Series 6 – God Among Us Part Three
Series 6 – God Among Us Part Three
John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness), Tracy-Ann Oberman (Yvonne Hartman), Paul Clayton (Mr Colchester), Alexandria Riley (Ng), Jonny Green (Tyler Steele), Samantha Béart (Orr), Tom Price (Sergeant Andy Davidson), Tariq Ali (Lead Counsel), Aaron Anthony (Anthony), Mina Anwar (Bethan), Taj Atwal (Sal), Timothy Blore (Security Guard), Laura Dalgleish (Faye), Harry Heap (Angry Boy), Peter Heenan (Jeff), Abbie Hern (Niamh) Jacqueline King (God), William Kirk (Bay Soldier), Gabin Kongolo (Angry Man), Francois Pandolfo (News Researcher), Ri Richards (Meredith Pope), Ramon Tikaram (Colin Colchester Price), Elian West (Louise).
Torchwood contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners
In times of disaster people turn to God. But what if they no longer believe in themselves?
Cardiff is recovering from a catastrophe. Torchwood find themselves up against the Disaster Recovery Committee – instead of putting the city back on its feet, it seems to be preparing for something worse. There’s a conspiracy to be exposed, a mythical monster becomes real, fights are breaking out over drinking water, and Jack Harkness is getting ready for the end of the world.
6.9 A Mother’s Son by Alexandria Riley
Cardiff has suffered a catastrophic flood. Dozens are still missing. Survivors fill camps across the city. An inquiry has been set up to find out what happened.
Bethan’s come to the city looking for answers. Her son is among the missing, and no-one seems to want to help her find him. It’s starting to look like there’s a cover-up. What is Torchwood? Can it really be behind it?
6.10 ScrapeJane by Robin Bell
ScrapeJane is a myth. A monster made up by an urban explorer. A monster that’s caught on. A monster with forums, with merch, with a book deal. A monster that people have started to believe in.
A monster that’s started killing.
6.11 Day Zero by Tim Foley
They’ve been warning about it for ages. Poisonous mould in the water supply. But it’s finally got out of hand. It’s day zero – the day Cardiff runs out of drinking water.
As people start fighting over the last remaining supplies, the Disaster Recovery Committee takes drastic action. Because there’s one place that still has clean water. And Torchwood will do anything to stop them from getting it.
6.12 Thoughts and Prayers by James Goss
Cardiff lies broken. Torchwood’s leaders are either arrested or dead. In a storage unit something forgotten has been reborn. And underneath the city, a terrible impossibility has been built.
The streets are filled with the prayers of the desperate. Because everyone knows – The end of the world is nigh.
Torchwood is returning but is the team ready for its greatest threat to date…? they’ll be fighting an alien god in the fiery start to series 6 of Torchwood – God Among Us.
Torchwood, the cult television show created by Russell T Davies, ran from 2006–2011 as a spin- off from Doctor Who, with Big Finish continuing their adventures on audio.
In Series 5 – Aliens Among Us, Torchwood returned to Cardiff. The team dealt with an alien occupation, terrorists, and the surprising resurrection of Yvonne Hartman. This year they face an alien god.
Series 6 – God Among Us kicks off a few days after the Aliens Among Us finale, but not everyone has made it out alive…
John Barrowman returns as Captain Jack Harkness, joined by Tracy-Ann Oberman as Yvonne Hartman, Paul Clayton as Mr Colchester, Alexandria Riley as Ng, Samantha Béart as Oor, Jonny Green as Tyler Steele and Tom Price as Sergeant Andy Davison. Leading the Sorvix is Rachel Atkins returning as Ro-Jedda.
Producerof the series and episode one writer, James Goss, tells us more about the return of the Torchwood team:b”We had such a great reaction to Series 5, it’s been a delight getting the cast back together to do more. Now things are established the stories are more standalone, seeing Torchwood face some tough challenges – a plague of sleep, a city that goes blind, organising a funeral, and then there’s an alien god to deal with!”
John Barrowman shared in the studio his thoughts on Torchwood and Series 6, “they are really great stories in Series 6, they really move the narrative forward. I find all over the world, from Puerto Rico to Paris, from London to Pensacola Florida to South America, there are huge Torchwood fans and the audience is always growing.”
Executive producer, Jason Haigh-Ellery, adds: “Torchwood quickly became one of my favourite audio series from Big Finish, the work James and director Scott Handcock have done with the wonderful guidance of Russell T Davies has made the adventures of Captain Jack and his team compulsive listening. I can’t wait for series six to be released!”
Torchwood Series 6 Part 1 kicks off this next set of adventures in October 2018. Part 2 will follow in February 2019, and part 3 will complete the season in June 2019.
All three parts can be pre-ordered today individually for £25 on download or £28 on CD, or you can save money in a specially-priced Torchwood series 6 bundle with all three parts at £60 on download or £75 on CD.
And to celebrate the return of Torchwood (or to catch up if you missed the captivating Series 5), you can pick up Series 5 this week, available at its pre-order price of £28 on CD or £25 on download each, or as a series 5 bundle at £75 on CD or £60 on download. Only available at this reduced price until 23:59 (UK time) on Tuesday 2nd July 2018.