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Published on June 25th, 2013 | by Andrew Reynolds

Destiny of the Doctor 8: Enemy Alien

Coming soon from Big Finish Productions is the Eighth installment of the Destiny of the Doctor series, Enemy Alien, which continues the audio book adventure series counting down through the Doctor’s eleven incarnation’s right up to the anniversary date.

Destiny of the Doctor: Enemy Alien

We’ve already seen entries written by such Big Finish luminaries and fans as Jonathan Morris, Andrew Smith and Nev Fountain and now it’s the Eighth Doctor’s turn to showcase the very best of what Doctor Who has to offer.

Written by Alan Barnes and performed by Charley Pollard actress India Fisher and Michael Maloney, this Eighth Doctor adventure is available to pre-order now from Amazon for release on the 1st August for £6.43 on CD

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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.




3 Responses to Destiny of the Doctor 8: Enemy Alien

  1. avatar BOJAY says:

    It’s always wonderful to see India Fisher continue to work within the universe of Doctor Who. She is a magnificent actress, and her contributions to Big Finish in both the Eighth and Sixth Doctor adventures are consistently solid and fantastic. She’s been a player in Big Finish since the Fifth Doctor story “Winter For The Adept”, and BF knows a great talent when they find one as they’ve kept her around. I’ve also had the pleasure of meeting her at several conventions, and she’s also an incredibly beautiful, down to earth, nice young woman. I often wonder why she hasn’t enjoyed a solid career outside of audiowork, as she is in possession of quite a formidable talent. She’s definitely as good if not better than a lot of actresses we see perhaps far to often in television and film work.

  2. avatar Al says:

    Remembering this is a crossover between Big Finish and AudioGo (formerly BBC Audio), I believe this is the first time someone exclusive to Big Finish has been involved in an AudioGo production of this nature. Starting next week, it’s Big Finish’s turn to enter new territory as it starts co-producing stories featuring 9, 10 and 11 – Doctors that up until now have been off limits to them. I’m assuming this is all just a one-off for the anniversary, but it would be nice for the BBC to open the doors for Big Finish to at least do stuff connected to the Ninth Doctor.

  3. avatar Bob James says:

    I can see David Tennant, who had already worked for Big Finish before he was cast as the Doctor, really diving into some Tenth Doctor audioplays. And perhaps once a bit more time has passed, Matt Smith reprising Eleven there as well, if the BBC ever grants BF the rights to use them. The odd man out would be Eccleston. But I wouldn’t necessarily miss him, as he has just about worn out his welcome for me, with all his refusals to further involvement with Doctor Who. His turning down participation in the 50th Anniversary story is unforgivable for me. I don’t even care what the behind the scenes stories and politics were. Steven Moffat has stated that Tom Baker ought to be ashamed for not taking part in “The Five Doctors”. Shame on Christopher Eccleston who could have worked for his favorite DW writer and pleased a lot of DW fans just one more time. Too much, apparently, to ask of such a lofty thespian.

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