Big Finish Summer 2017 sale

Something different for summer 2017, a two-week sale across a range of titles, including some very recent. Outside of the various Doctor Who ranges, there are offers on the first set of Prisoner stories (and the second set is out soon), and Survivors series 3. Full details on the news item: BIG FINISH SUMMER LISTENING OFFERS! Of course on this blog…

Torchwood: Broken review

With a now familiar, and relentless, pursuit of perfection, Big Finish has released another superb Torchwood release in the form of Broken. Stand up Joe Lidster and take a well-deserved bow for this tale of Ianto Jones and his early relationship with Jack Harkness. Gareth David-Lloyd and John Barrowman in one release — is there room for any…

The R3 Companion Chronicles Collector’s Guide Part II

Prompted by a full Companion Chronicles sale, here is the second part of my guide said range. It follows on from The R3 Companion Chronicles Collector’s Guide Part I. This part covers series 5 – 8. This is intended as a reference and is field under Home > Guides, as are all the other Red Rocket series guides.

Iris returns!

Fans of Iris Wildthyme had every reason to imagine they might never hear Katy Manning reprise the role of their favourite trans-temporal adventuress. Paul Magrs has been busy with the release of some great Brenda and Effie stories over at bafflegab and all looked lost. The imminent release of The Worlds of Big Finish offered some succour but would…

Jago & Litefoot Series 8 reviewed

The previous series of Jago & Litefoot ended on a great cliff-hanger – the Scorchies had appeared and were keen to appear in Jago’s theatre, the New Regency (and why wouldn’t they be?!). How would events unfold? What else would befall our favourite Victorian adventurers? Only one way to find out!

In which Jo makes a thing – The Scorchies reviewed

March 2013 gave us The Scorchies a Third Doctor Companion Chronicle written by James Goss. This starred Katy Manning as Jo Grant with Melvyn Hayes as the Scorchies. As you can probably tell from the cover this is not the usual kind of story and if I tell you there is singing many of you will instantly…