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Jago & Litefoot Series 11



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Of all the Doctor Who spin-offs curated by Big Finish, Jago & Litefoot is perhaps the easiest fit for the audio medium. Two parts drawing room comedy to one part action thriller, its witty scripts are a gift to any actor, from theatrical impresario Henry Gordon Jago’s famously florid circumlocutory promulgations to a whole supporting cast of gorblimey cockney coppers, barmaids and dollymops. For a purported sci-fi show, Doctor Who has always had one foot in the music hall: Jago & Litefoot just pulls the other foot in as well.

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Contents include: an exclusive, in-depth interview with Fifth Doctor Peter Davision; Doctor Who's executive producer, Brian Minchin, talks about the next series; showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers' questions; new comic strip action for the Doctor and Jess in the final episode of The Pestilent Heart; the Time Team watch the 2010 Eleventh Doctor story The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood; The Fact of Fiction takes a close look at the 1977 Fourth Doctor adventure The Sun Makers; the mysteries of the TARDIS wardrobe are considered in Wotcha!; plus reviews, previews, prize-winning competitions and more!