Out Now: The Triumph of Sutekh

This month, an ancient evil returns to the universe: Sutekh is back. And Professor Bernice Summerfield has a message to us all.

Big Finish are bringing back the Pyramids of Mars villain, voiced by the ever-brilliant Gabriel Woolf, in a special set which pairs Lisa Bowerman’s popular character with Sylvester McCoy’s Seventh Doctor and Sophie Aldred’s Ace. The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield Volume 2: The Triumph of Sutekh is a four-disc adventures written by Una McCormack, James Goss, Guy Adams, and Justin Richards:

Deep below the sand of Mars, an ancient horror stirs. Sutekh, Last of the Osirans, has been reborn, and all humanity trembles at his feet!

The Doctor is powerless, the Time Lords are helpless, and the only hope for the universe is Bernice Summerfield, archaeologist extraordinaire; and it will take everything she has to face the Egyptian God of Death.

Robot Mummies, insane cultists, lost treasures and a chase across time and space await…

1) The Pyramid of Sutekh by Guy Adams

Professor Bernice Summerfield, archaeologist and adventurer, has discovered a Pyramid on Mars. Inside she finds her old friend the Doctor is fighting a battle with the Osiran God Sutekh. One he is losing.

The Triumph of Sutekh full set

2) The Vaults of Osiris by Justin Richards

Egypt in 2015 is an unsettled place. The trade in stolen antiquities is a murky one, and it’s about to get a whole lot worse, as an ancient and terrible force enters the market.

3) The Eye of Horus by James Goss

Ancient Egypt is enjoying a golden age – peace, prosperity and a powerful Pharaoh. But something is moving through the sands. A forgotten god requests an invite to the feast.

4) The Tears of Isis by Una McCormack

Russell Courtland prophesied the world would end on Tuesday. No-one was more surprised than he was when it did.

Anyone with chilling memories of the original 1975 serial will surely be thrilled with this boxset.

And what’s more, it’s available right now from Big Finish for just £20!



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