I reviewed the special (Big Finish site only) release of Cyberman: The Complete Series 1 & 2 over on Starburst. I hadn’t heard these before (they are from 2005 and 2009) and while there is no Doctor, there is plenty to enjoy. The review is: CYBERMAN THE COMPLETE SERIES 1 & 2. === Message Ends ===
Yes, the countdown has reached five; five more days until Saturday the 19th of September, 2015. The day for all Doctor Who fans to rejoice. Yes, it’s Big Finish Day 7! What? There’s something on TV that evening? Well I know where my priorities lie (and I can make it down the motorway in time for The Magician’s Apprentice!
The latest Big Finish Podcast (the one recorded at Gallifrey) gives a few snippets of interesting information. First is that Kate Stewart is only the first character from the new franchise that Big Finish expects to license! Does this mean Torchwood or Paternoster Gang?
After the success of Dark Eyes in 2014, Big Finish has several pieces of work nominated for the long list in the BBC Audio 2015 awards. The short list will be revealed Tuesday January 6th, 2015 with the ceremony itself scheduled for Sunday February 1st 2015.
Apologies for the techno-babble title – this is an update on the increasingly long list of downloads now upgraded to 256 kbps (and also now having audiobooks available). My list of upgraded files (with dates) is here: Main Range (and other) titles now available as 256 kbps. Yes the title isn’t very snappy, but what can…
The Big Finish celebration machine hits 2006 today and there are two rich veins of material to explore. A surprise guest to the feast is the Dark Shadows range whereas the Doctor Who ranges have the I, Davros set plus The Davros Mission and these latter titles are all £1 each (download).
If (like me) you’ve never bought the Graceless stories by Simon Guerrier now could be the time. This weekend (March 21st – 24th) they can be picked up for £10 each or all three for £25 (normal price £25 each). And if you don’t know, these are the adult oriented stories of the tracer twins from the Key2Time trilogy…