Out today, the next adventure for Terry Molloy and David Warner in The Scarifyers.
Catch Professor Dunning and Harry Crow, played by Terry Molloy and David Warner respectively, in The Scarifyers - a series of rip-roaring tales of comedic supernatural intrigue set in 1930s Britain.
Influenced by the likes of Dick Barton, The Avengers, The Devil Rides Out and Quatermass, this latest instalment sees the team against their greatest and shortest threat yet, with The Gnomes of Death!
When MI:13's mortuary begins filling up with the disembodied feet of gardening enthusiasts, Harry Crow (David Warner) and Professor Dunning (Terry Molloy) are plunged into a sinister world of garden allotments, topiary fowl and gaudy garden ornaments.
When the landlord of Harry's local, the Six Bells, is also found minus his snakeskin brothel creepers (and their contents), Crow and Dunning are plunged into a more sinister world still - of Morris dancers, exceptionally strong ale and all-powerful ancient Indian deities.
What is the dark secret of the Six Bells privy? Are the Beer and Real Ale Association merely hirsute eccentrics, or something else? And what is the real purpose of Morris dancing? Crow and Dunning discover that horticulture can be a dangerous business, as they find themselves pitted against their shortest foes yet... THE GNOMES OF DEATH
The Gnomes of Death stars David Warner as Harry Crow, Terry Molloy as Professor Dunning, Matthew Holness as Thomas Kelley, Ewan Bailey as Arachius Fitch, David Benson as Alexander Caulfield-Browne, Lizzie Roper as Ettie, Phil Rose as Bunny Cheesewright, Stuart Silver as Doctor Slither and Lucy Scott as Ethel.
Described in the national press as 'rollicking good fun', 'a slice of audio perfection', 'the smartest and most enjoyable thing on British radio' and 'like Tintin but with the lights out,' make sure you pick up this double-disc spectacular from Bafflegab Productions!
This latest instalment of The Scarifyers is available now from the Big Finish site at £11.99 on CD or £8.99 on download. Catch all the adventures (including ones starring the much missed Nicholas Courtney) of the Scarifyers now.