The Demons of Red Lodge and Other Stories was the one hundred and forty-second release in Big Finish's monthly range. The four stories were written by Jason Arnopp, Rick Briggs, William Gallagher and John Dorney respectively and featured Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor and Sarah Sutton as Nyssa.

Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]

Four one-part stories:

1. The Demons of Red Lodge by Jason Arnopp

2. The Entropy Composition by Rick Briggs

3. Doing Time by William Gallagher

4. Special Features by John Dorney

The Demons of Red Lodge

by Jason Arnopp

A long, dark night in 17th century Suffolk for the TARDIS travellers – when they find something nasty outside the woodshed.

The Entropy Composition

by Rick Briggs

A lost prog rock symphony is unearthed from the vaults – with catastrophic consequences for the entire cosmos.

Doing Time

by William Gallagher

On the planet Folly, justice catches up with criminal mastermind 'The Doctor' – but can he endure a year in the jug?

Special Features

by John Dorney

At last, the cult 1970s horror anthology Doctor Demonic's Tales of Terror is set for release on DVD, complete with a commentary from director Martin Ashcroft, leading actors Sir Jack Merrivale and Johanna Bourke, plus the film's historical adviser – the mysterious 'Dr John Smith'!

Stories[edit | edit source]

# Title Author Director Featuring Released Pr. code
142.1 The Demons of Red Lodge Jason Arnopp Ken Bentley Nyssa 15 December 2010 6C/Q
142.2 The Entropy Composition Rick Briggs
142.3 Doing Time William Gallagher
142.4 Special Features John Dorney

Notes[edit | edit source]

Textless cover art

  • Subscribers to the monthly range whose subscription included this audio received The Four Doctors free. Additionally, a reading of the short story The Little Drummer Boy by Beth Chalmers was released as a free download to subscribers with this release.
  • Purchases directly from Big Finish also gained access to downloadable extras, including the script of the stories, extended interviews with the cast and crew, and the full recording of The Devil's Whisper: the central play within Special Features.

External links[edit | edit source]

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.