All posts by Matt Evenden

Author by Matt Evenden


1. The Year After I Died by Guy Adams Set in the year 200,101, on an Earth ravaged by the Daleks, Jack struggles to save humanity from its oldest enemy. 2. Wednesdays For Beginners by James Goss Jack and Jackie Tyler must unite to rescue the Powell Estate from a force whose name Jackie can

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Sarah returns as Dorothy Parker in The Valley of Nightmares in the fifth series of The Confessions of Dorian Gray from Big Finish Productions. Los Angeles, 1948. Reunited in the heart of the Hollywood Hills, Dorian Gray and Dorothy Parker quickly find themselves embroiled in a conspiracy that takes them behind-the-scenes of the region’s booming

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Mary Shelley was a prominent English writer in the early 19th century. Shelley also promoted the work of her husband Percy Bysshe Shelley, who was one of the greatest poets in literature. Shelley is now best known for her gothic fiction, especially the classic novel Frankenstein. Mathilda is a novel that tells the twisted life

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Sarah stars as Dorothy Parker in Murder on 81st Street in the second series of The Confessions of Dorian Gray from Big Finish Productions. New York, 1939. Running into his old friend Dorothy Parker on the street, Dorian finds himself accompanying her to the opening of an antiquities exhibition. But when one of the guests

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Yesterday a couple of things happened that set the tone of my blog this month. I always toss ideas around for ages before I get to setting pen to paper ( yes I do still use them) and I sort of felt that I knew what I wanted to write about, but it has still

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Having spent so much of my career working in the science fiction and fantasy genre it might come as a small surprise to some to discover that I am not a particular fan. I have watched and enjoyed some recommended movies and TV but honestly would rather be gardening. The exception to the rule is Doctor

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This month it’s all about flying.  Superman and airplanes and general flying around… I enjoyed my evening at the Man of Steel screening.  I adored Henry and honestly harboured somewhat racy thoughts as he first exposed that fab physique.  He really made an old girl happy. It occurred to me that Christopher Reeve was such

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Sarah stars as Sibor in Prisoners of Fate in the latest series of Doctor Who from Big Finish Productions. Twenty-five years ago, with Richter’s Syndrome running rampant throughout the galaxy, the brilliant biochemist Nyssa, formerly of Traken, bade a painful farewell to her young family… and set off into the space, in search of a

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So what has prompted me to finally pull my finger out and do another blog? Simple, it’s time for another Superman and I cannot let the opportunity pass by without commenting on past/present and general Super/related incidents! This month saw my reunion with Terence Stamp at the British Film Institute. I haven’t seen him for

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Sarah was reunited with Terence Stamp at the BFI in London for a screening of Superman II and a Q & A session. The two actors discuss the making of Superman II, and introduce a rare screening of Richard Donner’s cut of the film.

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Estranged from her second husband, Jonathan, Clare Lyall is less sure than ever about the role men should play in her life. Her first husband, Richard, was much older than her, and his casual disregard for youth gradually hardened into indifference. And Jonathan, if anything, was too easy – too attentive, too concerned, and just

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Sarah has recently been working on Kenneth Mader’s latest film DISPLACEMENT. In this mind-bending paranormal thriller by award-winning Writer-Director Kenneth Mader, a young physics student must find a way to reverse a deadly quantum time anomaly and solve the murder of her fiancé while battling short-term memory loss and time slips caused by the event.

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Sarah was recently in the recording studio narrating the Age of Five fantasy audiobook trilogy – the audiobooks are now completed & available! Check out the links below to order the titles. Priestess of the White (Book 1) When Auraya was chosen to become a priestess, she could never have believed that a mere 10

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It is a wonderfully busy time for me. There is plenty of audio work to do and that in itself is a challenge. There is also the play The Hallowe’en Sessions that will be at the Leicester Square theatre at the end of October. It will only run for a week and will be a little like

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Sarah will be starring in The Hallowe’en Sessions at London’s Leicester Square Theatre for a limited run. A group of mental patients gather for a therapy session to each recount the terrifying events that caused them to lose their minds. But is their mysterious therapist all she appears to be, and will her course of

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The Royal Jubilee weekend was a truly fabulous one for me. I love the Queen and I get very over excited at parades and marching bands etc. so the whole glitzy and colourful affair was a delight for me. Rain and all.  I spent the very best day of the long weekend at Buckingham Palace

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Happy New Year to one and all and I know that it is the time to look forward and get excited at upcoming events and adventures but I am afraid we are going to have to commence this leg of my blog by going backwards! I can only promise that this year of 2012 I

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I am starting this second blog somewhat tentatively as I haven’t yet launched the first one. Well I say I, but in fact it is my wonderful, whizzy, fabulous, computer literate friend Matt who is actually in charge. With his company Starfish Consultants he has transformed my life. It is he who designed and created

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It has taken me quite some time to get to grips with the business of keeping or is it writing a blog. I have battled with decisions over whether it is like a diary or notes on momentous events in my life or mere drivel. Confused over format and worried about just rambling on I

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Sarah recently recorded voice work for the new BBC Doctor Who interactive games. Playing the part of Professor Meadows in the second game where the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond encounter the Cybermen. The first episode of Doctor Who: The Adventure Games will be available to download for PC and Mac from www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho in June

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