12 Days of Big Finish-mas 2014

First Merry Christmas to all visitors to mine humble blog. Second, welcome to Big Finish-mas 2014! Every day for twelve days over the holidays there will be special offers on download only. Will there be a thirteenth? Each day (or so) I’ll update this post with the details and some thoughts. It isn’t all Doctor Who related…

Companion Chronicles Sale!

Just for the weekend of October 4th / 5th (and ending in the morning of the 6th UK time) Big Finish is running a massive offer on series 4 and 5 of the Companion Chronicles. If nothing else Peri and the Piscon Paradox and Solitaire should be considered as must buy! Details on the Big Finish site. — Message Ends…

BF 15 – 2011

Today’s Friday and it’s Day 13 of the Big Finish celebration of 15 years of the main range. That said it’s lucky for any fans of Bernice Summerfield who can pick up Epoch at a reduced price. There is an eclectic mix of other items include Sarah Jane, Nicholas Courtney’s memoirs and the final Companion Chronicle for Caroline John…

Big Finish 15 – 2007

The Big Finish celebration of 15 years of the main range has now reached 2007, a year that saw The Companion Chronicles and The Eighth Doctor Adventures. There are two offers and also the announcement that The Companion Chronicles will survive in boxset form with a First Doctor boxset released in 2015. The news item is: BIG FINISH’S 15TH ANNIVERSARY…

Second Chances – Starburst review

A mention of my Starburst review of the final Companion Chronicles – John Dorney’s Second Chances. It’s farewell in the company of Zoe as her trilogy of tales gets wrapped up. The review is: Audio Review: SECOND CHANCES – THE COMPANION CHRONICLES (DOCTOR WHO). Usual rules – if you want to leave a comment please do. ……

The Elixir of Doom by Paul Magrs reviewed

Held over from 2011 for various reasons the Paul Magrs story The Elixir of Doom is the penultimate release in the Companion Chronicles range. Starring, as you might expect, Katy Manning as both Jo Grant and Iris Wildthyme and Derek Fowlds (Heartbeat). Expect the unexpected and plenty of gin, red buses and of course a Doctor – but…