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Number Six is still trapped in `The Village'. Do those who run this place want simply to extract classified information or do they have a darker purpose? Number Six has to believe he will escape. And this time he begins to see a possible way out. But will the price of freedom be too high? 3.2 The Girl Who Was Death. Six finds himself free again, back in London. But how did he get here? An explosion rocks the city and Six must work out who he can trust. Will it be Control, Danvers, Number 43, Kate, Number Teo or Potter? 3.3 The Seltzman Connection. Potter and ZM-73 think that if they go back to the beginning of it all, they'll be able to solve the mystery of the Village. But can Professor Jacob Seltzman really provide all the answers? 3.4 No One Will Know. From London, to Kandersfeld to the Village... Will an end to it all ever be possible? CAST: Mark Elstob (Number Six), Alicia Ambrose-Bayly (Number 999), Jim Barclay (Control), Lucy Briggs-Owen (Kate Butterworth / Number Two) Richard Dixon (Professor Jacob Seltzman), Barnaby Edwards (Danvers / Shopkeeper / Marcus Gray / Herr Muller), Genevieve Gaunt (Number 43 / Anita), Jennifer Healy (Operations-Controller / Village Voice), Lorelei King (Number Two), Glen McCready (Potter / Sir Clifford Earl), Sarah Mowat (Janet). Other parts played by members of the cast.
This is the second of two new releases featuring Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor and contains two adventures; Thin Time by Dan Abnett. Hallowe'en, 1892. Celebrated novelist Charles Crookshap claims to have been receiving time communiques, promising secrets that could change the world forever. But when the TARDIS interrupts the household's evening, the Doctor realises he isn't the only alien interloper in London. Madquake by Guy Adams. Abandoned on the planet Callanna, Nyssa, Tegan and Marc take advantage of its therapeutic atmosphere to come to terms with recent events; but others seek to take advantage too. The Slitheen are on their way - and they're ready to sell this world to the highest bidder! CAST: Peter Davison (The Doctor), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Janet Fielding (Tegan Jovanka), George Watkins (Marc), Dona Croll (Bella), Raj Ghatak (Mison), Kate Isitt (Cott), Zaqi Ismail (John Hobshaw), Nicholas Khan (Stubbs), Luyanda Unati LewisNyawo (Mrs Polly), Wilf Scolding (Charles Crookshap), Harley Viveash (Grumma). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Separated from his companions, the Doctor attempts to find solace in the history of his favourite planet - Earth - but instead discovers new threats lying in wait. Travelling from twentieth-century East Berlin to sixteenth-century Strasbourg, the Doctor encounters creatures from other realities: monsters beneath the waves, and human beings determined to exploit their fellow man. But how long can he survive without a friend? In this release, Peter Davison returns as the Fifth Doctor, in the first of two new releases which pick up where 2019's Warzone/Conversion left off. This anthology release is compiled of four adventures which are loosely connected in that they see the Doctor travelling alone. CAST: Peter Davison (The Doctor), Laura Aikman (Mary Wade), Timothy Blore (Peter Meier/Lucas), Wayne Forester (Clement/Dr Richard Alley/Gerhardt), Kate Harbour (Agatha/Teuthis/Margareta). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Victorian London harbours many secrets: alien visitors, strange phenomena and unearthly powers. But a trio of investigators stands ready to delve into such mysteries - The Great Detective, Madame Vastra; her resourceful spouse, Jenny Flint; and their loyal valet, Strax. If an impossible puzzle needs solving, or a grave injustice needs righting, help can be found on Paternoster Row. But even heroes can never escape their past. The members of the Paternoster Gang made their first appearance in the 2011 episode of Doctor Who entitled A Good Man Goes to War. In these audio adventures, Neve Mcintosh, Catrin Steward and Dan Starkey all reprise their TV characters in three new adventures. 1. Merry Christmas, Mr Jago by Paul Morris. 2. The Ghost Writers by Roy Gill. 3. Rulers of Earth by Matt Fitton. CAST: Neve McIntosh (Madame Vastra), Catrin Stewart (Jenny Flint), Dan Starkey (Strax), Christopher Benjamin (Henry Gordon Jago).
