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The Doctor has returned Mags, formerly of the Psychic Circus, to her native world: Vulpana. Not the savage Vulpana that Mags was taken from, but Vulpana in an earlier era. The Golden Millennium - when the Four Great Wolf Packs, each devoted to one of the planet's four moons, oversaw the height of Vulpanan civilisation. A time when the noblest families of the Vulpanan aristocracy found themselves in need of new blood...A golden age, that's about to come to a violent end! CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Jessica Martin (Mags), Nimmy Marsh (Ulla), Peter Bankole (Issak), Irfan Shamji (Jaks), Sean Knopp (Tob), Beth Goddard (Barton).
The people of Gokroth live in fear of the monsters in the forest. Creatures with scales and fur, teeth and claws. But worse than these, perhaps, is the strange doctor who does unspeakable, unholy work in the high castle on the mountain. A doctor who's about to receive a visit from an off-worlder. Mags, formerly of the Psychic Circus. A native of the planet Vulpana... with a monstrous secret of her own. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Jessica Martin (Mags), Victoria Yeates (Dr Maleeva), Jeremy Hitchen (Varron), Abi Harris (Trella / Lizard-Monster), Dominic Vulliamy (Wilric), Andrew Fettes (Gor / Bear-Monster / Porrow). Other parts played by members of the cast.
On a distant research station, the Time Lords are playing with fire. But it isn't only mythological creatures from Time Lord legend that are coming back to life. Fighting for their lives against terrifying creatures from the folklore of many worlds, as well as escaping the clutches of more familiar foes, the Doctor, Liv and Helen find themselves making the most unlikely ally. This box set contains four adventures and will see companions current, former and yet to come working together to survive the latest scheme of The Nine. 3.1 Deeptime Frontier by Matt Fitton. Stranded on a desolate world by a dead TARDIS, the Doctor and his friends are trapped, surrounded by creatures from Time Lord nightmares - the Ravenous. Elsewhere, on the edge of the vortex, a Gallifreyan research station takes on board an extremely dangerous artefact. Are the Time Lords sowing the seeds of their own destruction? And if one Ravenous creature rattles the Doctor's nerves, what will happen when the whole clan is hunting him? 3.2 Companion Piece by John Dorney. When the evil Time Lord known as the Nine comes across a rare and valuable item floating in the space-time vortex, his acquisitive nature means he can't resist the urge to complete the set. Soon a wicked scheme is underway. Only the Doctor's friends - past, present and future - will be able to stop him. But without the Doctor around will even the combined skills of Liv, Helen, River Song, Bliss and Charley be enough to save the day? 3.3 L.E.G.E.N.D. by Matt Fitton. Over years of study and research, the Brothers Grimm built a compendium of folklore: stories of witches and wizards, magic and morality, strange creatures and treacherous forests. Professor Marathanga does much the same, on a universal scale. But her methods are rather less rigorous, using technological shortcuts to fill her intelligent database - L.E.G.E.N.D. When worlds collide, the TARDIS crew discover that fairy tales can become real. And the Doctor's latest companion is put to the test. Will the Eleven be an asset, or one more monster to defeat? 3.4 The Odds Against by John Dorney. The Doctor, Liv and Helen have landed near an abbey housing the gateway to the dimension in which the Ravenous were originally imprisoned. But their plans to enlist the inhabitants' help in defeating their pursuers are disrupted when they stumble over a dead body. Strange creatures roam the corridors and something monstrous may be awakening beneath their feet. CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Alex Kingston (River Song), India Fisher (Charlotte Pollard), Rakhee Thakrar (Bliss), Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Hattie Morahan (Helen Sinclair), John Heffernan (The Nine), Mark Bonnar (The Eleven), Damian Lynch (Rasmus), Tania Rodrigues (Visteron), George Asprey (Ravenous 1 / Glitch), Susie Emmett (Brallix / Ravenous 2, Dan Starkey (Original Brallix), Ajjaz Awad (Handmaiden), Tanya Moodie (Marathanga), Arthur Hughes (Wilhelm Grimm / Legend-M), Amaka Okafor (Agnes / Legend-F), Leighton Pugh (Jacob Grimm). Other parts played by members of the cast.
