the chimes of midnight
The Chimes of Midnight
big finish doctor who audio adventures #029
Director: Barnaby Edwards
Producer: Gary Russell
Producer: Jason Haigh-Ellery
Writer: Robert Shearman
Release Date: February 2002
Duration: 116' 13"
Main Characters: the Eighth Doctor and Charley
Paul McGann (The Doctor); India Fisher (Charley Pollard); Louise Rolfe (Edith); Lennox Greaves (Mr. Shaughnessy); Sue Wallace (Mrs. Baddeley); Robert Curbishley (Frederick); Juliet Warner (Mary);
Jacqueline Rayner (Executive Producer for BBC Worldwide); Russell Stone (Music Composition); Alistair Lock (Recording); Alistair Lock (CD Mastering); Andy Hardwick (Sound Design); Andy Hardwick (Post Production); Clayton Hickman (Front Cover);
|Part One||27' 08"||The Doctor tells Charley that there are some mysteries best unsolved, and he admits to her that's frightened. But as the clock begins to chime he realises that it's already too late...|
|Part Two||26' 55"||As Charley continues to count as the clock ticks towards midnight, the Doctor tries in vain to keep everyone together, saying that anyone could be next. But the Doctor is helpless as the chimes of midnight strike...|
|Part Three||29' 02"||Even in the confines of the TARDIS, Charley can hear the ticking of the clock. The Doctor admits he was wrong to think they could escape as they've brought the horror with them...|
|Part Four||33' 08"||As the TARDIS dematerialises, the scullery is filled with the sound of Hark The Herald Angels Sing being hummed cheerily...|
back cover blurb
Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house not a creature was stirring...
But something must be stirring. Something hidden in the shadows. Something which kills the servants of an old Edwardian mansion in the most brutal and macabre manner possible. Exactly on the chiming of the hour, every hour, as the grandfather clock ticks on towards midnight.
Trapped and afraid, the Doctor and Charley are forced to play detective to murders with no motive, where even the victims don't stay dead. Time is running out.
And time itself might well be the killer...
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