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Catch up on any news you might have missed from the last seven days of Big Finish...
This weekend you can enjoy savings on the first series of Pathfinder Legends - the epic Rise of the Runelords - at either £5 each on Download, £6 on CD (unlocking a free download version for instant access) or special prices on the Series 1 bundles (£35 on CD, £28 on Download). These offers must end at mid-day next Monday (UK time).
Our week began with a look ahead to the upcoming four-story anthology release Doctor Who - The Memory Bank and Other Stories, with the trailer and cover now online. And the Doctor Who - Main Range remained firmly in our minds on Tuesday when the latest adventure was released, with Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred and Bonnie Langford starring in Doctor Who - Fiesta of the Damned.
Wednesday saw the last of Tom Baker's fifth series of Doctor Who stories at Big Finish released, with the arrival of Doctor Who - The Fourth Doctor Adventures: Casualities of Time on CD and Download. Watch this space for news on 2017's sixth series, starting off with a visit to Jago & Litefoot in Doctor Who - The Beast of Kravenos.
We had a look at the upcoming series of Doctor Who - The Early Adventures on Thursday, with storylines, covers and some trailers for the third series now available on our website.
Yesterday we confirmed that August is the last month in which you'll be able to buy our hugely-popular Doctor Who - The Tenth Doctor Adventures: Volume 1 Limited Edition at the pre-release price, and that from September 1st the price will increase on CD from £30 to £40. So if you haven't made the most of this offer (and if not, see some of the reviews here), now's your chance!
It was another busy week for podcasts, with Nicholas Briggs bringing us the latest Big Finish podcast on Monday morning, teaming up with Big Finish sound designer Benji Clifford to discuss his work as well as covering the most recent news and emails. And on Friday, Toby Hadoke continued on last week's conversation with one of Doctor Who's most highly-regarded directors.
As ever, we hope you've had a fantastic week, and that the next is just as exciting - and it should be, because Sherlock Holmes is on his way on Tuesday!