An Iris Wildthyme adventure on a single CD, as performed by Katy Manning (Jo Grant/Iris Wildthyme).
Once, Jo Grant travelled in Space and Time with the Doctor. Now, she is travelling with trans-temporal adventuress Iris Wildthyme. Arriving in Los Angeles in the 1930s, Jo and Iris are caught up in the glamour of Hollywood. Monster movies are all the rage. But sometimes monsters are real…
Four Eighth Doctor Audio Adventures in a 5CD boxset, starring Paul McGann as the Doctor, Ruth Bradley as Molly, Nicola Walker as Liv, Alex Macqueen as the Master and Sean Carlsen as Narvin.
The Doctor and Master play a game of cat and mouse whilst the conflict between the Time Lords, the Eminence and the rest of the universe continues to grow. Alex Macqueen’s delightfully wicked Master is placed front and centre as the players mark out their territory, ready for the final battle in Dark Eyes 4…
This Second Doctor adventure on a double CD stars Frazer Hines as Jamie McCrimmon and the Doctor, Anneke Wills as Polly and Elliot Chapman as Ben Jackson.
The Doctor and company find themselves on an island in the Pacific during the Second World War, where one Private James Jackson happens to be stationed… A story focusing on Ben is something that could have never happened without someone to voice the character, and is exactly the sort of thing that justifies recasting the role, as Big Finish have here. The wartime setting is a canny choice, honing in on the fact that Ben and Polly are the first companions to exemplify the post-war generation, and may mean some uncomfortable home truths are headed for the Jackson clan.
Three War Doctor Audio Adventures in a 4CD boxset, starring John Hurt as the Doctor and Jacqueline Pearce as Cardinal Ollistra.
As the war between the Daleks and the Time Lords reaches a tipping point, the Doctor finds himself drawn to a much smaller conflict on the planet Keska… The Big Finish team scored a massive coup in securing John Hurt as the War Doctor, and this trio of wartime tales sees the reluctant warrior embark on the path that will, one day, lead him to steal The Moment and end the Time War once and for all…
A Sixth Doctor Audio Adventure on a double CD starring Colin Baker, with Miranda Raison as Constance and Lisa Greenwood as Flip.
Vienna in the aftermath of WWII is a hollow shell of its former self. When an alien conflict arrives in the city, both Constance and the Doctor will have to face some home truths… Big Finish regular Matt Fitton delivers a sequel to 2015’s Criss-Cross, tackling the story thread of Constance’s military husband, missing presumed lost. There’s a symmetry with the return appearance of the ‘lost’ companion Flip Jackson, who was last seen hurtling towards earth in the late 21st century – how she comes to be in Vienna more than a century in the past remains a mystery.
All the key players from The Pursuit of History return in this explosive finale, now joined by The Black Guardian (David Troughton)!
After being denied the Key to Time, the Black Guardian has tracked down the Doctor, and he’s not happy. With businessmen, Guardians and the Laan (vortex-dwelling whales from 2013’s The Sands of Life and War Against the Laan) all in play, this is a finale with all the bells and whistles, melding the established television continuity of the Fourth Doctor with some of the more memorable creations from his audio adventures.
A Bernice Summerfield audio adventure on a single CD starring Lisa Bowerman.
Eros, artificial moon of Venus, has a reputation for romance, but Professor Bernice Summerfield is just visiting for the money – specifically the secret royalties of her recently deceased partner, the famous ‘novelist’ Jason Kane. Jason entrusted control of the inheritance to Bernice’s rival in love and academia, acerbic alien rodent Professor Scoblow, and Bernice is prepared for a fight. Unfortunately for Bernice, the path of finance rarely runs smoothly and disgruntled hamsters are the least of her problems: Eros’s twin moon, the warlike Thanatos, is moving into alignment, Erosian society is in turmoil, war rockets are due for launch, and worst of all the banks are closed until further notice. And if that wasn’t bad enough, a force as inevitable as death is waiting to strike…
A First Doctor adventure on a single CD, as performed by Peter Purves (Steven).
Years after he gave up travelling in the TARDIS, Steven Taylor is the deposed king of a distant world. From the confines of his cell, he shares his story with a young girl called Sida. And one story in particular – a visit to a whole world at war, which will mark Steven for life…
This Second Doctor adventure on a double CD features Anneke Wills as Polly, Frazer Hines as Jamie McCrimmon and the Doctor, and the debut of Elliot Chapman as Ben Jackson.
In an underground city of an Earth colony outpost, something is going wrong with a new breed of servant robots. Visiting to pay respects to an old friend, the Doctor and his friends are about to discover that the consequences of a little data gathering may be deadly… The Yes Men takes a leaf out of the dystopian scenario presented in TV adventures like The Macra Terror, augmenting the base-under-siege format with a distinctive steampunk flavour. Elliot Chapman’s premiere turn as Ben should help make this a particularly intriguing release.
A Sixth Doctor Audio Adventure on a double CD starring Colin Baker, with Miranda Raison as Constance.
n archaeological expedition on the planet Teymah is searching for the last remnants of the ancient local civilisation, but it threatens to uncover something far more deadly… Veteran director and lifelong fan Jamie Anderson marks his first full-length Doctor Who script with this exciting escapade, with foolhardy explorers, ancient secrets buried in the sand and promise of a good role for Constance as she puts her cryptography skills to use.
The Doctor, Romana and K-9 run into old foes Cuthbert (David Warner) and Dorrick (Toby Hadoke).
