The Avengers: Lost Episodes vol 4

Production details

  • Format
  • 4 × 60 min audio plays
  • Production company
  • Big Finish Productions
  • Recording studio
  • The Moat Studios
  • Dates recorded
  • 19, 20, 22, & 23 Jan 2015
  • Date released
  • June 2015
  • Written by
  • James Mitchell
  • Lewis Davidson
  • Richard Harris
  • Eric Paice
  • Adapted by
  • John Dorney
  • Justin Richards
  • Directed by
  • Ken Bentley
  • Sound design
  • Richard Fox & Lauren Yason
  • Music
  • Toby Hrycek-Robinson
  • Producer
  • David Richardson
  • Executive producers
  • Jason Haigh-Ellery
  • Nicholas Briggs
  • Cover art
  • Anthony Lamb

Cast

  • Dr David Keel
  • Anthony Howell
  • John Steed
  • Julian Wadham
  • Carol Wilson
  • Lucy Briggs-Owen
  • Kill the King
  • One-Ten
  • Dan Starkey
  • King Tenuphon
  • Ta Pai
  • Lobo Chan
  • General Tuke
  • Richard Cordery
  • Prince Serrakit
  • U-Meng
  • Suchong
  • Ozzie Yue
  • Mei-Li
  • Lourdes Faberes
  • Zoe Carter
  • Karina Fernandez
  • Major Harrington
  • Adrian Lukis
  • Ingrid Storm
  • Elizabeth Morton
  • Crichton-Bull
  • Detective
  • Steward
  • Matthew Cottle
  • A Change of Bait
  • Archie Duncan
  • Oliver Cotton
  • Potts
  • Phillip Bretherton
  • Herb
  • Sampson
  • Helper
  • Man
  • Andrew Dickens
  • Charlie
  • Barker
  • Daniel O'Meara
  • Bryan
  • Dan Starkey
  • Ivy
  • Pro
  • Karina Fernandez
  • Fletcher
  • Andre
  • Michael Chance
  • Hunt the Man Down
  • Frank Preston
  • Tim Treloar
  • Stella Preston
  • Nurse Wyatt
  • Operator
  • Elizabeth Morton
  • Stacey
  • Police Inspector
  • Mark Bonnar
  • Rocky
  • Prison Warder
  • Robbie Stevens
  • Dead of Winter
  • Weber
  • Harry Myers
  • Willi
  • Brennan
  • One-Ten
  • Dan Starkey
  • Margarita
  • Inez
  • Karina Fernandez
  • Kreuzer
  • Robbie Stevens
  • Schneider
  • Harry
  • Ted
  • Daniel Hoffmann-Gill
  • Syd
  • Adrian Lukis
  • Cold Storage Manager
  • Richard Cordery
  • Barman
  • Matthew Cottle

Synopsis

Steed and Dr Keel return to action in audio adaptations of classic lost television episodes. The fourth of seven volumes that recreate on audio all 26 episodes of the first series of The Avengers (originally broadcast in 1961) most of which is now sadly lost.

Anthony Howell, Lourdes Faberes, Lobo Chan, Ozzie Yue, Matthew Cottle, Richard Cordery, Adrian Lukis, Julian Wadham.

Kill the King

Written by James Mitchell

When the King of an unstable Far Eastern country visits the UK to sign an oil treaty, Steed is assigned to his protection and discovers that assassins lurk around every corner.

A Change of Bait

Written by Lewis Davidson

Carol’s landlord has got into a lot of trouble with a shipment of bananas and a crooked businessman. Fortunately Steed and Keel are hot on the heels of insurance fraudsters and might just be able to save him.

Hunt the Man Down

Written by Richard Harris

When Frank Preston is released from prison the race is on to find his hidden loot. Can Steed and Keel survive warring gangsters to return the stolen property and rescue a kidnapped Carol?

Dead of Winter

Written by Eric Paice

When the frozen body of a Neo-Nazi is discovered at the docks, Steed and Keel get involved with a fascist organisation developing an apocalyptic plan.

