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2nd Feb '18 7:36:16 AM cwickham
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* [[http://www.bigfinish.com/ranges/v/counter-measures Counter Measures]] (a spin-off from the 1988 TV story ''Remembrance of the Daleks'')

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* [[http://www.bigfinish.com/ranges/v/counter-measures Counter Measures]] (a spin-off from the 1988 TV story ''Remembrance of the Daleks'')Daleks'', has [[AudioPlay/CounterMeasures its own Tropes page]])
2nd Feb '18 7:19:45 AM cwickham
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* [[http://bigfinish.com/Jago-and-Litefoot Jago & Litefoot]] (a spin-off from the 1977 TV story ''The Talons of Weng-Chiang'')

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* [[http://bigfinish.com/Jago-and-Litefoot Jago & Litefoot]] (a spin-off from the 1977 TV story ''The Talons of Weng-Chiang'')Weng-Chiang'', has [[AudioPlay/JagoAndLitefoot its own Tropes page]])
2nd Feb '18 7:03:35 AM cwickham
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* [[http://www.bigfinish.com/ranges/v/counter-measures Counter Measures]]

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* [[http://www.bigfinish.com/ranges/v/counter-measures Counter Measures]]Measures]] (a spin-off from the 1988 TV story ''Remembrance of the Daleks'')



* [[http://bigfinish.com/Jago-and-Litefoot Jago & Litefoot]]

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* [[http://bigfinish.com/Jago-and-Litefoot Jago & Litefoot]]Litefoot]] (a spin-off from the 1977 TV story ''The Talons of Weng-Chiang'')
17th Jan '18 7:46:00 AM cwickham
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Following the huge success of Paul [=McGann=]'s audio adventures, the Eighth Doctor's episodes were expanded beyond the monthlies and replaced by a long separate series from 2007 onwards ("The New Eighth Doctor Adventures"), which were also broadcast on BBC radio; these were wrapped up in 2011 and the Eighth Doctor's continuing adventures were next told in the Dark Eyes series of boxsets (and their successor, Doom Coalition). The Fourth Doctor, the War Doctor and the Tenth Doctor also exclusively star in their own series outside of the monthlies. Some stories are presented as special releases or in separate box sets. Big Finish originally did not have the licence for the new (2005) TV series, but as of 2015 the situation has changed and they can now produce stories featuring characters from the Ninth-Eleventh Doctor eras.

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Following the huge success of Paul [=McGann=]'s audio adventures, the Eighth Doctor's episodes were expanded beyond the monthlies and replaced by a long separate series from 2007 onwards ("The New Eighth Doctor Adventures"), which were also broadcast on BBC radio; these were wrapped up in 2011 and the Eighth Doctor's continuing adventures were next told in the Dark Eyes series of boxsets (and their successor, Doom Coalition). The Fourth Doctor, the War Doctor and the Tenth Doctor also exclusively star in their own series outside of the monthlies. Some stories are presented as special releases or in separate box sets. Big Finish originally did not have the licence for the new (2005) TV series, but as of 2015 the situation has changed and they can now produce stories featuring characters from the Ninth-Eleventh Doctor eras.eras, with the license expanding to cover elements from the Twelfth Doctor's era following the broadcast of his final episode.
13th Jan '18 6:53:56 PM goldenroad
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Following the huge success of Paul [=McGann=]'s audio adventures, the Eighth Doctor's episodes were expanded beyond the monthlies and replaced by a long separate series from 2007 onwards ("The New Eighth Doctor Adventures"), which were also broadcast on BBC radio; these were wrapped up in 2011 and the Eighth Doctor's continuing adventures were next told in the Dark Eyes series of boxsets (and their successor, Doom Coalition). The Fourth Doctor, the War Doctor and the Tenth Doctor also exclusively star in their own series outside of the monthlies. Some stories are presented as special releases or in separate box sets. Big Finish originally did not have the licence for the new (2005) TV series, but as of 2015 the situation has changed and they can now produce stories featuring characters from the 2005-2013 televison series.

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Following the huge success of Paul [=McGann=]'s audio adventures, the Eighth Doctor's episodes were expanded beyond the monthlies and replaced by a long separate series from 2007 onwards ("The New Eighth Doctor Adventures"), which were also broadcast on BBC radio; these were wrapped up in 2011 and the Eighth Doctor's continuing adventures were next told in the Dark Eyes series of boxsets (and their successor, Doom Coalition). The Fourth Doctor, the War Doctor and the Tenth Doctor also exclusively star in their own series outside of the monthlies. Some stories are presented as special releases or in separate box sets. Big Finish originally did not have the licence for the new (2005) TV series, but as of 2015 the situation has changed and they can now produce stories featuring characters from the 2005-2013 televison series.Ninth-Eleventh Doctor eras.



* ContinuityNod: Each audio opens with the appropriate theme for each Doctor.[[note]] In the Sixth Doctor's case, stories set pre-Trial of a Time Lord get the 1980-1985 theme, post-ToaTL stories get that theme.[[/note]] The exception is Eight; as the rights to the TV Movie theme are held by a separate entity, a new theme was composed. The War Doctor gets his own theme for his audios. Subverted with the covers of each audio, all of which use the default "Classic" logo.

