Subscribers get more at bigfinish.com... Today sees the release of December’s main range Doctor Who tale Afterlife and that means subscribers also receive this year’s special bonus story, Trial of the Valeyard!
Doctor Who: Afterlife finds the Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Ace (Sophie Aldred) picking up the pieces in the aftermath of last year's epic Gods and Monsters. To say more would give too much away!
Meanwhile, in Trial of the Valeyard, the Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) is once again drawn to the space station from TV taleThe Trial of a Time Lord – but this time he’s not been dragged across space and time to stand trial. He’s there to help one of his most mysterious enemies: the Valeyard.
A three-hander drama also starring Michael Jayston as the Valeyard and Lynda Bellingham as The Inquisitor, it’s available now for subscribers or can be pre-ordered in time for its full release next December. To access the release, go to Afterlife in the My Account page, and you'll find it available as a downloadable extra.
For those who’ve not seized a chance to subscribe yet, this is what you get…
A twelve or six-month subscription to the main range means you pay less.
A 12-month CD subscription costs £140 (full price £179.88), which lowers the cost per release from £14.99 to £11.66: a 22% reduction!
A 12-month download subscription is £115 (full price £155.88). This lowers the cost from £12.99 to £9.58 per release: a 26% reduction!
Your subscription will also include:
• at least four subscriber special audiobook Doctor Who releases (Short Trips) a year.
• a free PDF of each production's script. These will appear in your account automatically, either in the month of the story’s release or at the end of a trilogy, depending on spoilers!
• extra behind-the-scenes audio material. This will appear in your account automatically after the monthly release.
• if the subscription includes a December release, you get a free subscriber special story (December 2013's subscriber special is Trial of the Valeyard, starring Colin Baker, Lynda Bellingham and Michael Jayston).
Subscribe today and get Trial of the Valeyard instantly!
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