 

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The Avengers: Lost Episodes vol 3

Production details

  • Format
  • 4 × 60 min audio plays
  • Production company
  • Big Finish Productions
  • Recording studio
  • The Moat Studios
  • Dates recorded
  • 2, 3, 9 & 10 Apr 2014
  • Date released
  • January 2015
  • Written by
  • John Whitney & Geoffrey Bellman
  • Patrick Campbell
  • Gerald Verner
  • Bill Strutton
  • Adapted by
  • John Dorney
  • Directed by
  • Ken Bentley
  • Sound design
  • Richard Fox & Lauren Yason
  • Music
  • Toby Hrycek-Robinson
  • Producer
  • David Richardson
  • Executive producers
  • Jason Haigh-Ellery
  • Nicholas Briggs
  • Cover art
  • Anthony Lamb

Cast

  • Dr David Keel
  • Anthony Howell
  • John Steed
  • Julian Wadham
  • Carol Wilson
  • Lucy Briggs-Owen
  • The Springers
  • One-Ten
  • Straker
  • Dan Starkey
  • Melanie
  • Miranda Raison
  • Caroline
  • Sarah Lark
  • Neame
  • Pheeney
  • Peter Barrett
  • Groves
  • Arthur
  • Derek Hutchinson
  • Lisa
  • Emily Joyce
  • Jessup
  • Angus Wright
  • Skewer
  • Nick Hendrix
  • Fenton
  • Bryan Pilkington
  • Prison Governor
  • Philip Pope
  • Elton
  • Geoffrey Breton
  • Haslam
  • Mark Goldthorpe
  • Prison Officer
  • Derek Ezenagu
  • The Yellow Needle
  • Sir Wilberforce Lunghi
  • Asiedu
  • Geff Francis
  • Jacquetta Brown
  • Maggie Service
  • Bai Shebro
  • Derek Ezenagu
  • Judith
  • Jacqueline Boatswain
  • Ali
  • Inspector Anthony
  • Robert Duncan
  • Sergeant
  • Nick Hendrix
  • Porter
  • Bryan Pilkington
  • Operator
  • Jessica Martin
  • Double Danger
  • One-Ten
  • Bartholomew
  • Dan Starkey
  • Brady
  • Angus Wright
  • Mills
  • Nick Hendrix
  • Lola
  • Jessica Martin
  • Bruton
  • Bryan Pilkington
  • Dew
  • Superintendent
  • Peter Barrett
  • Crawford
  • Derek Hutchinson
  • Maid
  • Jacqueline Boatswain
  • Toy Trap
  • Bunty
  • Fiona Sheehan
  • May
  • Sarah Lark
  • Ann
  • Alice
  • Harriet Hare
  • Henry
  • Philip Pope
  • McCabe/Meyer
  • Jacqueline Boatswain
  • Johnnie
  • Geoffrey Breton
  • Freddie
  • Mark Goldthorpe
  • Girl
  • Miranda Raison
  • Tannoy
  • Emily Joyce
  • Chrissie
  • Maggie Service
  • Tobacconist
  • Derek Ezenagu
  • Photographer
  • Robert Duncan

Synopsis

Steed and Dr Keel return to action in audio adaptations of classic lost television episodes. The third of seven volumes that recreate on audio all 26 episodes of the first series of The Avengers (originally broadcast in 1961) most of which is now sadly lost.

Anthony Howell, Lucy Briggs-Owen, Julian Wadham.

The Springers

Written by John Whitney & Geoffrey Bellman

Steed and Keel go undercover to try and crack a prison escape route.

The Yellow Needle

Written by Patrick Campbell

An attempt is made on the life of Sir Wilberforce Lungi, the Prime Minister of an African country on the verge of independence, and Steed and Keel attempt to expose his enemies.

Double Danger

Written by Gerald Verner

A dangerous attempt to discover a cache of stolen diamonds goes badly wrong, and Keel is captured by a criminal gang.

Toy Trap

Written by Bill Strutton

Keel is charged with keeping an eye on the daughter of a friend. But it soon becomes clear that all is not well at her place of employment, a department store in London.

 

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