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Jago & Litefoot stars Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter

Jago & Litefoot: Chart-Toppers!

Jago & Litefoot stars Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter

Got the latest copy of Doctor Who Magazine yet? If not, then why are you still here? Grab £4.50 and get to your local newsagent now!

But just in case you cannot make it out of the house at this exact moment in time then let’s give you a slight preview by letting you know that the yearly “Doctor Who Merchandise Poll” has come round once again to show exactly what Doctor Who fans have enjoyed spending their hard-earned cash on when it comes to all those lovely extras that have been released.

Top of the poll for Big Finish audio dramas is the rather wonderful Jago & Litefoot (series 2) which impressed Doctor Who fans all over. The spin-off series which sees the two friends investigate the strange and the mysterious has proved a real winner and is already on its third series with at least two more to follow.

It’s no surprise that these stories have done so well as the two lead actors, Trevor Baxter and Christopher Benjamin, work so well together.

If you haven’t managed to listen to these belters as yet, you can get them right now from www.bigfinish.com either as CD’s or via download.

Prices start from just £30.00, which is a bargain for the amount of material that you will get. Get yourself a Jago & Litefoot box set today and start to find out exactly what happened to this dynamic duo after the Doctor and Leela left them to their own devices…


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