Jago & Litefoot Series 13 review

Lumme! It’s forty years since Henry Gordon Jago and Professor George Litefoot first came to our notice in Talons of Weng-Chiang and here they are in their thirteen Big Finish boxset! Still fresh and still wonderful after nearly seven years and around 60 stories. What’s the secret? Why is this set such fun? Read on! The stories

Jago & Litefoot series 11 review

I’ve already discussed Jago & Litefoot Series 11 over on Starburst, now I’d like to go deeper into the stories. As the cliff-hanger from series 10 revealed the presence of the Geoffrey Beevers Master, and the cast list includes Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor, I had concerns this might be more Doctor Who than Jago & Litefoot. How did…

Year of the Pig reviewed

Matthew Sweet wrote the December 2006 main range release Year of the Pig, a Sixth Doctor and Peri story. Apart from the intriguing title we have a great cast including Maureen o’Brien as Miss Alice Bultitude, Michael Keating as Inspector Chardalot and Paul Brooke as Toby the Sapient Pig of the title. The cast is rounded out nicely…

Jago & Litefoot Series 3 reviewed

At the moment that Jago & Litefoot Series 2 ended we were surprised by the appearance of Leela. Having developed a strong identity for the series this could easily be a retrograde step and move the characters back into a science fiction milieu instead of the supernatural fantasy that it was becoming. With this reservation, let’s…

Jago & Litefoot – series 6 reviewed

After the wonderful exploits of Jago & Litefoot in the late 1960s (see my Series 5 review) we return to more familiar territory with Victorian England, Ellie the barmaid and Sgt Quick; yes it’s Jago & Litefoot Series 6. Have our heroes been altered by their experiences on-board the TARDIS and in the twentieth century? Who is…

Jago & Litefoot – series 4 reviewed

March 2012 brought the return of Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter in Jago & Litefoot Series 4. Once again aided by Ellie Higson (Lisa Bowerman) and Sgt Quick this time they are faced with the malevolent machinations of Kempston and Hardwick. As if that wasn’t enough they also encounter the mysterious Professor Claudius Dark (Colin Baker)! Fortunately…