Month: December 2014

That’s No Moon…

Big Finish Folly, Part 118 – The Brood of Erys, by Andrew Smith

Yikes! We’re running behind schedule! I blame Christmas, of course. So here’s the overdue latest chapter in the Folly…

The Brood of ErysWhen the Tardis is invaded by the initially cute and childlike Drachee, out in the depths of the star system Asphya, it ought to be a simple mission to rescue Flip from their clutches. But before the Doctor can do that, he has to solve the mystery of the newly-arrived Sarra Vanser, who barely knows her own name. Only then can he face the terror of the great living moon Erys… (more…)


Plague of Austerity

Big Finish Folly, Part 117 – Antidote to Oblivion, by Philip Martin

Antidote to OblivionTheir much-needed holiday interrupted by a distress call from another Tardis, the Doctor and Flip head back once more to Earth. But this isn’t a simple rescue mission – it’s a trap, and the Doctor has taken the bait. ConCorp needs to slash its budgets by up to 90%, and the fabled Timelord resistance to diseases is key to the President’s plans. With Thoros Beta’s most mercenary financial advisor pressing for ever deeper cuts, and a virologist with a grudge wielding the needles, this time the Doctor’s very DNA is under siege… (more…)

Loched Up

Big Finish Folly, Part 116 – Wirrn Isle, by William Gallagher

Wirrn IsleWhile visiting the recolonised Earth, Flip accidentally triggers a transmat from Nerva City to a house on the frozen and desolate shores of Loch Lomond. There, Roger and Veronica Buchman are setting up home for the second time, haunted by the loss of their son Iron fifteen years ago. But though Iron might be dead, it appears that he is not gone entirely – a fact that Roger is all too aware of. And under the icy loch, frozen for centuries, lie the Wirrn. They’ve been waiting for Roger too… (more…)