New ‘Primeval’ Colour Photo

Hello everyone! 🙂

Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

It’s sad that Stephen Greif has passed away recently. 😦 I’ll always remember him for playing Kwundaar in the ‘Doctor Who’ audio drama ‘Primeval’ by Big Finish. For ‘Blake’s 7’ fans, he’ll always be remembered for being the first actor to play Commander Travis in Series 1 of the UK sci-fi series.

I enjoyed him as Kwaundaar in ‘Doctor Who’ and Travis in ‘Blake’s 7’. Stephen Greif has also been in the ‘Doctor Who’ audio drama ‘Ghost Walk’, where he played Sabaoth. I also enjoyed him in the ‘Counter-Measures’ episode called ‘The Pelage Project’. Stephen Greif usually played the villains. 😀

To commemorate the actor, I’ve shared a new behind-the-scenes photo of ‘Primeval’ featuring Stephen Greif with Susan Penhaligon, Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton. Beforehand, I shared this photo in black-and-white. It’s now available to see in colour. Check out the gallery below to see the black-and-white photo and the colour photo together. It’s quite a difference to see the two photos.

I came across the new colour photo of Stephen Greif, Susan Penhaligon, Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton from ‘Primeval’ on the Peter Davison Hub‘s Facebook page, originally from Big Finish’s Twitter page. I’m pleased I spotted the photo, as it’s so nice to see what the recording of ‘Primeval’ was like in colour as opposed to black-and-white. Sarah Sutton herself looks so radiant in the photo. 🙂

Please feel free to check out, read and comment on my review for ‘Primeval’ by clicking on the link for it. You can purchase ‘Primeval’ either from, or the Big Finish website.

Thanks for reading!

Hope you like the photo too!

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂


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