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Tamsin Grieg Joins The Minister

Financed entirely by fans and featuring new character The Sage of the Waves – voiced by Black Books actress Tamsin Grieg – The Minister of Chance are proud to present The Paludin Fields, Episode Three of their on-going spin-off saga available to download now for free!

For those not in the know the character The Minister of Chance (Julian Wadham) first appeared in the Doctor Who audio Death Comes to Time (Where he was played by a certain Stephen Fry) which was also written, produced and directed by Dan Freeman – who has now spun off the popular character into his own universe featuring a host of characters played by luminaries as Paul McGann, Sylvester McCoy and Paul Darrow.

Like its preceding episodes this third part exists solely because of generous donations made by fans of the audio series – the series receives no commission or arts funding and is dependent on its fan base & the coverage it receives for publicity.

And it’s been massively successful too with the just re-released prologue The Pointed Hand currently iTunes Europe’s ‘Episode of the Week’.

To download this and the other instalments of The Minister of Chance head over to their website – and don’t forget to tweet, share, blog and shout from the rooftops about the show. Fundraising has only just begun for Episode Four and already it’s reached 10% of its goal!

 



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Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.


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