Your cart is empty
Showing 1 - 18 of 18 matches in All departments
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.
A heartwarming historical novel set on the Homefront during World War Two. For fans of Kathryn Hughes. Land Girl Connie Carter thought she'd finally left her past behind once and for all when she married Henry Jameson, Helmstead's vicar and the love of her life. Headstrong Connie and mild-mannered Henry might be different as chalk and cheese, but she's determined to be the best wife she can be and prove the village gossips wrong! But Connie doesn't really believe that she belongs in Henry's genteel world of tea-drinking and jam-making, and the cracks are already starting to show. When Connie's heroism makes her front page news, her past comes back to haunt her in a terrifying way. A different kind of war has come to Helmstead, and soon it's a fight for both their marriage and their lives... Follow the lives and loves of the Land Girls in this moving saga from the creator and writer of the popular, award-winning BBC drama
A cosy historical mystery set during the Second World War 'I'll come for you, Iris. Mark my words!' When a murder rocks the quiet village of Helmstead, seventeen-year-old Land Girl, Iris Dawson, is determined to prove her friend and local gamekeeper Frank Tucker's innocence. But when she exposes Vernon Storey, the real murderer, her once happy life at Pasture Farm soon becomes a nightmare. Already running from the ghosts of her past back home in Northampton, Iris is now haunted by Vernon, who is out there somewhere and has promised to have his revenge. Iris has never forgiven herself for the tragedy that destroyed her family and how, as a child, she failed her mother, and now the new surrogate family she has at Pasture Farm is fracturing around her. No one believes she is in danger, or that those she loves could also be Vernon's targets in his bid to escape the law, so she must face this battle on her own. A battle that this time, Iris cannot afford to lose, culminating in a desperate race against time to save another innocent life, and to take back her own, once and for all.
When the TARDIS materialises north of Stalingrad in 1942, the Doctor, Jamie, Ben and Polly are captured by the Night Witches, an all-female unit of flyers tasked with disrupting the German forces nearing Moscow. They suspect that the travellers are spies - part of the Germans' Operation Barbarossa. Despite their pleas they are locked up while it is decided what to do with them.Polly, however, is receiving strange looks from the pilots and clearly unnerving them. When the TARDIS crew discover why this is, it becomes clear that they're about to get far more involved in the war than they could possibly have imagined. CAST: Anneke Wills (Polly Wright/Narrator), Frazer Hines (Jamie McCrimmon/The Doctor), Elliot Chapman (Ben Jackson), Anjella Mackintosh (Tatiana Kregki), Wanda Opalinska (Nadia Vasney), Kristina Buikaite (Lilya Grankin). 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. 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.
Counter-Measures is a Big Finish spin-off using characters from a hugely popular Doctor Who story, Remembrance of the Daleks in brand new adventures confronting conspiracy and alien threats to the world. This series contains four stories; 1. The Splintered Man by Roland Moore. When a Spanish scientist kills himself in an explosion at a secret test facility, Counter-Measures are called in to salvage anything they can from the wreckage. But someone else is stalking the scene - and they're determined that whatever is lost will stay lost. 2. The Ship of the Sleepwalkers by Christopher Hatherall. The Counter-Measures team wake on a luxury cruise, with no knowledge of how and when they got onboard. Who has brought them here, and why? 3. My Enemy's Enemy by Robert Khan and Tom Salinsky. Glamorous international arms dealer, Lady Suzanne Clare, has come to town and is offering herself into the hands of Counter-Measures. But can their former nemesis ever really be trusted? 4. Time of the Intelligence by Andy Frankham-Allen. A strange voice is interrupting TV broadcasts across the capital, and bear like creatures are raiding factories, stealing equipment and killing guards. An old enemy of London has returned. And there's only one team that can stop it. Counter-Measures is a Big Finish spin-off using characters from a hugely popular Doctor Who story, Remembrance of the Daleksin brand new adventures confronting conspiracy and alien threats to the world. The Counter-Measures series ended on a huge cliffhanger discussed on social media far and wide. A two-hour special release carried the story on, and introduced the new setting, with this the second series for our heroes now re-united in the 1970s. A full-cast audio production featuring movie-quality sound editing and effects, this release features popular Doctor Who foes the Great Intelligence and its robotic servants the Yeti, marking the 50th anniversary of their appearance on TV opposite Patrick Troughton's Second Doctor. CAST: Simon Williams (Group Captain Gilmore), Pamela Salem (Rachel Jensen), Karen Gledhill (Allison Williams), Hugh Ross (Sir Toby Kinsella), Tim Bentinck (Professor Edward Travers), Tam Williams (Doctor Javier Santos), Dan Starkey (Doctor Henry Cording), Beatriz Romilly (Mariana Lopez), Cory English (Ted Hunter), Caroline Harker (Dr Jayne Smythe), Carolyn Seymour (Lady Suzanne Clare), Leighton Pugh (Bernard/ Freddie), Lisa Diveney (Doctor Norma Vine), Tim Bentinck (Professor Edward Travers/ The Great Intelligence), Charlie Anson (Reece Goff/ Jacob).
