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Paul McGann and Sylvester McCoy star as the Time Lord in this made-for-TV feature based on the long-running BBC sci-fi series. Whilst returning the Master (Eric Roberts)'s remains to their home planet of Gallifrey, the Doctor (McCoy) crash lands the TARDIS on Earth in San Francisco in the year 1999. Gunned down by a street gang, the Doctor is rushed to hospital, where exploratory surgery by Dr Grace Holloway (Daphne Ashbrook) triggers a regeneration into the Eighth Doctor (McGann). Meanwhile, the Master has taken over the body of a paramedic and infiltrated the TARDIS, which he plans to use in his latest scheme to take over the Doctor's new body and destroy the world.
This is the third of three new Main Range adventures which reunite the Seventh Doctor and his friend, Mags, the punk werewolf circus performer first seen in 1988's Doctor Who television story The Greatest Show in the Galaxy. In this adventure, a space-time summons brings the TARDIS to the strangest place Mags has yet visited. A space-time summons brings the TARDIS to the strangest place Mags has yet visited. A haven for the freakiest freaks and the weirdest weirdoes: Camden Lock, London, in the early 1990s. But there's a reason why former TARDIS traveller Ace has brought the old gang back together. She's on a mission to rescue an alien being, held prisoner in a massive mansion. A mission that can't possibly go wrong. Can it? CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Jessica Martin (Mags / Eater-Mags), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Jacob Collins Levy (Rufus / Voice of Head Office), Lara Lemon (Rohesia / Jinty), Gideon Turner (Raymond / Greg), Shiloh Coke (Janet / Sin Eater), Rex Duis (Vinewood / Lex). Other parts played by members of the cast.
The people of Gokroth live in fear of the monsters in the forest. Creatures with scales and fur, teeth and claws. But worse than these, perhaps, is the strange doctor who does unspeakable, unholy work in the high castle on the mountain. A doctor who's about to receive a visit from an off-worlder. Mags, formerly of the Psychic Circus. A native of the planet Vulpana... with a monstrous secret of her own. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Jessica Martin (Mags), Victoria Yeates (Dr Maleeva), Jeremy Hitchen (Varron), Abi Harris (Trella / Lizard-Monster), Dominic Vulliamy (Wilric), Andrew Fettes (Gor / Bear-Monster / Porrow). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Another adventure for the intrepid time traveller. While visiting a Galactic Tollport, the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Mel (Bonnie Langford) win a trip to Disneyland in 1959. On board the spacebus they meet Chimeron queen Delta, whose people have been wiped out by mercenary Gavrok (Don Henderson) and his men. Knocked off course by a satellite, the bus in fact delivers its passengers to the Shangri-La holiday camp in Fifties Wales, but while the Doctor becomes determined to make the most of the break - and Delta embarks on a romance with Earth mechanic Billy - Gavrok is not far behind. Watch out for a guest appearance by Ken Dodd as the Tollmaster.
A special solo adventure for Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor, in the last of three stories with a recurring villain. The future is dying. All over the universe, gaps are beginning to appear. From the space lanes terrorised by the rag-tag remnants of the once-mighty Rocket Men, to the empire of the Gorlans, stricken by a terrible civil war. Gaps in space/time, portents of the end of everything. Only three beings might prevent it. The Doctor, a renegade Time Lord from Gallifrey. The Master, another renegade Time Lord from Gallifrey. And another Master, yet another renegade Time Lord from Gallifrey. One Doctor. Two Masters. What could possibly go wrong? Big Finish's main range of Doctor Who stories began in 1999, and has featured television Doctors Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann across its 213 tales. Director Jamie Anderson is the son of Thunderbirds creator and TV legend Gerry Anderson - he works on Doctor Who here, having brought his father's Terrahawks series to audio life for Big Finish. Sylvester McCoy originally played the Doctor in 1987 - 1989, (then again in 1996) while his other work includes Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson's epic The Hobbit films. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Geoffrey Beevers (The Old Master), Alex Macqueen (The New Master), Lauren Crace (Jemima), Russ Bain (Blore), Esther Hall (Tazmeena), James Garnon (Sebastian), Neil Edmond (Sarlon).
