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April 30th, 2021 3 comments

Big Finish The Lone Centurion Volume 2

Available to order from www.bigfinish.com

Rory of the Round Table

Sir Rory to the rescue! The Lone Centurion is back in Volume Two: Camelot, set for release in July 2022.

This second volume of full-cast audio adventures finds Rory Williams in the court of King Arthur, where wizardry and quests await him, all whilst he protects the Pandorica. This box set also features Hugh Skinner (W1A, Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again) as Sir Lancelot, Luyanda Unati Lewis-Nyawo (Devs, The War Master) as Queen Guinevere, Sam Stafford (The Box of Delights, Philip Hinchcliffe Presents) as King Arthur and Richard Clifford (It’s A Sin, The Crown) as Merlin.

The cast are completed by Barnaby Edwards (Gallifrey, Sherlock Holmes), Rosie Baker (Torchwood, The Sixth Doctor Adventures), Harley Viveash (The Robots, Cicero), Maanuv Thiara (Line of Duty), Henry Nott (The War Master, Cicero) and Tom Alexander (UNIT, The Eighth Doctor Adventures).

The Lone Centurion – Volume Two: Camelot is now available to pre-order as a collector’s edition CD (at £19.99) or digital download (at £16.99), at www.bigfinish.com.

Rory Williams – the Lone Centurion. A man trapped in a body not his own and stranded in history. His one job is to guard the Pandorica, the tomb of his fiancée. But life gets in the way, even when you’re immortal.


The Once and Future Nurse by Alfie Shaw

Camelot is in trouble. Lancelot is wounded and Merlin warns that dark times are ahead. The wizard’s convinced the solution lies in the mythical Pandorica. Meanwhile, Lancelot owes his life to a humble servant named Rory.

The Glowing Warrior by Tim Foley


Arise Sir Rory! Every new knight must embark upon a quest, and soon Sir Rory (and his noble squire Lancelot) head out to solve the mystery of the Glowing Knight and save a damsel in distress. But are they walking into a trap?

The Last King of Camelot by Kate Thorman


Camelot is under attack. Arthur and Guinevere have fled and Merlin’s direst prophecies have come true. Can Rory prevail before the kingdom falls?

Director and producer Scott Handcock said: “It was lovely reintroducing Rory to the Doctor Who universe in the first volume of The Lone Centurion and now we follow the character a few centuries on to his adventures in Camelot. It’s a brilliant backdrop for an alternative-timeline universe. We get to play with the legend of King Arthur and have assembled a brilliant supporting cast alongside our other Arthur (Darvill) including Sam Stafford, Luyanda Unati Lewis-Nyawo, Richard Clifford and a scene-stealing performance from Hugh Skinner as Lancelot!”

The Lone Centurion – Volume Two: Camelot is now available to pre-order as a collector’s edition CD (at £19.99) or digital download (at £16.99), exclusively from the Big Finish website.

Big Finish listeners can save money by ordering both volumes of The Lone Centurion: Rome & Camelot together in a bundle for £38 on CD or £33 on download.

Please note that Big Finish is currently operating a digital-first release schedule. The mail-out of collector’s edition CDs may be delayed due to factors beyond our control, but all purchases of this release unlock a digital copy that can be immediately downloaded or played on the Big Finish app from the release date.


Categorised under: Big Finish, CD, spin-offs

3 comments

  • Vortexsurfer

    April 30th, 2021 - 9:05pm

    So we’re just ignoring canon then? After all the groundwork laid in Battlefield, we finally have a wonderful opportunity to have Merlin played by Sylvester McCoy or Paul McGann…

    Reply
    • Phasergrim

      April 30th, 2021 - 9:41pm

      The Lone Centurion box sets don’t take place in the normal universe. Remember the museum exhibits in The Big Bang. Time was going wrong. Hence he license to do whatever here.

    • Anonymous

      May 12th, 2021 - 8:25am

      The knights of Battlefield came from an alternate dimension though, not history. Also this is Doctor who, canon was thrown out of the window a long long time ago.

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