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.
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. Bandit Train by Christopher Hatherall. Society is slowly rebuilding. Abby and Jenny are transporting supplies between settlements. Craig is learning how to run the steam engines on lines cleared by Greg Preston. But there are still those who just want to take. And their train is about to come under attack. Robert by Jane Slavin. Once, Robert Malcolm had a complicated life. His wife in an institution, his girlfriend running a struggling business, he was out of the army and without a place in the world. When the Death came, it meant many things to many people. For Robert, it meant freedom. The Lost Boys by Lisa McMullin.Peter Grant is alive. He is with Robert Malcolm's army of boy soldiers, learning to survive. Building a better future. But medic Ruth has her suspicions when she visits the camp. And Craig is about to find out what it takes to become a recruit.Village of Dust by Roland Moore. Abby, still desperate for the reunion she's been seeking for years, now knows that Peter is part of an army. Meanwhile, Jenny realises that someone is drawing plans against her budding Federation. A war is coming, and mother and son are on different sides. This revisit and continuation of the hit 1970s BBC series has been one of producer Big Finish's most critically-acclaimed works having been short-listed in nominations for both the 2015 and 2016 BBC Audio Drama Awards. This full-cast audio drama is brought to life with eerily engrossing sound design and a brand new, cinematic music score. NOTE: Survivors contains adult material and is not suitable for younger listeners. CAST: Carolyn Seymour (Abby), Lucy Fleming (Jenny Richards), Helen Goldwyn (Ruth), George Watkins (Craig), Wendy Craig (Elsie / Celia / Dr Portman), Joel James Davison (Peter Grant), Hywel Morgan (Robert Malcolm), Gyuri Sarossy (Derek Gibb), Richard Popple (Kilby), Homer Todiwala (Scotty / Soldier), Susie Emmett (Twig), Jane Slavin (Julia / Mrs Brock), Vikash Bhai (Jesus), Isla Carter (Cayla Kenny), Eddie Eyre(Seth Pilkington), Katherine Rose Morley (Sonia Meadows), Susan Hingley (Jiao Li).
It's the near future, and mankind has expanded its presence in space. Maintaining law and order among this network of space stations, satellites and moon outposts is the responsibility of the International Space Police Force, known colloquially as the Star Cops. Their leader is Commander Nathan Spring. It's been months since the last attack by Mother Earth, the activist group opposed to mankind's expansion into space. It's believed that the group is finished. But instead, Mother Earth is about to renew its campaign. This time with even more ferocity and violence. 2.1: Dead and Buried by Guy Adams. At Lunar Interments, the moon's graveyard for the wealthy, the caretaker has noticed something odd in the burial records. Odd enough for him to call in the Star Cops. Devis isn't happy at being assigned to what he thinks is a mundane case. Not when Nathan and Kenzy are off to investigate a burglary at the home of billionaire businessman Ben Alexander. A break-in where the burglar has finished up dead. But in the lunar resting place of the dead, Devis will find himself racing against the clock to save his life and hundreds of others. 2.2: The Killing Jar by John Dorney. The Charlie Chaplin is a second-hand space station operated as a space-tourism hub by entrepreneur Martin Thane. When Nathan receives reports that serious accidents and even a death have been caused by Thane flouting safety laws, he decides to investigate. An accident investigation soon becomes a murder enquiry. And as the Star Cops hunt for the killer, the station becomes a death trap threatening everyone on board. 2.3: Moonshine by Roland Moore. A friend of Kenzy's on the space station Coral Sea has been dismissed for possession of alcohol and sent back to Earth. She believes his claim that he was framed, and when she learns of his subsequent suicide she and Devis travel to Australia to investigate. A difficult enquiry is not helped when Kenzy's former fiance, a Police Superintendent, appears on the scene. On Moonbase, Nathan is expecting an official visit from a powerful dignitary. So it's not a good time for there to be a fatal incident that may be the work of Mother Earth. 