Jago & Litefoot was an audio series from Big Finish Productions. The stories involved Henry Gordon Jago and George Litefoot, characters first introduced in the Doctor Who story The Talons of Weng-Chiang. In the series, they solved mysteries involving paranormal or alien phenomena in 1890s London. Christopher Benjamin, Trevor Baxter and Conrad Asquith reprised their roles as Jago, Litefoot and PC Quick (promoted to Sergeant Quick, and subsequently to Inspector). They were joined in the regular cast by Lisa Bowerman as barmaid Ellie Higson.
A Companion Chronicles release entitled The Mahogany Murderers was released as a standalone story, but served as a backdoor pilot for a potential series. After favourable reception, a season of four stories were announced for release as a boxed CD set as well as digitally on 30 June 2010. Weeks before the release of the first series, a second series was confirmed for release in January 2011, and continual popularity saw a third series begin recording in August 2010 for a June 2011 release. The series subsequently adopted a bi-annual release pattern, with fourteen series having been released until 2018.
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series One
|1.1||The Bloodless Soldier||Justin Richards||Ellie, Quick, Tulp||30 June 2010|
|1.2||The Bellova Devil||Alan Barnes||Ellie, Quick, Sacker, Tulp|
|1.3||The Spirit Trap||Jonathan Morris||Ellie|
|1.4||The Similarity Engine||Andy Lane||Ellie, Quick, Tulp|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Two
|2.1||Litefoot and Sanders||Justin Richards||Ellie, Quick, Sanders||January 2011|
|2.2||The Necropolis Express||Mark Morris||Ellie, Sanders|
|2.3||The Theatre of Dreams||Jonathan Morris||Ellie, Quick, Sacker, Sanders|
|2.4||The Ruthven Inheritance||Andy Lane||Ellie, Sacker, Sanders, Leela|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Three
|3.1||Dead Men's Tales||Justin Richards||Leela, Ellie, Quick||June 2011|
|3.2||The Man at the End of the Garden||Matthew Sweet|
|3.3||Swan Song||John Dorney||Leela, Payne|
|3.4||Chronoclasm||Andy Lane||Leela, Ellie, Quick, Payne, Sixth Doctor|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Four
|4.1||Jago in Love||Nigel Fairs||Leela, Ellie, Quick, Abigail, Sixth Doctor, Kempston, Hardwick||March 2012|
|4.2||Beautiful Things||John Dorney||Leela, Ellie, Quick, Sixth Doctor, Kempston, Hardwick|
|4.3||The Lonely Clock||Matthew Sweet||Leela, Ellie, Sixth Doctor, Kempston, Hardwick|
|4.4||The Hourglass Killers||Justin Richards||Leela, Sixth Doctor, Ellie, Quick, Abigail, Kempston, Hardwick|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Five
|5.1||The Age of Revolution||Jonathan Morris||Ellie, Dave, Godiva, Aubrey||6 March 2013|
|5.2||The Case of the Gluttonous Guru||Marc Platt|
|5.3||The Bloodchild Codex||Colin Brake||Ellie, Dave, Godiva|
|5.4||The Final Act||Justin Richards||Ellie, Dave, Magnus Greel, Mr Sin, Godiva, Aubrey|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Six
|6.1||The Skeleton Quay||Jonathan Morris||The Colonel||18 September 2013|
|6.2||Return of the Repressed||Matthew Sweet|
|6.3||Military Intelligence||George Mann||Ellie, Quick, the Colonel, Agatha|
|6.4||The Trial of George Litefoot||Justin Richards|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Seven
|7.1||The Monstrous Menagerie||Jonathan Morris||Ellie, Quick, Abberline, Patsy||3 April 2014|
|7.2||The Night of 1000 Stars||James Goss||Ellie, "Leela"|
|7.3||Murder at Moorsey Manor||Simon Barnard, Paul Morris||Abberline|
|7.4||The Wax Princess||Justin Richards||Ellie, Quick, Abberline, Patsy|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Eight
|8.1||Encore of the Scorchies||James Goss||Ellie, Scorchies||16 October 2014|
|8.2||The Backwards Men||Andy Lane||Ellie, Quick|
|8.3||Jago & Litefoot & Patsy||Simon Barnard, Paul Morris||Ellie, Quick, Patsy, Darkling Façade|
|8.4||Higson & Quick||Justin Richards|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Nine
|9.1||The Flying Frenchmen||Jonathan Morris||Ellie, Quick, Aubrey, Fowler, Mercer, Isobelle||28 April 2015|
|9.2||The Devil's Dicemen||Justin Richards||Aubrey, Betterman, Tibbs|
