I’m going to break from the Seventh Doctor’s adventures here to catch up with some of the other incarnations. It’s all relative, you see…
Oh – and Adric. In the Main Range. GET IN.
Big Finish Folly, Part 0C – The Star Men, by Andrew Smith
Astronomical navigation is a tricky business. To help Adric with his studies, the Doctor sets course for Gallius Ultima – a planet on the edge of the Milky Way, housing one of the most impressive observatories ever constructed.
But the TARDIS arrives to find Gallius U in a state of emergency, tracking the return of the Explorer-class ship Johannes Kepler from its mission into the heart of the mysterious Large Magellanic Cloud. A mission that met with disaster…
To find out what overtook the crew of the Johannes Kepler, the Doctor and his companions must journey into the heart of the Cloud… and beyond, into the darkness of another reality altogether. The universe of the Star Men. (more…)
Big Finish Folly, Part 29d – Mistfall, by Andrew Smith
As a result of a rogue program that Adric left running before his death, the Tardis falls through a Charged Vacuum Emboitment into E-Space – and lands on Alzarius once more. Worried that Mistfall might occur whilst they are stranded here, the Doctor realises that a survey and exploration team is also on Alzarius, and that they are running experiments on the native Marshmen. But somebody is sabotaging the expedition – and the Marshmen are awakening… (more…)
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…
When 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…)
Big Finish Folly, Part 66 – The First Sontarans, by Andrew Smith
Earth, 1872: The Doctor and Peri almost literally trip over a transmitter beacon on the Moon. “We are here,” it is sending out to the cosmos. But who is “we”? And why have they come to Earth? The Doctor investigates, but Earth may not survive the answer… (more…)