2.4: Hostage by Andrew Smith. The Star Cops are under intense pressure in the face of continuing Mother Earth attacks. The very existence of the International Space Police Force is in jeopardy. Kenzy and Priya are responding to a murderous Mother Earth explosion at a moon outpost when one of the workers, Mary Ward, takes a hostage and makes demands, accusing others of trying to kill her. She appears to have snapped under pressure. As the crisis develops, dangerous secrets are revealed. Secrets that some will be prepared to kill for. And die for. Star Cops debuted on BBC2 in 1987, the brainchild of Doctor Who and Blake's 7 writer Chris Boucher, aimed as a police procedural set in the new frontier of commercialised space exploration. Several new characters have been created for these fresh Star Cops adventures, with Priya Basu played by Eastenders regular Rakhee Thakra. CAST: David Calder (Nathan Spring / Box), Trevor Cooper (Colin Devis), Linda Newton (Pal Kenzy), Rakhee Thakrar (Priya Basu), Philip Olivier (Paul Bailey), Nimmy March (Shayla Moss), Andrew Fettes (Mac Thirwell), Vikash Bhai (Ben Alexander), Amy Downham (Lyra Fox), Will Chitty (Martin Thane), Tor Clark (Rebecca Driscoll), Timothy Hofmeier (Phil Bovey / Vernon Hollis), Craig Armstrong (Barney Hillier / Theodore Gallow), William Gaminara (Godfrey Miller),Sarah Sutton (Mary Ward), Emily Carewe (Sally Newell). Please note: Star Cops features some mild swearing and content which may not be suitable for younger listeners.
Four adventures from the New Earth setting of TV's episodes The End of the World, New Earth and Gridlock. Five billion years in the future, after the end of the world in the year 5.5/apple/26: New Earth is the second hope of humankind. Post- Gridlock, Senator Hame is working to restore her home. The cities, forests and skies teem with strange and wonderful species. Some trace their ancestry back to Old Earth, others came later, but all have their own agendas, and their rivalries. Now an ancient, powerful force has New Earth in its sights, and everyone must work together to beat it. 1.1 Escape From New New York by Roy Gill. Devon Pryce has lived all his life in the high rises of New New York. A child of the Elevator Guild, he now receives a new calling - from a cat. Senator Hame is trying to rebuild society, to make it stronger for future generations, but there are those who would stand in her way. There is a new danger on New Earth, and Devon's work is only just beginning. 1.2 Death in the New Forest by Roland Moore. On his first mission for Senator Hame, Devon crosses continents to arrive in the New Forest and meet its people. Trees are dying of unnatural causes. Sapling Vale, a cutting of the noble Jabe of the Forest of Cheem, will help Devon investigate the threat to her people. So too will an alien, an old friend of New Earth... a time traveller known as the Doctor! 1.3 The Skies of New Earth by Paul Morris. Devon's work takes him into the skies of New Earth and the great floating city of New Caelum. Here, a new energy project is exploited by alien powers, and a terrible catastrophe looms. Helped once again by the Doctor, Devon calls on the Bird People of Nest City, as well as the great Solar Bears on their Ice Clouds to stop disaster. But can the people of the skies put aside their rivalries long enough to make a difference? 1.4 The Cats of New Cairo by Matt Fitton. Senator Hame is summoned to New Cairo by the spiritual leader of Catkind: the Most Exalted High Persian - a personage of great power and wisdom - to report on her investigations. Here, the camel-like Dromedans still worship Catkind, in the shadows of vast Octahedrons and temples of light. But Hame and Devon have uncovered a conspiracy that threatens the future of everyone on the planet. The battle for control of New Earth is about to begin. 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 release uses the Doctor Who - New Series setting of New Earth, the setting for three of the revived show's popular episodes, with the original actors back to reprise their roles. Guest star Derek Griffiths is the voice of childhood for generations of TV viewers from his charismatic appearances on Play School. Julian Rhind-Tutt will be familiar to fans of (amongst many, many TV shows) Green Wing, Black Books and The Hour. CAST: Adjoa Andoh (Sister Jara), Yasmin Bannerman (Sapling Vale), Anna Hope (Senator Hame), Kieran Hodgson (Devon Pryce), Matthew Jacobs-Morgan (Thorn), Dan Blaskey (The Lumen / Potious / Duke of Brooklyn), Toby Hadoke (The Lux / Oscar McLeod / Dobcheff / Steward / Birdman), Matt Wilkinson (Termiton Jusk), Derek Griffiths (Xylem Maple Dorm); Pippa Nixon (Termiton Uden / Flight Attendant), Nina Toussaint-White (Loba Christata), James Dreyfus (The Most Exalted High Persian); Julian Rhind-Tutt (Berkhoff), Suzy Bloom (Katya),Youssef Kerkour (T'Harr) and Louise Gold (President Grosseteste).