The year is 2085, and planet Earth remains on the edge of a nuclear precipice. At any moment, either of two vast rival power blocs, to the West and the East, might unleash a torrent of missiles, bringing about the terrible certainty of Mutual Assured Destruction. But there is another way - or so Professor Ruth Drexler believes. Hence her secret mission deep in Eastern bloc territory, to uncover a hidden city, never before glimpsed by human eyes: the Parliament of the Silurians, the lizard people who ruled the Earth before humankind.There, she'll encounter a time-travelling Doctor, who knows the Silurians well. A Doctor on a secret mission of his own. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Bonnie Langford (Mel), Fiona Sheehan (Ruth Drexler), Nicholas Asbury (Chairman Bart Falco), Nicholas Briggs (Chordok), Caitlin Thorburn (Karlas), Ignatius Anthony (Gorrister), Louise Mai Newberry (Director Shen). Big Finish have been producing Doctor Who audios since 1999, starring Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant and John Hurt. The Silurians - reptiles who lived on the Earth before Humanity, and want to put this right - have appeared in the TV series several times, facing off against Doctors played by Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison and Matt Smith. Star Sylvester McCoy played the Doctor on television between 1987 and 1996, but is also recognised from such works as Peter Jackson's The Hobbit films.
The Doctor has returned Mags, formerly of the Psychic Circus, to her native world: Vulpana. Not the savage Vulpana that Mags was taken from, but Vulpana in an earlier era. The Golden Millennium - when the Four Great Wolf Packs, each devoted to one of the planet's four moons, oversaw the height of Vulpanan civilisation. A time when the noblest families of the Vulpanan aristocracy found themselves in need of new blood...A golden age, that's about to come to a violent end! CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Jessica Martin (Mags), Nimmy Marsh (Ulla), Peter Bankole (Issak), Irfan Shamji (Jaks), Sean Knopp (Tob), Beth Goddard (Barton).
November 23rd 1963 is a day that sets in motion a catastrophic chain of events which forces the first eight incarnations of the Doctor to fight for their very existence. As a mysterious chaos unfolds within the TARDIS, the barriers of time break apart...
REMINDER TO ALL CITIZENS: There are no Daleks on Azimuth. There have never been Daleks on Azimuth. 20 years ago, the Daleks did not invade Azimuth. There was no war. There are no such things as Daleks. They do not exist. There are no Daleks among us.
London, 2017. Except... it isn't. Berlin, 1961. But it isn't that either. Not really. Not in the timeline the Doctor knows. Something is very wrong. While Ace tries to save the life of a wounded British spy, Mel and the Doctor must get to grips with the modern day socialist Republic of Mokoshia. For Mel it feels strangely familiar and 'right', which makes the Doctor feel even more uneasy. Soon, a message from a dark and blood-soaked distant future is on its way... But the Doctor will have to act fast to stop this timeline becoming reality. And with Ace stranded in an alternate 1961, will saving the Earth end her existence? Big Finish have been producing Doctor Who audios since 1999, starring Tom Baker, Peter Davidson, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant and John Hurt. The Doctor in this story is played by Sylvester McCoy, familiar to many viewers and audiences not only as the Doctor, but most recently Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson's blockbusting The Hobbit movie trilogy! Writer Una McCormack has been writing Sci-Fi novels since 2004, including three official Doctor Who novels for the BBC. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Bonnie Langford (Melanie Bush), Matt Barber (Tom Elliot), Elliot Levey (Colonel Marsden), Genevieve Gaunt (Anna / Commander of Phobos Mission), Max Bollinger (Sokolov), Chris Dale (Mission Control / Voice of Map / George / Television Announcer).
