September 2014 sees the release of Doctor Who: The Early Adventures, a series of four-episode audio stories that combine narration and full cast production to tell brand new stories from the show’s formative years.
Now out is the sixth series of adventures for those Victorian villain-hunters Jago & Litefoot! As first seen on TV in Doctor Who's The Talons of Weng-Chiang alongside the Fourth Doctor, they now do battle with everything strange and unexplained...
Two more Doctor Who stories are available now to round out the week in what we're calling Maureen O'Brien Day! Latest Companion Chronicle Upstairs and the first of our final series of Lost Stories, The Dark Planet are out now.
We're pleased to announce that the upcoming vinyl edition of Doctor Who: The Light at the End will now also have a download version available as an extra on release. The Light at the End is, of course, our 50th anniversary story, featuring the first eight Doctors in a fight against the Master, and is schedule for release in November.
Now up on the website is the stylish cover for upcoming Doctor Who main range release 1963: The Assassination Games, starring Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred as the Doctor and Ace. You can also hear a trailer for that, upcoming Lost Story Lords of the Red Planet, and Companion Chronicle The Beginning on their respective product pages.
For the first time in thirty years, the Fifth Doctor’s original TARDIS team has come together to make brand new stories. Peter Davison, Sarah Sutton and Janet Fielding have played the roles of the Doctor, Nyssa and Tegan on audio for some years, but 2014 will finally mark Matthew Waterhouse’s return to the role of Adric, in two full-cast productions for Big Finish.
Just in case you missed any of them, last week saw the release of three of August's Big Finish titles: Doctor Who: Starlight Robbery, Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles: The Alchemists and Blake's 7 - The Liberator Chronicles: Volume 5.
It's the third month of The Listeners, an opportunity to discover (or revisit) a classic audio and discuss it with fellow fans as part of our audiobook club. This month it's the much-loved Doctor Who: The Chimes of Midnight by Robert Shearman.