After 22 years and 275 releases – plus one Guinness World RecordDoctor Who audio drama producer Big Finish is wrapping up its range of Monthly Adventures that has run since 1999, with plans afoot for each Doctor to feature in new ranges of boxset releases.


To mark the end of an era - and the beginning of an exciting new one - is asking you to help crown fans' favourite ever stories from the monthly range.

Last week, the vote to end all votes continued as we asked fans to name their favourite Sixth Doctor release from across 81 stories, with 2000's The Holy Terror - written by Robert Shearman - landing the top spot.

A digital download of this story, as well as the four other stories in the top five – 2000's The Spectre of Lanyon Moor, 2005's The Juggernauts, 2017's Static, and 2003's Jubilee – are now available at 50% off until 11:59pm (UK time) on 17th May from

Next up, we're asking you to help crown your favourite of the Seventh Doctor stories starring Sylvester McCoy, all 78 of them.

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Which is your favourite from Number Seven? Let us know by voting in the poll below – voting remains open until 2pm on Friday, 21st May. The winner will be announced by and Big Finish on Tuesday, 25th May.

As with the Fifth and Sixth Doctor polls, digital downloads of the stories voted in the top five will be made available at a reduced price for a limited time.

So what are you waiting for? Get voting. Note: Tap the poll to get it to expand if you can't see the full list.

This poll is now closed – thanks for voting!

Big Finish was recently awarded a Guinness World Record for the longest-running science fiction audio play series, after releasing a brand-new Doctor Who monthly adventure for 275 consecutive months.

The company released its first Doctor Who story in the range all the way back in July 1999, and have delivered a new adventure every month since, featuring storylines for the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Doctors.


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