It's the beginning of the Big Finish October releases today: you can now get both Blake's 7 book Anthology and Doctor Who Companion Chronicle Ghost in the Machine as a download.
It's a spooky, unsettling nightmare for Jo Grant in this month's Doctor Who Companion Chronicle, Ghost in the Machine.
The TARDIS is empty. The Doctor has gone.
Jo Grant steps outside into the darkness and finds the frozen body of her friend, and the ship's log recorder. On it is attached a simple message - 'Use Me'.
As she explores this place, recording her every move, Jo discovers the horror that lies in the shadows.
But by then it is too late.
Written by Jonathan Morris, the story also marks the Doctor Who directing debut of one Louise Jameson, better known to fans as Leela, the savage companion she played opposite Tom Baker's Doctor.
Also out today is latest Blake's 7 book Anthology, a compilation containing three separate stories about everyone's favourite intergalactic rebels.
Berserker by RA Henderson
When the weapons research facility on space station Amber was shut down, something got left behind. Blake is determined to find out what...
Cold Revolution by MG Harris
Kartvel claims to have escaped Federation control – without bloodshed. But is all as it seems on this mysterious planet?
Trigger Point by GF Taylor
Infiltration and explosions are one way the Liberator crew can help the resistance on the corrupt planet Belzanko, but can a subtler approach work too?
These two releases are available now on CD and download, or book and ebook (respectively) and physical copies will be posted out today.
It's a new Who's Round, Toby Hadoke's Doctor Who 50th anniversary quest to get an anecdote about every single episode of Doctor Who to date. In this instalment, Toby looks back a full fifty years.