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Published on February 3rd, 2011 | by Meredith Burdett

More Big Finish for £5!

Those lovely people at Big Finish have decided to be very generous again and added more of their fantastic Doctor Who offerings to the “Big Finish for a fiver” range for us to enjoy!

First up is the excellent The Council of Nicaea, with the Fifth Doctor, Peri and Erimem. The trio find themselves involved in events in 325 AD and things get worse by the minute…the second offering comes in the form of Exotron, a Fifth Doctor and Peri adventure set on a distant colony in the future where the native species are far from happy with the terraformers. This three part play also contains a one part adventure entitled Urban Myths.

Next up is a Sixth Doctor adventure The Wishing Beast, where the Doctor and Mel encounter two elderly sisters on an isolated asteroid. Scared? You will be… This is again a three part play that has a bonus one part story called The Vanity Box where the Doctor looks into mysterious goings on in a beauty salon.

Finally, there are two Seventh Doctor stories to enjoy as well. The first is Red, where the Doctor and Mel arrive on the Needle; they quickly draw the attention of locals by being the only two people capable of doing harm to others. The second play is Valhalla, where the Seventh Doctor (travelling alone) finds trouble on Jupiter’s premier moon in the form of power cuts, monthly riots and a termite problem…

Also available for a small amount of time will be the three Doctor Who stage plays that where adapted by Big Finish. These are The Ultimate Adventure, Seven Keys to Doomsday and Curse of the Daleks.

Head over to www.bigfinish.com/big-finish-for-a-fiver to purchase one of these beauties now!

Remember, once they’re gone, they’re gone so you’ll want to take full advantage of this generous offer bearing in mind that all of these stories are fantastic!

The offer ends March 31st 2011.

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What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!




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