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Minister of Chance Episode 4!

The Minister of Chance, the spin off series from Doctor Who: Death Comes To Time, will soon be offering fans across the world the fourth part of the ongoing adventure series. In fact it’s so close that they’ve released a trailer for all of you to get excited about!

Episode four, recently announced as The Tiger, is being furiously cut, mixed and edited as you read this with completion hoped for the end of January 2013. When it’s finished, the first people to get a copy will be the Minister Moguls better known as the fans that put some money in to help fund the episode into creation.

While the producers are incredibly grateful, the cost of the production is ongoing for episode five of the series and there is still a crowd funding campaign open for it to help with the post production costs. If you want to get involved, now’s your chance (see what we did there?).

Above you can listen to the trailer for episode four and listen to the all star cast that includes Jenny Agutter, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Tamsin Greig, Julian Wadham, Paul Darrow and Phillip Glenister.

There’s also a chance for you to see some of the cast and crew up close and personal when they attend the Brit Sci Fi convention on March 9th and 10th at the Space Centre in Leicester. Guests confirmed include Paul McGann, Paul Darrow, Julian Wadham, Lauren Crace, Sophie Aldred as well as Writer, Producer and Director Dan Freedman, Executive Producer Clare Eden and illustrator Lee Sullivan. You can find out more about the exciting weekend by visiting http://www.spacecentre.co.uk/special-events/britscifi3 .

To find out everything you need to know about The Minister of Chance, visit their website, www.ministerofchance.com.


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