Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Perfidious Mariner

It is the long, oppressive summer of 1912. Four months- ago the RMS Titanic was lost to the Atlantic. In Europe the drumbeats of war grow louder.

These things have yet to touch Mr Sherlock Holmes who, estranged from Dr Watson, lives in reclusive retirement on the South Downs. The world's foremost criminal investigator has turned his back on the past, hiding from the world and thinking himself immune to its excesses. Yet he is about to be faced by an old friend, to encounter the most hated man in England and to grapple with the painful implications of the Titanic disaster. More troubling still, he will be forced to try to solve a new and unexpected mystery - one of the most diabolical and fiendish murders with which he has ever been confronted…


Starring Nicholas Briggs, Richard Earl, Tracey Childs and Michael Maloney

 The CD and download can be purchased direct from Big Finish here.

The CD is also available from Amazon, here,

 and can be downloaded from iTunes. Just search for "Perfidious Mariner"!



  The Ordeals of Sherlock Holmes

 Four decades. Four cases. One solution.

From the plains of Afghanistan to the alleyways of Victorian London, from the dark heart of the English countryside to the ruin of Europe after the Great War, join Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson in a quartet of astonishing new investigations which span their lifelong friendship - and beyond…

 Starring Nicholas Briggs, Richard Earl, Tracey Childs, Blake Ritson, Ken Bones, Caroline Keiff and Michael Cochrane.

Directed by Ken Bentley

 This four-hour drama, available on CD and download, can be ordered here





The Judgement of Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes had many secrets. This is the greatest of them.

Our knowledge of the life and career of Mr Sherlock Holmes is necessarily partial and inexact. Riddled with lacunae and ambiguities, its parameters are defined chiefly by what his friend and colleague, Dr John Watson, saw fit to record. One era in particular - those enigmatic years in which, believed dead at the Reichenbach Falls, the Great Detective roved the world incognito - has been shrouded in obscurity and doubt, the particulars of that time too terrible and too strange to be set down in full.
At least, that is, until now…

 Starring Nicholas Briggs, Richard Earl, Tim Bentinck and Terrence Hardiman.


Directed by Ken Bentley

This four-hour drama, available on CD and download, can be purchased here





 Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

 A brand new dramatisation of Mary Shelley's classic novel of terror, starring Arthur Darvill, Nicholas Briggs, Georgia Moffett and Geoffrey Beevers.


The CD and download can be ordered here:





 Doctor Who: Persuasion

When the Doctor recruits UNIT's Scientific Adviser Elizabeth Klein for an off-the-books mission to the apocalyptic final days of Hitler's Germany, he isn't expecting Klein's hapless young assistant, Will Arrowsmith, to be joining them too.

The Doctor isn't the only alien creature seeking to loot a very particular secret from a Nazi base in Dusseldorf, however. Strange and sinister beings are converging on the same time/space location in search of the scientist Schalk, whose experiments are the key to a devastating power...

The power of Persuasion.


Starring Sylvester McCoy, Tracey Childs, Christian Edwards and Miranda Raison

The CD and download can be bought directly from Big Finish here

and from Amazon here





Charlotte Pollard:

The Lamentation Cipher and The Shadow at the Edge of the World

Charlotte Pollard's adventures are over. She escaped death aboard the R101 and travelled in time and space - but now in the service of the monolithic, unknowable Viyrans, their unending mission is stifling her. An encounter with would-be adventurer Robert Buchan, near the mysterious Ever-and-Ever-Prolixity, provides the opportunity Charley needs for escape…

 This original, four-part SF series (the opening two instalments by Jonathan, the concluding two by Matt Fitton) is available to buy on CD and download  here

 and from Amazon here



Doctor Who: 1001 Nights

  Based on the classic BBC television series and starring Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton, Doctor Who: 1001 Nights comprises four linked stories about the Doctor and his companion. Imprisoned in the perfumed palace of an omnipotent Sultan, Nyssa has no choice but to spin tale after tale to appease her captor...


Jonathan has contributed the second story of the quartet: The Interplanetarian.


 The audio drama can be bought - on CD or download - from Big Finish here

and from Amazon here