Resurrection Engines is an anthology of Steampunk and Alternate Timeline 'retellings' and 'reimagining's' of classic fiction tales (Edgar Allen Poe, Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythology, Moby Dick, Charles Dickens, Swift's Gulliver's Travels, etc) from some of today's finest Steampunk writers.
What if you'd committed a truly dreadful crime but couldn't remember? The Doctor takes Peri to the Memory Farm - a state of the art space station where hidden memories can be harvested and analysed. To their surprise, they find the station in lock-down and all its resources dedicated to probing the memories of an elderly man. Garius Moro may, or may not, have been responsible for the deaths of billions of people many years ago, but he simply can't remember. The assembled representatives of two opposing factions, each with their own agenda, anxiously wait for the truth to be unlocked from Moro's mind. But when a memory does eventually surface, everyone is surprised to learn that it is of Peri. CAST: Colin Baker (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri), Joseph Mydell (Garius Moro), Diane Keen (Varish), Charlotte Strevens (Naras), Caleb Frederick (Offram), Sean Connolly (Kennedy), Steven Wickham (Grisk / Venorg), John Green (Otwoe). Other parts played by members of the cast.
A special run of prequels to Doctor Who: The War Doctor. The Time War rages through space and time - two powerful enemies in a fight to the death. The Doctor keeps to the fringes of the conflict, helping where he can. He is not a warrior. Not yet. But this war takes no prisoners, and friends and enemies are drawing the Doctor ever closer to his destiny. 3.1 State of Bliss by Matt Fitton. Bliss has lost her home, her family, and her friends - an orphan of the Time War. The Doctor attempts to find out where things went wrong. Across a multiverse of possibilities, Bliss discovers the many paths her life could have taken - but do they always lead to the Time War? And if Bliss can save her past, will she destroy her future - and the Doctor's? 3.2 The Famished Lands by Lisa McMullin. Trying to make a difference far from the front lines, the Doctor and Bliss arrive in the Vale of Iptheus, where the Time War is starving populations out of existence. The inhabitants have taken matters into their own hands - but are now on course for something worse. Bliss discovers exactly how the robot Enablers are helping the people, while the Doctor uncovers a terrifying secret. 3.3 Fugitive in Time by Roland Moore Returning a favour for Major Tamasan, the Doctor and Bliss accompany her to extract a dangerous fugitive from an isolated medieval world. Shonnath is the last of her kind and has her reasons to be wary of Time Lords. What's more, the Daleks are also on her trail - and when the Doctor and friends arrive, the enemy is already closer than they think. 3.4 The War Valeyard by John Dorney. The Valeyard has returned to the universe amid the Time War - and the Time Lords see his potential to end the conflict for good. When the Doctor discovers that his twisted future self has been conscripted, he sets out with Bliss to find him, braving a planet ravaged by Daleks. But in a world where he can finally be a hero, will the Valeyard want to leave? CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Rakhee Thakrar (Bliss), Wendy Craig (Shonnath), Michael Jayston (The Valeyard), Anjli Mohindra (Calla), Nina Wadia (Deepa), John Scougall (Ryall/Sythes), Adele Anderson (Tamasan), Natalie Gumede (Aeronwen), Raj Ghatak (Zendo/Emory), Andrew Fettes (Aid Worker/Shopkeeper), Tracy Wiles (Digital Voice/Comms Message/Servant), Jamie Newall (Vashko), Jude Owuso (Dransino), Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks/Time Strategist), Michael Jayston (The Valeyard), Venice Van Someren (Nim). Other parts played by members of the cast.
