MASTER, by Joseph Lidster
Geoffrey Beevers plays an amnesiac who slowly starts to believe that he is actually a man of great evil… and the mysterious Doctor with the question mark umbrella seems to agree with him! A great production that offers a different version of the Gallifreyan childhood trauma suggested in Utopia/Sound of Drums/Last of the Time Lords.
DUST BREEDING, by Mike Tucker
Ace, Seven, Bev Tarrant, art theft, and the Master once again played by Geoffrey Beevers. Plus a bonus cameo by Caroline John!
TRAIL OF THE WHITE WORM by Alan Barnes
THE OSEIDON ADVENTURE by Alan Barnes
Tom Baker’s Fourth Doctor is reunited with one of ‘his’ Masters (he had three, you know) as the scarred renegade played by Geoffrey Beevers enacts a wild scheme. This story not only features Louise Jamieson as Leela (meeting the Master for the first time!) but also Rachael Stirling, who recently appeared in Doctor Who in The Crimson Horror.
MASTERMIND, by Jonathan Morris
I haven’t listened to this one yet, it’s a new release! Daphne Ashbrook & Yee Jee Tso play officers of the Vault, a respository of alien artefacts – and as it turns out, there is a living prisoner in the vault. A man called the Master… (Geoffrey Beevers)
and coming up very soon,
The spectacular 50th anniversary episode, due to drop in November. Basically all the Doctors, as many companions as they can squeeze in, PLUS Geoffrey Beevers as the Master.
But Big Finish has a few other Masters up its sleeve…
In a universe where the Second Doctor regenerated into David Warner instead of Jon Pertwee, and was exiled to 1997 Earth instead of the 1970’s… the Brigadier’s life went very differently. Set in Hong Kong, this excellent standalone adventure (though it does have a single sequel!) doesn’t just give us Nicholas Courtney and David Warner’s Doctor, but also features none other than David Tennant as the very Scottish Colonel Brimmicombe-Wood, and Mark Gatiss as the Master.
AND THIS ONE in which the fact that the Master appears at all is so spoilery that he’s not even listed in the credits. Sneaky, sneaky Big Finish. But one of the all time great Master performances. Just download it and try to forget what I just told you.