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* ContinuityNod: Each audio opens with the appropriate theme for each Doctor.[[note]] In the Sixth Doctor's case, stories set pre-Trial of a Time Lord get the 1980-1985 theme, post-ToaTL post-[=ToaTL=] stories get that theme.[[/note]] The exception is Eight; as the rights to the TV Movie theme are held by a separate entity, a new theme was composed. The War Doctor gets his own theme for his audios. Subverted with the covers of each audio, all of which use the default "Classic" logo.
13th Jan '18 1:45:26 PM moloch
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13th Jan '18 1:08:45 PM moloch
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* [[http://bigfinish.com/Dalek-Empire Dalek Empire]]

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* [[http://bigfinish.com/Dalek-Empire Dalek Empire]] (has [[AudioPlay/DalekEmpire its own Tropes page]])
26th Dec '17 9:50:57 AM moloch
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** The Seventh Doctor telling a character the current TARDIS configuration was better than the "[[Recap/DoctorWho2007CiNSTimeCrash leopard skin]]", the Sixth Doctor reassuring a companion that [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose the "assembled hordes of Genghis Khan" couldn't break into it]], and the Fifth Doctor being left a message from a "[[Creator/ChristopherEccleston big-eared Northern chap]]". In one radio promo, Eight is asked why he doesn't have a Northern accent or a leather jacket, and he's a bit put out by the idea. And the Word Lord called Nobody No-One is written as an EvilCounterpart of the Tenth Doctor.

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** The Seventh Doctor telling a character the current TARDIS configuration was better than the "[[Recap/DoctorWho2007CiNSTimeCrash leopard skin]]", the Sixth Doctor reassuring a companion that [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose the "assembled hordes of Genghis Khan" couldn't break into it]], and the Fifth Doctor being left sending a message from to Peri in the past via a "[[Creator/ChristopherEccleston big-eared Northern chap]]". chap]]" (he even says he'll keep the letter and "must remember to send it next time he's passing through the earlier part of the century" to make it more obvious.) In one radio promo, Eight is asked why he doesn't have a Northern accent or a leather jacket, and he's a bit put out by the idea. And the Word Lord called Nobody No-One is written as an EvilCounterpart of the Tenth Doctor.
20th Nov '17 7:54:47 PM PaulA
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* MrSmith: Made into a plot point a few times over, notably in [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho006TheMarianConspiracy "The Marian Conspiracy"]]. It becomes a hugely important concept in [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho049Master "Master"]], which basically asks the question: "what if ''[[Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures Human Nature]]'' had happened to the Master?". It has the Master living as "Dr. John Smith", and the Doctor realising with increasing horror all the ways in which he and his archenemy are NotSoDifferent.

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* MrSmith: Made into a plot point a few times over, notably in [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho006TheMarianConspiracy "The Marian Conspiracy"]]. It becomes a hugely important concept in [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho049Master "Master"]], which basically asks the question: "what if ''[[Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresHumanNature Human Nature]]'' had happened to the Master?". It has the Master living as "Dr. John Smith", and the Doctor realising with increasing horror all the ways in which he and his archenemy are NotSoDifferent.



* ThatPoorCat: PlayedForDrama in "Master". The entire episode is an elaborate InternalHomage to the ''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures'' novel ''Human Nature'', which introduced the Seventh Doctor's pet cat, Wolsey. In "Master", there's also a cat, which [[spoiler: gets ripped open halfway through]].

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* ThatPoorCat: PlayedForDrama in "Master". The entire episode is an elaborate InternalHomage to the ''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures'' novel ''Human Nature'', ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresHumanNature Human Nature]]'', which introduced the Seventh Doctor's pet cat, Wolsey. In "Master", there's also a cat, which [[spoiler: gets ripped open halfway through]].
11th Nov '17 1:56:32 AM Aomic
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** Nev Fountain, who's dating Peri's actress Nicola Bryant, is generally considered the best Peri writer in any medium. His stories are generally LighterAndSofter (but with some memorable moments of MoodWhiplash), all feature Nicola in some capacity (sans ''[[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho047Omega Omega]]'') and feature unusual [[TheTwist twist]] villains ([[spoiler: [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho047Omega Not-actually-the-Fifth Doctor]], [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho081TheKingmaker William Shakespeare]] and [[YouWillBeBeethoven an unlucky]] [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWhoCCS5E7PeriAndThePisconParadox Sixth Doctor]] being notable examples]])

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** Nev Fountain, who's dating Peri's actress Nicola Bryant, is generally considered the best Peri writer in any medium. His stories are generally LighterAndSofter (but with some memorable moments of MoodWhiplash), all feature Nicola in some capacity (sans ''[[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho047Omega Omega]]'') and feature unusual [[TheTwist [[PlotTwist twist]] villains ([[spoiler: [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho047Omega Not-actually-the-Fifth Doctor]], [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho081TheKingmaker William Shakespeare]] and [[YouWillBeBeethoven an unlucky]] [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWhoCCS5E7PeriAndThePisconParadox Sixth Doctor]] being notable examples]])
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