I'm sure I remember word from Big Finish that there wouldn't be any more, or am I misremembering? It was probably something like 'there won't be any more at present', or something like that - but I do remember being a bit deflated by the news.
BF don't activity ask Philip for Scripts, occasionally he looks at old rough story ideas if he thinks ones got legs, he contacts Marc Platt, they work together and develop a full script then they offer to BF who give it a look over for BBC approval, then they record.
In 2019 at various conventions Louise Jameson, Phillip and Marc Platt confirmed that the writing/adapting process had started again on another idea.
The Vortex articles for the previous sets say he doesn't use old ideas because there's pretty much nothing to use, but he tries to put himself in the mindset of stories he might have made if he'd stayed on for a fourth season and produces detailed story outlines.
Considering the PHP Range is one of the strongest Fourth Doctor ranges this is really exciting wonder if we will ever get a Eric Saward Presents or Philip Segal Presents range
What about Waris Husain Presents?
That would be excellent, presumably something for the recast First Doctor team? Another classic historical story in the style of his directed epic 'Marco Polo'? I know directors at the BBC went from one story to another and didn't usually create stories, but of course Waris Hussein was partly responsible for creating the Doctor as we first knew him - it would be fascinating to see where he might have taken the show.
They get a hell of a lot of use out of Twelfth Doctor promo pics on Big Finish covers. His outfit from Deep Breath on this cover and his arms and hands used in a fair few others.
Cover looks great!
I suspect it's because he had the most generic outfits, so they're easy to use for other characters. Also, during Moffat's tenure they started taking more promo pics anyway, so there's more poses etc. to choose from with Smith and Capaldi.
In the future, will the use of Time Lord / Time Lady be replaced by Time Person (/ Noble?) to be more inclusive? Lovely cover even though I was already sold on this.
Would it need to be? In Dark Water, Missy states that her preference of 'Time Lady' is "old-fashioned". It's made clear that the gender-neutral term is 'Time Lord'. But, yeah, it might be an idea to come up with a completely separate term, if required.
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