Doctor Who: Protect and Survive

Production details

  • First broadcast
  • BBC Radio 4 Extra
  • Sun 17 Nov 2013
  • Format
  • 120 min audio play
  • Production company
  • Big Finish Productions
  • Recording studio
  • The Moat Studios
  • Dates recorded
  • 9 & 10 January 2012
  • Date released
  • July 2012
  • Written by
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Directed by
  • Ken Bentley
  • Sound design & music
  • Wilfredo Acosta
  • Producer
  • David Richardson
  • Executive producers
  • Jason Haigh-Ellery
  • Nicholas Briggs
  • Cover art
  • Barry Piggott

Cast

  • The Doctor
  • Sylvester McCoy
  • Ace
  • Sophie Aldred
  • Hex
  • Philip Olivier
  • Albert
  • Ian Hogg
  • Peggy
  • Elizabeth Bennett
  • Moloch
  • Announcer
  • Peter Egan

Synopsis

Arriving in the North of England in the late 1980s, Ace and Hex seek refuge at the home of Albert and Peggy Marsden… in the last few hours before the outbreak of World War Three.

Meanwhile, the Doctor is missing. Will there be anyone left for him to rescue, when the bombs begin to fall?

Philip Olivier, Elizabeth Bennett, Ian Hogg, Sophie Aldred.

Doctor Who: The Oseidon Adventure

Production details

  • First broadcast
  • BBC Radio 4 Extra
  • Sat 20 June 2015
  • Format
  • 60 min audio play
  • Production company
  • Big Finish Productions
  • Recording studio
  • Audio Sorcery Studios
  • Date recorded
  • 19 August 2011
  • Date released
  • June 2012
  • Written by
  • Alan Barnes
  • Directed by
  • Ken Bentley
  • Sound design & music
  • Andy Hardwick
  • Producer
  • David Richardson
  • Executive producers
  • Jason Haigh-Ellery
  • Nicholas Briggs
  • Cover art
  • Marcus at Amazing 15

Cast

  • The Doctor
  • Tom Baker
  • Leela
  • Louise Jameson
  • The Master
  • Geoffrey Beevers
  • Colonel Spindleton
  • Michael Cochrane
  • Marshal Grimnal
  • Captain Clarke
  • Dan Starkey
  • Tyngworg
  • Warner
  • UNIT R/T Operator
  • John Banks

Synopsis

The first time the fearsome Kraals attempted to take over the Earth, with the help of their android agents, things didn’t go quite according to plan – thanks to the time-travelling alien Doctor and his allies at UNIT.

This time, Marshal Grinmal and his belligerent cohorts are ready for them. This time, they’ll make no mistakes. This time, Chief Scientist Tyngworg has not just one plan, but a back-up plan, and a back-up back-up plan worked out…

With the Doctor a prisoner on the Kraals’ radiation-blasted home planet of Oseidon, only his companion Leela can save the day – alongside a most unlikely ally.

Doctor Who: The Trail of the White Worm

Production details

  • First broadcast
  • BBC Radio 4 Extra
  • Sat 13 Jun 2015
  • Format
  • 60 min audio play
  • Production company
  • Big Finish Productions
  • Recording studio
  • Audio Sorcery Studios
  • Date recorded
  • 18 August 2011
  • Date released
  • May 2012
  • Written by
  • Alan Barnes
  • Directed by
  • Ken Bentley
  • Sound design & music
  • Andy Hardwick
  • Producer
  • David Richardson
  • Executive producers
  • Jason Haigh-Ellery
  • Nicholas Briggs
  • Cover art
  • Marcus at Amazing 15

Cast

  • The Doctor
  • Tom Baker
  • Leela
  • Louise Jameson
  • The Master
  • Geoffrey Beevers
  • Colonel Spindleton
  • Michael Cochrane
  • Demesne Furze
  • Rachael Stirling
  • Carswell
  • Mercenary
  • John Banks
  • Julie
  • Becci Gemmell
  • John
  • Mark Field

Synopsis

The legend dates back to Roman times, at least: a great White Worm, as wide as a man, slithers out of the rocks of the Dark Peak Gap to take animals, sometimes even children, for its food.

When the Doctor and Leela arrive in the wilds of Derbyshire, only to get caught up in the hunt for a missing girl, they soon discover that the legend of the Worm is very much alive – even now, in 1979.

Worse still, it seems that the Doctor isn’t the only renegade Time Lord on the trail of this deadly and mysterious Worm…

Doctor Who: The Wrath of the Iceni

Production details

  • First broadcast
  • BBC Radio 4 Extra
  • Sat 30 May 2015
  • Format
  • 60 min audio play
  • Production company
  • Big Finish Productions
  • Recording studio
  • Audio Sorcery Studios
  • Date recorded
  • 13 September 2011
  • Date released
  • March 2012
  • ISBN
  • 978-1-84435-614-0
  • Written by
  • John Dorney
  • Directed by
  • Ken Bentley
  • Sound design & music
  • Richard Fox & Lauren Yason
  • Producer
  • David Richardson
  • Executive producers
  • Jason Haigh-Ellery
  • Nicholas Briggs
  • Cover art
  • Amazing 15

Cast

  • The Doctor
  • Tom Baker
  • Leela
  • Louise Jameson
  • Boudica
  • Ella Kenion
  • Bragnar
  • Nia Roberts
  • Caedmon
  • Festucas
  • Michael Rouse
  • Pacquolas
  • Man
  • Daniel Hawksford

Synopsis

Britain. The height of the Roman occupation. The Doctor has brought Leela to ancient Norfolk to learn about her ancestors… but has no idea how much of an education she is going to get.

Because this is the time of Boudica’s rebellion. When the tribe of the Iceni rises up and attempts to overthrow the Roman masters.

As Leela begins to be swayed by the warrior queen’s words, the Doctor has to make a decision: save his friend… or save history  itself?

Doctor Who: The Renaissance Man

Production details

  • First broadcast
  • BBC Radio 4 Extra
  • Sat 23 May 2015
  • Format
  • 60 min audio play
  • Production company
  • Big Finish Productions
  • Recording studio
  • Audio Sorcery Studios
  • Date recorded
  • 17 August 2011
  • Date released
  • February 2012
  • Written by
  • Justin Richards
  • Directed by
  • Ken Bentley
  • Sound design & music
  • Jamie Robertson
  • Producer
  • David Richardson
  • Executive producers
  • Jason Haigh-Ellery
  • Nicholas Briggs
  • Cover art
  • Marcus at Amazing 15

Cast

  • The Doctor
  • Tom Baker
  • Leela
  • Louise Jameson
  • Harcourt
  • Ian McNeice
  • Jephson
  • Gareth Armstrong
  • Edward
  • Anthony Howell
  • Lizzie
  • Daisy Ashford
  • Beryl
  • Professor Hilda Lutterthwaite
  • Laura Molyneux
  • Dr Henry Carnforth
  • John Dorney

Synopsis

To continue Leela’s education, the Doctor promises to take her to the famous Morovanian Museum. But the TARDIS lands instead in a quiet English village, where they meet the enigmatic collector Harcourt and his family.

When people start to die, reality doesn’t appear quite what it was. There’s something sinister going on within the walls of Harcourt’s manor, and the stakes are higher than they can imagine.

The Doctor is about to discover that a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing.