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Baker's End: The Happenstance Pox

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Baker's End: The Happenstance Pox

Colin Baker makes his debut as The King of Cats in the award-winning Baker's End

Starring: Colin Baker, Katy Manning, Susan Jameson and Alastair Petrie

The Scarifyers: The Gnomes of Death

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The Scarifyers: The Gnomes of Death

Crow and Dunning find themselves pitted against their shortest foes yet

Starring: David Warner, Terry Molloy and Matthew Holness

The Brenda and Effie Mysteries 1

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The Brenda and Effie Mysteries 1

There's a strange new landlady in Whitby; a lady with a black beehive, nasty scars and a chequered past

Starring: Anne Reid, Alex Lowe and Chris Pavlo

Hammer Chillers

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Hammer Chillers

Six full-cast contemporary tales of terror from horror legends Hammer Films

Starring: Miles Jupp, Con O'Neill, Alex Lowe and Camille Coduri

The Happenstance Pox shows that you can change the first name of the Baker, but the inherent madness of Baker’s End continues unabated... He’s the new Baker, whether you like it or not – and by the end, I suspect you will

Paul Simpson - Sci-Fi Bulletin

Colin Baker is marvellous. So marvellous, I realise as I write this that he has injected a breath of fresh air into something that I didn’t realise even needed it... Can Colin be the King of Cats for a bit longer please?

Bex Ferriday - Mass Movement Magazine

It’s great to be able to retreat into the lunatic world of the Scarifyers.... Guest stars Matthew Holness and Phil Rose join in the fun with gusto and as ever, writers Simon Barnard and Paul Morris throw in as many mad ideas as the script can contain. There’s even more of a feeling of the colour episodes of The Avengers than there was before... Madcap extraordinary fun.

Paul Simpson - Sci-Fi Bulletin

The Scarifyers: The Gnomes of Death is a great story, well directed and produced with the usual flair so evident in this series ever since it began back in 2006... It’s been over two years since we least heard from The Scarifyers, and on the strength of this latest release, their powers to entertain are undiminished

Tony Jones - Starburst Magazine

They may have been out of action for a couple of years, but The Scarifyers haven’t missed a beat in their downtime and The Gnomes of Death slides straight back into their delightfully ridiculous and wonderfully absurd universe with ease, proving that the best series, like the finest of wines, just get better with age

Tim Cundle - Mass Movement

Amusing, alarming and decidedly alcoholic in places, if you have not dipped a toe into the world of The Scarifyers before, The Gnomes of Death is a great place to start!

Ian McCardell - Cultbox

Tatty Bogle is marvellous. Never have I listened to a piece of work that can with, one sentence, scare me, confuse me, make me cackle with glee and provide a little food for thought... Paul Magrs needs to be sanctioned. Seriously. But only after he writes the next 34 ‘Baker’s End’ episodes

Ian McCann - We Are Cult

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