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The seventh batch in the Torchwood range of audios was planned for release by Big Finish Productions in 2021 and 2022.


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The stories were planned for monthly release from 21 April 2021 to April 2022.[1]

Featured actors[]


# Title Author Director Featuring Released Pr. code
49 Gooseberry James Goss Scott Handcock Owen, Andy 21 April 2021 BFPTWCD49
50X The Black Knight Lizbeth Myles Norton Folgate 23 March 2022 BFPTWCD50X
51 The Five People You Kill in Middlesbrough Tracy-Ann Oberman, Tim Foley Yvonne Hartman 24 June 2021 BFPTWCD51
52 Madam, I'm James Goss Norton, Liz, Adam 27 July 2021 BFPTWCD52
53 Empire of Shadows Zach 24 August 2021 BFPTWCD53
54 Curios Bilis 14 September 2021 BFPTWCD54
55 The Great Sontaran War Lisa Bowerman Ianto, Sontarans 22 October 2021 BFPTWCD55
56 The Red List Scott Handcock Mr Colchester, Ms McShane 18 November 2021 BFPTWCD56
57 The Grey Mare Stewart Pringle, Lauren Mooney Lisa Bowerman Ianto 14 December 2021 BFPTWCD57
58 Cadoc Point David Llewellyn Andy 26 January 2022 BFPTWCD58
59 Sonny Lizzie Hopley Rhys, Brenda 22 February 2022 BFPTWCD59
60 Infidel Places Una McCormack Queen Victoria 21 April 2022 BFPTWCD60


  • The story The Five People You Kill in Middlesbrough is credited to the character of Yvonne Hartman.
  • The originally advertised fiftieth story, Absent Friends, was suspended from release in response to allegations of misconduct against John Barrowman, with an unspecified Big Finish spokesperson confirming, "We have no plans to publish this title at this time."[2] It was later replaced with The Black Knight, which featured Norton Folgate.


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