It's the last Christmas of the war...but will things ever be the same again? Christmas 1944 Despite the food rationing and the bitterly cold weather, the land girls of Pasture Farm, Connie Carter, Joyce Fisher and Esther Reeves, are determined to celebrate this Christmas in style. The fighting might still be raging, but they all hope this could be the last Christmas of this dreaded war. But as the day approaches, word spreads in sleepy Helmstead that two German Airmen are on the run. With everyone on high alert, the mood is tense and the women take no chances. Until the German airmen find them... Trapped at Pasture Farm with the enemy, the women are determined to find a way to freedom and overpower the airmen. But it means risking everything... including their lives. Readers are LOVING Christmas on the Home Front... 'I loved loved this book. The author captures it in a way that you are a part of the story itself! Amazing! Read it in one sitting ' Carly, NetGalley Reviewer 'What an utterly FANTASTIC book. I was totally captivated and transported back in time, excellent plot and so well executed nothing was left out' Jeanie, NetGalley 'Loved this saga. Beautiful setting, characters and add in Christmas, a warm wonderful novel. Will be recommending this to all readers who want to escape the real world into this magical one' Abby, NetGalley 'A fantastic read with all the characters we love' Lisa, NetGalley
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. 9.1 The Farm by Jane Slavin, 9.2 Hearts and Minds by Christopher Hatherall 9.3 Fade Out by Roland Moore and 9.4 Conflict by Andrew Smith. CAST: Carolyn Seymour (Abby Grant), Lucy Fleming (Jenny Richards), Helen Goldwyn (Ruth Anderson), George Watkins (Craig), Isla Carter (Cayla Kenny), Richenda Carey (Meg Pritchard), Issy Van Randwyck (Beryl Howarth), Lizzie Stables (Victoria), Leighton Pugh (Frank/ Derek/Wilkins), Ashley Zhangazha (Andrew/Spencer Friend), Daniel Goode (Proctor/ Charlie/ John), Owen Aaronovitch (Robin Bunce/ Guy), Hywel Morgan (Robert Malcolm), Joel James Davison (Peter Grant), Mark Elstob (Roddy Lawson). Other parts played by members of the cast. NOTE: Survivors contains adult material and is not suitable for younger listeners.
After the Movellan attack, the New Counter Measures team discovers that key scientists who helped the Movellans are being murdered. Rachel Jensen realises that the Daleks are behind it. Soon the team finds themselves in the middle of a desperate war between Daleks and Movellans, As casualties mount, the Daleks plan to explode a bomb to wipe out the Movellans, Unfortunately it will also destroy all life on Earth.Rachel finds herself struggling to diffuse the bomb as the clock ticks down. The stakes are high and this time not everyone will make it out alive...Cast: Simon Williams (Group Captain Gilmore), Pamela Salem(RachelJensen), Karen Gledhill (Allison Williams), Hugh Ross (Sir Toby Kinsella), Carolyn Seymour (Lady Suzanne Clare), Cyril Nri (Maurice Vallan), Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks). Other parts played by members of the cast.
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? 2.1 The Robots of War by Roland Moore. A visit to an old flame goes badly wrong for Liv and Tula and soon they find themselves locked down in a military training base, surrounded by traitors and robots designed and built for war. As they attempt to get everyone out alive, is there a chance they've missed something important? 2.2 Toos and Poul by Andrew Smith. When a murder takes place in an isolated outpost, there's only one man who can look into the crime. Investigator Poul, newly reunited with his Sandminer colleague Toos. But can he over-come his fears and prejudices and solve the case? 2.3 Do No Harm by Sarah Grochala. After an incident in a laboratory leads to a tragedy, someone needs to be found accountable. And who better to be prosecuted than a robot? But when complicated ethical questions arise, the outcome of the trial becomes bigger than a single case. What if somebody else is working behind the scenes? CAST:Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka),Claire Rushbrook (Tula Chenka/SV22/SV104), David Collings (Ander Poul), Pamela Salem (Lish Toos), Tracy Wiles (Ren/SV66/Gat), Homer Todiwala(Rax Heron), Harley Viveash (Frenton Cal/V90), Silas Carson (Captain Garlon Rosh), Ian Conningham(V11/Kaden Olsen/Nomad), Satnam Bhogal (Jabel Tyrus/Prospector), Indra Ove (Tayna Vandermoy), Rachel Atkins (Zarda/V225), Kieran Bew (Lunk/V97). Other parts played by members of the cast.
You may like...
Bantex Lightweight Flat Landscape…
R8 Discovery Miles 80
Funko Pint Size Heroes: Guardians of The…Not available
Cluedo Big Bang Theory
R875 Discovery Miles 8 750
The LEGO Movie 2 - The Second Part 3D
Ultra Link Fabric Optical Wireless Mouse…
Joseph Joseph Index Mini (Graphite)
R618 Discovery Miles 6 180
Swiss Mobile Gear Gellihug Switch Shell…
R199 Discovery Miles 1 990
Nadine Gordimer Paperback (2)
Laneige Special Care Water Sleeping Mask…
R1,002 Discovery Miles 10 020