An epic four-hour adventure that takes River Song across space and time, seeking out the secret rulers of the universe. 1. THE BOUNDLESS SEA by Jenny T Colgan. River Song has had more than enough excitement for a while. Deciding the universe - and her husband - can look after themselves, she has immersed herself in early 20th century academia, absorbed in writing archaeological theses. But when a mysterious tomb is found in a dry, distant land, excitement comes looking for River. Can Professor Song stop any more members of the expedition from dying? What deadly secrets lie buried within the crypt? And will British Consul Bertie Potts prove to be a help, or a hindrance? 2. I WENT TO A MARVELLOUS PARTY by Justin Richards. River Song always enjoys a good party, even when she's not entirely sure where or when the party is taking place. But the party she ends up at is one where not everything - or indeed everyone - is what it seems...Being River, it doesn't take her too long to go exploring, and it doesn't take her too long to get into trouble. The sort of trouble that involves manipulating other civilisations, exploitation, and of course murder. River is confident she can find the killer. But can she identify them before anyone else - or quite possibly everyone else - gets killed? 3. SIGNS by James Goss. River Song is on the trail of the mysterious, planet-killing SporeShips. Nobody knows where they come from. Nobody knows why they are here. All they do know is that wherever the SporeShips appear, whole civilisations are reduced to mulch. But River has help. Her companion is a handsome time-travelling stranger, someone with specialist knowledge of the oddities and dangers the universe has to offer. For Mr Song has a connection to River's future, and he would never want his wife to face those perils alone. 4. THE RULERS OF THE UNIVERSE by Matt Fitton. As shocking secrets are exposed, and a grand plan for the universe is revealed, River decides it's time she took control of events once and for all. Out in deep space, a clandestine society faces off with an ancient and powerful alien force - but, for River, there's an added complication. The Eighth Doctor has been caught in the middle, and she must make sure her future husband can arrive at his own destiny with all his memories - not to mention his lives - intact. Long awaited by fans of Doctor Who both old and new, Big Finish are delighted to welcome Alex Kingston back to reprise her River Song character first seen in 2008 on TV.She was seen as the Doctor's wife in TV episode The Wedding of River Song, but her twisted timeline means she and the Doctor rarely see events from the same perspective! Aside from her iconic turn in Doctor Who, Alex Kingston's well known in both the UK and US for her regular roles in E.R., Arrow, Upstairs Downstairs, and The Knock. Guest actor Alexander Vlahos is best known to Big Finish listeners as Dorian Gray, and was recently on Broadway in Kenneth Branagh's production of Macbeth. CAST: Alex Kingston (River Song), Paul McGann (The Doctor), Alexander Vlahos (Bertie Potts), Alexander Siddig (Marcus Gifford), Imogen Stubbs (Isabella Clerkwell), Gbemisola Ikumelo (Prim), Charlotte Christie (Daphne Garsington), Alisdair Simpson (Colonel Lifford), Oliver Dimsdale (Archie Ferrers), John Banks (Professor Straiton), Letty Butler (Spritz), John Voce (Jenkins), Aaron Neil (Sanukuma Master) and Samuel West (Mr Song) .
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).
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).
The TARDIS lands in the capital city of a planet deep in the midst of an endless winter. The population are celebrating a new crop of candidates winning roles at the scientific research centre. Those who go there dedicate their lives to continued service and are rarely, if ever, seen again. Not everyone is happy to see them leave. As the Doctor, Steven and Vicki watch, the city leader -Majorian -invites onto the stage in front of the happy crowd their `friend who made all this possible'... and a Dalek appears.The people of this planet seem to be living in perfect harmony with the Doctor's old enemies. But the TARDIS crew know this cannot be true. So what's really going on? The Early Adventures are a range designed to tell stories in long gone Doctor Who eras, with narration from some of the actors there at the time. Here Maureen O'Brien and Peter Purves reprise their 1964 roles as the Doctor's assistants Vicky and Steven. Peter Purves-known and loved by a generation as one of the definitive Blue Peter presenters, not only recreates his companion role, but gives a careful, fond impersonation of First Doctor actor William Hartnell. This 2018 run of four Early Adventures tales creates a self-contained story arc with the Doctor, Vicky and Steven confronting enemies old and new. ? CAST: Maureen O'Brien (Vicki), Peter Purves (Steven Taylor/ The Doctor), Shvorne Marks (Amala Vost), Robert Daws (Gaius Majorian), Sara Powell (Jacklyn Karna), Matthew Jacobs-Morgan (Kenrik Vost) and Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks).
