Jennie Linden website

Just a quick mention for Jennie Linden’s website: Jennie Linden.com. There are some interviews, background her career (and not just the Peter Cushing film Dr Who and the Daleks, in which she played Barbara) and a chance to pick up some signed items. There’s even a link to the Big Finish release Unregenerate!, in which she played Professor…

Mary’s Story free until 26 Feb 2017

Thanks to The Doctor Who Companion there’s a code for a free download of the excellent Mary’s Story. It’s an Eighth Doctor  and Mary Shelley story written by Jonathan Morris. The details are here: EXCLUSIVE OFFER: Get Mary’s Story from Big Finish Completely Free. *** Message Ends ***

The Contingency Club reviewed

Sometimes you get to the end of a story and think so what? Sometimes you don’t know what you think, not why you think it. In the case of Phil Mulryne’s Fifth Doctor main range story The Contingency Club there are no such problems. It’s a charming, well-told story with much to recommend.

Return of the Daleks review

If you were a Big Finish collector back in December 2007, your main range release of Year of the Pig came with a free single-disc story, Return of the Daleks. If you (like me) are a latecomer, you’ve acquired early releases in random sales and may not have the free subscriber releases. So it is I have…

The Star Men reviewed

Andrew Smith kicked off 2017’s main range with The Star Men. It’s a Fifth Doctor story with companions Adric, Nyssa and Tegan — yes, Matthew Waterhouse hits the main range after many years of waiting. How was it? Full of vivid imagination and some great moments for Adric. You want more? Read on…

The Christmas Dimension review on Cultbox

December 2016 brought us a vast array of Doctor Who goodness, and main range subscribers also got their free Subscriber Short Trips story, The Christmas Dimension. This is a Rob Nisbet story for the Third Doctor, read by Stephen Critchlow and also featuring Liz Shaw. It’s a fun seasonal offering, reviewed over on Cultbox as part of the mega-review: Big Finish’s…

Quicksilver review on Cultbox

December 2016 treated us to two main range Doctor Who releases, the second of which was Matt Fitton’s Quicksilver. It’s a cold war story set in Vienna and Constance Clarke needs to find out what happened to her husband. Meanwhile the Sixth Doctor has encountered some time travelling aliens and, unknowingly, drawn Flip Jackson into proceedings. It’s a great…