After the mysterious events at Coal Hill School, the British government has created the Counter-Measures group, a specialist team that investigates strange phenomena and dangerous technology. Their first missions will involve a haunted warehouse, a groundbreaking artificial intelligence, a mysterious new town and a threat to the future of the country....
Four full-cast audio dramas plus a behind-the-scenes documentary.
Threshold by Paul Finch.
A missing scientist and ghostly phenomena bring Gilmore and Allison to a factory in Bermondsey and the discovery of a science that should not exist. As Rachel Jensen returns to help them, a new future for Counter-Measures is set in motion....
Artificial Intelligence by Matt Fitton.
Investigating a suicide at the Sen-Gen facility, the group discovers a new weapon in the Cold War - and Gilmore meets an old flame. Meanwhile Rachel discovers that she can't trust anyone, not even the sound of her own voice....
The Pelage Project by Ian Potter.
A case of industrial pollution leads the group to the new industrial town Pelage and a dangerous meeting with its leader, Ken Temple. And deep within the plant, it appears that an alien invasion is already underway....
State of Emergency by Justin Richards.
There are creatures from another dimension on the streets and traitors in the halls of Westminster. When the government is in jeopardy, Rachel, Allison and Gilmore take on a faction staging a very un-British coup....
Written by: Paul Finch, Matt Fitton, Ian Potter and Justin Richards. Directed by: Ken Bentley.
©2012 Big Finish Productions (P)2012 Big Finish Productions
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"Bad sound res"
Poor, sound quality
I enjoyed the story but it is ruined some what by the poor sound quality that audible provides.
Had i brought this from the big finish website the audio quality would have been twice the resolution
Yes, good Avengers style fun!
Big Finish productions can be very mediocre and lack heart but this was actually good and I'd listen to others in the series.
Some bad line readings but also some good performances.
Worth a pop!
"overpowered by sound effects"
this could have been very enjoyable except its completely overpowered by sound effects and music. its as though they let a couple of eight year olds loose in the radiophonic workshop. I had to abandon the first story as found it impossible to listen to. shame as the acting is fun. if you have resilient eardrums, go ahead.
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