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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Episode 07 - To Old Soldiers: Nicholas Courtney Special

In honor of the wonderful Nicholas Courtney, we take a look at his work with Big Finish, including The Spectre of Lanyon Moor by Nicholas Pegg, Minuet in Hell by Alan W. Lear and
Gary Russell, Zagreus by Gary Russell and Alan Barnes, Sympathy for the Devil by Jonathan Clements, Masters of War by Eddie Robson, UNIT: The Coup by Simon Guerrier, UNIT: Time Heals and UNIT: The Wasting by Iain McLaughlin and Claire Bartlett, Old Soldiers by James Swallow, The Three Companions by Marc Platt, and Oh No It Isn't! by Paul Cornell and adapted by Jacqueline Rayner. We also talk about some of our memories of Nicholas Courtney, and what made the Brigadier so special to Doctor Who.

"To absent friends, comrades in arms. To old soldiers."
RIP Nicholas Courtney. 16 December 1929 – 22 February 2011
You will be missed.

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.mp3, 47.4 MB

Monday, February 7, 2011

Episode 06 - Crisp Solidarity

Yet another month has gone by, so once again Little Finish is here with reviews of wonderful Big Finish audios. In this episode we review The Crimes of Thomas Brewster by Jonathan Morris, Prisoner of the Sun by Eddie Robson, Peri and the Piscon Paradox by Nev Fountain, and Jago and Litefoot series two with stories by Justin Richards, Mark Morris, Jonathan Morris, and Andy Lane. Denise and Mar also take part in a moment of crisp solidarity. What is crisp solidarity, you may be asking? You'll have to listen to see. Er, hear, rather.

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.mp3, 34.3 MB

Monday, January 17, 2011

Episode 05 - Opposite Day

This month we review the Big Finish Productions releases for the month of December, including Quinnis and Relative Dimensions by Marc Platt, the subscriber only release The Four Doctors by Peter Anghelides, The Demons of Red Lodge and Other Stories by Jason Arnopp, Rick Briggs, William Gallagher, and John Dorney, and Prison in Space by Dick Sharples and adapted by Simon Guerrier. We also talk a bit about the upcoming Gallifrey One convention in California next month.

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.mp3, 55.9 MB

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Episode 04 - Space Whale TARDIS on a Bicycle

After a month away, we're back to discuss the November Big Finish Doctor Who audio releases! This month we review the subscriber only release of Lepidoptery for Beginners, written by John Dorney, A Town Called Fortune by Paul Sutton, Lurkers at Sunlight's Edge by Marty Ross, The Resurrection of Mars by Jonathan Morris, and Short Trips Volume 1, with stories by George Mann, David A McEwan, Jamie Hailstone, Damian Sawyer, Ally Kennen, Colin Baker, Adam Smith, and Dorothy Koomson. You can be sure to expect the usual sort of nonsense from us as well, this time with bonus revolution scheming and an in-depth discussion on accent preferences.

So please download, listen, and enjoy! And remember, we want to hear from you! Any questions, concerns, comments, or what-have-you! Feel free to leave comments here on the site, email us at, or follow us on twitter.

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.mp3, 51.8 MB

Friday, October 22, 2010

Episode 03 - Watching the Audios

Another exciting month means another exciting podcast! This time we review last month's Find and Replace by Paul Magrs as well as the releases for this month, which include The Invasion of E-Space by Andrew Smith, Deimos by Jonathan Morris, and A Death in the Family by Steven Hall. Between these four (four!) reviews, you'll also hear about the many reasons Denise is going to be kicked out of fandom, the many ways the Doctor can be dumb at times, and of course, the many ways we love Colin Baker.

As always, please download and enjoy, and let us know what you think! You can email us at, send us a tweet on Twitter, or even leave a comment right here!

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.mp3, 43.8 MB

Friday, September 24, 2010

Episode 02 - There's Just Something About Colin Baker

It's that time again! Our second episode features reviews for some of the September releases, including The Cradle of the Snake, written by Marc Platt, Project: Destiny by Cavan Scott and Mark Wright, The Book of Kells by Barnaby Edwards, as well as a mini-review of Dead and Buried, the animated Bernice Summerfield adventure by Eddie Robson, John Ainsworth, and Alex Mallinson. You'll hear things like running and robots, the Adventures of Turlough the Sheep, an open invitation to Colin Baker to join us whenever he would like, and even a brand new addition to our show, the ever lovely Mar.

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.mp3, 43 MB