Maureen O’Brien (Vicki / Narrator), Peter Purves (Steven Taylor / The Doctor / Narrator), Mark Edel-Hunt (Guy), Sam Woolf (Kim), Philip Fox (Professor Charles Lewis), Richard Braine (Professor Linus Woolf), John Rowe (Sir Isiah Hardy). Other parts played by members of the cast.
Cambridge, England, the mid 1930s. When the Doctor, Steven and Vicki get separated from the TARDIS they are forced to spend some time amongst the ancient spires of Sedgwick College. The college is mid-way through a leadership crisis following the unexplained disappearance of the Master of Sedgwick, Sir Isaiah Hardy. An election for his replacement is now taking place.
But is that all that’s happening in this seemingly peaceful location? The Proctors are behaving in mysterious ways and the students are prone to bursts of unexplained violence. When one of his companions also vanishes, the Doctor realises that there’s more at stake here than control of an educational establishment. A dark plan is underway – one that threatens the entire future of humanity itself!
Written By: Robert Khan and Tom Salinsky
Directed By: Lisa Bowerman
More details have now been revealed on the fifth series of The Early Adventures starring Peter Purves and Maureen O’Brien. The Dalek Occupation of Winter, the first of four enthralling new adventures from the era of the First Doctor, was released last month and we can’t wait for more!
Three more adventures will soon be released for the First Doctor, Vicki and Steven in The Early Adventures Series 5.
Producer, David Richardson explains the series five master plan: “The plan for this run was to do a season of 1960s Doctor Who. Of course, we couldn’t manage 48 episodes’ worth – that would have been madness – but we’ve done 16 new episodes with Peter Purves and Maureen O’Brien that all follow on from each other and take the listener on a magical journey through time and space.”
More about this latest series of The Early Adventures can be found in this month’s free Vortex Magazine available on download from the Big Finish website.
You can pre-order each of these The Early Adventures for £14.99 on CD or £10.99 on download today. Don’t forget that all CD purchases unlock a download option via the Big Finish app and the Big Finish website.