Some special offers on some lost stories, celebrating the greatest writer of English literature and a bumper week of Torchwood! Don’t miss our on any of the news in the Big Finish roundup.
At the time of writing, we have some special offers on some Doctor Who Lost Stories. The Lost Stories are adventures that were originally written for the Doctor Who television series but never made – until Big Finish brought them to life.
From now until 23:59 on 3rd May 2018 you can save 60% with any Lost Stories purchase. Use offer code LOST60 at the checkout. Please note the code will not apply to bundles but their prices have also been adjusted for the offer.
29 stories are available from throughout the history of Doctor Who with several familiar faces and old foes returning.
Out this week is a trip to the Welsh countryside that Torchwood will never forget… the latest chapter in the Torchwood monthly range came out Tuesday, written by and starring Gareth David-Lloyd as Ianto Jones, and starring Burn Gorman as Dr Owen Harper.
A signal in a Welsh mountain is calling an ancient battlefleet to Earth. Owen Harper and Ianto Jones head up into the Brecons to stop it.
The problem is – Ianto really loves camping.
The original Torchwood team are back together after ten years in this new audio adventure where they’ll face the best and worst of humanity. The twenty-first century is when everything changes – are you ready? Torchwood: Believe came out Wednesday.
The Church of the Outsiders believe that mankind is about to evolve, to reach out into the stars. Owen Harper believes that Torchwood has to do whatever it takes to stop them.
Celebrating the birth and death of the great bard on Monday, we had a special offer on two of our Big Finish Shakespeare classics – tune into Hamlet starring Alexander Vlahos, or King Lear starring David Warner. But you can still pick up both in a bundle, at £30 on CD or £26 on download.
On Saturday we chatted to Alicia Ambrose-Bayly, who plays Amelia in the first of our Big Finish Originals, ATA Girl. Alicia shares with us what a unique experience and a different role it was, bringing forgotten heroines back to life on audio.