We love StoriesBig Finish produce great full-cast audio drama for CD and download, featuring many popular television fantasy series.
Don't forget, this month's Vortex is now available, packed with behind-the-scenes info on the February releases including Doctor Who - The War Doctor: Casualties of War...
Included (while stocks last each month) with all physical orders from Big Finish, and available as a free PDF download, Vortex is the in-house Big Finish magazine, available completely free. Editor Kenny Smith explains:
"This month's Vortex was - as is every issue - a labour of love. In my day job, I'm a newspaper editor, so I know how much people like to read exclusive material they won't get elsewhere."
"One of the great things about working on each issue is that I can ask the questions that I know we, as fans, want to know. After all, I was a Big Finish fan long before I succeeded the late, great Paul Spragg as editor."
"The interviews that appear in Vortex each month tend to be only for the magazine, and give a flavour of what's to come in the releases featured. Where possible, I like to talk to people in all aspects of the productions: the writers, directors, producers, actors, sound designers and musicians. It's a chance to get a bit more insight into how things changed and developed along the way, to make the finished product."
"Doing the interviews is always a personal highlight - how often do you get the chance to speak to writers you like, or even actors who you've admired from afar? Over the last year, Vortex has had exclusive interviews with Russell T Davies, Mark Gatiss, Colin Baker, Bonnie Langford and many, many more. Hopefully, that genuine love and passion that I have for all things Big Finish comes across on every page of Vortex."
"And the best thing of all is, it's completely free, whether you download or order physical copies of the CDs. Even though I edit Vortex, I still can't wait to see the finished issue brought to life by our brilliant designer Mark Plastow. Interesting words are one thing, but when they're presented the way Mark does it, well, they suddenly seem a lot more appealing!"
Our entire Vortex archive can be found here - visit it today!