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May 21st, 2024 6 comments

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Big Finish The Eighth Doctor Time War Uncharted Reflections

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The Eighth Doctor heads deeper into the Time War

Paul McGann, Emma Campbell Jones and Sonny McGann star in Time War Uncharted: Reflections, a brand-new box set of full-cast audio drama due for release in October.

The last time we encountered the Time War era version of the Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann), in 2023’s box set Cass, he was travelling with his great grandson Alex (Sonny McGann) and starship pilot Cass Fermazzi (Emma Campbell-Jones) – until Cass became lost in time and space.

The story continues in Time War Uncharted: Reflections, the first in a new series of box sets in which the currrently separated time travellers all find themselves thrust further into the inescapable horrors of the Last Great Time War.

The Doctor and his great-grandson Alex have been reunited amid the Time War. Splintered timelines draw them ever closer to another fellow traveller. Does Cass’s destiny lie in the TARDIS?

As the Time War rages, the Doctor enters uncharted territory – where any ‘friends’ they meet might not be what they seem…

Listeners may remember Cass from her debut appearance in 2013 TV minisode The Night of the Doctor, in which she met the Eighth Doctor shortly before his regeneration. Time War Uncharted will bring the two of them ever closer to that fateful final meeting – though, due to events yet to be revealed, it will seem to be their first.

Time War Uncharted: Reflections is available to pre-order now for just £24.99 (collector’s edition CD + download) or £19.99 (download only).

The four episodes in this box set are:

  • Nowhere, Never by Katharine Armitage
  • The Road Untravelled by Tim Foley
  • Cass-cade by James Moran
  • Borrow or Rob by Tim Foley

Producer David Richardson said: “A new start in the Time War, with our now-established team of the Eighth Doctor, Cass and Alex. I loved the chemistry between this trio in the previous box set, Cass, and so it was inevitable we should get them back together and send them off in new directions. The journey is just beginning and it’s crashing towards some unexpected turns…”

If you need to catch up on the story so far, you can pre-order Time War Uncharted: Reflections as a bundle with the previous The Eighth Doctor: Time War box set, Cass, for just £48 (collector’s edition CD + download) or £39 (download only).

All the above prices include the special pre-order discount and are subject to change after general release.

Categorised under: Big Finish, CD, The 8th Doctor



  • OpenTheWatch

    May 24th, 2024 - 2:16pm

    Personally love this series, so I glad it’s carrying on. 8 is my favourite, so more of him in any series and in any form is always a must for me. A lack of Daleks on the cover and in the synopsis makes it look like it’s going in a different direction to most of the other stories. A fresh take is needed, as much as I’ve enjoyed this series so far, a change or pace and direction was going to be needed at some point, so I’m glad that it’s done that before it boring for me.

  • Bellal

    May 23rd, 2024 - 3:34pm

    I was under the impression that the 8th Doctor Time War range would only include and end with the initial run of four boxsets. They were announced as a prequel to the at-the-time current War Doctor John Hurt range. Fatigue has definitely set in for me and I only got into big finish via Only the Monstrous. That War Doctor range is still the best the company have done with the Time War for me. For some reason the 8th Doctor range always felt a bit flat.

  • DDD

    May 23rd, 2024 - 2:18pm

    BF Fatigue is a very real syndrome nowadays. Theyve done so much its become meaningless.

  • Bob James

    May 22nd, 2024 - 10:33pm

    I am starting to wonder, Time War and all it’s timey-wimey elements and all, just how many adventures the Doctor who “will not fight” actually had in the Time War prior to his regeneration.

    • Anomie

      May 23rd, 2024 - 1:51pm

      As many as bf can get away with

    • More then 2 alphabets

      May 24th, 2024 - 4:26pm

      If you listen to a certain story, it has been explained that the 8th Doctor has lost most of his memory of the time war (by choice), so that he has the will to keep going.

      The audios and TV have also explained that time during the war was CONSTANTLY being altered and undone so memory is lost, even the time Lords were effected.

      We also have a 11th doctor audio that sees the actions of 8 but 11 has no memory of it

      It’s all there……just got to listen

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