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!
Kate Stewart (Jemma Redgrave) and Petronella Osgood (Ingrid Oliver) lead the 21st century UNIT ensemble in this 5CD release as they come face to face with the formidable River Song (Alex Kingston).
Kate finds herself reluctantly meddling with the laws of life and death, Osgood investigates mysterious forces in the weather systems that could cause a global catastrophe, and the whole UNIT team are faced with a challenge when a wave of temporal anomalies follow in the wake of River Song… UNIT and The Diary of River Song are two of the most well established new series spinoffs in Big Finish’s playbook, so it’s about time they had a crossover! Jonathan Morris pens a creepy sequel to his lauded Sixth Doctor adventure Static, Lisa McMullin weaves a tale of an old Scottish woman who speaks to the wind and Guy Adams throws murders, Vikings and dinosaurs into his explosive double-length finale. With a temporary hiatus planned following this release, this clutch of adventures should leave a spectacular lasting impression.
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.