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Doctor Who: Stranded 3 by James Kettle, Tim Foley and Lizzie Hopley (audio review).

January 20, 2022 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Stranded 3 by James Kettle, Tim Foley and Lizzie Hopley (audio review).

All hail the return of the Baker Street team accompanying Doctor Number Eight, played by Paul McGann in ‘Stranded 3’. This time around, the team are spreading their wings a little as the TARDIS is able to move again. 3.1 Patience by Tim Foley ‘…I’ve been walking for a lifetime. I’ll need new feet soon […]

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Dark Season by Russell T Davies (audio review).

January 20, 2022 | By | Reply More
Dark Season by Russell T Davies (audio review).

This is the audio book of the TV series, ‘Dark Season’ by Russell T Davies, which was originally broadcast in 1991 on the BBC. An extraordinarily prescient drama, ‘Dark Season’ featured a young then a complete unknown Kate Winslet and Jacqueline Pearce, already on our screens as the scary Servalan from ‘Blake’s Seven’. Marcie is […]

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The Diary Of River Song 09: New Recruit by Lizbeth Myles, James Kettle, Helen Goldwyn and Lisa McMullin (CD/download review).

January 19, 2022 | By | Reply More
The Diary Of River Song 09: New Recruit by Lizbeth Myles, James Kettle, Helen Goldwyn and Lisa McMullin (CD/download review).

The Third Doctor (Tim Treloar) has been unavoidably detained investigating something mysterious on the other side of the Earth. Doctor Liz Shaw (Daisy Ashford) as the Chief Scientific Officer has no problem with this as she’s a Cambridge graduate with more than adequate skills. She’s had a lot of additional experience with the Doctor, too, […]

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Dune, Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, by Hans Zimmer (soundtrack review).

November 1, 2021 | By | Reply More
Dune, Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, by Hans Zimmer (soundtrack review).

‘Dune (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)’ by Hans Zimmer is now available to buy. Anyone who knows anything about movie soundtracks knows about Hans Zimmer. He’s composed for just about every type of film and quite rightly has won awards for doing so. Lots of awards and too many to mention here. While I have not […]

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The Box Of Delights by John Masefield (CD review).

September 18, 2021 | By | Reply More
The Box Of Delights by John Masefield (CD review).

‘The Box Of Delights’ has become a perennial Christmas favourite in many a household, especially those who saw the BBC version in 1984. That version perfectly encapsulated the joys and problems and many excitements that Christmas offers. It’s been constantly adapted for radio over the years and was produced in London as a stage play […]

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The Quanderhorn Collexion: The Complete BBC Radio 4 Sci-Fi Comedy by Rob Grant & Andrew Marshall (CD review).

August 21, 2021 | By | Reply More
The Quanderhorn Collexion: The Complete BBC Radio 4 Sci-Fi Comedy by Rob Grant & Andrew Marshall (CD review).

If the titular character, Professor Quanderhorn, immediately suggests Bernard Quatermass, you’d not be far off the inspiration for the BBC Radio 4 comedy series, ‘The Quanderhorn Collexion’, presented in this collection. Across two serials and various extras, spanning almost ten hours, listeners are drawn into the bizarre world of Quanderhorn, apparently locked into a time […]

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Doctor Who: The End Of The Beginning by Robert Valentine (CD review).

June 13, 2021 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The End Of The Beginning by Robert Valentine (CD review).

‘a celebration of the past and a toast to the future’ To mark the end of the ‘Doctor Who Monthly Adventures Doctor’, Big Finish have got together the four Doctors who have kept the flame alive for twenty years. Written by Robert Valentine, this blockbuster brings together Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul […]

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Doctor Who: The Ravagers Boxset by Nicholas Briggs (CD review).

June 13, 2021 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Ravagers Boxset by Nicholas Briggs (CD review).

The return of the Ninth Doctor as played by Christopher Eccleston was hotly anticipated. It’s a big responsibility, the series that reintroduced ‘Doctor Who’ in 2005, followed by the immediate announcement that the lead had departed after just one series shocked the fans. Even before we knew if it was any good there was the […]

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Creature Feature by Steven Paul Leiva (audio book review).

June 1, 2021 | By | Reply More
Creature Feature by Steven Paul Leiva (audio book review).

Set in the early 1960s, ‘Creature Feature’ kicks off in a Chicago TV studio where Kathy Anderson is playing Vivacia the vampire woman. Vivacia is the host of a late night horror movie show, hence the title of the audiobook, and making a fair living that way but, yearning for more challenging roles, she quits […]

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Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor And River Song by James Goss, Lizzie Hopley and Jonathan Morris (CD review).

May 13, 2021 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor And River Song by James Goss, Lizzie Hopley and Jonathan Morris (CD review).

The delightful pair return to get to know each other better in the three adventures in this box set known simply as ‘The Tenth Doctor And River Song’. For a start, she should definitely be the first person mentioned but maybe it scans better. Expiry Date by James Goss ‘Excuse me. I received your note. […]

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