Sitting in his castle like a spider in its web, Count Dracula is setting his plans in motion. Soon he will travel to England, there to cut a bloody swathe through polite society and pit himself against a dedicated crew of vampire-slayers. Yet before then there is much to be done. A certain artist must be brought to him and a certain portrait painted. An old tale must be told, drawn from the darkest recesses of Transylvanian history. And in faraway London an honest police detective must be corrupted and set to work in the service of the Count. The vampire king is making preparations. And his survival will be assured - no matter the cost. Inspired by a story by Bram Stoker, Dracula's Guests is a prequel to the original novel and the first in a three-part connected series from Big Finish Productions, continuing in Dracula (already released) and concluding with Dracula's War (releasing later in 2020). CAST: Mark Gatiss (Count Dracula), David Bamber (Jeremiah Hart), Ian Hallard (RM Renfield), Hannah Arterton (Sabine), Silas Carson (Evelyn Skinsale), Simon Ludders (Dr Emmanuel Cray), Atilla Akinci (Sunduk), Timothy Blore (Johann), Stephen Critchlow (Jackson Petrie), Ellie Darvill (Charity Hart), Glen McCready (Abraham Van Helsing), Murray Melvin (Clove), David Sibley (Herr Delbruck), Niky Wardley (Madeline), Fanos Xenofos (Nelu). Other parts played by members of the cast.
River Song finds many amusements away from the Doctor. Not least of them is solving impossible mysteries, cracking insoluble crimes. Sometimes she's Melody, sometimes she's River, but she'll always unravel the case. Episodes: 7.1 Colony of Strangers by James Goss. On the bleak Nordic colony of Bondar, bodies are washing up on the beach. The Mayor and the police are mystified. But then a prime suspect turns up. A suspect who might be their best hope of solving the case. 7.2 Abbey of Heretics by Lizbeth Myles. Outside the walls of a remote 12th Century Abbey, England is at war. Inside, a strange sickness runs rife, and there are rumours of a devil in the woods. Death stalks the novices. When Sister Melody arrives in search of a book, she may be their only salvation. 7.3 Barrister to the Stars by James Kettle. River stands accused of murder. Her one hope is being allowed to choose the legal system under which she'll be tried. Enter Roger Hodgkiss: curmudgeonly barrister, plucked from a 20th Century English courtroom. He may be out of his depth, but he'll always stand up for the underdog. 7.4 Carnival of Angels by Roy Gill. New York. 1930s. Melody Malone is new in town and her detective agency is called on to solve an impossible murder. River's investigations lead her to a curious carnival ride, offering trips to either Heaven or Hell. But with Angels in waiting, Heaven may not be the best choice... CAST: Alex Kingston (River Song), Timothy Blore (Luke Sullieman), Charles Armstrong (Karl), Annette Badland (Judge/Computer), Aurora Burghart (Sister Patrick), Annabelle Dowler (Integer/Contingent), Daniel Easton (Dean Cray), Jaye Griffiths (Sister Ursula), Clive Hayward (Emperor of Eternal Abundance/Duke of Ferrox/Last of the Unnatural Children/Marty Stone), Paul Heath (Thomas/System), Janet Henfrey (Sister Magdalene), Glen McCready (Robosurgeon/Creature/Tors/Tab Kowalski), Wanda Opalinska (Gudrun/Espen), David Rintoul (Hodgkiss), Issy Van Randwyck (Miss Quirke), Robert Whitelock (Stark/Professor). Other parts played by members of the cast.
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.
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.
