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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (31 Jan. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1844355128
  • ISBN-13: 978-1844355129
  • Product Dimensions: 14.4 x 14.6 x 12.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 80,293 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Justin Richards has written more books than he can remember. He has also written audio scripts, television, a stage play, edited anthologies of short stories, been a technical writer, and founded and edited a media journal.
Justin is the author of - amongst other things - The Death Collector, The Chaos Code, The Parliament of Blood and the series The Invisible Detective, Time Runners, and Agent Alfie. He is also Creative Director of the BBC's best-selling range of Doctor Who books, and has written a fair few of them himself.
His latest novel - The Skeleton Clock - is available for the Kindle.
Justin lives in Warwick with his wife and two children, and a lovely view of the castle.

Product Description

Five CDs, running time 240 mins, starring Christopher Benjamin, Trevor Baxter with Conrad Asquith and Lisa Bowerman.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Scaroth, Last of the Jagaroth on 12 Oct. 2011
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This superb series, a spin-off from a Doctor Who TV serial first broadcast over thirty years ago, just gets better and better. Chris Benjamin's irrepressible master of alliteration - theatre impressario Henry Gordon Jago, and Trevor Baxter's occasionally irascible but ultimately loveable Police Pathologist, Professor George Litefoot, team up once more to battle creatures of the night in murky Victorian London.
With an intriguing story arc, great guest turns from David Collings Doctor Who - The Robots Of Death [1978] [DVD] [1963] and Doctor Who - The Black Guardian Trilogy: Mawdryn Undead / Terminus / Enlightenment [DVD], and Lisa Bowerman Doctor Who - Survival [1989] [DVD] [1963] and Epoch (Bernice Summerfield: The Box Sets), this is a superb nostalgia trip as well as an original and hugely enjoyable series of new adventures. For the price you get four hour-long stories on individual CDs, plus a bonus disc featuring interviews with cast and crew. Utterly brilliant.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Victor HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on 4 April 2014
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Another great series of adventures for Jago and Litefoot, intrepid Victorian investigators of the infernal and inexplicable. Following straight on from the intriguing coda to Series 1, here we have four adventures strong adventures, linked by a common thread, that will not fail to entertain and move you.

The set contains all four episodes, each about an hour long. One episode per disc on four discs in separate jewel cases held in a card slip case. There is a fifth disc of bonus material – interviews with cast and crew.

This series is another absolute delight. As well as Baxter and Benjamin’s wonderful chemistry together, we have a larger role for the inestimable Lisa Bowerman as Ellie, and the ever reliable David Collings makes a striking and memorable appearance. In this series the upright and learned professor and the blustering and verbose Impresario must deal firstly with a vampire, then spend the rest of the series dealing with the aftermath of that encounter. The episodes are not as self contained as in series 1, and you do need to listen to all of them in order to get the maximum effect of the story arc. The scripts are excellent, and show the many sides of the two main characters, and provide equal measures of humour and dark and moving tragedy. This is as entertaining a four hours as I have listened to for a long time, and had me completely hooked. Great tales, well told and with an acting masterclass from the four principles. 5 stars. More please! And can David Collings please come back for another series? His typically quiet yet masterly performance really enhanced this series.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Glenn Cook HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 Feb. 2013
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Like many others I had read the reviews of Jago and Litefoot and remember them from The Dr Who Episode in which they first featured. The Talons of When Chiang.
That was an impressive story and like many others thought that this series would be - well at best a rip off.

But I am glad to say I was totally wrong this series is wonderful entertainment.

Everything really gels with these sets. The cast- excellent, the Characters superb.
The performances really excellent in fact I need to grab a thesaurus to describe the CDs the are THAT good.

Like many I was also put off by the high price.
At well over 27 pounds (GBP27) it seems like a very high price to take a chance.
Indeed second hand prices (where I obtained mine) seem too high too.

This is simply because you are buying 4 episodes on 4 Cds each of an hour's duration.

The reason why it important to buy the sets is that each story is different but there is an overall arc to the whole 4.
Each in it's own is wonderful but the 4 stories work like a wonderful Swiss Watch- intricate, detailed and delightful.

I enjoyed each and every story and there is a whole lot to go at but the arc throughout was really wonderful that simply takes this series to a peak.

The cast is brilliant.
Trevor Baxter's takes the role of
Professor Litefoot an intelligent coroner who is successful but not quite as highly regarded and respected as he would hope, and Chris Benjamin's Henry Gordon Jago is wonderful. His role is that of an aged Theatre Owner and Impresario - all verbosity, bluster and pomp yet he has that wonderful attribute of being able to laugh at himself and realize he is a bit of a humbug.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By missismac on 25 Feb. 2013
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Season 2 is as great as Season 1 and I like the notion of the 'bad guy' linking all 4 episodes together with the final confrontation and just desserts for the truly awful villain. I have gone on to buy Series 3 . If you are a fan of the Scarifyers and weird stories you will love these cd's . I did not catch these great characters the first time round in Dr Who but I am pleased I did finally. The actors and the stories are a treat to fans of the weird and wonderful.
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Jago & Litefoot V. Vampires 20 Dec. 2014
By Adam - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The second series of Jago and Litefoot takes the duo on their second series and the result is a tad darker as they deal with a baleful vampire through four interconnected stories:

1) Litefoot and Sanders

This starts right off where series 1 left off with Litefoot taking on another partner as they investigate a series of bizarre murder. Jago is miffed and suspicious. This is a great start as it's not only solid story but gives each of leads a chance to show their own strength.

2) The Necropolis Express

Jago and Litefoot board a train to bury a friend in a pauper's field, but when they get there they find sinister goings on afoot. This has a bit of a Frankenstein story, but it's well done, being creepy and atmospheric.

3) The Theatre of Dreams

Jago has taken over as manager of a new theater and is looking to book acts. And after all the trouble he got into in the Talons of Weng-Chiang with an evil mind-controlling hypnotist, the first big act Jago books is a group of evil mind controlling hypnotists. However, these claim to make your dreams come true and they can. Overall, this is a solid story held up by a brilliant final twenty minutes.

4) The Ruthven Inheritance

Jago gets offered 500 pounds to purchase his theater, and Litefoot finds himself caught in a scandal and offered 500 pounds to examine some bones under an old family's house. The plots do collide. While I thought the story had some good moments and great excitement, it felt a little cheap. Throughout the series, Justin Richards set up Jago and Litefoot with some serious problems and he neatly and easily wraps them up with no long-term harm in a way that seems a little cheap and easy. Still, the promise of a return of a key character from the duos past has me looking forward to series 3.
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