Threats to our planet come in many forms. Some are alien visitations, some lay dormant in the Earth itself, and occasionally, danger arrives with a big gun and fantastic hair. Whatever the threat, whoever the enemy, UNIT is ready to defend the world. 8.1 This Sleep of Death by Jonathan Morris. Abbey Marston. UNIT's dark secret. A place where the laws of space and time, life and death, can be suspended. Where remembering the departed has consequence. When UNIT faces a threat from a dead man, Kate has no choice but to return to Abbey Marston once more, to disturb the sleep of death. But the Static are waiting... 8.2 Tempest by Lisa McMullin. When the planet's weather systems start behaving strangely, Osgood is worried. Soon, she and Sam Bishop are heading to a remote Scottish island where an eccentric old woman speaks to the wind itself. Meanwhile, Kate Stewart visits a deep-sea oil-rig where strange things are afoot. A tempest is coming, and it could be disaster for the entire world. 8.3. & 8.4 The Power of River Song by Guy Adams. Part 1: UNIT has been assigned to monitor the switch-on of a revolutionary new power system - they know from experience such things can be tricky. Nearby, Osgood and Lieutenant Bishop investigate mysterious disappearances - and appearances of trans-temporal phenomena. Kate would like to ask the Director some questions, but she's proving strangely elusive... until there's a murder. Part 2: There's a dead body in the power station. River Song is the prime suspect. And Kate is most concerned by the identity of the victim. Meanwhile, Sam and Jacqui chase Vikings, while Osgood finds herself out of time. As deadly focus their attention on Earth, it seems activating the power of River Song could spell the end of everything... CAST: Jemma Redgrave (Kate Stewart), Ingrid Oliver (Osgood), Alex Kingston (River Song /The Director), Warren Brown (Lieutenant Sam Bishop), James Joyce (Josh Carter), Andrew French (Sergeant Warren Calder), Ajjaz Awad (Private Meghan Coates), Hywel Morgan (Jeff / Barney), Alexandra Mathie (Mother McCracken), Chris Jarman (Joel Sanders), Tracy Wiles (Jacqui McGee), Enzo Squillino Jnr (Mr Chant), Leighton Pugh (Leif / Wampeerix).
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).
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 BBCTV in 2013's celebratory An Adventure in Space and Time, with David Bradley then appearing as the Doctor in 2017's Peter Capaldi finale last Christmas.
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).
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. Aside from her iconic turn in Doctor Who, Alex Kingston's well known in both the UK and US for her regular roles in E.R., Arrow, Upstairs Downstairs, and The Knock. In series three, River seeks to save the fifth incarnation of her husband the Doctor (Peter Davison) from Madame Kovarian (Frances Barber) - who just because she's killed him once, doesn't mean to stop trying. 3.1 - The Lady in the Lake by Nev Fountain. On Terminus Prime, clients choose their own means of demise. Something exciting, meaningful, or heroic to end it all. But when River discovers that there are repeat customers, she knows something more is going on. She begins to uncover a cult with worrying abilities. Its members can apparently cheat death, and that's not all they have in common with River. 3.2 - A Requiem for the Doctor by Jac Rayner. River has joined the Doctor and his friend Brooke on their travels, and they stop off in 18th century Vienna. Brooke thinks history is dull. Until people start dying. Mozart's legacy is not just his music. River has more than one mystery to solve before a killer is let loose on the people of Vienna - and on the Doctor. 3.3 - My Dinner with Andrew by John Dorney. Welcome, Mesdames et Messieurs, to The Bumptious Gastropod. The most exclusive, most discreet dining experience outside the universe. For the restaurant exists beyond spacetime itself, and the usual rules of causality do not apply. Anything could happen.It is here that the Doctor has a date. With River Song. And with death. 3.4 - The Furies by Matt Fitton. Stories of the Furies abound across the cosmos: vengeful spirits hounding guilty souls to death. Madame Kovarian taught them to a child raised in fear, trained to kill, and placed inside a spacesuit. Kovarian knows the universe's greatest threat, the Doctor must be eliminated. An assassin was created for that purpose. But if Melody Pond has failed, Kovarian will simply have to try again. CAST: Alex Kingston (River Song), Frances Barber (Madame Kovarian), Peter Davison (The Doctor), Peter Davison (The Doctor), Ian Conningham (Kevin / Rindle), Julia Hills (Sharon / Rindle), David Seddon (Mr Quisling / Tarn 2), Leighton Pugh (Lake 2 / Dave / Tarn), Sophia Carr-Gomm (Lily), Joanna Horton (Brooke), Issy Van Randwyck (Giulia), Rosanna Miles (Antoinette / Maid / Constanze), Teddy Kempner (Viktor / Mozart / Stefan / Apothecary), Jonathan Coote (Maitre D' / Chef / Assassin), Nina Toussaint-White (Brooke 2), Francesca Zoutewelle (H-One /H-Two / Mission Captain), Pippa Bennett-Warner(O / The Deterrent).