Oooh la la! It's been a long time coming, but the Doctor is about to be reunited with Iris Wildthyme! They're both in 1920s Paris and everyone's flocking to Iris's salon. But wait...! What's that noise..? Thud thud thud...! It's the soft, approaching feet of a small and acerbic Art Critic Panda! Big Finish have been producing Doctor Who audios since 1999, starring Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant and John Hurt. The Doctor in this story is played by Sylvester McCoy, familiar to many viewers and audiences not only as the Doctor, but most recently as Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson's blockbusting The Hobbit movie trilogy! Guest actor Katy Manning is best known to Doctor Who fans as the Third Doctor's much loved companion Jo Grant - here she reprises the Iris Wildthyme character, a renegade Time Lady with her own bus and audio series. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Philip Olivier (Hex), Katy Manning (Iris Wildthyme), David Benson (Panda) Gethin Anthony (Kevin Archer/Dali), Rebecca La Chance (Isabel Archer), Christine Kavanagh (Dora Muse).
The TARDIS brings the Doctor, Ace and Mel to a recently reopened shipyard in Merseyside. It's 1991, the hardest of times - but now they're shipbuilding once again, thanks to the yard's new owners, the Dark Alloy Corporation. A miracle of job creation - but is it too good to be true? While the Doctor and Ace go in search of an alien assassin at loose in the yard, Stuart Dale, discoverer of the near-magical Dark Alloy material, has an extraordinary proposition to make to his old college friend, Mel. But who is the Corporation's mysterious client? Who does she really represent? And what's the secret of the Blood Furnace? Seeking answers, the Doctor and friends are about to find themselves in very deep water Star Sylvester McCoy played the Doctor on television between 1987 and 1996, but is also recognised from such works as Peter Jackson's The Hobbit films. Cast: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Bonnie Langford (Mel Bush), Julie Graham (Carolyn).
The Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) returns to Perivale in 1883 in an attempt to cure Ace's phobia about the place. He soon discovers that aliens, hiding beneath a Victorian house, are planning to take over and destroy the planet. It is now up to the timelord to defeat their plans and once again save the planet from a deadly fate.
Shadow Planet / World Apart is one of three main range 2017 Doctor Who titles consisting of two two-part stories, in a change from the usual four-parters. Shadow Planet by AK Benedict. Troubled? Anxious? Tormented by self-doubt? Come to Unity, the psychic planet! From our therapy centre beside Unity's idyllic shores, the Unity Corporation can help you overcome all your problems. How? By using a patented combination of technology and Jungian psychology, we can bring you face to face with your shadow self. The hidden you. The dark you. The you that no-one knows. Rest assured: the process is perfectly safe. Nothing can possibly go wrong. And that's guaranteed! World Apart by Scott Handcock If you're reading this, it's too late. There's no way off this planet. You will never escape Nirvana. Star Sylvester McCoy played the Doctor on television between 1987 and 1996, but is also recognised from such works as Peter Jackson's The Hobbit films. Sophie Aldred's companion, Ace, is regarded as the first "modern companion", the first in a line taken up on Doctor Who's popular TV return with such characters as Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) and Amy Pond (Karen Gillan). CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred(Ace), Philip Oliver (Hex), Belinda Lang (Mrs Wheeler), Sara Thom (Sandy/ Captain Karren), Nickolas Grace (Professor Grove), Ben Mansfeld (Loglan/ Shadow Loglan).
