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Recording has wrapped on Series 8 of Big Finish's audio drama of Terry Nation's Survivors, and here are more details on the continued struggles for the survivors of The Death†¦
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Survivors Series Eight sees actors Carolyn Seymour and Lucy Fleming reprising their TV roles as Abby Grant and Jenny. Helen Goldwyn also returns as Ruth and George Watkins returns as Craig – both characters who appeared in Survivors Series 6.
Plus actress Wendy Craig, who listeners will recognise from TV shows Nanny, Butterflies, ...And Mother Makes Three and ...And Mother Makes Five guest stars, and in a major twist, Joel James Davison (the son of Fifth Doctor Peter Davison) joins the ongoing series as Peter Grant, Abby’s long-lost son. Could it be that Abby and Peter will finally meet?
Survivors Series Eight is directed by Ken Bentley, script edited by Matt Fitton and produced by Emma Haigh and David Richardson. And we have a new Big Finish writer in this series as Lisa McMullin joins fellow scribes Christopher Hatherall, Jane Slavin and Roland Moore.
Survivors is based on an original concept and characters from the 1975 television series by Terry Nation (creator of the Daleks and Blake’s 7). The show ran for three seasons and was known to be as thought-provoking and character-driven as it was terrifying.
The world has ended. The ‘Death’ pandemic crossed continents, sparing only a fraction of the global population.
The survivors are now trying to pick up the pieces and rebuild society – to create a new future.
But with no cities, no laws, no technology, everyone must start over. And the worst of human nature has survived along with the best…
Survivors remains one of Big Finish’s most critically acclaimed series, with regular top mark reviews. The powerful performances and strong scripts in these tales of survival and the continuation of hope and humanity in a ravaged world must be heard to be believed.