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February 19th, 2012 8 comments

Big Finish – Jago and Litefoot Series Four

Jago and Litefoot have been busy saving the world, so they haven’t noticed the enigmatic Professor Claudius Dark trailing their every move, and manipulating from the shadows… Until now.

A trip to the seaside and a night at the theatre hide a darker purpose, and as deadly foes gather Jago, Litefoot, Leela, Ellie and Sergeant Quick must stand together.

Because the sands of time are falling…

Four brand new stories featuring the investigators of infernal incidents, in one box set.

Jago in Love by Nigel Fairs

Beautiful Things by John Dorney

The Lonely Clock by Matthew Sweet

The Hourglass Killers by Justin Richards

Christopher Benjamin (Henry Gordon Jago), Trevor Baxter (Professor Litefoot), Louise Jameson (Leela), Colin Baker (Claudius Dark), Lisa Bowerman (Ellie), Elizabeth Counsell (Abigail Woburn), Alan Cox (Oscar Wilde), Victoria Alcock (Winnie O’Connor), Terry Molloy (Lord Ampthill), Christopher Beeny (Mr Kempston), Mike Grady (Mr Hardwick)

To buy or download Tthis CD or to see full details on this and other Audio CD’s and books go to the Big Finish Website Here

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Categorised under: Big Finish, CD, Jago and Litefoot

8 comments

  • CatManWho

    February 22nd, 2012 - 8:31pm

    We are very privileged to get this series at all let alone four series so far, the original Companion Chronicles “The Mahogany Murders” and a fifth series in the pipeline. My favourite “linked-to-Doctor-Who-spin-off”.

    [[These adventures feature an unlikely double act that helped to make The Talons of Weng-Chiang the classic it today – double acts were a key feature of writer Robert Holmes, who is widely regarded as the best classic Doctor Who writer by far]]

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    • booboo

      February 22nd, 2012 - 8:35pm

      i think they are terrific and Talons has always been my no.1 story, mainly for the acting by the entire cast and the atmosphere

    • CatManWho

      February 23rd, 2012 - 7:44am

      Talons is so many things. It draws to a close the finest production era of Doctor Who with the most entertaining story we have ever had. I have it as my personal “favourite” too, but believe the “best” story to be Pyramids for being the story with the least imperfections and Who’s most convincing unstoppable menace. Talons I think is the second best. I worry that some younger audiences might struggle with 6 episodes these days. But whatever else can be said, it is the most fun you can have watching Who and these audios extend the experience.

  • Anonymous

    February 22nd, 2012 - 6:46pm

    BOOBOO IN THE DOCTOR WHO ADVENTURES MAGZINGE IT SAID THAT Steven moffat first story was a 4 part aadventure staring tom baker

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    • the astronaut of death

      February 22nd, 2012 - 6:57pm

      i know i read when when he was a kid he wrote his own doctor who stories

    • Anonymous

      February 23rd, 2012 - 3:48pm

      great

  • alfred

    February 22nd, 2012 - 6:15pm

    does thesse star the doctor?

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    • booboo

      February 22nd, 2012 - 6:22pm

      no not these but they will be in 4th Doctor story

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