A brand new boxset of four adventures, featuring monsters from the new series of Doctor Who! 1.1 FALLEN ANGELS by Phil Mulryne. 2015: When sightseers Joel and Gabby Finch encounter a strange man in Edwardian cricketing garb in the Sistine Chapel, their honeymoon suddenly takes a terrifying turn. 1511: Michelangelo is commissioned to create some very special sculptures by a mysterious sect. But as he carves, angels seem to emerge fully-formed from the rock. Almost as if they are alive. From Michelangelo's workshop to the catacombs of Rome, the Fifth Doctor must keep his wits about him and his eyes wide open as he confronts the Weeping Angels. 1.2 JUDOON IN CHAINS by Simon Barnard and Paul Morris. The Sixth Doctor is no stranger to courtroom drama, but faces a very different challenge when he prepares to defend a most unusual Judoon. After an environmental clearance mission goes wrong, Captain Kybo of the Nineteenth Judoon Interplantary Force is stranded in Victorian England, bound in chains, an exhibit in a circus show. But he has allies: Eliza Jenkins - known to audiences as 'Thomasina Thumb' - and the larger-than-life 'clown' in the colourful coat.Uncovering a trail of injustice and corruption, the Doctor and Kybo soon find themselves on trial for their lives. 1.3 HARVEST OF THE SYCORAX by James Goss. In the far future, humanity has a remedy for everything. Whatever the problem, Pharma Corps has the answer and a designer disease tailored to every human's blood-type. Zanzibar Hashtag has no need to be sad, scared, stressed, or depressed ever again. That is, until vicious aliens arrive on her space station intent on opening its Vault. What will it mean for the human race if the Sycorax take control of what's inside? And when the Seventh Doctor arrives on the scene, can he convince Zanzibar to care about her life long enough to help him? 1.4 THE SONTARAN ORDEAL by Andrew Smith. An instant of the Time War brings centuries of conflict to the planet Drakkis, and the Eighth Doctor is there to witness the terrible results. A Sontaran fleet, desperate to join the epic conflict, follows in its wake to take advantage of the fallout. But when Commander Jask is beamed down to the ravaged surface, there is more to his arrival than first appears.Soon, an unlikely champion joins forces with the Time Lord to fight for the future of her world, and together they must face the Sontaran Ordeal.This epic release brings together elements of the TV Doctor Who series both classic (viewed as the era up to 1996) and the 2005 revival. Writer James Goss is the novelist trusted by the Douglas Adams estate to adapt several of the late author's Doctor Who works to book form. This set includes a number of actors recognised by fans for their work in various cult TV shows - Josette Simon (Blake's 7), Trevor Cooper (Star Cops), Dan Starkey (Doctor Who), Christopher Ryan (The Young Ones).CAST: Peter Davison (The Doctor), Colin Baker (The Doctor), Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Paul McGann (The Doctor) Sacha Dhawan (Joel Finch), Diane Morgan (Gabby Finch), Matthew Kelly (Michelangelo), Joe Jameson (Piero), Nicholas Briggs (Captain Kybo), Kiruna Stamell (Eliza Jenkins), Trevor Cooper (Jonathan Jaggers Esq), Tony Millan (Justice Burrows/Jonty), Sabina Franklyn (Herculania), Nicholas Pegg (Business Owner), Nisha Nayar (Zanzibar), Jonathan Firth (Cadwallader), Rebecca Callard (Shadrak), Giles Watling (The Sycorax Chief), Josette Simon (Sarana Teel), Dan Starkey (Jask), Christopher Ryan (General Stenk/Flitch), Sean Connolly (Tag Menkin/Ensign Stipe).
A special release for Big Finish's Doctor Who range, containing four single-episode stories! YOU ARE THE DOCTOR (by John Dorney). YOU are the Doctor, a mysterious traveller in time and space. Will YOU succeed in foiling the ghastly plans of the horrible Porcians, the most inept invaders in all the cosmos? Or will you get yourself killed, over and over again? COME DIE WITH ME (by Jamie Anderson). A spooky old house. A body in the library. A killer on the loose. The Doctor accepts the challenge laid down by the sinister Mr Norris: to solve a murder mystery that's defeated 1,868 of the greatest intellects in the universe...and counting. THE GRAND BETELGEUSE HOTEL (by Christopher Cooper). The TARDIS brings the Doctor and Ace to the most opulent casino hotel in the cosmos - a haunt of the rich, the famous and the unutterably corrupt. There's a robbery in progress - but is the Doctor really in on the plan? DEAD TO THE WORLD (by Matthew J Elliott). Tourist spaceship the Daedalus hangs suspended in space, all but three of its passengers having fallen victim to a bizarre infection. But if the Doctor saves those last survivors, he risks destroying the entire human race. Sylvester McCoy originally played the Doctor in 1987 - 1989, (then again in 1996) while his other work includes Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson's epic The Hobbit films. Sophie Aldred's Ace companion is often viewed as Doctor Who's first contemporary young friend for the Doctor, setting out the template followed in later years by Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) and Clara Oswald (Jenna-Louise Coleman). Jon Culshaw is not only a famous face from British television, but an even more famous voice: one of Britain's best impressionists on shows including Dead Ringers, The Impressionable Jon Culshaw and Horrible Histories. Writer Jamie Anderson is the son of Thunderbirds-creator Gerry. Jamie has not only produced a new series of Terrahawks audio adventures for Big Finish, but is working on a new Firestorm action adventure series coming soon to screens near you! CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Jon Culshaw (Keith/Guard/Chafal), Kim Wall (Chimbly), Nadine Marshall (Katrice/Kordel), Amrita Acharia (The Resurrectionist/Clerk), Juliet Cowan (Bryer/Adriana Beauvais), Oliver Dimsdale (Morecombe/Mervyn Garvey), George Potts (Ruben/Guard), Vinette Robinson (Cynthia Quince).
