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Jago & Litefoot Audio CD – Audiobook, 30 Jun 2011

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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (30 Jun. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1844355616
  • ISBN-13: 978-1844355617
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 4.2 x 14.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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Three series' in, and the spin-off from the 1977 Doctor Who TV serial `The Talons of Weng Chiang' shows no signs of diminishing in quality. Trevor Baxter's droll Professor Litefoot, and Chris Benjamin's bibulous theatre owner Henry Gordon Jago continue to spark off one another, whilst the addition of Louise Jameson's Leela is the icing on a fantastically fruity cake.
With mysteries including watery zombies surfacing from the Thames, future echoes in the form of a group of modern day scientists slipping in and out of Victorian London, and sinister fairytale figures appearing at the bottom of the garden, there is some great stuff here, and I just hope this series will run and run - particularly as the final story whets our appetites with the appearance of a strangely familiar yet somehow different figure...
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Hooray and hats off for the third series of Jago and Litefoot. Following their first appearance as one off companions in the celebrated Tom Baker serial ‘Talons Of Weng Chiang’ way back in 1977, the erudite and gentlemanly professor Litefoot and the verbose impresario Henry Gordon Jago were finally reunited for a doctorless adventure by Big Finish in the companion chronicle ‘Mahogany Murders’ in 2009, which was the stand out release in that range that year. 5 years on, and as I write the pairing has been such a success that there are 7 series of four adventures each published, and a further three announced. And two one off specials. So much to listen to and so little time and money with which to do it! Anyway, back to the point. This is the third series of four adventures to feature the detective duo as they investigate infernal incidents in Victorian London. The quality of the first two series was high, and I am glad to be able to report that there has been no diminution here.

Following the tantalising coda at the end of the last adventure in the second series, the inestimable ‘Ruthven inheritance’, there is an added treat in this series. Louise Jameson, Leela in the TV series (and beyond), joins the team! Her addition to the team gives the whole thing a feeling of being something a bit special, there is a real interplay between Jameson, Trevor Baxter and Christopher Benjamin that will get long term fans of the show (who have loved Talons, followed Leela through her Gallifrey adventures and marvelled at the escapades of Jago and Litefoot) really excited, foaming at the mouth with euphoria. It did for me anyway.
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I am so glad that I have been introduced to the Jago and Litefoot series. I like the way that there is a theme running through all the stories that relate to one 'baddie'. However, series 3 is very good but the first two series are even better and highly recommended especially if you enjoy listening to stories relating to the weird and definitely creepy. Every series leaves you with a cliffhanger ending so you are encouraged to buy the next. I am listening to the Talons of Weng Chian at the moment which is a forerunner to the series. This is excellent too and great for Dr Who fans.
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