There will be a special announcement about Big Finish's official Doctor Who 50th Anniversary, multi-Doctor story 'The Light at the End' later this week. By way of a prelude to that, we have a special teaser trailer for you.
Big Finish has just completed the studio sessions for Dark Eyes 2, the follow-up to last year’s blockbuster Eighth Doctor audio box set Dark Eyes. Naturally, Paul McGann is at the controls of the TARDIS, sporting his leather jacket, and is once again joined by Ruth Bradley (Primeval, Stardust, Grabbers) as Molly O’Sullivan. And this time, Liv Chenka (Nicola Walker) is along for the ride too!
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.
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.
Now available is Doctor Who: Night of the Whisper, the latest entry in the Destiny of the Doctor range. Entering the era of the new series, it finds the Ninth Doctor, Rose and Captain Jack seeking the elusive Whisper in New Vegas, and stars our very own Nicholas Briggs!
Toby Hadoke's getting close to achieving his goal of interviewing someone to do with every TV Doctor Who story in the show's 50 years. But with only a handful left, can he find someone to talk about each?