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The Missy Chronicles by assorted authors (book review).

February 23, 2018 | By | Reply More
The Missy Chronicles by assorted authors (book review).

In possibly a misguided attempt to bring in the doubters, welcome to ‘The Missy Chronicles’. The loveable psychopath is a woman now and, whilst I doubt she has embraced all the ups and downs of womanhood, no one mention the menopause please, we probably haven’t has enough of the work in progress that is the […]

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Doctor Who: Earth Story boxset (DVD TV review).

February 19, 2018 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Earth Story boxset (DVD TV review).

What a weird situation placing two divergent ‘Doctor Who’ different regeneration stories in one volume with the expectation that the stories aren’t likely to appeal enough to sell alone. Doctor Who: The Gunfighters by Donald Cotton (region 2 DVD: pub: BBC, 2011. 1 DVD 100 minutes 4 * 25 minute episodes with extras. ASIN: BBCDVD3380A) […]

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Doctor Who: Earthshock by Eric Saward (TV story review).

February 14, 2018 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Earthshock by Eric Saward (TV story review).

It is the year 2526 on Earth and a military team is in underground caves looking for a missing archaeological team and slowly finding their own team is slowly facing the same fate. Meanwhile, on the TARDIS, Adric (actor Matthew Waterhouse) has told the Doctor (actor Peter Davison) he wants to return home. Thing is, […]

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Olive Hawthorne And The Demons Of Devil’s End by Jan Edwards, Sam Stone, Suzanne Barberi, Debbie Bennett, David J Howe and Raven Dane (book review).

February 8, 2018 | By | Reply More
Olive Hawthorne And The Demons Of Devil’s End by Jan Edwards, Sam Stone, Suzanne Barberi, Debbie Bennett, David J Howe and Raven Dane (book review).

‘Olive Hawthorne And The Daemons Of Devil’s End’ is a short collection of stories extrapolated and based on a Third Doctor Story, ‘The Daemons’. The local wisewoman, Olive Hawthorne, has had a colourful life and these stories commence at an early age taking us through to a time when she hopes to pass on the […]

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Torchwood – Aliens Among Us: part 2 by Christopher Cooper, Mac Rogers, Janine H Jones and Tim Foley (CD story review)

February 7, 2018 | By | Reply More
Torchwood – Aliens Among Us: part 2 by Christopher Cooper, Mac Rogers, Janine H Jones and Tim Foley   (CD story review)

Who doesn’t love a serial? The essence of this new ‘Torchwood’ is to provide us with a regular dose of adventures with underlying continuing themes and a sufficient quantity of cliff-hanging moments. There are four one hour episodes in this series with the promise of the final four shortly. These are standalone episodes but follow […]

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Doctor Who: Black Orchid by Terrance Dudley (DVD TV story review).

February 3, 2018 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Black Orchid by Terrance Dudley (DVD TV story review).

The TARDIS is still on Earth when it materialises in 1925 on the platform of a railway station. The Doctor (actor Peter Davison), Nyssa (actress Sarah Sutton), Tegan (actress Janet Fielding) and Adric (actor Matthew Waterhouse) briefly explore. However, the Doctor is mistaken for a famous cricket player and they are driven to a cricket […]

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Doctor Who: The Visitation by Eric Saward (TV story review).

February 1, 2018 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Visitation by Eric Saward (TV story review).

Still trying to get Tegan (actress Janet Fielding) back to Heathrow Airport, the Doctor (actor Peter Davison) gets it wrong by 300 years into the past. There, they with Nyssa (actress Sarah Sutton) and Adric (actor Matthew Waterhouse) encounter villagers who go on the attack. Fleeing, they meet actor and possible highwayman Richard Mace (actor […]

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Doctor Who: Four To Doomsday by Terrance Dudley (DVD TV series review).

January 29, 2018 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Four To Doomsday by Terrance Dudley (DVD TV series review).

Want to be confused? Although this is the second story of the Davison Doctor, it was actually recorded first to give Peter Davison a chance to settle into the role. Back in the day, this was never revealed. The BBC liked to keep their secrets. It also has the distinction of Davison also being into […]

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Doctor Who season 10 episode 13: Twice Upon A Time by Steven Moffat.

December 25, 2017 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who season 10 episode 13: Twice Upon A Time by Steven Moffat.

Be prepared to be regenerated from here in there are spoilers! Technically, for the final episode of the Capaldi regeneration, there are no surprises. We know actor David Bradley is there to be bring the Hartnell regeneration alive one more time. We know that the Capaldi Doctor has been holding back his own regeneration. There […]

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Doctor Who: Steven Moffat interviewed about creating the Twice Upon A Time Xmas episode.

December 18, 2017 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Steven Moffat interviewed about creating the Twice Upon A Time Xmas episode.

What does Twice Upon A Time have in store for us? There are some new eerie creatures of glass haunting the Doctor and his friends throughout this story – but what their purpose and what their plan is, and what their time travelling machinations are, is going to be a big surprise to the Doctor. […]

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