Making Myths was a 1999 story in the Bernice Summerfield series, released as part of the Buried Treasures subscriber-only anthology. These two stories were the first original Bernice Summerfield stories recorded by Big Finish Productions.
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Professor Bernice Summerfield: 26th century archaeology professor, and tutor at St Oscar's University on the planet Dellah. Prone to getting involved in adventures, scrapes and general derring-do armed only with her wits, cunning and a flask of brandy! Aged about 35ish, but frequently says she's younger. Odd that...
Keri the Pakhar: An investigative journalist famous for getting herself into the darkest, most dangerous corners of the galaxy to bring her stories to her audience. Brave, dedicated and frequently putting her own life at risk, she found time to be Maid of Honour at Benny's wedding and how has her own radio show onto which she can invite whosoever she pleases...
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- This story marked the directorial debut of Jason Haigh-Ellery.
- This story, whose original release in Buried Treasures has long been out of print, cannot be rereleased commercially for contractual reasons. 
- It was rereleased for free as part of The Big Finish Podcast on 28 January 2010.
- The character of Keri comes from Gary Russell's novel Legacy. She later appeared, under her full name Ker'a'nol, in the sixth season Bernice Summerfield story The Goddess Quandary, but was voiced by another actor.
- This audio drama was recorded on 9 January 1999 in Gary Gillatt and Ed Salt's flat.
Continuity[edit | edit source]
- Ker'a'nol is introduced as Bernice Summerfield's best friend. However, she has only met Bernice a few times before and neither appearance was in the 26th century. The reason for this discrepancy is picked up on in AUDIO: The End of the World.
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- Archived Buried Treasures page at the defunct website www.bernicesummerfield.com (1.04.2003)
Footnotes[edit | edit source]
- Vortex 79, Vortex mail, p.22