Inspired by the works of Bram Stoker, Dracula's War is the last in a three-part connected series from Big Finish Productions, beginning with Dracula's Guests and continuing in Dracula. This release contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger viewers. London, 1917. England is caught in the grip of war. Every day the casualties grow in number. Every day the outlook appears more bleak. And every day the need increases to win this conflict at any cost. Now the most dreadful possibilities are considered which would not be thought of in peacetime. From a strange and secret nunnery to the library of the King, from a cell with an impossible occupant to the house of Mina Harker, a wicked plan is set in motion and a long-awaited revenge begins. For this age of death and battle, this world sunk deep in blood, shall seem - to Count Dracula -very much like home. This release contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners. Cast: Mark Gatiss (Count Dracula), Deirdre Mullins (Mina Harker), Silas Carson (Evelyn Skinsale), Moronke Akinola (Sister Angelique), Hannah Arterton (Sabine), Suzanne Bertish (Mother Superior), Timothy Blore (Arthur Neal), Lewis Cope (Paddy Dryden), Stephen Critchlow (Jackson Petrie), Sam Hallion (Quincey Harker), Simon Ludders (Dr Emmanuel Cray), Glen McCready (Abraham Van Helsing), Colin McFarlane (Owen Rutherford), Ronald Pickup (King George V), Susan Wokoma (Beatrice Fuller). Other parts played by members of the cast.
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).
It's `Haunted Makeovers!' The home improvement show with a spooky twist. The Noble family are hoping to cast out a few spirits along with the old bathroom suite. Presenter Justin joins Donna, Wilf, Sylvia and the Doctor for the latest edition of his reality TV series. Of course, Justin knows that any supernatural phenomena can be faked. Ghosts can't possibly be real. Can they..? CAST: David Tennant (The Doctor), Catherine Tate (Donna Noble), Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble), Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott), Joel Fry (Justin / Hidden Voice), Peter Singh (Jas). Other parts played by members of the cast.
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.
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.
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.
After the Apollo missions of the 1960s and early 1970s, space exploration was very nearly abandoned as public pressure mounted for money to be concentrated on problems down here on Earth. But, by a whisker, funding was granted for a base on the Moon. Greatly expanded, it became the international Moonbase Alpha we know today. 311 personnel serve in a perfect, self-sustaining, artificial environment their mission statement: `to forward thefrontiers of human knowledge and science'. Dateline: 13th September 1999. The interplanetary Meta Probe is due to be launched from a platform orbiting the Moon. What could possibly go wrong? CAST: Mark Bonnar (Commander John Koenig), Maria Teresa Creasey (Dr Helena Russell), Clive Hayward (Professor Victor Bergman),Timothy Bentinck (Commissioner Simmons), Susan Hingley (Sandra Benes/Alpha Computer/Sian Springer), Glen McCready (CommanderGorsky/Paul Morrow/Alan Carter), Amaka Okafor (Dashka Kano), Jules de Jongh (Petra Nordstrom). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Donna and the Doctor take a holiday in the beautiful underwater city of Vallarasee. Things have changed since the Doctor last swam through. Vallarasee is now enclosed in an airdome, with Judoon patrolling historic sites. Now, instead of tourists wearing breathing-helmets, native Fins are forced to adapt. But leaks are trickling into the dome. The Judoon must be persuaded that disaster is imminent, or thousands will be trapped, as the waters rise. CAST: David Tennant (The Doctor), Catherine Tate (Donna Noble), Nicholas Briggs (Judoon Captain /Clo / Judoon), Eleanor Crooks (Patricia Derbyshire), Rakie Ayola (Andrea), Christopher Naylor (Pickus), Robert Whitelock (Garth / Thispus). Other parts played by members of the cast.
London, 1952, and a deadly smog envelops the capital. But something even more dangerous - and alien - is hiding within the mists. When the Doctor and Donna get lost in the fog, they find a motley group of Londoners trying to make their way home. Very soon, the stakes are raised, as death creeps along fume-choked streets, and not everyone will make it out alive. CAST: David Tennant (The Doctor), Catherine Tate (Donna Noble), Lauren Cornelius (Ivy Clark), Theo Stevenson (Terry Hopkins), Kieran Bew (Richard Cooper), Stephen Critchlow (Malcolm Wishart), Helen Goldwyn (Alice Aiken / Fumifugium). Other parts played by members of the cast.