For ruthless CEO Cuthbert, hijacking a train centuries in the past is just another day at the office… It’s the beginning of the end for this season of Fourth Doctor adventures. With the return of the unscrupulous Cuthbert following previous audio encounters with the Doctor and Romana that saw an attempted alliance with the Daleks, it looks to be an especially thrilling conclusion.
A Bernice Summerfield audio adventure on a single CD starring Lisa Bowerman, with David Warner as Mycroft Holmes.
Diverted to Victorian London by persons or powers unknown, 27th-century archaeologist, adventureress and inadvertent absent mother Bernice Summerfield finds herself beset with problems of a kind that those unused to time-travel could barely even imagine. What are the plans of the mysterious Lord Straxus? Who is Ludvig Cooray and what has the number seven to do with all this? Can Bernice acquire the help of Mycroft Holmes, the cleverest man of the age, and more importantly how is she going to get home?
A First Doctor adventure on a single CD, as performed by Maureen O’Brien (Vicki).
On a visit to early 20th Century Earth, Vicki receives a warning – if she leaves in the TARDIS, then she will die. Unable to join her friends, Vicki is given an audience by a psychic called Violet, who contacts voices beyond this mortal plain. And one of those voices is Vicki herself, who reveals what will happen at the ship’s next landing place – and what terrible fate awaits…
A Sixth Doctor Audio Adventure on a double CD starring Colin Baker, with Miranda Raison as Constance.
With its unusual monastic setting, featuring anachronistic technology, catacombs, Census officials and stained-glass Daleks, this script from Mike Tucker (The Warehouse) offers a fresh take on Skaro’s finest.
Tom Baker, Lalla Ward and John Leeson reunite as the Fourth Doctor, Romana and K-9. Joining them are John Challis (Doctor Who: The Seeds of Death) as Rosser and Ray Brooks (Daleks – Invasion Earth: 2150 AD) as a new incarnation of Drax!
Roguish Time Lord Drax has found a map to Altrazar, the legendary home of time’s lost treasures. Drax will go to any lengths to secure his riches, but there’s something that’s causing him trouble: his old school friend, the Doctor… Drax was one of the more charismatic characters from the Key to Time season, and his appearance in this Season 17-flavoured play scribed by the sharply funny John Dorney makes for a delightfully outlandish sci-fi farce.
A First Doctor adventure on a single CD, as performed by William Russell (Ian).
After travelling with the Doctor through time and space, Ian Chesterton is back in his own time. But the mystery of how he and Barbara Wright disappeared in the year 1963 has alerted the authorities – and both are suspected of being enemy agents in the Cold War. Ian protests his innocence. He has a story to tell about travelling through time and space. And one adventure in particular – a visit to the city of Hisk…
Peter Davison and Mark Strickson return as the Fifth Doctor and Turlough in this double CD anthology release.
This release assembles the works of Big Finish veterans Paul Magrs (The Peterloo Massacre) and Eddie Robson (Fanfare for the Common Men) alongside those of relative newcomer Ian Potter (The Alchemists) and Big Finish debutant Chris Chapman, each giving their own distinct take on one of the most intriguing and underexplored Doctor/Companion dynamics. The four one-episode tales see the TARDIS journey to an eerie European village, Iceland in the near future, a monster-ridden mountain, and a planet where being forgotten has deadly consequences.
It’s something of a reunion as Tom Baker and Lalla Ward are joined by Tom ‘Duggan’ Chadbon – here playing the new character of Embery. John Leeson also plays the dual roles of K-9 and computer-god Machina!
They say that peace will stop the war, but how can there be any winner on a planet at war with itself? But the planet Aoris isn’t an ordinary battlefield– the warring factions aren’t neighbouring nations or continents, but the populations of the past and future, with Doctor and Romana caught on opposing sides… The past at war with the future is a concept worthy of Douglas Adams and so well suited to writer Jonathan Morris’ sometimes funny, sometimes serious, often time-bending, always versatile style. Expect something with equals parts wit and grit from this miniature Time War.
A Bernice Summerfield audio adventure on a single CD starring Lisa Bowerman, with Stephen Fewell as Jason Kane.
A remarkable city once stood on a desert moon between six colony worlds: an entire city contained within a single vast tower. In honour of another great feat of architecture from an earlier age, the human pioneers who built the city christened it the EmpireState. The phrase ‘once stood’ would seem to imply that the city isn’t there any more, and until yesterday it wasn’t, having been destroyed almost a century ago. Yet now the EmpireState has reappeared as if the last century never happened, and the members of Bernice Summerfield’s expedition to the site have been scattered throughout the city. One member in particular proves difficult to track down, which is awkward as Bernice believes that she may hold the key to what’s happening at the EmpireState – and the means to save the Braxiatel Collection.
A Fourth Doctor adventure on a double CD, as performed by Lalla Ward (Romana) and introducing Juliet Landau (also Romana!).
The search for the final segment of the Key to Time takes the Doctor and the First Romana to Ancient Rome. The Time Lady is appalled when her companion prefers to watch the latest Plautus comedy rather than complete their mission, and is even less delighted to meet the playwright himself. But all is not what it seems, either onstage or behind the scenes… In the far, far future, the Second Romana is destined to have her own encounter with a legacy of Rome, but Stoyn has been waiting. And his actions will set Romana on a collision course with her own past. Quadrigger Stoyn wants his final revenge on the Doctor, and only Romana stands in his way. Both of her.