We've always said that subscribers get more at bigfinish.com, and now available are two exciting new Doctor Who Short Trips stories, Methuselah and Tweaker, performed by the legendary John Banks! They're both free to download for Doctor Who main range subscribers and can be found alongside Doctor Who: 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men in subscribers' accounts.
Methuselah is a Fifth Doctor and Peri story by George Mann dealing with messages from the end of the universe arriving in tenth century Constantinople. Tweaker by Dan Abnett also features the Fifth Doctor, this time alongside Nyssa, in a tale about a dangerous record; both are taken from the now out of print Doctor Who: Short Trips anthology book Transmissions.
You can listen to both absolutely free, performed by brilliant Big Finish stalwart John Banks (whose credits are far too numerous to list here - try a search)! Just head to the My Account page, and main range subscribers will find them nestling to the right of Doctor Who: 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men. There will be four more Short Trips for main range subscribers coming up.
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