A huge range of CDs from full dramatisations, talking books, music soundtracks and radio dramas.
Steed and Dr Keel return to action in these recreations of classic lost episodes.
Steel and Mrs Peel are re-united in recreations of the comic strip adventures which appeared in Diana magazine in 1966 and 1967.
Featuring many "missing episodes" from the BBC TV series with linking narration and unique radio and other audio productions of Doctor Who.
Initially a range of Doctor Who "spin-off" audio adventures, this series now includes stand alone sci-fi dramas. Many titles have been re-issued on CD-R by BBV and are available exclusively through Galaxy Four. For a limited time single CD releases are 6.99 with doubles at 9.99
One-time Doctor Who companion from the Virgin novel range, Lisa Bowerman is Professor Bernice Summerfield in a series of exciting original dramas on CD.
Unbound: New Doctors in new situations. A mini series of single CD stand alone plays that are thematically linked by the question "What if...?" UNIT: The adventures of the UNIT team from when The Doctor isn't around to help out.
Unabridged classic readings of classic Doctor Who novelisations
These Commentary CDs can be enjoyed on their own or played in conjunction with the official BBC DVD release. They contain no BBC copyrighted elements and do not feature audio from the episodes themselves.
Each release is a new Doctor Who story as told by one of the Doctor's companions played by the actor who portrayed the role in the Classic Doctor Who TV series. Although essentially a talking book, each production includes dramatised sequences featuring a second actor and boasts sound-effects and an original music score.
Avengers, The Omega Factor, Terrahawks, Survivors, plus much more.
Released monthly in 2013 until the anniversary month of November, these new audios will be dramatised readings, featuring stars from every era of the BBC series new and old alongside fresh new voices.
Extras to the main Big Finish range
An array of brand new four-part stories set during the early days of Doctor Who, told through narration and a full cast of actors, including the surviving leads who reprise their original roles. The black and white era of Doctor Who returns on audio!