Tenth Doctor & River Song reunited for Big Finish Audio

David Tennant and Alex Kingston are back as the Tenth Doctor and River Song, reunited for the first time in 12 years in a brand-new Big Finish Doctor Who audio series.

Last seen on screen together in 2008’s two-part Doctor Who story, Silence in the Library/The Forest of the Dead, Professor River Song and her husband, the Tenth Doctor, will reunite in November 2020 for three new thrilling adventures in time and space.

A full-cast audio production with an original score and sound design, Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor and River Song also features special guest appearances by Peter Davison and Colin Baker as the Fifth and Sixth incarnations of the Doctor.

Producer David Richardson said:

“The Tenth Doctor only met River Song once on TV, and that was at the end of her life. But what happened after/before that, after/before the Eleventh Doctor came on the scene? What a joy this run of stories was to make, bringing David Tennant and Alex Kingston together online to record during lockdown, exploring those previously untold meetings between Ten and River. Those two actors absolutely sparkled together – it was so clear they were having a blast!”


Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor and River Song is now available to pre-order at the special price of £27.99 as a collector’s edition four-disc CD box set or £19.99 as a download HERE.

Each story is also being released as a single-disc edition, with no extras, for just £10.99 on CD or £8.99 as a download. Big Finish listeners can also save money by pre-ordering all three single-disc releases as a bundle for £25 on CD, or £19 as a digital download. Get the bundle HERE!


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