In this 3CD set, Captain Jack (John Barrowman) dons the fabulous coat of the Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) and takes former newsreader Trinity Wells (Lachele Carl) for a spin.
A trio of untold tales starring the tenacious ex-Time Agent, with a haunting character piece set in the First World War, a contemporary thriller fuelled by the paranoia of news media, and a camp space opera that sees Jack assume control of the TARDIS…! Jack must be one of the most versatile characters in the Whoniverse, seemingly at home in almost any type of story. Having both contributed to the first volume of the series, writers James Goss (Wednesdays for Beginners) and Guy Adams (The Year After I Died) both have proven form for writing the character, and this set should show the vortex-hopping former conman at his dashing, tragic, cheeky best.
An epic 6-part audio adventure celebrating 20 years of Doctor Who at Big Finish,
charting the efforts of the Doctor and their friends to avert a catastrophe on a universal scale.
The Eighth Doctor, River Song and Benny come together on a world of ruins, the Seventh Doctor and Ace have a reunion with the Counter Measures team across two decades at once, the Third Doctor is flung forward into 21st century UNIT with Kate Stewart, Osgood and Jo Jones in attendance, the Fifth Doctor has a flash-forward encounter with his daughter Jenny, the Sixth Doctor and Charley find DI Menzies in a temporally fractured London, and finally, events in the Fourth Doctor’s past catch up with Romana and Leela in Gallifrey’s present! It’s the biggest crossover event in Doctor Who history, as scripted by the top tier of Big Finish’s writing talent: James Goss (The Last Post), John Dorney (The Assassination Games), Guy Adams (UNIT: Assembled), Matt Fitton (Technophobia) and Jonathan Morris (Protect and Survive) – and presented here as an 8CD numbered limited edition in a deluxe slipcover format!
A new spin-off sequel to the TV episodes The End of the World, New Earth and Gridlock, this 5CD box set stars Kieron Hodgson as lowly city-dweller Devon Pryce, Anna Hope as Senator (previously Novice) Hame, Yasmin Bannerman as Sapling Vale (a cutting from Jabe from The End of the World) and Adjoah Andoh as Sister Jara (the sibling of Jatt, from New Earth).
Four narrated adventures set in the far-future world of New Earth, home of new humans, cat-people, sentient trees and plenty of other weird and wonderful creatures! Senator Hame has a society to rebuild, and she’s going to need Devon’s help to do it, but soon the unlikely pair uncover a conspiracy that threatens the whole planet. New Earth needs a hero, and they might have just arrived in a Police Box… Made with the blessing of Russell T Davies himself, this series expands on the colourful and vibrant world of New Earth, mixing the political intrigue of the New New York senate with the urban grit of the slum-like Under City and the thrilling adventure of the forests, deserts and skies of the planet that so many species call home.
A Full Cast audio adventure on a single CD, starring Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor, Christopher Benjamin as Henry Gordon Jago and Trevor Baxter as Professor George Litefoot.
Roanoke Island, 1590. The Doctor’s companions, Professor Litefoot and Henry Gordon Jago, find themselves prisoners of the natives in the New World. But there’s something something strange here – stranger than even the colonists, led by Englishman John White. What are the ghostly children? And who is the Old Man of Croaton? The travellers are about to discover the secret of the lost colony… and it may cost Jago’s life.
This 2CD adventure stars Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann (The Doctor), Louise Jameson (Leela), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Nicola Bryant (Peri), Sophie Aldred (Ace), India Fisher (Charley Pollard) and Geoffrey Beevers (The Master), plus special guest stars!
November 23rd 1963 proves to be a significant day in the lives of all eight Doctors. It’s a day that sets in motion a catastrophic chain of events which forces them to fight for their very existence. As a mysterious, insidious chaos unfolds within the TARDIS, the barriers of time break apart… From suburban England through war-torn alien landscapes and into a deadly, artificial dimension, all these Doctors and their companions must struggle against the power of an unfathomable, alien technology. From the very beginning, it is clear that the Master is somehow involved. By the end, for the Doctors, there may only be darkness.
Two First Doctor audio adventures in a 5CD boxset, starring the cast of An Adventure in Space and Time – David Bradley as the First Doctor, Claudia Grant as Susan, Jemma Powell as Barbara and Jamie Glover as Ian. Also featuring a special guest performance from Carole Ann Ford – best known as the original Susan!
The travellers find themselves entangled in a historical dilemma of the ancient world in Marc Platt’s The Phoenecians, while Tick-Tock World by Guy Adams sees the travellers marooned in a sideways dimension outside space and time, watched over by a mysterious woman… The two four-part adventures in this set continue the great traditions of the early era of the programme, with a richly drawn historical followed by an imaginative science-fiction tale. Platt’s script should play to his strengths in world building and mythology, while the true nature of Carole Ann Ford’s character and her relationship to the TARDIS crew should add plenty of intrigue to the second half of the set.
