Fans Doctor Who, Dark Shadows and Blake Seven rejoice!! New audio titles have arrived at Annie’s!!
Up first this months Doctor Who The Lost Stories #3.7 features Carol Ann Ford and William Russell performing The Masters of Luxor. A story featuring William Hartnell’s First Doctor that never made it to the small screen. Written by Anthony Coburn and adapted to audio by Nigel Robinson.
The TARDIS is drawn to a mysterious signal emanating from a seemingly dead world. Trapped within a crystalline structure, the Doctor and his friends inadvertently wake a vast army of robots that have lain dormant for many, many years. Waiting… for the Masters of Luxor.
The Perfect One wants to become more than just a mockery of a man, and will stop at nothing to achieve it. But will the cost prove too great?
The travellers are about to uncover a horrifying tragedy. A tragedy that threatens to engulf them all.
For fans of the current Doctor Who television series are in for a treat. This month’s Big Finish Dark Shadows release features outgoing companion Arthur Darvill performing #28 Speak No Evil as Tad Collins.
Tad Collins, a man haunted by an unhappy childhood, is rich, arrogant and so terribly lonely.
Marie Olson, the tattooed lady, is haunted by a past that she has tried to escape.
Naturally, they hate each other.
But when a mysterious and sinister clown breaks into Collinwood to steal a book on the occult, Tad and Marie have to work together.
They don’t realise, though, that the clown has plans for them both…
Doctor Who #163 Black and White Starring Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor alongside Sophie Aldred as Ace, Philip Oliver as Hex alongside Stuart Milligan (Richard Nixon from The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon), Maggie O’Neill and Amy Pemberton. The TARDIS arrives in the land of the Danes, where a young warrior seeks to rid the kingdom of Hrothgar from a cruel and terrifying demon. The brave young warrior is Beowulf; the monster is Grendel… or so his name will one day be written. But what’s written down in black and white is sometimes very far from the truth – as the Doctor knows, and his companions are about to discover.
The Companion Chronicles #7.02 feautres Wendy Padbury performing the Second Doctor story The Uncertainty Principle. In the future, Zoe Heriot is a prisoner of the mysterious Company, which has evidence that she travelled through space and time with the Doctor. Zoe’s memories have been blocked by the Time Lords, but the Company is determined to break through this conditioning…
And so Zoe recalls a journey to Earth in the past, to the funeral of a young woman called Meg, who was involved in scientific experiments that are bringing forth sinister alien creatures. Only the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe can stop them…
Finally in new releases, Gareth Thomas, Paul Darrow, Jacqueline Pearce and Jan Chappell perform Blake Seven The Liberator Chronicles: Volume 2. Three enhanced audiobooks performed by the stars of the classic BBC television series. These stories are set during Series 2.
The Magnificent Four by Simon Guerrier Starring Jan Chapell as Cally and Paul Darrow as Avon
A mission to steal data from the planet Mogul goes badly wrong when Cally and Avon are outflanked and outgunned. And then they are teleported to safety – to an alien spaceship stolen from The System, which is crewed by Gilden Trent and his small team of rebels.
For Avon it’s the opportunity to start over again without Blake.
But can Trent be trusted?
False Positive by Eddie Robson Starring Gareth Thomas as Blake and Beth Chalmers as Lian
Dr Lian has a mysterious new patient – a man who was found shot in the leg near Engel City, a man who is delirious and talking about the most extraordinary acts of rebellion.
She prescribes drugs and the use of the alleviator – a device that will dig deep into his memories – to unlock the truth about Carlin Guzan.
But the truth that she exposes is far more shocking than she bargained for…
Wolf by Nigel Fairs Starring Jacqueline Pearce as Servalan, Jan Chappell as Cally and Anthony Howell as Nyrron
“I heard his death cry. I felt it. And there was a word. ‘Wolf’. You, Servalan. You were the “Wolf”. You killed him. I want to know why.”
Some time ago, Blake and his crew were helped by a revered Auron scientist named Gustav Nyrron. He stayed aboard the Liberator for a time, and then disappeared.
Cally wants to know what happened to Nyrron, and only Servalan knows the answers.
So come on down to Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester and pick up one of these great titles today!!