A new adventure for Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor, alongside Bonnie Langford and Sophie Aldred as 1980s companions Melanie Bush and Ace. Come to Ricosta! Tropical climate, untouched beaches, fabulous cuisine...and no extradition treaties. The perfect retirement planet for a certain type of 'business person' - such as Ms Melanie Bush, formerly the co-owner of the Iceworld emporium, now on the run from her former criminal associate's criminal associates. Some other former associates of Ms Bush are abroad in this space Costa del Crime, however. Not long ago, the time and space traveller known as the Doctor arrived here, alongside his sometimes-criminal associate, the reformed juvenile offender Ace. But now the Doctor's gone missing - and Melanie Bush is about to learn that on the planet Ricosta, the wages of sin...are death. Big Finish's main range of Doctor Who stories began in 1999, and has featured television Doctors Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann across its 214 tales.Sylvester McCoy originally played the Doctor in 1987 - 1989, (then again in 1996) while his other work includes Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson's epic The Hobbit films and is currently winning hearts in The Real Marigold Hotel. Companion Mel Bush is played by Bonnie Langford - a popular actor of stage and screen, currently featuring in BBC's top hit EastEnders. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Bonnie Langford (Mel), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Ginny Holder (Gloria/Secretary), Des McAleer (Lefty Lonnigan), Stephen Hagan (Nathan Later), Harry Myers (Atomon), John Banks (Mayor).
Sylvester McCoy stars as the seventh doctor in this double bill of three-part serials, both of which feature the character Ace (Sophie Aldred), from the BBC's long-running sci-fi show. In 'Dragonfire' the Doctor and Mel (Bonnie Langford) find themselves on the planet Svartos where they are forced by the evil, exiled Kane (Edward Peel) to search for the mysterious Dragonfire. Dragonfire is Kane's only chance to help mastermind a bitter revenge plot and escape home. In 'The Happiness Patrol' the Doctor and Ace arrive on planet Terra Alpha, ruled by Helen A (Sheila Hancock), where the inhabitants are sentenced to death by the Happiness Patrol if they display signs of sadness. The Doctor and Ace attempt to bring down Helen A's regime but first they will need to deal with her followers, including demented executioner the Kandy Man (David John Pope).
The planet Dashrah is a world of exceptional beauty. Historical ruins; colourful skies; swirling sunsets. Unsurprisingly, it's a major tourist trap. So if you want to visit Dashrah, first you'll have to visit Parking, the artificial planetoid that Galactic Heritage built next door. Parking, as its name implies, is a spaceship park. A huge spaceship park. A huge, enormous spaceship park. When the TARDIS materialises in Parking's Northern Hemisphere, the Doctor, Ace and Mel envisage a quick shuttle trip to the surface of Dashrah. But they've reckoned without the superzealous Wardens, and their robotic servitors...the sect of the Free Parkers, who wage war against the Wardens...the spontaneously combusting spaceships...and the terrifying secret that lies at the lowest of Parking's lower levels. The High Price of Parking is written by John Dorney, who wrote Doctor Who - Absent Friends for Big Finish, which won the 2017 BBC Drama Awards prize - and which was directed by Ken Bentley. Star Sylvester McCoy played the Doctor on television between 1987 and 1996, but is also recognised from such works as Peter Jackson's The Hobbit films. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred(Ace), Bonnie Langford (Mel Bush), Gabrielle Glaister (Cowley), Hywel Morgan (Kempton/ Tribesman), Kate Duchene (Regina/ Seraphim), Leighton Pugh (Fulton), Jack Monaghan (Dunne/ Selfdrive), James Joyce (Robowardens).