Two First Doctor audio adventures in a 5CD boxset, starring the cast of An Adventure in Space and Time – David Bradley as the First Doctor, Claudia Grant as Susan, Jemma Powell as Barbara and Jamie Glover as Ian.
The first of two 4-part adventures in this set, The Invention of Death, takes the travellers to one of the most alien worlds they have ever encountered. Then, the TARDIS journeys on to isolationist 19th century Japan in The Barbarians and the Samurai… This series provides a great opportunity to update the traditions of early Doctor Who, with John Dorney taking the usual First Doctor ‘strange alien planet’ story and adding a shot of hard science fiction, while Andrew Smith’s historical revisits the early series’ interest in depicting non-Western cultures, now populated with a full cast of actors of non-Western descent.
The leading ladies of the Doctor Who universe take centre stage in this special 5CD release, with star turns from the likes of Louise Jameson (Leela), Alex Kingston (River Song), Jemma Redgrave (Kate Stewart), Ingrid Oliver (Petronella Osgood), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Lisa Bowerman (Bernice Summerfield), Neve McIntosh (Madame Vastra) and Catrin Stewart (Jenny Flint).
A quartet of female-led tales all set on the date of International Women’s Day: River and Leela team up to take down a despotic regime, Ace and Benny face a difficult situation when something terrible happens to the TARDIS, the Paternoster Gang puzzle over the mystery of a series of monstrous break-ins, and Kate Stewart and the Osgoods take an unusual line of enquiry when one of the UNIT team goes missing… This isn’t just lip service – with women occupying major roles in the cast and production crew, this is a full blown celebration of the contribution that women have made, and continue to make, to Doctor Who. Breaking in a new wave of female writing talent (many already working on further Big Finish projects), this set is just the start of Big Finish’s ongoing commitment to diverse creative talent. And if that’s not enough, the Paternoster Gang are reunited for the first time in half a decade!
The inimitable Michelle Gomez returns to the character of Missy in this 5CD boxset, with Rufus Hound as fellow renegade Time Lord, the Meddling Monk!
Four adventures following Missy’s evil escapades as she works towards the fruition of her fiendish master plan (or should that be missy plan?). There’s a Mary Poppins pastiche, a royal rivalry in Tudor times, a crime story with Missy on the side of the law and a finale where Missy’s devilish schemes could all go horribly right… Hot on the heels of her audio debut alongside River Song, Missy stars in her own series, exploring what she gets up to away from the Doctor’s guiding influence. Big Finish have brought in four of their finest writing talents – Roy Gill (UNIT: Open The Box), John Dorney (Infamy of the Zaross), Nev Fountain (The Widow’s Assassin) and Jonathan Morris (The Auntie Matter) – to capture all the mischief, mayhem and malevolence that comes with the character of Missy.
Michelle Ryan stars as Doctor Who’s answer to Lara Croft, Lady Christina de Souza, in this 5CD set. Amongst the guest cast are Jacqueline King as Sylvia Noble (Donna’s mum) and Christopher Ryan as Sontaran Grunt, while Warren Brown and Tracy Wiles make a crossover appearance as their UNIT characters.
Following her appearance in 2009’s Planet of the Dead and hot off the back of her recent turn in The Tenth Doctor Chronicles, this set sees Christina’s own series start with a bang, featuring a quartet of daring heists and thrilling adventures – including murder on the French Riviera, sinister skin products for the rich and famous, an international chase with intergalactic art thieves and a sect of Slitheen stalking Edinburgh Castle. The writing team, a mix of established and new Big Finish talent, have concocted a big brash riot of excitement, fun and adventure – drawing on everything from Ocean’s 8 to schlock horror, ‘70s disaster movies, classic Bond film Moonraker and even Fawlty Towers!
Georgia Tennant (nee Moffett) returns as Jenny, the progenated semi-clone offspring of the Tenth Doctor in this 5CD boxset. On her new journeys she picks up her own companion (Harry Potter’s Sean Biggerstaff) and faces the likes of amphibious arms dealer Garundel (Stuart Milligan) and new series favourites the Ood (Silas Carson).
Con jobs, revolutions, the depths of suburbia and strange goings on in space – it’s a big universe out there, and Jenny is ready to explore it… The creative team behind this new spinoff (led by Tenth Doctor Adventures writer Matt Fitton) have set out to make a series full of fun and excitement, making the best of Georgia’s own natural sense of humour. This 5CD set promises to take the naive youngster we saw in The Doctor’s Daughter and develop her into a witty, clever and charismatic adventurer – every inch her father’s daughter.