Lalla Ward (Romana), Louise Jameson (Leela), Seán Carlsen (Narvin), Omar Austin (Rayo), Suzanne Bertish (Aldis), Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks), Lorna Brown (Veega), Sarah Douglas (Drah), Mark Elstob (Qatal),, Maxine Evans (Renucha), Sam Hallion (Sholan), Leah Harvey (Trellick), Robert Jezek (Jarred McKenzie), Will Kirk (Kraumer), Lucy Reynolds (Agata), Wilf Scolding (Ivar)
Romana and Narvin are exiles, driven from Gallifrey by Rassilon’s regime and cut adrift amid the horrors of the Time War. Their one remaining hope is that they can find their friend: Leela was also lost in the maelstrom of battle, but she is fighting to survive…
3.1 Hostiles by David Llewellyn
Exiled from Gallifrey, Romana and Narvin are fleeing from their own people and the Time War. Seeking refuge on a derelict wreck They find They are not alone. And that Time Lords have enemies everywhere…
3.2 Nevernor by Lou Morgan
Narvin and Romana reach the distant, rural world of Njagilheim. But even here the Time War follows – and there are more things to fear in the Vortex than warships and weapons. The Orrovix have caught a scent and They are hunting…
3.3 Mother Tongue by Helen Goldwyn
Leela was thrown into a Vortex ravaged by the Time War, lost in space and time – but the Trill have shown her mercy…
She finds herself in another realm, another life. One where the warrior is also a mother. Where she must help her son to choose the path to avoid his world’s destruction.
3.4 Unity by David Llewellyn
On a dusty frontier world, destiny awaits Romana…
Betrayal, deception and death are the currency on Unity. And as the Daleks close in on their target, there will be a price to pay.
Three more box sets depicting what happened to the Time Lords’ home planet in the ultimate battle across time and space will be released over the next few years, made by Big Finish Productions in association with BBC Studios.
Following on from the events of Gallifrey: Time War Volume One, we’ll find out who survived and whether Romana and Narvin live to see Gallifrey fall…
More tales of intrigue and political manoeuvring from the seat of Time Lord power are coming, with three more volumes from the homeworld of The Doctor now confirmed.
The Time Lords and the Daleks have opposed one another across millennia. But now, their conflict tips into an all-out Time War, and nowhere across the universe of spacetime is safe.
Battle plans will be drawn, allies recruited, and innocents caught in the crossfire.
Gallifrey is going to war, and the cosmos will never be the same again.
Following the events of the first series, a new Time Lord president joins the ranks. Terrence Hardiman (who listeners will recognise as the titular role in the children’s BBC series The Demon Headmaster) plays Rassilon, joining Lalla Ward as Romana and Seán Carlsen as Narvin.
Director and producer of the Gallifrey range, Scott Handcock, tells us more: “I’ve felt very lucky to play in the Gallifrey sandbox for its most recent releases, but it’s an even bigger thrill to take us into the Time War and explore how that epic, devastating event impacts upon the lives of our characters.”
Gallifrey: Time War Volume One is available for £35 on CD and £30 on download from Big Finish.
Gallifrey: Time War Volumes Two, Three and Four are available for pre-order now ahead of their release in March 2019, February 2020 and February 2021, each at £23 on CD or £20 on download from Big Finish.
They will remain at this price until general release when they will each be available for £35 on CD or £30 on download. Each box set will consist of four audio adventures plus an additional disc of extras.
Or you can save money with a bundle and order all four volumes of Gallifrey: Time War at £90 on CD or £80 on download; or the three next volumes – two, three and four – at £68 on CD or £60 on download.