An original audio drama starring Louise Jameson. A signed version of this release is also available for $15.
It’s the day of Princess Diana’s funeral. Danny Williams is a lifelong fan of sci-fi TV show Space Station 17, which has been running since the 1960s. His boyfriend, Paul, doesn’t know this. But Danny doesn’t know that Paul isn’t really called Paul, or that his mother, Yvette Dupont, star of Space Station 17, is about to move in…
An original audio drama starring Nigel Fairs, with Louise Jameson and Richard Franklin. Directed by Louise Jameson.
In 1949, John George Haigh, the infamous ‘Vampire killer’, was hanged for the murder of at least six people. Join him in the hangman’s cell as he tells you his story and invites you to relive the seduction, murder and disposal of three of his victims. Nigel Fairs, whose great-grandfather put the shackles on Haigh in Lewes Prison, plays the charming murderer, with Louise Jameson and Richard Franklin as two of his victims.
An original audio drama starring Louise Jameson. A signed version of this release is also available for $15.
Joanne Taylor – former TV Diva – is on the verge of her fifty-somethingth birthday, seriously single, ‘hot-flushing’ and about to make some drastic changes in her life. Pulling Faces is an acerbic, topical comedy about society’s obsession with youth, beauty and transformation. Note: Drama Showcase productions contain adult material and are not suitable for younger listeners.
Paul McGann (the Eighth Doctor), Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka), Hattie Morahan (Helen Sinclair) and Alex Kingston (“Melody Malone”) lead a gargantuan cast across four blockbuster adventures, including the return of Mark Bonnar (the Eleven), Emma Cunliffe (the Sonomancer) and Robert Bathurst (Padrac), along with the Doom Coalition debut of Rufus Hound (the Meddling Monk)!
Picking up from the shocking cliffhanger that ended the previous box set, the Doctor must start from nothing if there is any hope of averting genocide on a cosmic scale. Melody Malone may be the Doctor’s only hope, but she’s just been made a better offer… A lot of build up has gone into the Doom Coalition series, establishing a number of settings and characters to set the stage for this, the payoff. With three companions, a consortium of renegade Time Lords and the Weeping Angels all in play, this 5 CD box set has had everything and the kitchen sink thrown in to make a spectacular finale.
Paul McGann leads a stellar cast as the Eighth Doctor, joined by his TARDIS crew of Liv (Nicola Walker) and Helen (Hattie Morahan) along with his fiery future wife River Song (Alex Kingston) across four feature-length dramas.
A quiet retreat to the English countryside spirals out of control as a trans-temporal conspiracy threatens to pull reality apart. It’s a race against time through Earth’s past and present, but can the Doctor uncover the truth behind the Doom Coalition at last…? Having spent the first two boxsets setting up various elements, this third blockbuster instalment sees the large narrative cogs of Doom Coalition start to click into place. River’s return appearance makes for added tension as she and the younger Doctor continue their game of cat and mouse.
All of the Second Doctor’s TV companions take turns telling tales in this 4CD collection, with Jamie (Frazer Hines), Polly (Anneke Wills), Victoria (Deborah Watling) and Zoe (Wendy Padbury) joined by Big Finish’s take on Ben Jackson (Elliot Chapman).
An awesome foursome of tales for the Second Doctor and his friends, including a 1920s ghost story, a sci-fi mystery, an apocalyptic adventure and the staple of the era: the base under siege! This collection is based around pivotal moments during Jamie’s time with the Doctor – the focus on this Doctor’s most constant companion should make a fitting tribute to an era that began 50 years ago.
It’s back to the ‘60s for Maureen O’Brien (Vicki), Peter Purves (Steven) and Anneke Wills (Polly), along with Elliot Chapman (Ben), all of whom play a part in narrating this 4CD collection of First Doctor adventures.
The psychological style of the Companion Chronicle format is well deployed across this collection, which covers the devastation of the French Revolution, a visit to a land of dreams, a Guy Fawkes’ Night to remember and a precarious alliance with the Daleks. Steven’s adventure promises an examination of his relationship with the Daleks, whilst the back half of the set offers a rare glimpse into the First Doctor’s travels with Ben and Polly.
John Levene narrates this single-disc adventure for Sergeant Benton, featuring Sinead Keenan as Margery.
At the Doctor’s request, Sergeant Benton is investigating ghosts and missing people in Kettering, while undercover as a local councillor. That’s how he comes to meet Margery Phipps. An alien incursion in the town hall leads them on a journey to a terrible future – where Margery discovers how she changed a world, and the life of a whole civilisation hangs in the balance…
Four full-cast Audio Adventures in a 5CD boxset, starring Paul Darrow (Avon), Michael Keating (Vila), Jan Chappell (Cally), Steven Pacey (Tarrant) and Jacqueline Pearce (Servalan), and introducing Yasmin Bannerman (Dayna).
In the aftermath of the Galactic War, everything has changed for Blake’s former associates. Having lost their leader, they are forced to work with new allies – people they can’t trust. And that may just get all of them killed.
A full-cast audio adventure on a single CD, starring Paul Darrow (Avon), Michael Keating (Vila), Jan Chappell (Cally), Steven Pacey (Tarrant) and Tom Chadbon (Del Grant).
The search for Dayna has led the crew of the Liberator half way across the galaxy, but now Avon knows why she left them. He knows where she went. He knows what she was looking for. But can he find his missing crewmate before it is too late? The answers lie on a planet called Appallon Five – but so does danger and betrayal.
