Lisa Bowerman (Bernice Summerfield), Andrew Cartmell (Narrator)
An anthology of classic short stories featuring Bernice Summerfield.
The Evacuation of Bernice Summerfield Considered as a Short Film by Terry Gilliam by Ben Aaronovitch
A lonely orphan on a vast transport ship meets some peculiar fellow travellers.
and then Again by Robert Shearman
Who is Bernard Summerfield? What’s happened to his life? And why has he lost his spot in the company car park?
Misplaced Spring by Paul Cornell
The Braxiatel Collection is recovering from an invasion in a variety of surprising ways.
Solar Max and the Seven-Handed Snake-Mother by Kate Orman
Bernice is on an expedition to a remote site. She’s about to discover something unpleasant about her fellow explorers.
Walking Backwards for Christmas by Ben Aaronovitch
How did we get here? Bernice looks back at her life using a history machine.
The Least Important Man by Steven Moffat
Gavin’s had a fairly miserable life, all of it watched over by the ghostly figure of a woman silently commenting.
Bernice Summerfield and the Library of Books by Andrew Cartmel
Inside an ancient library is an ancient secret. The secret is, of course, deadly, but it’s deadly in an entirely unique way.
A Mutual Friend by Terrance Dicks
Bernice Summerfield learns why you should always talk to the person you’re sharing a table with at a cafe.
More Bernice Summerfield Short Stories are coming out on audio. Big Finish has been through the written Benny archive and unearthed hidden treasures by Steven Moffat and Paul Cornell, amongst others. Plus, more details on Bernice Summerfield: The Story So Far…
We are pleased to announce that another collection of Bernice Summerfield Short Stories is being recorded to audio. Bernice Summerfield: Treasury, contains short stories previously only available on paper, from notable writers (that many Doctor Who viewers and listeners will recognise), will be available in August.
James Goss tells us more about Bernice Summerfield: Treasury:”Big Finish has been publishing Benny short stories for twenty years and some astonishing names have contributed. Treasury is a collection of just some of them – a range of rare, delightful and surprising gems.”
Bernice Summerfield: Treasury will be available in August, priced at £20 on CD or £15 on download.
All these adventures are read by Benny herself, Lisa Bowerman, with Andrew Cartmel.