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Short Trips: The Muses was the fourth Short Trips anthology published by Big Finish Productions.

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Tell me, O Muse, of that many-aspected hero who fled his home world to travel every corner of time and space. Tell me, daughter of Jove, of his battles and his tragedies, of the strangers he encountered and the evil plots he foiled. Speak with laughter, with tears, through songs and visions of the Doctor, the hero and champion of this world and many more.

The nine Muses have since ancient times brought inspiration to those willing to receive it. Nine authors have received the inspiration of the Muses, to speak of the mysterious Time Lord known only as "the Doctor". They will tell tales of History, of Dancing, of Comedy and Tragedy, of Sacred Poetry, Epic Poetry and Love Poetry, of Music and Astronomy. May they speak to your hearts.


# Title Author Doctor Featuring
1 Teach Yourself Ballroom Dancing Robert Shearman 6th
2 The Brain of Socrates Gareth Roberts 4th Leela
3 Mordieu Tara Samms 8th
4 An Overture Too Early Simon Guerrier 3rd Sarah, The Brig
5 Hymn of the City Sarah Groenewegen 7th Ace
6 Confabula Ian Potter 5th Nyssa
7 The Astronomer's Apprentice Simon A. Forward 2nd Jamie, Victoria
8 Katarina in the Underworld Steve Lyons 1st Katarina
9 The Glass Princess Justin Richards Second Doctor, Third Doctor, Fourth Doctor, Fifth Doctor, Sixth Doctor, Seventh Doctor, Eighth Doctor

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