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 released 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 crossfire! In this release, the Eighth Doctor and Bliss are dragged into The Time War as the Daleks replenish their army, using Davros himself. 4.1 and 4.2 Palindrome by John Dorney. In an alternative universe, Davros lives in peace, until the Doctor and Bliss arrive, and the Daleks emerge in a new reality. 4.3 Dreadshade by Lisa McMullin.The Time Lords, including the General and the Twelve, adjust to life after the Time War, until the Doctor and Bliss return with a warning. 4.4 Restoration of the Daleks by Matt Fitton. The Dalek Time Strategist restores the Dalek armies to the universe, but wants to dispense with Davros. CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Rakhee Thakrar (Bliss), Terry Molloy (Davros), Adele Anderson (Major Tamasan), Isla Blair (Charn), Ken Bones (The General), Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks), Chris Jarman (Rasmus), Julia McKenzie (The Twelve), Suzanne Procter (Tubor/Deadshade), Jemima Rooper (Mithia). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Samuel Rogers began his diary just before his twenty-first birthday. He was a godly minister from godly stock - his grandfather, father and uncle were all part of the Puritan Movement - and his diary begins as Samuel finishes his education at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Samuel expresses his intense loneliness as chaplain to the unsatisfactory Dennys of Bishops Stortford, and his efforts to obtain comfort from the nearby godly community - including visits to Wethersfield, where his father was lecturer. His isolation eases, and his diary ends, shortly after he is appointed chaplain to the family of Lady Mary de Vere, whose contacts with prominent members of the godly he details in his pages. The diary's unrivalled view, from a day-to-day puritan perspective, of what the 1630s were like for a godly minister 'in the battlefield' makes it a valuable record. For Rogers, everything is of religious relevance: in addition to the social detail of the diary there is also a real and persuasive revelation of the spiritual meaning of Puritanism.
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 very special story which at last provides a heroic exit for Colin Baker's much-loved Time Lord. Four hour-long episodes, connected by the presence of the Valeyard, the entity that exists between the Doctor's twelfth and final incarnations. THE END OF THE LINE - The Doctor and his latest companion Constance investigate a commuter train that has lost its way...THE RED HOUSE - The Doctor and Charlotte Pollard arrive on a world that is populated by werewolves. STAGE FRIGHT - The Doctor and Flip visit Victorian London, where investigators Jago and Litefoot explore theatrical performances that have echoes of the Doctor's past lives...THE BRINK OF DEATH - The Doctor and Mel face the final confrontation with the Valeyard - and the Doctor must make the ultimate sacrifice. Denied a proper farewell from the Doctor Who TV show, Colin Baker here takes the role anew to show how the Sixth Doctor met his end...New companion Constance Clarke is played by Miranda Raison, a familiar face from British stage and screen including Spooks, Poirot, Merlin, Doctor Who and 24: Live Another Day...India Fisher (Charlie Pollard) is the narrator for BBC's popular Masterchef program. The four stories are from four different periods of the Sixth Doctor's life, each bringing back a popular companion and other friends of the Time Lord...CAST: Colin Baker (The Doctor), Miranda Raison (Constance Clarke), Anthony Howell (Tim Hope), India Fisher (Charlotte Pollard), Michael Jayston (The Valeyard), Lisa Greenwood (Flip), Christopher Benjamin (Henry Jago), Trevor Baxter (George Litefoot), Lisa Bowerman (Ellie Higson), Bonnie Langford (Melanie Bush).