Having reunited his companions, the Doctor decides to lift their spirits by treating each of them to a trip to their home world. On Kaldor Liv is confronted by a face from her past, and on Earth Helen must summon all her skill and knowledge to help save her friends from eternal damnation. But try as they might to stay out of danger, dark forces are emerging. Dark enough to strike fear into the hearts of a Time Lord. 2.1 Escape from Kaldor by Matt Fitton. Returning to a home world she'd rather forget, Liv reluctantly accompanies Helen to the grand opening of a luxury shopping mall. But when a glitch in the system sends the Robots of Death on a rampage, Liv's past comes crashing down about her. 2.2 Better Watch Out by John Dorney. The Doctor hopes to take Liv's mind off recent events by treating his companions to a traditional European Christmas. But not everybody is full of the spirit of Christmas when a wave of misery follows the Krampus as they run through the streets of Salzburg.2.3 Fairytale of Salzburg by John Dorney With the Doctor and most of the population condemned to hell, Liv and Helen race against time to discover the source of all this chaos, and to find the one man who can save the people of Salzburg from eternal damnation. 2.4 Seizure by Guy Adams. As if it wasn't enough to be trapped in the labyrinth of a dying TARDIS and pursued by a ghost, the team find themselves face to face once more with the Eleven. But the Doctor has bigger things to worry about when he discovers they're being hunted by the only creature to strike fear into the hearts of a Time Lord: The Ravenous. Big Finish's run of Eighth Doctor adventures star Paul McGann reprising his much loved portrayal of the Eighth incarnation of TV's Time Lord, and cover both single adventures and epic boxed set arcs! This new set kicked off with Series 1, including a return for one of the Doctor's most grisly foes: the Kandyman, while this set includes fan favourite the Robots of Death! CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Hattie Morahan (Helen Sinclair), Mark Bonnar (The Eleven), Claire Rushbrook (Tula Chenka / SV111 / SV23), Richard Popple( Kit Laver), David Rintoul (Galla Posca),Tracy Wiles(Hadway / Salma / V75),John Dorney (Sol / Security Guard / Comtech / V21 / V616), Jamie Newall (Shafranek),Carla Mendonca (Waltraud Raither / Imp 1), Kate Rawson (Inge / Imp 2),Ewan Goddard (Christophe / Krampus Runner), Robert Whitelock (Bruno / Vagabond / Priest), Sian Phillips (Pilgrim), Raad Rawi (Bishop) Kate Duchene(AntoniaWerner), Susan Hingley (Maria Werner), Pippa Haywood (Jaxa), George Asprey (Ravenous).
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.
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).
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.
