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Another Chance Would Be a Fine Thing

Thanks to you The Minster of Chance – the radiophonic drama funded entirely by fans donations – will return in a new episode to be recorded this Autumn.

Posting on The Minister of Chance Facebook Page Executive Producer Clare Eden and Writer, Director, Producer Dan Freeman thanked fans for making the series such a phenomenal success.

The series which has received praise from comic book legend Warren Ellis (Red), the Gene Genie himself Philip Glennister (Life on Mars) and many others, stars Jenny Agutter, Paul Darrow, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann and features the character the Minster of Chance, a Time Lord who first appeared in the Seventh Doctor webcast Death Comes to Time played by Stephen Fry.

Now regenerated into Julian Wadham the series plans to run for six episodes provide fans enthusiasm continues to grow for it.

You can listen to the prologue on Youtube now.

So if you find yourself with £1.29 to spare on a dull tube ride home or will lounging in the sun on a holiday perhaps you could take a chance on The Broken World or perhaps The Forest Shakes and keep a fantasticly entertaining spin-off series going!

(With thanks to Clare)




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