Jago & Litefoot – series 5 review

March 2013 brought us the fifth Jago & Litefoot boxset starring Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter. Following on from the events of Voyage to Venus (see Comfort and Joy in the jungles of Venus) and Voyage to the New World our inestimable investigators find themselves back in London but in 1968! Observant viewers will note that I have skipped boxsets…

The Key2Time trilogy

2009 began with the Key2Time trilogy (instead of Key to Time which had been done or Key 2 Time which is just plain silly). This Fifth Doctor trilogy consists of The Judgement of Isskar (Simon Guerrier), The Destroyer of Delights (Jonathan Clements) and The Chaos Pool (Peter Anghelides). There is also a Seventh Doctor / Ace Companion Chronicle that fits into this called The…

Nu-humans, old problems

So what happens when two of Big Finish’s many fine authors take on the modern era? In The Nu-Humans Cavan Scott and Mark Wright (Forge, Iris Wildthyme, Church and Crown…) take up the challenge of writing for the Eleventh Doctor, Amy and Rory in a story read by Raquel Cassidy (who has appeared with the…

Never say Nerva! Destination Nerva reviewed

On a historic Monday the 9th of January 2012, Big Finish released Destination Nerva, the first of their Fourth Doctor Adventures a new range featuring (at last) Tom Baker. Much missed by fans as the only living classic Doctor Who not to feature in the new audio adventures would this be a triumph or case of…

DW 150 Recorded Time and Other Stories

So who’d have thought, Big Finish have now reached 150 main range releases. I would have said monthly except they release two every September meaning that there are actually 13 releases per year. Back to the point; I thought I would draft an occasional review in honour of this milestone. For this honour Big Finish broke into…