On 30th Century Earth, the Doctor and Bernice Summerfield encounter the Adjudicator Roz Forrester and her squire Chris Cwej. A warning from a dying alien leads the Doctor and Bernice to Earth. However Earth in this time period is not a good place to be. The murder rate is rising, but the killers seem to be acting without motive. The TARDIS crew's investigations lead them to a military training planet, a prison inside a star, and a terrifying old foe. And all the time they are being pursued - by two dogged Adjudicators who've stumbled onto a terrifying conspiracy. Chris Cwej and Roz Forrester. Things will never be the same again. Original Sin is based on the novel by Andy Lane from the Virgin New Adventures series of Doctor Who books. Sylvester McCoy originally played the Doctor in1987 - 1989, (then again in 1996) while his other work includes Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson's epic The Hobbit films. Yasmin Bannerman, playing Roz Forrester here, guest-starred in the first year of the revived Doctor Who, teaming up with the Ninth Doctor, Christopher Eccleston, in The End of the World.Lisa Bowerman's Benny Summerfield character was first created in this Virgin New Adventures series of books, but has since been found in a range of Big Finish audio plays both Doctor Who and eleven series of solo Benny adventures! Lisa is also a prolific director for Big Finish. Andy Lane, who wrote the original novel of Original Sin, is the creator of the popular series of children's books The Young Sherlock Holmes. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Lisa Bowerman (Bernice Summerfield), Yasmin Bannerman (Roz Forrester), Travis Oliver (Chris Cwej), Kim Wall (Beltempest), Philip Voss (Robot),Amrita Acharia(Rashid), Robbie Stevens (Dantalion), Jot Davies (Powerless).
A new adventure for Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor, alongside Bonnie Langford and Sophie Aldred as 1980s companions Melanie Bush and Ace. In search of "a taste of the real Spain", the TARDIS transports the Doctor, Ace and rejoined crewmember Mel not to sizzling Fuerteventura, or the golden sands of the Costa Brava - but to 1938, amid the horrors of the Spanish Civil War. Having fallen in with a rag-tag column of Republican soldiers, the time and space travellers seek shelter from Franco's bombers in the walled town of Farissa - only to discover themselves besieged by dead men returned to life. Big Finish's main range of Doctor Who stories began in 1999, and has featured television Doctors Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann across its 215 tales. Sylvester McCoy originally played the Doctor in 1987 - 1989, (then again in 1996) while his other work includes Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson's epic The Hobbit films and is currently winning hearts in The Real Marigold Hotel. Companion Mel Bush is played by Bonnie Langford - a popular actor of stage and screen, currently featuring in BBC's top hit EastEnders.Companion Ace, as played by Sophie Aldred, is popularly regarded as the prototype for the modern companions in the Doctor Who revival which returned to screens from 2005. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Bonnie Langford (Mel), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Enzo Squillino Jnr (Juan Romero), Christopher Hatherall (George Newman), Owen Aaronovitch (Antonio Ferrando/Control Unit), Tom Alexander (Luis/Phillipe).
The Doctor, Ace and Mel are caught in a forever night. After crossing the threshold, a strange world awaits them. An army of tortured souls. A lift that leads to an alien landscape. An alien warlord, left for dead, and willing to do anything to prolong his life... it's all in a day's work for the Doctor. But when his companions become victims of the desperate and powerful Arkallax, the Doctor will have to do battle in a psychic environment where he must make a choice. Save his companions... or himself.Big Finish have been producing Doctor Who audios since 1999, starring Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant and John Hurt. The Doctor in this story is played by Sylvester McCoy, familiar to many viewers and audiences not only as the Doctor, but most recently as Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson's blockbustingThe Hobbit movie trilogy! Although known to a generation of TV viewers as a significant talent in dance and light entertainment, Bonnie Langford's more recently been award-nominated for her work in BBC1's EastEnders. CAST: Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Bonnie Langford (Melanie Bush), Morgan Watkins (Ruck), Anna Mitcham (Jan), Stirling Gallacher (Isobel), Nick Ellsworth (Arkallax).
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