Jago & Litefoot meet Jago & Litefoot

In a month packed with news (or so it seems) we now have details of Jago & Litefoot Series 10 – yes the tenth series for the infernal investigators. Corks! As promised in the Series 9 extras, David Warner will be joiner Messrs Baxter and Benjamin, but there’s more; much more. Back in Blighty means more…

Jago & Litefoot series 9 reviewed

I reviewed Jago & Litefoot series 9 for Kasterborous (see here) and thought I’d follow up with my more usual, in-depth take on the stories and the set as a whole. There are a couple of spoilers but I leave plenty of the plot unexplored, focussing on the greater narrative arc of the characters. This may…

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…

The Justice of Jalxar reviewed

Big Finish released the April Fourth Doctor Adventure The Justice of Jalxar in March 2013 to allow people to have it ahead of Big Finish Day 3. This John Dorney story was set in Victorian London and gave us a reunion of the Fourth Doctor with Jago and Litefoot. Apart from missing young Ellie Higson this was a full…

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…

Jago & Litefoot Series 1 Review

So the Victorian adventurers who first made our acquaintance in The Talons of Weng Chian and went on to have their own Companion Chronicle The Mahogany Murderers now appear in their own boxset. As we will later learn (and when I catch up) they have so far appeared in four such sets, with every expectation of three…