Prologue to The Minister of Chance

5 minute mini move available now.

The short low-budget Prologue to The Minister of Chance starring Paul McGann and Tim McInnerny. The full award-winning audio movie series is available from Audible.

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The Minister of Chance Episode 4 Trailer

The Minister Of Chance is a FREE to download audio production, made by professionals for fans of Science Fiction audio.

Funding is raised via ‘crowdsourcing’ but you do not have to donate to listen!

Please check out this trailer for Episode 4, which will be available as a free download soon.

You can contribute to episode 5 now – see here for details.

Big Finish Titles Coming Feb / March 2011 pt1

Doctor Who- Short Trips Vol 2:

Doctor Who Short Trips 2

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1963 by Niall Boyce
The Doctor takes Ian and Barbara back to Earth but the clocks have stopped and the city is silent.

The Way Forwards by Steve Case

Chaos ensues when a young boy discovers time travel for a science project.

Walls of Confinement by Lawrence Conquest
A young boy?s life is in danger as the Doctor comes face to face with a deadly predator.

Chain Reaction by Darren Goldsmith
One single coin can set off a fascinating sequence of events? if you?re a Time Lord.

Sock Pig by Sharon Cobb and Iain Keiller
The Doctor investigates why toy animals are mysteriously coming to life in a young woman?s house.

The Doctor?s Coat by John Bromley
One of the Doctor?s prized possessions goes missing on an alien planet.

Critical Mass by James Moran
Ghosts are appearing in the halls as a war machine is primed for devastation.

Letting Go by Simon Guerrier
Charley learns a lot about the Doctor when she visits the family of a dead hero.

Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor? Adventures ? 4.09 Lucie Miller

Doctor Who - Lucy Miller

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A new adventure in time and space for the Eighth Doctor(Paul Mcgann) and his companions Tamsin and Lucie.
Anyone remember Lucie Miller? No-nonsense girl from Blackpool ? liked a laugh, said it like it was, hung around
with a time-travelling, frock-coat-wearing ponce for a while?
That Lucie Miller now lives a desperate existence in a future Earth devastated by the Daleks ? crippled, hungry
and homeless. She used to hope the Doctor might come back? but every day he doesn?t, a little bit more of her
Poor Lucie Miller. She?s beginning to think that the Daleks have got it right.
Resistance is useless.

1 CD approx 60 mins

Doctor Who: The Companion Chronicals ? 5.08 The Perpetual Bond

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A new adventure with the First Doctor, as told by his companion, Steven.

When the TARDIS materializes in a familiar junkyard in the 1960s, the Doctor and Steven are soon embroiled in a mystery in the City of London. Who are the mysterious bowler-hatted businessmen with their deadly umbrellas?

And what secret is young Oliver Harper desperately trying to conceal?
Contracts have been signed. A deal is in place. And the Doctor discovers that perhaps not even he can stop a terrible business.


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THIRD IN the run of brand new Eighth Doctor adventures is The Beast of Orlok, which finds the Doctor (Paul McGann) and Lucie Miller (Sheridan Smith) in Germany, where they encounter a creature unlike anything either of them has seen before. Like the previous stories, The Beast of Orlok will be released on CD, but customers who can?t wait until May for that will be able to buy part one on Saturday 4th April – with part two the following week – from the Big Finish website ( Each episode premieres at 6pm.

Writer and director Barnaby Edwards has assembled a fantastic guest cast, including Miriam Margolyes as Frau Tod: ?a no-nonsense landlady who has a sharp tongue and a mean left hook? and Samuel Barnett as her son Hans. ?Nothing can quite prepare you for the extraordinary firecracker of energy, talent, humour, intelligence and generosity that is Miriam Margolyes,? enthuses Edwards. ?I think it took most of us less than half an hour to
progress from initial discombobulation to undying admiration. If I could choose one person to work with for the rest of my life, it would be Miriam. She’s a cosmic phenomenon in human form.?
As for Barnett, ?I cast Sam on the strength of his central performance in Alan Bennett’s The History Boys, for which he received both a Tony and Olivier award nomination. I wanted someone young, articulate, witty, intelligent and sincere for the role of Hans. Sam has those qualities in spades.?
As for Edwards? biggest triumph, ?In keeping with the Hollywood Gothic feel of The Beast of Orlok, I wanted to do a full-blown filmic montage in the style of those old Universal Studios horror movies like The Bride of Frankenstein. But it’s a very tricky device to achieve, especially when you don’t have any visuals to help you out: the danger is that it becomes unclear where the various sets of characters are at any one time. I spent days working out the precise pacing and aural scene transitions, and it took a great deal of work in post-production, but I’m delighted with the result.?