Category Archives: Jago & Litefoot

The Age of Revolution

Corks – it’s the return of theatre impresario Henry Gordon Jago and pathologist Professor George Litefoot, those two fruity Victorian investigators played to perfection by Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter. They are back for another quartet of audio adventures, courtesy … Continue reading

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Mysteries in Audio: Podcast

Patrick, a man wise beyond his years and master of that smashing resource, At The Scene of the Crime, today celebrates the second online birthday of his blog. As we are both fans of mystery audios I was thrilled to … Continue reading

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Mysteries in Audio: Podcast

I’m a big fan of audio drama (and for a year I even hosted a blog devoted to the subject) and have occasionally reviewed full cast radio plays here at Fedora (for a list of some of these see here). … Continue reading

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THE HOURGLASS KILLERS by Justin Richards

The title may sound like an episode of The Man from UNCLE but in fact this is the cracking climax to the fourth season of Jago & Litefoot. And one of the things that becomes clear almost immediately is that … Continue reading

Posted in Audio Review, Big Finish, Doctor Who, Jago & Litefoot, Justin Richards, London, Scene of the crime, Steampunk | 7 Comments

THE LONELY CLOCK by Matthew Sweet

The Jago & Litefoot audio adventures, a spin-off from the Doctor Who characters featured in the classic Tom Baker serial, ‘The Talons of Weng-Chiang’ by Robert Holmes, continue into their fourth and potentially best season yet. Trevor Baxter plays pathologist … Continue reading

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BEAUTIFUL THINGS by John Dorney

Roll up, roll up for the exciting new season of audio adventures featuring Jago and Litefoot, the Victorian duo specialising in ‘infernal investigations’ played with brio and vim by Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter. After their emotional Brighton sojourn in … Continue reading

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JAGO IN LOVE by Nigel Fairs

The plot: Jago, Litefoot and Leela take a holiday in Brighton. There, Jago meets and falls for music hall singer Abigail Woburn, a relationship that threatens to split the infernal investigators apart, as dark forces gather on the beach … … Continue reading

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