Here are details of some forthcoming Big Finish Productions:
CAST: Paul McGann
(The Doctor), Fenella Woolgar
(Morella Wendigo), Michael J Shannon
(Senior Prosecutor Uglosi), Emilia Fox
(Berenice), Eric Loren
(Pilot), John Banks
A bizarre manifestation in the Control Room forces the TARDIS onto the Plutonian shores of the irradiated world Nevermore, whose sole inhabitant is the war criminal Morella Wendigo – a prisoner of this devastated planet. But the Doctor and his new companion aren’t Morella’s only visitors. Senior Prosecutor Uglosi fears the arrival of an assassin, after the blood of his prize prisoner. An assassin with claws…There’s no escape from Nevermore, whose raven-like robot jailers serve to demonstrate Uglosi’s macabre obsession with the works of the 19th century horror writer Edgar Allan Poe. An obsession that might yet lead to the premature burial of everyone on the planet’s surface – wreathed in the mist they call the Red Death!
RELEASE DATE: 31st. August 2010
Methos. Kronos. Silas. Caspian. Four names that struck terror into the hearts of men, women and children for centuries when they rode the lands under the name The Four Horsemen.
The second series of Highlander
audio adventures takes an in-depth look at these four people; their origins, their secrets, and what made them the bloodthirsty killers they became. Highlander
season two is a box set containing four CDs, each one relating the tale of one of the Horsemen.
Valentine Pelka (Kronos), Richard Ridings (Silas), Marcus Testory (Caspian), Peter Wingfield (Methos), Toby Longworth (Dilijan), Tracy-Ann Oberman (Violetta/Elena), John Banks (Simon/Dorn/Nurse)
For centuries, they battled the forces of light, raping, pillaging and terrorising their way across the globe. Then, through the betrayal of one of their number, the Four Horsemen rode no longer. But before their ultimate end, each was the target of a very personal vendetta striking to the core of the Horsemen's seemingly unbreakable bond. Now the secret history of Kronos, Silas, Caspian and Methos can finally be revealed...
RELEASE DATE: 31 January 2011
Jago & Litefoot
Online comments & reviews:
J & L: The Bloodless Soldier:
'A perfect blend of humour and drama, performances brilliant all round, and incredible sound work.
A breathtaking beginning!'
'This is one of the best stories Big Finish have ever produced. Ever.'
'This series really is one of the best things BF have ever produced. Everyone involved should be proud.'
Series One of Jago & Litefoot is available now