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Timejacked! was an audio anthology released on 3 November 2021 by Big Finish Productions. It starred Jacob Dudman as the Twelfth Doctor and Bhavnisha Parmar as Keira Sanstrom.

Publisher's summary[]

The Doctor is taken away from his quiet life as a lecturer at St Lukes, and into adventure by a Time Agent on the run.

2.1 Flight to Calandra by Matt Fitton

The Doctor wants a peaceful afternoon playing guitar in his study. Keira wants the Doctor to take her from Earth to the planet Calandra. Reluctantly, the Doctor agrees. But when they arrive, Calandra isn't how Keira remembers. Something's gone very wrong...

2.2 Split Second by Lou Morgan

Oh dear. That wasn't meant to happen.

2.3 The Weight of History by Lou Morgan

The Founder built their planet and their people from nothing. Their lives, and their very world, are dependent on the whims of the Founder. All praise the Founder. 

Stories[]

# Title Author Director Featuring Released Pr. code
2.1 Flight to Calandra Matt Fitton Helen Goldwyn Keira 3 November 2021 BFP12THCCD02
2.2 Split Second Lou Morgan
2.3 The Weight of History

Notes[]

Alternate cover.

  • This box set was recorded on 19-21 May 2021 at the Soundhouse.
  • This box set was originally due to be released in February 2022 but, due to production rescheduling, was actually released in November 2021.
  • In Flight to Calandra, the Twelfth Doctor makes a reference to the Ninth Doctor audio story Monsters in Metropolis, which would be released as part of Lost Warriors a couple of weeks later on 23 November. This is a rare occasion of a continuity reference being made before a story is released, though this may have been down to the aforementioned production/release reschedule.

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