SPECIAL OFFER: David Tennant In Doctor Who Audio Adventure Medicinal Purposes For £5 Only This Week



To celebrate the release of The Secret History, the 200th title in their main Doctor Who range, audiobook specialists Big Finish are reducing another 50 titles to a mere £5 each for this week only. 

Among this batch of releases is Medicinal Purposes, a Sixth Doctor adventure released in 2004 co-starring a pre-Doctor Who David Tennant. Arriving in Edinburgh in the 19th Century, the Doctor (Colin Baker) and his companion Evelyn (Maggie Stables) find themselves rubbing shoulders with some notorious historical figures. David Tennant appears as Daft Jamie with Leslie Phillips as Doctor Knox.

Doctor Who 
No. 60 - Medicinal Purposes
Edinburgh, 1827.

The infamous body snatchers William Burke and William Hare are at large. The local prostitutes dull their fear with cheap whisky. The graveyard owls are hooting. Business is good.

When accidental tourists the Doctor and Evelyn Smythe stumble upon one of Britain's most lurid, illuminating chapters in history, a simple case of interest in the work of dedicated man of science Doctor Robert Knox, quickly turns sour.

Just what is that time bending Scots mist? Whatever it is may put the very fabric of the universe under threat.

As always.

Written by Robert Ross, directed by Gary Russell.

To get your own copy of Medicinal Purposes on CD or digital download for the bargain price of just £5, click here. Big Finish are happy to dispatch goods to addresses outside the UK - additional charges may apply. 

Other titles in the offer star Peter Davison, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Sophie Aldred and Janet Fielding. The offer will end on the morning of Saturday 27th June (UK time). For more information visit the Big Finish website.


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