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Trailer released for Doctor Who – The Memory Bank and other stories

A new trailer and cover artwork has been revealed for Big Finish’s October release: Doctor Who – The Memory Bank and Other Stories:

The Memory Bank by Chris Chapman

The Doctor and Turlough arrive on a planet where to be forgotten is to cease to exist. But the Forgotten leave a gap in the world – and that’s where the monsters are hiding.

The Last Fairy Tale by Paul Magrs

Deep in the heart of old Europe, the village of Vadhoc awaits the coming of a mythical teller of magical tales – but not all such stories end happily, the TARDIS travellers discover.

Repeat Offender by Eddie Robson

The Doctor has tracked the deadly Bratanian Shroud to 22nd century Reykjavík – where he’s about to become the victim of a serial criminal. Again.

The Becoming by Ian Potter

A young woman climbs a perilous mountain in search of her destiny. The Doctor and Turlough save her from the monsters on her trail – but what awaits them in the Cavern of Becoming is stranger, even, than the ravening Hungerers outside. 

Doctor Who – The Memory Bank and Other Stories comes out in October, starring Peter Davison and Mark Strickson, and directed by Helen Goldwyn. The Doctor Who main range can be subscribed to in either 6- or 12-story runs on CD or Download. Subscribers also get PDF versions of the scripts, extended extras on download, and up to four new and exclusive Doctor Who – Subscriber Short Trips stories.

Any CD purchases of these titles unlock a download version available on release, so that you can be listening as soon as possible. Use the Big Finish app on iOS to listen on the go!

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