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It's Sixie in the spotlight this month! Colin Baker provides an overview of the latest trilogy of Sixth Doctor stories, and discusses playing multiple Doctors and his time in the I'm a Celebrity - Get Me Out of Here! jungle.
A welcome return for the Big Finish Classics range as we set sail on the Hispaniola with the man otherwise known as the Fourth Doctor, Tom Baker! He and adapter/director Barnaby Edwards discuss our new adaptation of the classic tale and relate their memories of previous versions.
Showtune-loving aliens disguised as puppets - it can only be the latest weird and wacky adventure for Katy Manning's Jo Grant! We talk to our plucky heroine about voicing The Scorchies and composers Richard Fox and Lauren Yason tell us how they created the catchy numbers the felt fiends sing...
Actor and comedian Toby Hadoke revels in his role as Mr Dorrick in The Fourth Doctor Adventures and lets us know what else he has up his sleeve - including his well-received podcast series Who's Round.
The infernal investigators are back for a fifth series - and some gentle, good-natured ribbing! Stars Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter talk about travelling in time, fighting fiends of the future and exactly what constitutes being an actor's actor.
Writer Kenny Smith reveals some of the hoops he had to jump through in order to deliver this vital tome, which goes in-depth to cover the untold stories of Big Finish's history.
As Jago & Litefoot go forward in time, we take a look back to where it all began: on the foggy streets of old Victorian London where there's a creak of danger in The Mahogany Murderers.
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As part of our 15 Days of Big Finish, celebrating 15 years of Doctor Who audio adventures, Nick Briggs, Sue Cowley and Ian Atkins are chatting to writer Rob Shearman.