|9.3||Island of Death||Simon Barnard, Paul Morris||Isobelle, Aubrey, Tibbs|
|9.4||Return of the Nightmare||Justin Richards||Ellie, Quick, Aubrey, Fowler, Mercer, Isobelle|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Ten
|10.1||The Case of the Missing Gasogene||Simon Barnard, Paul Morris||Ellie, Quick, Summerton||21 October 2015|
|10.2||The Year of the Bat||Jonathan Morris||Ellie, Quick|
|10.3||The Mourning After||James Goss||Ellie, Quick, Betterman, Summerton|
|10.4||The Museum of Curiosities||Justin Richards|
Jago & Litefoot & Strax
|The Haunting||Justin Richards||Ellie, Quick, Strax||11 November 2015|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Eleven
|11.1||Jago & Son||Nigel Fairs||Ellie, Quick, the Master||28 April 2016|
|11.3||The Woman in White||Simon Barnard, Paul Morris|
|11.4||Masterpiece||Justin Richards||Ellie, Quick, the Master, Sixth Doctor|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Twelve
|12.1||Picture This||Justin Richards||Ellie, Quick, the Old One, Ravener||26 October 2016|
|12.2||The Flickermen||Paul Morris, Simon Barnard||Ellie, Quick, the Old One, Ravener, Paul|
|12.3||School of Blood||Paul Morris|
|12.4||Warm Blood||Justin Richards||Ellie, Quick, the Old One, Ravener|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Thirteen
|13.1||The Stuff of Nightmares||Paul Morris||Ellie, Quick||24 April 2017|
|13.2||Chapel of Night||Jonathan Barnes||Ellie, Quick, Angelica|
|13.3||How The Other Half Lives||Matthew Sweet||Ellie, Quick, Betterman, Aubrey|
|13.4||Too Much Reality||Justin Richards||Ellie, Quick, Betterman, Aubrey, Angelica|
Jago & Litefoot Forever
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot Forever (audio anthology)
|Jago & Litefoot Forever||Paul Morris||Ellie, Quick, Leela, Sixth Doctor, Queen Victoria||24 May 2018|
|The Jago & Litefoot Revival||Jonathan Barnes||Tenth Doctor, Eleventh Doctor, Ellie|
- Main article: Jago & Litefoot: Series Fourteen
|14.1||The Red Hand||Simon Barnard and Paul Morris (adapted by Paul Morris)||Jamie Newall||Ellie, Quick||29 June 2021|
|14.2||The Laughing Policeman||Jonathan Barnes (adapted by Julian Richards)||Duncan Wisbey||Ellie|
|14.3||The Corridors of Power||Paul Morris (adapted by Paul Morris)||Lisa Bowerman||The Eminence|
|14.4||A Command Performance||Justin Richards and Julian Richards (adapted by Julian Richards)||Christopher Benjamin|
Other Jago & Litefoot releases
- The Mahogany Murderers from Companion Chronicles: It was released as a standalone story, but served as a backdoor pilot for the series.
- Voyage to Venus and Voyage to the New World: These stories take place between series 4 and 5 of Jago & Litefoot. The CDs were released with reversible covers depicting the discs as either special Doctor Who releases numbered 1 & 2, or as Jago & Litefoot releases numbered 4.5 & 4.6.
- The Worlds of Doctor Who: This special release was a crossover of Big Finish's Doctor Who spin-off ranges. Jago and Litefoot were featured in Mind Games.
- The Justice of Jalxar from The Fourth Doctor Adventures: with the Fourth Doctor and Romana I, featuring Jago and Litefoot.
- The Beast of Kravenos from The Fourth Doctor Adventures: with the Fourth Doctor and Romana II, featuring Jago and Litefoot.
- Stage Fright, one of the stories in The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure: featuring Jago and Litefoot meeting the Sixth Doctor and Flip Jackson.
- The Jago & Litefoot Revival: featuring the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors, was produced to celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Talons of Weng-Chiang. It was later collected in the boxset Jago & Litefoot Forever.
- Benjamin & Baxter: An audio documentary featuring interviews with Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter.
- The Doctor, Jago, Litefoot, Leela, Percival Quick, Magnus Greel, Mr Sin, Patsy and the Decayed Master are the only characters from the classic series to appear in Jago and Litefoot. With the exception of the Master, all these characters featured in the television story The Talons of Weng-Chiang, and the Decayed Master was originally supposed to appear in it before being replaced by Magnus Greel.