A new full cast adventure for the Eighth Doctor! Following the events of the first two series of Doctor Who - Doom Coalition, the Eighth Doctor (Paul McCann) continues to battle the plans of the insane Eleven, a Time Lord with all his past regenerations living in his head. 3.1 Absent Friends by John Dorney. Earth. The late 20th century. Across the world, the mobile phone is gaining popularity as more and more people decide to join the digital age. But for the residents of a sleepy English town sitting in the shade of a new transmission mast, that ubiquity has a troubling cost. When the TARDIS veers off-course, the Doctor and his companions find themselves in the middle of a mystery. Sometimes the past comes back to haunt you. And sometimes the future does as well. 3.2 The Eighth Piece by Matt Fitton. 15th Century Prague: in the castle dungeons, a prisoner raves about the end of the world. Outside, Liv Chenka seeks out the workshop of a strange Clockmaker to see what he is creating. England, 1538: Lord Thomas Cromwell finds his duties interrupted by otherworldly forces - clockwork soldiers, an unusual nun, and a mysterious scholar calling himself 'the Doctor'.Perhaps the truth can be extracted in the torture chamber of London's Bloody Tower? Rome, 2016: Helen Sinclair has an appointment with an enigmatic Professor, whose greatest work is almost complete. Only the Eighth Piece is missing...3.3 The Doomsday Chronometer by Matt Fitton. While River Song takes Helen on an archaeological expedition like no other, the Doctor finds himself enlisted by an alien Queen to save her people. Trapped and alone, Liv stares death in the face as she meets the enemy who's been dogging the TARDIS travellers' footsteps throughout Earth's history. The Doomsday Chronometer has been protected for five centuries: secret cults and societies jealously guarding its mystery. But what is their real purpose? The Doctor is about to discover the truth...3.4. The Crucible of Souls by John Dorney. The date has been set. The trap has been sprung. A life has been taken and a maniac is on the loose. With the TARDIS crew separated and in terrible trouble, will today be the day the bad guys win? Doctor Who - Doom Coalition is a follow-up to Big Finish's Dark Eyes series - the first of which received the Best Online Drama at the 2014 BBC Drama Awards.British TV and Hollywood star Paul McGann returns to his hugely popular portrayal of the Doctor (as seen on BBC TV in 2013's Night of the Doctor). Hattie Morahan has now appeared opposite two British fictional greats - the Doctor here, and Sherlock Holmes in 2015's film Mr Holmes with Sir Ian McKellen. Nicola Walker was one of the longest serving actresses in BBC's Spooks series, and remains one of the most regarded of current British actresses. CAST: Paul McGann (The Doctor), Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Hattie Morahan (Helen Sinclair), Alex Kingston (River Song), Jeremy Clyde (George), Ian Puleston-Davies (Angus Selwyn), Richard Hope (Phillip Cook/Kal), Anna Acton (Kate Drury), John Shrapnel (Thomas Cromwell), Kasia Koleczek (Apolena), Glen McCready (Solvers/Abbot), Emma D'Inverno (Rosalia), Tim McMullan (Octavian), Janie Dee (Risolva), Robert Bathurst (Padrac), John Heffernan (The Imposter) and Nicholas Woodeson (The Clocksmith).
Michelle Gomez, who last played the Doctor's best friend and wicked enemy, Missy, in the Doctor Who television series in 2017, returns to her role in some brand new audio adventures from Big Finish Productions made in arrangements with BBC studios. 1.1 Spoonful of Mayhem by Roy Gill. In a spot of bother in Victorian London, Missy is forced to take on governess duties but she has another scheme in mind, and her charges are simply in the way. She's going to have to teach the children some rather harsh lessons about getting what you want. And there will be tears before bedtime. 1.2 Divorced, Beheaded, Regenerated by John Dorney. Missy arrives in Tudor England, throwing the plans of another renegade Time Lord into chaos.King Henry VIII is on the throne, and aliens are stomping through the countryside. Missy just wants to be Queen. And the Monk? Once he knows who else is on the scene, he'll be glad just to stay alive. 1.3 The Broken Clock by Nev Fountain. Tonight, on Dick Zodiac's America's Most Impossible Killers, Detective Joe Lynwood hunts the most impossible killer of his career. There's a trail of bodies. Impossible bodies. And Joe has one long night to solve the case. Luckily, D.I. Missy Masters from Scotland Yard in England, London, England is here to help. 1.4 The Belly of the Beast by Jonathan Morris. Missy's scheme nears completion. All she must do is subjugate one little planet and bend the inhabitants to her will. Not too much to ask. But slaves will keep rebelling. It's almost as if they don't want to unearth an ancient artefact to fulfil Missy's plans for universal domination.She'll have to do something about that. CAST: Michelle Gomez (Missy/Matis), Rufus Hound (The Monk), Oliver Clement (Oliver Davis), Bonnie Kingston (Lucy Davis), Simon Slater (Montague Davis / Moses Walker / Coachman), Dan Starkey (Mr. Cosmo / Park Keeper / Old Man / Sphinx), Beth Chalmers (Djinn / Housemaid), Maggie Service (Catherine Parr), Leighton Pugh (Sir Foxcroft / Gramoryan 1 / Priest), Graham Seed (Gramoryan 2 / Taverner / Squire), Kenneth Jay (Dick Zodiac), Guy Paul (Joe Lynwood), Ryan Forde Iosco (The Actor Playing Joe Lynwood), Daniel Goode (Mark /Roy), Rachel Verkuil (Frankie and The Actress Playing Missy), Abbie Andrew (Aleyna), John Scougall (Cort / Guards), Lucy Goldie (Sath / Mother), Jason Nwoga(Doctor Goodnight), Jamie Laird (Mister Bryce / Father). Other parts played by members of the cast.
