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!
For the first time in thirty years, the Fifth Doctor’s original TARDIS team has come together to make brand new stories. Peter Davison, Sarah Sutton and Janet Fielding have played the roles of the Doctor, Nyssa and Tegan on audio for some years, but 2014 will finally mark Matthew Waterhouse’s return to the role of Adric, in two full-cast productions for Big Finish.
Just in case you missed any of them, last week saw the release of three of August's Big Finish titles: Doctor Who: Starlight Robbery, Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles: The Alchemists and Blake's 7 - The Liberator Chronicles: Volume 5.
It's the third month of The Listeners, an opportunity to discover (or revisit) a classic audio and discuss it with fellow fans as part of our audiobook club. This month it's the much-loved Doctor Who: The Chimes of Midnight by Robert Shearman.
In the spirit of the coming anniversary of 50 years of Doctor Who, Big Finish is PERMANENTLY reducing the price of the first 50 main range Doctor Who releases to £5 each for a CD and £2.99 for a download-only purchase.
Sil, the financially-astute slug-like creature from Thoros Beta, is returning to Doctor Who in January 2014 – in an audio adventure written by his creator Philip Martin. It’s the first story in a trilogy of adventures from Big Finish, which stars Colin Baker as the Doctor accompanied by Lisa Greenwood as Flip, his daredevil young companion from the East End.
This weekend's special offer - 'Doctor Who Dalek titles for a fiver' - has been extended... FOR ONE DAY ONLY. Executive Producer and Voice of the Daleks Nick Briggs has chosen his top Big Finish Dalek stories... Read on, or drop by Big Finish Bargains, to discover what they are...
Big Finish fans will doubtless recognise the name Alex Mallinson. Our expert pixel monkey with countless covers and layouts to his name, not to mention his Bernice Summerfield: Dead and Buried animation, has produced an animated short all his own - and he'd like the help of fellow Tweeters as he's entered it in the Virgin Media Shorts competition.
Try a scone with clotted cream and jam or a slice of lemon drizzle handmade by Charley Pollard! That's right, the voice of Masterchef has turned chef herself. India Fisher will be making a trial run of a cake stall this coming Saturday (27th July) at Maltby Street Market on Ropewalk, near London Bridge, and she'd love you to pop by and purchase something tasty.
Big Finish Productions is excited to unveil story details and Simon Holub's stunning artwork for the forthcoming sixth - and final - series of Gallifrey audio adventures starring Lalla Ward and Louise Jameson.
It's the second month of The Listeners, an opportunity to discover (or revisit) a classic audio and discuss it with fellow fans as part of our audiobook club. This month it's the start of Dalek Empire: Invasion of the Daleks.
At last we can reveal that Davros, creator of the Daleks, is coming back to the Doctor Who main range - in September! Terry Molloy will again voice the enduring villain in Daleks Among Us, Alan Barnes' four-part tale that concludes a trilogy of adventures for the Seventh Doctor, his assistant Klein, and her assistant Will Arrowsmith.
Starting today, we have a huge offer on books, including Mervyn Stone, Caustic Comedies, Bernice Summerfield and more! And if you order something in the offer, you'll be entered into a draw to win some additional fine works of fiction chosen by the great and good of Big Finish! See the full news story for details...
It's a bumper crop of release today as we release the three Doctor Who releases for June: Doctor Who: Prisoners of Fate, Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles: Council of War and Doctor Who: The Dalek Contract.
Nick Briggs and Benji Clifford present all the latest news and listeners' emails from the audio world of Big Finish. Is their guest star the new, unannounced Doctor Who... or just Doctor Who Magazine Deputy Editor Peter Ware?