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Published on May 27th, 2011 | by Meredith Burdett

Big Finish Classics on Sale!

There are so many reasons to get into the Big Finish Doctor Who audio plays. The biggest reason is because they’re absolutely brilliant. When Doctor Who was off the air for what seemed like an eternity, Big Finish kept the dream alive by producing quality scripts with a massive heart.

And for a limited time only, you can experience the first fifty months of the company coming together and finding its own.

For a short time (we mean short, June 9th until June 11th!), Big Finish are offering the first fifty of their Doctor Who audio’s for only five pounds apiece!

This means that without having to spend all of your money, you can get some of the finest Doctor Who dramas available.

Choose between Doctor’s five to eight to listen in on unseen and brilliant adventures that never happened on screen. The Eighth Doctor’s first two seasons culminating with the fortieth anniversary adventure, Zagreus. The origin of the Cybermen in Spare Parts, the return of an old enemy in Dust Breeding and the introduction of new companions in stories such as The Marian Conspiracy and The Eye of the Scorpion.

When these titles cease to be available for five pound on June 11th don’t worry because on that very day Big Finish will hold an event, Big Finish Day, with guests such as Colin Baker, Katy Manning and Nicholas Briggs.

And on that special day that you can attend there will also be a huge number of Big Finish products at very lovely prices!

This is all leading up to the annual Big Finish sales which runs for the month of June so don’t get left out, head over to www.bigfinish.com for more details!

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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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