Our upcoming series The Omega Factor is a tense and unsettling foray into the supernatural, in which Louise Jameson plays Dr Anne Reynolds, who is working for the investigation unit Department Seven.
The original TV series was broadcast in 1979, and starred Louise as Anne alongside the late James Hazedline as journalist Tom Crane, who discover the highly disturbing work of the sinister Drexel. The show was created by Jack Gerson, who also wrote the TV noveisation which Louise has read as a brand new six-disc audiobook.
The audiobook was originally planned for release in October, but has now moved forward to be a September release and will be available for sale at Big Finish Day 5 on September 13.
Anyone who placed a pre-order for the CD version before the release date will receive a copy signed by Louise herself - a very special limited edition collectors item!
The Omega Factor: the end of scientific knowledge. And beyond.
This is the remit of Department Seven, a secret government unit established to explore the paranormal. But can such supernatural powers ever be controlled?
Journalist Tom Crane is having nightmares. Researching a series on the occult for his Sunday newspaper, he disturbs dark forces that change his life forever. Beset by inexplicable and terrifying events, Crane becomes entangled with Dr Anne Reynolds and the affairs of Department Seven.
As occult powers range against him, he must unlock the potential of his own mind to survive.
Together, Tom Crane and Department Seven must confront… The Omega Factor.
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