Last year Big Finish started a new range in which we created new old stories: inventive new tales featuring actors from the show's early years, with full cinematic sound design to give an effect of these shows reaching you from the past...This year four fresh releases in the range visit the hugely regarded Second Doctor era: On a research station near a black hole, time keeps standing still. Investigating the phenomenon, the Doctor discovers a power far greater than any of the monsters that challenge him on his travels...The Doctor's own people. With the safety of thousands balancing out the need to flee, and a policeman from his home planet working at his side, the Doctor reluctantly finds himself involved in a race against time. But nothing is ever as simple as it appears. And if you can use the Doctor's compassion against him, you have the makings of a perfect trap. Frazer Hines revisits his role as Jamie, a companion of the Second Doctor (played on television by Patrick Troughton) back in 1966-69. Rufus Hound is one of Britain's premier comedians and actors, from famously winning Let's Dance for Sports Relief, to his announced appearance in the next series of TV's Doctor Who...Janet Dibley will be familiar as the long-suffering Elaine opposite Nicholas Lyndhurst in sitcom The Two of Us.
David Warner is a veritable god of stage and screen, with Sci-Fi fans particularly familiar with his work in Doctor Who, Star Trek, Time Bandits, Tron, Babylon 5, and Penny Dreadful. CAST: Frazer Hines (Jamie McCrimmon/The Doctor), Deborah Watling (Victoria Waterfield), Rufus Hound (Constable Pavo), Janet Dibley (Commander Flail), (Anthony Keetch (The Seeth). Narrated by David Warner.