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PAUL DARROW: YOU’RE HIM, AREN’T YOU? – RELEASED!

Paul Darrow’s engrossing reading of his biography is now available…

Big Finish are delighted to announce the release of the much-anticipated Paul Darrow – You’re Him, Aren’t You?

Paul Darrow’s career has encompassed theatre, television and film. Famed for his portrayal of Kerr Avon, a ruthless and calculating computer expert, in Terry Nation’s science fiction series Blake’s 7, Darrow has also appeared in Coronation Street, Emergency Ward 10 and many other productions – including two guest appearances in Doctor Who.

Populated by familiar names and productions, You’re Him, Aren’t You? is Paul’s own story of his life and career. It tells of his association with Blake’s 7 – how he was cast, his experiences of making the show, what has happened since and his memories of Terry Nation, the cast and the crew. It also tells of his childhood, his time playing Elvis Presley and his near miss with James Bond.

Paul Darrow – You’re Him, Aren’t You? is now available on Download for £12 and £15 for a 7-disc CD set (with a free digital download unlocked on purchase). A special bundle collects the CD and book versions of Paul’s biography, or the book of You’re Him, Aren’t You? is separately available for £14.99.

To listen to this epic seven disc set on the go, iOS users should check out our Big Finish app (with an Android version coming soon).

Fans of Paul’s superb work on Blake’s 7 should check out his work as both actor and writer on Blake’s 7 at Big Finish.

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