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Tagged Christopher Benjamin

The Spirit Trap

Victorian ghost tales have been a staple of our fictional diet since Charles Dickens released A Christmas Carol and the era of spirit mediums and spirit photography does provide a perfect setting to be used for such tales, making the era a prime setting when a tale needs to have a certain air of mystery…

Big Bad Wolf

Big Finish have announced a great lineup of representatives to appear at next weekend’s Bad Wolf 2010 Doctor Who convention in Birmingham. The two day event features a multitude of Doctor Who stars, such as former companion Sarah Sutton (Nyssa, 1981-1984) and Lisa Bowerman (Big Finish’s Bernice Summerfield) as well as producer David Richardson. Official…

The Bloodless Soldier

Following their superb return to the world of Doctor Who in The Mahogany Murderers, Henry Gordon Jago and Professor Litefoot have been reunited in a series of four full cast audio adventures from Big Finish. Starring Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter as the eponymous Jago & Litefoot, The Bloodless Soldier kicks off with more of…

Jago & Litefoot Preview

Fresh from The Mahogany Murderers, Jago and Litefoot return next week as Big Finish brings you a new type of Doctor Who spinoff! Jago and Litefoot are of course Christopher Benjamin (Henry Gordon Jago) and Trevor Baxter (Professor Litefoot), seen only once in Doctor Who, in the seminal Talons of Weng Chiang over 30 years…

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