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For The Love Of StoriesBig Finish produce fantastic full-cast audio dramas for CD and download.

Four new adventures featuring classic Doctors encountering monsters from the new series of Doctor Who!

4.1 Invasion of the Body Stealers by Jonathan Morris
Visiting the crystal forests of Systalzyn, the Fourth Doctor and Sarah encounter a crashing spaceship and race to find survivors...

But not everyone they meet on this colony world is in their right mind - the body-hopping Harmony Shoal have set their sights on invasion!

4.2 The Queen of Clocks by Jacqueline Rayner
The Sixth Doctor and Mel come to the rescue when they find a castle under siege from Clockwork Droids. But in a kingdom run with painstaking precision, time is running out for the Queen of Guyenne...

4.3 The Silent Priest by David K Barnes
In search of solace from the Time War, the Eighth Doctor is caught between rival criminals and the law in the city of Sunset.

Who is the mysterious Priest with the key to ending the violence? And if the Doctor really has visited Sunset before, why can't he remember?

4.4 The Silent City by David K Barnes
Sunset City is thriving, the tourists are spending. But something about the place doesn't make sense - and the casino seems to be in the business of redistributing the wealth.

In the midst of it all, the Seventh Doctor faces the consequences of actions he has yet to take...

Recorded on: 1 September 2020, 28 May, 28 June, 21 and 28 July 2021
Recorded at: The Soundhouse, Side Studios and remote recording


Actor Sadie Miller said: “Invasion of the Body Stealers brings to mind for me a lot of those monster B-movies that I grew up watching with my dad. It brings together that very old style of monster creature feature whilst also posing interesting modern-day questions about transplanting, swapping body parts, and how to facilitate living on as a species, so it has a lovely mix of old and new.”

Colin Baker added: “I remembered the Clockwork Droids from The Girl in the Fireplace. The visual imagery in it was very dramatic. And then when I read this story, which is written by Jacqueline Rayner, one of the masters of the best Big Finish stories ever, I knew it was gonna be good, and of course it is – it’s got drama, deception, lots of pathos, and it’s got Bonnie Langford, what more can you want?”

And Paul McGann said: “The Silence are properly spooky, because there’s something melancholic, deeply sad and weird about them. Of course they’re scary and threatening, but kind of heartbreaking as well. I like that, that’s a good mix, that’s a proper Who mix.”


Doctor Who: Broken Memories does exactly what it sets out to do. It delivers a collection of stories that combine classic Doctors with villains from the show’s modern era. What makes this particular set so enjoyable, though, is the way each story recontextualizes those villains, either by digging deeper into why they act the way they do or by shining a new light on them. With the exception of its two-part finale, this is one of those box sets where you could easily listen to whichever story you wanted, in any order you wanted to. And that’s honestly the joy of it. It’s a simple, entertaining romp through Doctor Who‘s past and present in the most enjoyable way possible.

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  • Product Format: 4-disc CD (jewel case in slipcover)
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Duration: 309 minutes
  • Physical Retail ISBN: 978-1-83868-916-2
  • Digital Retail ISBN: 978-1-83868-917-9
  • Production Code: BFPDWNEWMON04
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