‘Time Lord Victorious’ Big Finish Audio Dramas Announced

Four more pieces of the Time Lord Victorious jigsaw are revealed – four audio dramas will be released by Big Finish Productions from October.

Paul McGann leads a trilogy of exciting full-cast audio dramas, as the Eighth Doctor faces his old enemies, the Daleks. Plus, two Short Trips will accompany these adventures, featuring two incarnations of the Master narrated by Jon Culshaw.

Time Lord Victorious is a brand-new multi-platform Doctor Who story told across audio, novels, comics, vinyl, digital, immersive theatre, escape rooms and games!

Set within the Dark Times at the start of the universe, three incarnations of the Doctor must travel across Space and Time as they defend the universe from a terrible race.

On the desert world of Atharna, the Doctor’s life is about to be changed forever.

Looking to visit one of the Seven Hundred Wonders of the Universe, the Doctor is quickly embroiled in a web of deceit. Worse than that, this Wonder of the Universe is missing, leading the Doctor to encounter one of his most dangerous and duplicitous adversaries.

The Doctor is about to meet Brian.

He Kills Me, He Kills Me Not will be released in October 2020.

The people of Wrax are happy to begin peaceful negotiations with the Dalek Empire. The two species are preparing to engage in an alliance that will last throughout the ages.

The only one who seems to object to this happy union is the Doctor. He knows that you can never trust the Daleks.

But more than that, he knows that the Wraxians should never have existed…

The Enemy of My Enemy will be released in November 2020.

The fallout of the great battle.

Outnumbered and alone, on a Dalek time-ship careering through the vortex, the Doctor must use all his cunning to survive. As the saucer disintegrates around them, the Doctor is trapped with a crew of increasingly desperate Daleks.

Or are the Daleks trapped with him?

Mutually Assured Destruction will be released in December 2020.

Story details for the two Time Lord Victorious Short Trips are as follows:

Master Thief by Sophie Iles.
The Master wants to plunder one of the most secure vaults in the universe, the Repository. He’s got a plan, and a deadly new weapon to assist him. However, as the Master quickly discovers, getting in might be easy, but getting away with it might cost him everything.

Lesser Evils by Simon Guerrier.
The Kotturuh have arrived on the planet Alexis to distribute the gift of the death to its inhabitants. The only person standing in their way is a renegade Time Lord, who has sworn to protect the locals. A Time Lord called the Master…

Time Lord Victorious Short Trips will be released in October 2020.

Speaking about all of the Time Lord Victorious audio dramas, Producer Alfie Shaw said:

“Time Lord Victorious has been a glorious delight to work on. James Goss’s vision is astounding, and it’s been such an honour to work with him to bring Big Finish’s part of the project to life. We have three new authors writing this trilogy of adventures for the Eighth Doctor, pitting him against one of my new favourite characters in Doctor Who, Brian the Ood Assassin, as well old favourites, the Daleks. It all ties into the bigger Time Lord Victorious patchwork, but you can just listen to the Eighth Doctor trilogy and enjoy it on its own.”

The Time Lord Victorious audio dramas are available to pre-order now over on the Big Finish website.

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8 thoughts on “‘Time Lord Victorious’ Big Finish Audio Dramas Announced

  1. […] “He Kills Me, He Kills Me Not” begins both the Eighth Doctor’s and Big Finish’s official journey into the Time Lord Victorious multi-media event. Carrie Thompson’s script is somewhat small on the surface with the Doctor getting caught up in a tense misunderstanding regarding a same-sex marriage and a disapproving vengeful father. But the bigger thread of disappearing civilisations and changing worlds is really where the narrative obviously wants to be. Multiple small clues hint at something very wrong with time that are interesting but never really make an appearance in the foreground. Honestly despite the obviously higher quality of everything around it, the plot really doesn’t have a lot going for it if you aren’t invested in the smaller threads going on which is hard given that neither Pauline Eyre nor Misha Malcolm’s characters aren’t all that interesting. […]


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