God Among Us – Part 1 – 4 – Night Watch


4.00 out of 5
(3 reviews)
Published on: October 23, 2018


When a God comes to Cardiff, the world goes to Hell.

Night Watch

The Black Sun has come through the Rift. When it visits, sleep comes with it. Orr is the guardian, appointed to watch over the city while it slumbers. What will they find as they wander the streets?

Who are the lost souls, trapped with their demons? Who are the ones fighting even sleep? Who are the broken meeting their dreams?

Additional information


Tim Foley


Andy Davidson, Colin Colchester-Price, Jack Harkness, Mr Colchester, Ng, Norton Folgate, Orr, Tyler Steele, Yvonne Hartman

Content warnings

Drug use, Dubious consent


Scott Handcock

Episode timeline





Big Finish – The story continues


Andy Davidson/Yvonne Hartman, Colin Cochester-Price/Jack Harkness, Colin Colchester-Price/Mr Colchester, Tyler Steele/Other

Series timeline

Series 6


Audio drama

3 reviews for God Among Us – Part 1 – 4 – Night Watch

  1. Estelle

    The first part was really good and I really enjoyed Yvonne being in “I will turn this car around!” mode between Jack and Ng.

    The heart of this box-set to me continues to be Colin. And I think the character pointed out what I really enjoyed in last episode. As Colin says, Jack is kind…except I feel it’s something that is often lost in these new stories and it felt good to witness it again last episode.

    I think I also like the Colchester part of the story because the pacing of the middle part of the audio felt a bit off, the story a bit too disjointed, even with Orr being used to tie the different parts together and so the Colchester story-line was a bit of an anchor to me.

    Speaking of Orr, the last ten minutes were off to the races with three big cliffhangers that make it hard to believe there is not another episode right after.

  2. Louise

    Despite my better judgement, I now love Tyler Steele. Who’s going to tell past me?

    Wild cliffhangers.

  3. Jay

    I love Tyler Steele protect him at all costs.

    The ending….

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