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Leela Returns!

Here’s some news that will get fans of the recent Jago and Litefoot series excited; after the success of the first two seasons, a third has been recorded and is currently in post production for a release in June 2011. If that isn’t enough to get your motor running then lets add to the mix Louise Jameson who will be joining as a regular cast member… playing Leela!

The savage is back on earth for a new series of adventures with her old friends! Sent by the Time Lords on a mission to investigate a corruption in time. Producer David Richardson explained:

“Something is corrupting time on Earth, the planet is in grave danger and Leela again teams up with Jago and Litefoot to urgently locate the source of the problem.”

Staring with Dead Men’s Tales by Justin Richards which sees the trio encounter dead sailors that have risen from their watery graves in the River Thames, the new series follows on with The Man at the End of the Garden by Matthew Sweet in which a young girl’s imaginary friend gives the trio some trouble! Swan Song by John Dorney is described as “an unusual twist on a ghost story and finally the series climaxes Chronoclasm by Andy Lane in which everything comes to a stunning climax!

This is going to be a very exciting series and will no doubt please fans old and new this summer. You can preorder the wonderful five disc box set for a meagre £30.00 from www.bigfinish.com.



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