Kate Stewart (Jemma Redgrave), and Osgood (Ingird Oliver) lead the UNIT team into battle against the Cybermen (Nicholas Briggs) when the Master (Derek Jacobi) unexpectedly arrives – but whose side is he on?
A secret network of alien tech collectors, a virtual reality programme with sinister origins and an enemy that will cross the divide between universes just to conquer more worlds. It’s UNIT at its gritty best…! UNIT and the Master have history. Having Kate and Osgood meet another incarnation of the nefarious Time Lord should provide some juicy material, especially with the hints that they form an uneasy alliance. Throw in a deadly Cyber army and this 5CD box set could be one of the strongest spin-off offerings of the year.
UNIT veterans Jemma Redgrave and Ingrid Oliver return to the roles of Kate Stewart and Petronella Osgood, joined by Collateral’s Vineeta Rishi as new recruit Shana Siddiqui and a familiar face in Pik-Sen Lim as former Captain, now Doctor Chin Lee.
A Wirrn egg threatens to infect the heart of UNIT, Kate and Osgood are divided when the survivors of a crashed spaceship pose a moral dilemma, and a mental fortitude training retreat on a remote island hides a decades-old secret from UNIT’s past… This 5CD set series features the return of iconic intelligent insects the Wirrn (originally seen in The Ark in Space) and another parasitic organism in the shape of the Keller Machine (from classic Third Doctor tale The Mind of Evil). There’s also a new recruit in UNIT’s ranks, and a new threat in the Kalvyri, a species with a unique relationship with sound. With stories that examine the terrible choices that come with working for UNIT and delve into the team’s darkest fears, this set brings a strong psychological element to the usual UNIT action.
The past and present collide when new-school UNIT team up with their 20th century counterparts, as Jemma Redgrave (Kate Stewart) and Ingrid Oliver (Petronella Osgood) are joined by Katy Manning (Jo Jones), John Levene (John Benton) and Richard Franklin (Mike Yates).
Beneath the surface, an ancient force is rising. The Silurians and Sea Devils are poised to take back their world. Revolution is coming… Featuring old friends and foes alike, this 5CD box set has all the oomph and excitement of a summer blockbuster!
The new-school UNIT team are back in full force for this 5CD box set, with Kate Stewart (Jemma Redgrave), Osgood (Ingrid Oliver) and Lieutenant Sam Bishop (Luther’s Warren Brown) leading the charge. Nick Briggs meanwhile adds another monster voice to his repertoire, portraying the Silence.
There is no proof of any hostile incursions of a species with the ability to wipe themselves from the minds of others. There is no evidence such a species may be behind the sudden rise of divisive politician Kenneth LeBlanc. There is nothing that poses a clear and present danger to planet Earth. Or so it seems… Big Finish flex their new series muscles in this UNIT vs Silence showdown over four feature-length dramas. With a storyline featuring a controversial political movement, this release feels entirely right for the age of Brexit. Prominent Big Finish authors Matt Fitton and John Dorney provide stellar material.
Kate Stewart and Osgood are back, played as usual by Jemma Redgrave and Ingrid Oliver. Also returning from previous UNIT adventures are Warren Brown (Luther) and James Joyce (The Musketeers).
A case of alien tech falling into the wrong hands quickly escalates to a pitched battle to defend all humankind… Having first made impact in 2015’s Extinction boxset, the UNIT series now spreads its wings. Writing duo Matt Fitton (Technophobia) and Andrew Smith (The First Sontarans) return for this 5CD set, devising a new threat to UNIT in the shape of the stealthy Tengobushi.
Led by Kate Stewart (Jemma Redgrave) and aided by Petronella Osgood (Ingrid Oliver), UNIT battles against the Daleks (Nicholas Briggs) and the Sontarans (Dan Starkey)!
Four new skirmishes for the UNIT team, as they encounter a lone Dalek in a Central American jungle, ghosts that seemingly stalk the UNIT team, a clone army bred for battle and another world where UNIT is a rather different organisation… While previous UNIT box sets have favoured overarcing villains and storylines, this 5CD release marks a change by taking a more anthology-like approach. With Daleks, Sontarans and the hint of the return of a particularly infernal parallel universe, this quartet of tales proves a winning combination.