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For Doctor Who Fans: Check Out “The Minister of Chance” at IndieGoGo

This came to me by Jules Sherred of the Geeky Pleasures Radio show and I thought it was well worth sharing.

Do you want to help fund a piece of superb science-fiction? Do you want to help create a delicious audiodrama, dripping with sound so luscious it seeps from your ears, creating vibrant images within your brain? Do you want to be a part of and own a little piece of the Doctor Who universe? Of course you do!

Radio Static is currently raising funds to create The Minister of Chance Episode 3: Paludin Fields.

If you are not yet familiar with this brilliantly written and superbly produced audiodrama, The Minister Of Chance takes place in the Doctor Who universe. As described on The Minister’s website:

The Minister of Chance is an audio Science Fiction Fantasy series in the tradition of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and the best in radiophonics. It’s free, and you get it by subscribing to the podcast.

The Minister, like The Doctor, is a Timelord, first introduced to audiences in the award-winning and record-breaking BBC Doctor Who mini-series Death Comes to Time. He was originally played by Stephen Fry but, as Timelords will, he has now regenerated into Julian Wadham’s more austere and urgent incarnation.

The Minister Of Chance stars a lot of Doctor Who Alumni, including:

  • Sylvester McCoy as The Witch Prime. (7th Doctor)
  • Paul McGann as Durian. (1996 Doctor Who movie/8th Doctor)

For more information or to help fund this SciFi Audio Drama, please visit the Geeky Pleasures website.

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1 Comment on For Doctor Who Fans: Check Out “The Minister of Chance” at IndieGoGo

  1. I’ve not actually tried any of these Doctor Who audio dramas.

    Funny enough, a few years ago, I got curious about them. I was all set to try and pick one to buy and try–when I heard that the series was being revived. My interest in listening to one of the dramas abated, and I never followed up on listening to any of them.

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