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).
Four brand new stories featuring the First Doctor and his companions.Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles has proved one of Big Finish's most popular ranges, using some of the most loved actors in the show's history to bring classic periods to life. This boxed set collects four brand new stories, using companions from the 1963-66 period of the First Doctor (William Hartnell).THE SLEEPING BLOOD - When the Doctor falls ill, Susan is forced to leave the safety of the TARDIS behind. Exploring a disused research centre in search of medical supplies, she becomes embroiled in the deadly plans of a terrorist holding an entire world to ransom - and the soldier sent to stop him. THE UNWINDING WORLD - Office life is tough, the commute is a grind, nothing works quite as well as you'd like. Vicki seems to remember things being better once, before the little flat. It's time she put some excitement back in her life. It's just a shame the Doctor can't help. THE FOUNDING FATHERS - The TARDIS lands in Leicester Square in the summer of 1762. When the Doctor, Steven and Vicki find themselves locked out of the TARDIS, only one man can possibly help them. But the American, Benjamin Franklin, has problems of his own...THE LOCKED ROOM - Steven Taylor left the Doctor and the TARDIS to become king of an alien world. But it's now many years since he gave up the throne and went to live in a cell in the mountains, out of sight of his people. He's not escaping his past - quite the opposite, in fact. As his granddaughter, Sida, is about to discover...Four all-new audio dramas performed by two actors with specially composed music and cinematic sound design. Carole Ann Ford played the Doctor's grand-daughter Susan in the first ever Doctor Who story! Peter Perves not only brought one of the First Doctor's most-liked companions - Steven - to life, but to a generation was one of the faces of Blue Peter. CAST:Carole Ann Ford, Maureen O'Brien, Peter Purves, Alix Dunmore, Alice Haig, Darren Strange.
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).
In this four-hour saga, Winston relates a number of encounters with the Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Doctors in his memoirs, battling alien incursions, metamorphosing creatures...and a Dalek! 1.THE ONCOMING STORM by Phil Mulryne. Late 1939. Britain faces the might of Germany. Winston Churchill serves as First Lord of the Admiralty. But Churchill soon finds himself facing a more immediate threat than the looming Nazi menace. A 'Stone' with the most mysterious properties is discovered in the Thames' sands, and soon oddly spoken soldiers are creeping round London ruthlessly trying to acquire it. Who are they? Can Churchill and his new secretary Hetty Warner defeat them? And what about the man in the battered leather jacket that Hetty meets? Churchill feels sure they can rely on the Doctor to help them! Except that this Doctor seems to want to stay hidden in the shadows...2. HOUNDED by Alan Barnes. In the dark days of 1941, Britain is in the midst of war. Churchill must stand strong against the might of the enemy - but he is plagued by a darkness in his own psyche. Something he calls 'the Black Dog'. Can a visiting Swami hold the answer to his troubles? And can Hetty Warner prevent the Prime Minister's adversaries from taking advantage of the situation? Across London, the Tenth Doctor's arrival may be the nation's only hope - but the Time Lord's plan to help his friend is endangered when he finds himself declared a traitor by the agents of the country he has come to protect...3. LIVING HISTORY by Justin Richards. Finally given the chance to travel in the TARDIS, Winston Churchill cannot resist the opportunity of meeting Julius Caesar. But the trip does not go quite as planned. With the TARDIS gone, and Churchill stranded in ancient Britain with a young man he barely knows and who comes from the future, it seems things can hardly get any worse. Until he is captured by the invading Romans. Still, at least that means Churchill will meet Julius Caesar after all. But then Churchill learns of the Bronze God, feared and worshipped by the Ancient Britons. A god that he recognises as anything but divine when he meets it. 4. THE CHARTWELL METAMORPHOSIS by Ken Bentley. Comfortably retired to his home at Chartwell, Churchill plans to live out his days in peace, in the company of