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.
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...
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.
We're pleased to announce that the upcoming vinyl edition of Doctor Who: The Light at the End will now also have a download version available as an extra on release. The Light at the End is, of course, our 50th anniversary story, featuring the first eight Doctors in a fight against the Master, and is schedule for release in November.
Big Finish has just completed the studio sessions for Dark Eyes 2, the follow-up to last year’s blockbuster Eighth Doctor audio box set Dark Eyes. Naturally, Paul McGann is at the controls of the TARDIS, sporting his leather jacket, and is once again joined by Ruth Bradley (Primeval, Stardust, Grabbers) as Molly O’Sullivan. And this time, Liv Chenka (Nicola Walker) is along for the ride too!
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Actor, comedian and TV aficionado Toby Hadoke is on an epic quest, talking to a rich variety of people involved in the first 52 years of Doctor Who on TV. Today he presents the latest free download and podcast: