Evelyn Smythe

Nobody Can Live Forever

Big Finish Folly, Part 162 – A Death in the Family, by Steven Hall

A Death in the Family“The future folds into the past.  The homeless hero has fallen.  Now begins the time of three tales: The Tale of the Herald, The Tale of the Hidden Woman and The Tale of the Final Speaker.  When the last tale is told, all the lights shall fail.  The world will end.”

21st century London: Nobody No One, the extra-dimensional Word Lord, is again running amok.  Only this time, he’s unbeatable, and a terrible tragedy is about to unfold… (more…)


Blood Relatives

Big Finish Folly, Part 126 – Thicker Than Water, by Paul Sutton

Thicker Than WaterNeedled into returning to Vilag, three years after the Killoran invasion was defeated, the Doctor has only intended to say hello to his former companion Evelyn Smythe to prove a point to his current companion, Melanie Bush. But where there’s a Doctor, there’s danger – and this time it could be that only the Doctor can save both Evelyn and Vilag itself from a new catastrophe… (more…)

Trouble at t’Mill!

Big Finish Folly, Part 98 – Industrial Evolution, by Eddie Robson

Industrial EvolutionThomas Brewster is just beginning to settle in to his new life in the sleepy industrial mill town of Ackleton. New job, joined the Union, getting attention from the local MP’s daughter… Yep, it’s bound to go horribly wrong. Industrial accidents give way to aliens, sentient machinery, and full-scale death and destruction before you can go t’foot of ‘is stairs. Lucky the Doctor is still keeping a weather eye on Brewster, even if he doesn’t want it. So, you say you want a revolution? (more…)

The Axos of Evil

Big Finish Folly, Part 97 – The Feast of Axos, by Mike Maddox

The Feast of AxosAn old enemy, trapped in a time loop, forgotten by the world… until somebody has the bright idea of harnessing the power of Axonite to take care of Earth’s power problems once and for all.  Now it’s a race against time to prevent Axos breaking free of the time loop and devouring the entire Earth. On one side, Campbell Irons, the crew of the Windermere, and Axos itself. On the other, the Doctor and Evelyn. And in the middle… Thomas Brewster, of course. (more…)

Return of the Artless Dodger

Big Finish Folly, Part 96 – The Crimes of Thomas Brewster, by Jonathan Morris

There’s a new face in town, upsetting all the kneecappers. The Doctor – gunrunner extraordinaire. Modern crime, Edwardian style. And when the real Doctor and Evelyn are nabbed by DI Menzies for crimes they have not committed, they quickly realise that fings are not wot they seem (although that might also have something to do with the giant robotic insects chasing them across the city). Guess who’s back? Shady’s back. No, wait, that’s not quite right…. (more…)

Wilde about Abe

Big Finish Folly, Part 95 – Assassin in the Limelight, by Robert Ross

Assassin in the LimelightBackstage at Ford’s Theatre, the night before Abraham Lincoln’s fateful visit. The Doctor and Evelyn have arrived to witness history in action. And so has one Oscar Wilde, fresh from England’s sunny shores. Except – the real Oscar Wilde is still in short trousers and learning joined-up writing. So who is this imposter, who has just murdered John Wilkes Booth before he can shoot President Lincoln?

Well, helloooo….. (more…)

Centennial, Man

Big Finish Folly, Part 94 – 100, by Jacqueline Rayner, Robert Shearman, Joseph Lidster, and Paul Cornell.

100To celebrate release number 100 in the Big Finish Main Range, what better than a themed anthology in which Julius Caesar, Mozart, a jealous witch, and several incarnations of the Doctor himself all make appearances? (more…)

Station to Station

Big Finish Folly, Part 93 – The Nowhere Place, by Nicholas Briggs

The Nowhere PlaceA terrifying intuition brings the Tardis to a fighter carrier orbiting Pluto, where Captain Oswin battles alien raiders – and a peculiar ringing noise that is crippling her crew one by one. The problem could be rooted on a train driving up a snowbound line somewhere in 1952 – or it could be rooted even further back in time. The Doctor doesn’t have long to rescue humanity from the Nowhere Place… (more…)

Hold Your Hudd Up

Big Finish Folly, Part 92 – Pier Pressure, by Robert Ross

Everybody needs a holiday. The Doctor needs one more than most. So where better to dip one’s toes into the deep twinkling blue than Brighton Beach? There’s always fun to be had at the end of the pier… unless the resident stage magician has been taken over by foul, evil forces, that is. But you just have to laugh, really, especially if your guide for this evening’s promenade along the pier is none other than the cheeky chappy Max Miller himself… (more…)

Feeling a Right Burke

Big Finish Folly, Part 91 – Medicinal Purposes, by Robert Ross

Welcome to Edinburgh. Note, if you will, the blood-soaked cobbles near the cattle market; the noose and gibbet outside The Last Drop; the body slumped in the alley just over there; and, of course, the wonderful graveyard, replete with disinterred coffins. Now, see the house of Dr Knox – there it is! And now it isn’t! What do you mean, houses aren’t supposed to do that…? (more…)