his butterflies - if his attendants would just leave him alone. But it isn't simply Lepidoptera breeding in the gardens, as a far more sinister species is about to emerge from its cocoon - and is ready to feast on something more than just the shrubberies. Surrounded on all sides, the former Prime Minister must put a life's worth of experience into action in order to win the day. Can his new nurse Lily Arwell offer her assistance? Winston Churchill first encountered the Doctor on TV in Victory of the Daleks, the two men clearly old friends who had shared past adventures - now Big Finish get to show those moments! Ian McNeice reprises his Churchill role from TV's Doctor Who, but he's also very familiar from roles in such shows as Doc Martin, Children of Dune, and Stay Lucky. Danny Horn and Holly Earl return to previous Doctor Who roles, that of Kazran Sardick and Lily Arwell from two highly rated Doctor Who Christmas specials. CAST: Ian McNeice (Winston Churchill), Danny Horn (Kazran Sardick), Holly Earl (Lily Arwell), Emily Atack (Hetty Warner), Michael Gould (Frederick Lindemann), Derek Riddell (Lt-Commander Sandy McNish), Phil Mulryne (Able Seaman Phillips), Jo Stone-Fewings (Major Wheatley), Amerjit Deu (The Swami), Stewart Scudamore (Danvers), Alistair Petrie (Julius Caesar), Laura Rogers (Queen Tristahna), John Banks (Mr Rogers) and Nicholas Briggs (The Dalek).
Times change...Romana is approaching her final term of office, and hopes to leave her world in a state of peace and harmony. Narvin is concerned about the implementation of a controversial Precog programme, one that seeks to predict the Time Lords future. Ace is an operative for the Celestial Intervention Agency, having learned the art of interference from one of the best...And somewhere, across the stars, an ancient force is stirring: one of the Time Lords' greatest heroes is returning to our universe. But he may also prove to be their greatest threat. When the history of Earth is threatened, and an ancient conspiracy reaches the heart of Time Lord government, can even Romana's closest allies truly be trusted? Time will tell...but by then, it may already be too late. The seventh series of Big Finish's hugely popular spin-off from the main Doctor Who range, set on the Doctor's homeworld Gallifrey. Juliet Landau played mad vampire Drusilla in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. Stephen Thorne reprises his 1973 TV role as Omega, one of the Doctor's most powerful villains, Sophie Aldred plays the Doctor's companion Ace, finally on Gallifrey as was initially intended for the character in 1989's Doctor Who...Cast: Juliet Landau (Romana), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Sean Carlsen (Narvin), Steven Thorne (Omega), Scott Arthur (Lukas), Gyles Brandreth (Rexx), Daniel Brocklebank (Tauras), Laura Doddington (Vale Endrogan), Rachel Atkins (Sol), Toby Longworth (Min), Andrew Pepper (Merkis).
The worlds of classic and new Doctor Who combine, as one of the favourite associates of the Eleventh and Twelfth Doctor - the Sontaran Strax - encounters Jago & Litefoot - the Victorian friends of the Fourth Doctor: Strax, the Sontaran butler to Victorian investigator Vastra and her wife Jenny, suffers a disorienting attack and mistakes the two Victorian investigators Jago & Litefoot for Jenny and Vastra and moves into Litefoot's home. Together, they are on the trail of a creature that is stealing brains, which may or may not be linked to a haunted house in London...This is a special release in Big Finish's incredibly popular audio spin-off series of two Doctor Who characters first encountered in hit story The Talons of Weng-Chiang in 1977. In a special arrangement with the BBC Jago & Litefoot are encountering the Sontaran Strax from the new Doctor Who series. Dan Starkey - the actor who plays Strax - was on the winning team of last year's Celebrity University Challenge! Actor Christopher Benjamin is a widely known face on British TV, appearing in everything from The Avengers to Inspector Morse, Poldark to Midsomer Murders and writer Justin Richards is the creator of The Invisible Detective series of children's novels.CAST: Christopher Benjamin (Henry Gordon Jago), Trevor Baxter (Professor George Litefoot), Dan Starkey (Strax), Lisa Bowerman (Ellie), Conrad Asquith (Inspector Quick), Stephen Critchlow (Marvo) and Carolyn Seymour (Mrs Multravers).
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