For those of you who haven't yet caught up with our brilliant new Bernice Summerfield box set, there's a brand new youtube teaser available now. Doctor Who: The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield is available in June...
It stars Lisa Bowerman as Bernice Summerfield, with Sylvester McCoy (Doctor number 7, from 1987-89) as the Doctor, Sophie Aldred (the Doctor's companion Ace 1987-89) as Ace and Nicholas Briggs (voice of the Daleks on the Doctor Who TV series from 2005-present) as the Daleks along with many other, brilliant guest actors.
There have already been two previous youtube trailers for the series, but the latest one went up today. Why not check them out on the the Big Finish youtube channel bigfinishprod.
Doctor Who: The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield is a new five-disc box set featuring the adventures of archaeologist Bernice Summerfield and her friends the Doctor and Ace!
The Revolution by Nev Fountain
On the planet of Arviem 2, Bernice Summerfield has a lot of problems. Pursued by robots, maniacs and miracles, she has another issue to contend with. The Doctor's come looking for her – and he's not feeling himself.
Good Night, Sweet Ladies by Una McCormack
Bernice has come to the Moon of Adolin on a desperate mission. Instead, she finds an abandoned labyrinth, two confused survivors, and something ancient that needs her help.
Random Ghosts by Guy Adams
Welcome to the Forbidden World. This world has a secret. The problem is that no-one can remember what it is. Time is broken here. Those trapped here must live the same day over and over – forming alliances, lying to each other, trying to escape. Welcome to the Forbidden World.
The Lights of Skaro by James Goss
Bernice Summerfield is on Skaro, and she's very much on her own. The Doctor can't get to her, not this time. All Benny can do is stay alive for as long as possible. And, in a city full of Daleks, that's not going to be very long.
It's ten years since Nick Briggs became co-executive producer of Big Finish Productions. His friends and colleagues celebrate this fact in a not entirely serious tribute.