The sequel to The Skin of the Sleek, featuring Tom Baker as the Doctor, Lalla Ward as Romana and Johanna Tincey as Romana’s old friend Sartia.
The depths of Funderell hide many secrets. Ripples cross the surface of the ocean, caused by something unimaginably large lurking far below. It’s time for the Doctor to go hunting… The events of The Skin of the Sleek, and of this run of Fourth Doctor/Romana adventures, comes to a conclusion here with Marc Platt again on writing duties. Always a highly visual writer whatever medium he is working in, Platt should provide something suitably spectacular.
In the latest of her travels with the Doctor (Tom Baker), Romana (Lalla Ward) runs into her old friend, Sartia (Joannah Tincey).
The surface of the planet Funderell is covered by a gelatinous ocean – keep moving and you stay afloat, but stop and you sink. It seems hope may be lost when the Doctor and Romana lose the TARDIS to the ocean, but help may be at hand – in the most unusual of guises…! The Doctor has come across old friends many times, but this is the first time Romana has run into a figure from her past. But who is Sartia and what is she doing away from Gallifrey? Writer Marc Platt (Philip Hinchcliffe Presents) provides some interesting answers…
It’s back to Season 18 for Tom Baker (The Fourth Doctor) and Lalla Ward (Romana II), along with Camilla Power (Torchwood: From Out of the Rain), Chris Jarman (Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot) and Jane Slavin (incoming Fourth Doctor companion Ann Kelso).
An archaeological dig searching for Iron Age relics finds a product of alien technology. Beneath the soil, a Movellan warship is stirring, and one of the greatest threats to all humanity lies on board… Fresh from their cameo appearance in Series 10, the Movellans make an unexpected return here in a script from genuine Season 18 scribe Andrew Smith. Smith has past form putting a new spin on old monsters, including the Sontarans, the Voord and his own TV creations the Marshmen, so this adventure should expand on the silver dreadlocked robots in interesting ways.
On a planet where the entire population live in huge burrowing machines known as Drill-towns, the Fourth Doctor and Romana II find there may be something else lurking underground…
The ever-versatile Jonathan Morris (The Paradox Planet, The Cloisters of Terror) tackles Jules Verne-inspired steampunk, taking some cues from Journey to the Centre of the Earth and also introducing a new monster in the shape of the Silex. Equally adept at chills or whimsy, Morris delivers a cracker of a story.
The Fourth Doctor and Romana II land in the company of Simon Jones (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy) and Denise Black (Queer As Folk).
Investigating rumours of apparitions in a 1920s mansion, the Doctor encounters an all-too-convincing haunting… Inspired by the works of classic ghost story writer M.R. James, Big Finish up-and-comer Phil Mulryne has spun a spooky tale that puts the Doctor’s certainty in science to the test in appropriately Bidmeadian fashion.
Tom Baker’s Doctor and Lalla Ward’s Romana continue their Season 18-flavoured audio adventures, joined by Alistair Petrie (Rogue One), Sheila Ruskin (Doctor Who: The Keeper of Traken) and Brian Vernel (Doctor Who: Eaters of Light).
The Fourth Doctor range welcomes Big Finish newcomer Adrian Poynton, whose debut script promises a wonderfully bizarre mix of elements wrapped in that signature Season 18 grimness. Features a WW2 submarine that has drifted off course, a crew that has dwindled to just three men, and a chimp.
A Full Cast audio adventure on a single CD, starring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor, Mary Tamm as Romana I, Christopher Benjamin as Henry Gordon Jago and Trevor Baxter as Professor George Litefoot.
It is the dawn of a new century and a mysterious vigilante known is The Pugilist is on the loose – and Professor George Litefoot and Henry Gordon Jago are on the case. But what is the source of The Pugilist’s spectacular supernatural powers? Is he alone in his noble quest? And what is his connection to the spate of corpses discovered around London? As they descend further into a nefarious netherworld, the infernal investigators realise they’re going to need help if they’re to get out of this alive. The help of an old friend and his new assistant. The help… of the Doctor and Romana.
A Tenth Doctor Audio Adventure on a single CD starring David Tennant, with Catherine Tate as Donna and guest-starring Alice Krige.
Donna’s just met the love of her life. It’s a pity the Doctor had to crash her fairytale wedding… Writer James Goss has an ever-increasing list of stellar titles under his belt. His work is full of wit, heartbreak and brilliant characterisation – all of which make for a superlative Tenth Doctor adventure.
A Tenth Doctor Audio Adventure on a single CD starring David Tennant, with Catherine Tate as Donna and guest-starring Terry Molloy and Dan Starkey.
On the lawless spaceport of Calibris, an octopus-like gangster wants to get his tentacles on one of the most horrific weapons ever devised: the Time Reaver… Writer Jenny Colgan has already distinguished herself as a smart, distinctive voice in Doctor Who fiction, having previously penned adventures for both River Song and the Tenth Doctor. Her style meeting the dynamic performances of Tennant and Tate is electrifying.
A Tenth Doctor Audio Adventure on a single CD starring David Tennant, with Catherine Tate as Donna and guest-starring Rachael Stirling.
London, 2011. The London Technology Museum is having trouble with its exhibits, the streets are clogged with motorists unable to drive their cars and an alien species is playing havoc with The Tube. Just as well the Doctor and Donna are in town… With David Tennant and Catherine Tate back to perfectly recreate the immensely popular team of Series 4, this is absolutely essential listening.