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Experience the magic of Big Finish audios in a whole new way! This month we're introducing The Listeners, an opportunity to get to know a particular audio inside out and discuss it with fellow fans. Yes, it's an audiobook club! Eat your hearts out, Richard & Judy. This month: Doctor Who: The Sirens of Time.
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.
In celebration of Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary, acclaimed comedian, Sony Gold nominee and Who's Round mastermind Toby Hadoke is performing both of his Who-themed solo shows, Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf and My Stepson Stole My Sonic Screwdriver, in a West End double bill for one night only on Sunday, 17 November 2013 at 7pm.
In celebration of Doctor Who's 50th anniversary, acclaimed comedian and Sony Gold nominee Toby Hadoke performs both of his Who-themed solo shows in a West End double bill for one night only - and you can win a pair of tickets!
Win £250 of Big Finish digital products! Those of you at Big Finish Day 4 will know we've been planning to do a BIG survey. Well, it's here! We have 50 questions for you and the survey will take around 10-15 minutes. The answers are confidential and we will not be sharing the data with anyone. Please take part by following the link in the second part of this news story, and you could win £250 of digital Big Finish stuff of your choice!
In honour of the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, comedian Toby Hadoke tasked himself with acquiring anecdotes which would cover every single transmitted story of the programme. His efforts have been chronicled in our Who's Round podcasts, and the 50th edition features a very familiar voice: Russell T Davies, executive producer of the show when it returned to the air in 2005!
Fifteen years ago, we released Doctor Who: The Sirens of Time, starting a tradition of audio storytelling for the worlds of Doctor Who and beyond. But in 2001 we added another Doctor to our range as things developed in a number of ways. Read on for a perspective on that, and some more special offers...