars Tom Baker reprising his most popular role as the Fourth Doctor (from 1974 - 1981) with a number of his original TV companions. This fifth series reunites the Doctor with Romana (Lalla Ward), a fellow Time Lord for adventures across Time and Space! A modulated frequency wave cancellation signal isn't something that the Doctor and Romana expect to detect in 1960s London. But then they don't expect to find Professor Lanchester, the man who invented it, lying unconscious. Or MI5 investigating. With the help of MI5 Agent Miller, Lanchester's daughter Jill, and his nephew a pirate radio DJ called Mark, the Doctor, Romana and K-9 investigate. They soon discover that there is more at risk than they imagined, and an alien invasion is about to begin. Can the Doctor identify and defeat the aliens in time? Will Romana manage to find a recombinant transducer before it's too late? And how will K-9 cope with his new job? The fifth series in a Big Finish range which is hugely popular with fans of the classic TV series Doctor Who. The pairing of the Doctor and Romana harks back to the most-watched period of Doctor Who, one that to a generation is the most loved and iconic and which broke the records for viewers of the show. Guest actor Karl Theobald is a familiar voice and face from such TV hits as Green Wing, Primeval and Twenty Twelve. CAST: Tom Baker (The Doctor), Lalla Ward (Romana), John Leeson (K9), Karl Theobald (Mark Lanchaster), Phil Mulryne (Barnaby Miller), Alix Wilton Regan (Jill), John Banks (Derek Fretus).
Big Finish travel back to Doctor Who of the 1970s, recreating the era for two all-new Third Doctor stories: Prisoners of the Lake (by Justin Richards). Captain Mike Yates is investigating the disappearance of artefacts from an archaeological site deep below Dunstanton Lake. It's hardly a job for UNIT. But when the team discover a mysterious ancient structure buried deep underwater, all that changes. When chief archaeologist Freda Mattingly ventures inside, she soon realises that her skills do not begin to equip her to deal with what she finds. As an ancient menace begins to stir the Doctor, Jo Grant and Mike Yates must dive down to the lake bed and discover the secrets hidden there. Secrets that could mean the end of all life on Earth...The Havoc of Empires (by Andy Lane). The Doctor and Jo take Mike Yates on his first trip in the TARDIS, but instead of the historical cricket match they were aiming for they end up on a futuristic space station in the middle of a diplomatic crisis that might escalate into galactic war. The alien leader of the Chalnoth Hegemony is marrying the human Director of the Teklarn Incorporation, but there are forces that will stop at nothing to disrupt the ceremony. The Doctor is accused of murder while explosions occur across the station, and only Jo Grant, pretending to be a security consultant, can save the day. But then, there's the Eels to consider...Katy Manning and Richard Franklin return to their original roles from the much loved 1970s Jon Pertwee era of television Doctor Who, teaming up with actor Tim Treloar who voices the Doctor. Writer Andy Lane is the novelist behind the popular series of The Young Sherlock Holmes novels and Justin Richards is the writer behind the literary series The Invisible Detective and The Time Runners. CAST: Tim Treloar (Narrator/The Doctor), Katy Manning(Jo Grant), Richard Franklin (Mike Yates), Caroline Seymour (Freda Mattingly), Robbie Stevens (Johnny Repford/Director Pennard), John Banks (Chief Dastron/Lieutenant Macintyre/UNIT Operative), Helen Goldwyn (May Zalrick/Harmony Station AI), Hywel Morgan (Regent Tharlar/Alex Filton), Lucy Briggs-Owen (Tina Andresson), Joanna Bacon (Lady Gurlen), George Layton (Louis Markell/Human Guard).
This range of two-part audio dramas stars Tom Baker reprising his most popular role as the Fourth Doctor (from 1974 - 1981) with a number of his original TV companions. This fourth series reunites the Doctor with savage warrior Leela (Louise Jameson) for adventures across Time and Space! The Doctor reveals to Leela that they're heading for the planet Telos. And K9 has new masters...On Telos, in the past, the Second Doctor and Jamie are exploring the 'tomb of the Cybermen'. Meanwhile, the Cyber-Controller and Cyber-Planner consolidate their plans. Spare parts from Krelos are being used to construct a mighty Cyber army. The Doctor must be captured. Out of control, the TARDIS tumbles down a chasm and the Doctor and Leela find themselves caught up in full-scale planetary invasion. The fourth series in a Big Finish range which is hugely popular with fans of the classic TV series Doctor Who. Frazer Hines and Bernard Holley reprise roles from 1967's Doctor Who story The Tomb of the Cybermen. As well as Doctor Who, Louise Jameson has been seen in Bergerac, Eastenders, and many other UK shows and has written one of the scripts in Big Finish's impending Survivors - Series 2. CAST: Tom Baker (The Doctor), Louise Jameson (Leela), John Leeson (K9), Frazer Hines (Jamie) Bernard Holley (Peter Haydon), Michael Cochrane (Geralk), Veronica Roberts (Relly), Nicholas Briggs (the Cybermen).
This range of two-part audio dramas stars Tom Baker reprising his most popular role as the Fourth Doctor (from 1974 -1981) with a number of his original TV companions. This fifth series reunites the Doctor with Romana (Lalla Ward), a fellow Time Lord for adventures across Time and Space! The TARDIS is going underground. When the Doctor and Romana find themselves buried beneath the surface of an alien world, they're soon swallowed up by a giant burrowing machine. This is where the inhabitants of this planet live - in huge, constantly moving, Drill-towns, chewing up the fuel and resources of the planet in order to survive. But something else lurks in the earth. Something that feeds on the Drill-towns. Something that is relentless and will not stop. The Silex are hunting. This pairing of the Doctor and companion Romana harks back to the most-watched period of Doctor Who, one that to a generation is the most loved and iconic and which broke the records for viewers of the show. Tom Baker's portrayal of the Fourth Doctor Who still tops popularity polls today.He was a special guest in 2013's 50th anniversary story Doctor Who - The Day of the Doctor and in 2016 was the subject of an extensive interview special read by the thousands of Doctor Who Magazine readers. CAST: Tom Baker (The Doctor), Lalla Ward (Romana) Matthew Cottle (Mr Maxwell Wilberforce Bell), Abigail McKern (Mrs Lucretia Bell), Robbie Stevens (Mr Jelicho Wigg/ Mr Wilfer Wagstaff), Jane Slavin (Miss Arabella Wagstaff/ Mrs Betsy Wagstaff), John Banks (Silex/ Mr Stoker).
Alien Heart by Stephen Cole. In the TARDIS, the Doctor and Nyssa stumble across a trail of ten destroyed worlds, all of them obliterated by means of some utterly monstrous but utterly unknown device. The planet Traxana would seem to be next in line to suffer the same fate. But when the TARDIS lands on an outpost on Traxana's moon, Nyssa is carried away by a tide of giant green arachnoids, leaving the Doctor behind. And the coming menace is closer than he thinks. Dalek Soul by Guy Adams. On the Dalek-occupied world of Mojox, a group of rebels is engaged in a futile fightback against the invaders - but at last they they've found an ally, in the form of the mysterious Doctor. Elsewhere, however, the Daleks' Chief Virologist is seeking to perfect a biological weapon to wipe out the Mojoxalli, once and for all. Her name...is Nyssa. 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. Alien Heart / Dalek Soul is one of three main 2017 Doctor Who titles consisting of two two-part stories, in a change from the usual four-parters.The Daleks are voiced by Big Finish executive producer Nicholas Briggs- who provides the voices for the metal monsters on television's Doctor Who. CAST: Peter Davison (The Doctor), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Eve Webster (Sonderal), Geoffrey Newland (Elthar), Alex Tregear (Theebe), Vineeta Rishi (Falex), and Nicholas Briggs (the voice of the Daleks).
All 13 episodes of the relaunched version of the BBC television sci-fi classic, written by Russell T. Davies and starring Christopher Eccleston as the legendary Time Lord. In this series, the Doctor meets new companion Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) while saving her from the living-plastic Nestene Consciousness, before taking her on adventures through time and space, where she meets Charles Dickens (Simon Callow), tries to save her father from dying when she was a child, and helps the Doctor and Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) battle the evil Daleks and save the world. Episodes are: 'Rose'; 'The End of the World'; 'The Unquiet Dead'; 'Aliens of London'; 'World War Three'; 'Dalek'; 'The Long Game'; 'Father's Day'; 'The Empty Child'; 'The Doctor Dances'; 'Boom Town'; 'Bad Wolf'; and 'The Parting of the Ways'.
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