Wednesday, March 09, 2016


Big Finish has been busy, producing a second run of Torchwood adventures that they start to release this month. Here's everything that has been announced so far...

Release 2.1

First up, out any day now is The Victorian Age - written by newcomer AK Benedict. This features John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, in the heart of 1890's London, as Torchwood founder Queen Victoria comes for an inspection of the Institute...

(Nice mutton chops, John)

You can listen to the trailer here.

Release 2.2

Next is Zone 10. This release features the long awaited return of Naoko Mori as Toshiko Sato, and features the KVI; Russia's answer to the Torchwood Institute! It's written by David Llewellyn and is available to buy/download from April.

You can listen to the trailer here.

Release 2.3

Calling all PC Andy fans! He's back in May, for an adventure called Ghost Mission. The synopsis is pretty bare at the moment, and just reads "Sergeant Andy meets Norton Folgate - a Torchwood agent with his own agenda..." It's not clear if this is set after the life of the TV series/some of the first series audio adventures. Anyhoo, it's written by James Goss.

No cover or trailer have been released as of yet.

Release 2.4

Guy Adams has written Moving Targets, an adventure featuring Indira Varma as Suzie Costello, whereby Cardiff just... stops. It's up to Suzie to get to the bottom of the mystery. Presumably this takes place prior to the start of the show. This is released in June.

No trailer yet, folks.

Release 2.5 & 2.6

Nothing is known about the final two releases in the series - although one of them is likely to feature John Barrowman. Though, maybe not Eve Myles...

All releases are directed by the very talented Scott Handcock. They can be purchased direct from Big Finish - on CD for £9.99 (this also includes a free downloaded copy) or digitally for £7.99. Of course, they are also available on the high street, too. But don't buy that way - Big Finish are ace, so support them by buying on their site!
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