A look through the past week of events at Big Finish
What a busy week it's been!
At the time of writing, there's a little over a day left for those wanting to make the most of Big Finish bargains: our Dark Shadows offer gives 50% off titles using the DRKSH50 code on check-out, while our New Doctor Who Series Week 4 offers present four discounted titles.
The news of the week was first announced at Saturday's DWAS Capitol II convention (also running today, Sunday) when Kai Owen and producer James Goss announced Torchwood - Series 5: Aliens Among Us.
Monday was the beginning of a new month - which meant a new Listeners title: until June begins, you can get Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles: Council of War for just £2.99 on Download.
The Shape of Things to Come was the first release of the week, the third of our 2017 HG Wells adaptations, this one starring Nicola Walker and Sam Troughton in a production adapted by Guy Adams and directed by Lisa Bowerman. On Wednesday we got an update on this year's Doctor Who - The Third Doctor Adventures Volume 3, both with Andrew Smith's story named, as well as a month's shift in release date.
Thursday saw the release of the much-anticipated Doctor Who - The Ninth Doctor Chronicles, as well as (as initially announced in Doctor Who Magazine) Tom Baker being joined for an eighth series of Fourth Doctor Adventures by Jane Slavin as new companion WPC Ann Kelso.
On Friday not only did we start the long weekend of Dark Shadows 50% off special offers, but announced a new boxed set for later in the year: Dark Shadows - The Tony and Cassandra Mysteries...
This week's Big Finish podcast had Nick Briggs and Benji Clifford covering listeners' emails, news, a talk with actor Lucy Briggs-Owen (The War Doctor, The Avengers and more!), and also an exclusive clip of Doctor Who - The Ninth Doctor Chronicles...
We leave with the trailer for Hamlet, exclusively revealed on Tuesday. Join us in the coming week for a cold case run by a cold investigator, some supernatural tales, and Big Finish remembering the much-missed Paul Spragg.