Four stories set in the Twelfth Doctor era, narrated by Jacob Dudman. 1.1 The Charge of the Night Brigade by David Llewellyn. The Doctor finds himself in the Crimean War in 1855. There's a strange sickness stalking the streets of Balaklava and it's up to the Doctor and Mary Seacole to put a stop to it. 1.2 War Wounds by Mark Wright. When Danny Pink finds the TARDIS door open in a Coal Hill storeroom, he can't help wondering about Clara's double life and the truth about the Doctor. But he gets much more than he bargained for. Stuck amid an alien war, can Danny and the Doctor stop arguing long enough to make it out alive? 1.3 Distant Voices by Lizbeth Myles. Cameron is haunted by strange voices. As she gets on with her job conducting tours around Rochester Castle, she hopes that they'll just go away. Fortunately for Cameron, the Doctor has joined her tour. He hears the voices too, and he knows what they mean. Time itself is starting to fracture...1.4 Field Trip by Una McCormack. Osgood gets an offer she can't resist when the Doctor drops in - her first flight in the TARDIS! The Doctor is calling on Osgood's expertise to stop an invasion, but what begins as a fact-finding mission quickly becomes something far more dangerous. Osgood's intergalactic field trip is about to get very hands-on! CAST: Jacob Dudman (Narrator/The Doctor), Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Ingrid Oliver (Petronella Osgood). Other cast details to be announced
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. The Doctor isn't the only Time Lord River runs into on her travels up and down the timeline.The Master, in all of his - or her - guises, also has a chequered history with Professor Song. And whenever they meet, it's a close call as to who comes out on top...It's something River must get used to: there are three people in her marriage -at the very least! This series contains four stories; The Bekdel Test by Jonathan Morris. Back at the start of her imprisonment, Dr Song becomes a guinea pig for an innovative new security system. But it's her fellow prisoners she needs to be most wary of. Because it's early days for Missy, too. The Doctor is dead, and she is outraged that somebody else killed him first...Animal Instinct by Roy Gill. On a world where vicious beasts stalk ancient ruins, Professor Song teaches a student the finer points of archaeology. But then she meets an incarnation of the Master who is desperate to survive. And if they are going to escape this place alive, they all must work together. The Lifeboat and the Deathboat byEddie Robson. Stranded in the Vortex, a father and daughter do their best to survive, living on salvage in a ramshackle vessel. Elsewhere, an obsessive ship's captain hunts down a vengeful monster, whatever the cost. And River is caught between them, uncovering an old enemy in the most unexpected new guise. Concealed Weapon by Scott Handcock. A deep space exploration mission nears its end - when suddenly, the crew start to die. River must try to protect her colleagues and work out what else is on board their ship. Something is stalking them, and the deadliest Master of all has his own plans for River Song. CAST: Alex Kingston (River Song), Geoffrey Beevers (The Master), Eric Roberts (The Master), Derek Jacobi (The Master), Michelle Gomez (Missy). .
An anthology of four Christmas tales, this release continues the recent Doctor Who tradition of releasing a Christmas themed episode for the Christmas season. Blood on Santa's Claw. The Doctor and Peri land on the planet Naxios, where they discover the body of Father Christmas. Who killed him? The strange individuals dressed in Shakespearian costume or the talking animals wearing waistcoats digging in the tunnels? The Baby Awakes. The Doctor and Peri visit the Ishtar institute, where the term 'designer babies' takes on a new and sinister meaning. Will our heroes survive Christmas day? I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day. A Christmas party that's been going on for three years. Strange silver robots who guard the Christmas decorations with lethal force. What is the secret behind the festivities on Tate Galactic? Brightly Shone the Moon That Night. The TARDIS crew encounters a shameful secret of the Time Lords. History has been rewritten, and this time it's all the Doctor's fault. CAST: Colin Baker (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri Brown), Luke Allen-Gale (Joe Carnaby), Heather Bleasdale (Cordelia/Fecunda/President), Cliff Chapman (Iago/Kren/Paul), Steven Elder (Lord Lycaon/Rudolph), Louise Kempton (Selene), Dawn Murphy (Cordeline/Dorrit/Ratty), Roger Parrott (Balan/Toad), Becky Wright (Shreela/Jana/Pip/Mole/Witch/Janey). 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).
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