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Naoko Mori reprises her television role as Toshiko Sato in a new Torchwood adventure featuring Hugh Skinner (Mamma Mia 2, Les Misérables, W1A) as Torchwood’s top recruit, Sebastian Vaughan.
Sebastian Vaughan is the brightest, newest recruit to Torchwood. He’s come from a very good family, an excellent school, and with a degree from the finest college. He’s the kind of person bred for Torchwood.
Sebastian Vaughan is exactly the person Torchwood needs. He’s charming, he’s smart, and he’s good in a fight. He’s taken Torchwood’s other new recruit under his wing. With his help, Toshiko Sato will make something of herself and fit in at Torchwood.
Sebastian Vaughan is dead. Toshiko Sato’s been given permission to bring his body home to give him the send-off he deserves. How will Torchwood cope without him?
Writer of this story, Lou Morgan, told us more, “I absolutely loved writing this story and being able to see it brought to life in the studio - not least because Tosh is such a fantastic and layered character. We all know how she came to join the Torchwood team, but by going right back to those early days and partnering her with another new recruit (who is everything she isn't) we get a chance to see what really drives her, as well as what it takes to be part of Torchwood... and what it costs.”
Torchwood: The Vigil is available now priced at £9.99 as a collector's edition CD or £7.99 on download. Don't forget that all CD purchases unlock a download option via the Big Finish app or the Big Finish website.
You can buy and/or pre-order the Torchwood Monthly Range individually, or why not save money with a Torchwood bundle. A six-release bundle is £50 on CD or £45 on download, and you can save even more money by ordering all 12 Torchwood Monthly Range releases coming out in 2019 and 2020 for just £90 on CD or £84 on download.
Glynteg was never much of a place. Since the refinery’s shut down there’s been nothing much going on – no jobs, no money, more pubs than buses. One of those sad Welsh towns where’s there’s little to do but drink.
Then the frakking company came and there was a brief spark of hope – maybe there’d be some jobs, at least. But that fizzled out. Instead the people started falling ill.
Gwen Cooper’s come to Glynteg to find out what’s happening. Something ancient has woken up beneath the ground and will do whatever it can to protect itself. The Hunters have been unleashed. And there’s only one way to stay safe.
Please note that Torchwood contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners.