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The Year’s Top Ten Tales Of Science Fiction 5 edited by Allan Kaster (CD review).

August 23, 2013 | By | Reply More
The Year’s Top Ten Tales Of Science Fiction 5 edited by Allan Kaster (CD review).

Once again we’ve got a selection from the year’s best in Science Fiction short stories, this time for 2012, edited by Allan Kaster and expertly narrated by Dana Rosenberg, Tom Dheere and Nancy Linari. Now in its fifth series, this collection of stories has now become a tradition to look forward to at this time […]

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Kim Jong Style!

August 7, 2013 | By | Reply More
Kim Jong Style!

Did you know the best K-pop came from North Korea? No? Shame on you, citizen. You and three generations of your family are now sentenced to re-education in a little factory camp we’ve got running up north. Enjoy as much free air as you can get!

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Green Lantern: The Animated Series: Volume Two by Frederick Wiedmann (CD review).

August 2, 2013 | By | Reply More
Green Lantern: The Animated Series: Volume Two by Frederick Wiedmann (CD review).

I reviewed volume one of the music from ‘Green Lantern: The Animated Series’ last year.  As then, I like such music even when I haven’t seen the series because I can treat is as its own entity rather than having to think what part of the series it relates to. Composer Frederick Widemann succeeds in […]

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The Avengers – Original Tara King Season Score by Howard Blake (CD review).

August 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
The Avengers – Original Tara King Season Score by Howard Blake (CD review).

Just in case you’re an ‘Avengers’ fan (the British ITV 60s-70s series not the American super-hero team, although you are allowed to like both) and didn’t know, composer Laurie Johnson wasn’t available to score the final ten episodes of Tara King’s season because he was scoring ‘The Four Musketeers’ film. Instead, Howard Blake who had […]

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Doctor Who: The Dalek Generation by Nicholas Briggs (CD review).

July 26, 2013 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Dalek Generation by Nicholas Briggs (CD review).

The universe is a wonderful place and the Daleks are its greatest benefactors. For years they have established human colonies on countless worlds. They’ve provided accommodation, jobs and a great quality of life. What could possibly go wrong? Lillian Belle is a news reporter and is a little fed up with having no news on […]

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Doctor Who: Fourth Doctor Adventure: Phantoms Of The Deep by Jonathan Morris (CD review).

July 26, 2013 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Fourth Doctor Adventure: Phantoms Of The Deep by Jonathan Morris (CD review).

  It’s not every day you are heading towards the Mariana Trench in the deepest darkest Atlantic when you spot a blue police box and that’s before we meet the ‘Phantoms Of The Deep. ‘Hallo there’, the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) is unfazed by the TARDIS arriving underwater and running…er…swimming into a scientific team exploring […]

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Doctor Who: Destiny Of The Doctor: Shockwave by James Swallow (CD review).

July 26, 2013 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Destiny Of The Doctor: Shockwave by James Swallow (CD review).

  When Ace ends up on Tarsus Six which was about to be destroyed by a Shockwave, she goes along with the Doctor as he blags passage on an escaping spaceship, the Obscura. While the residents of Tarsus Six are desperate to leave, the mysterious and suicidal Senders are ready to embrace the Shockwave, believing […]

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Doctor Who The Companion Chronicle: Mastermind by Jonathan Morris (CD review).

July 26, 2013 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who The Companion Chronicle: Mastermind by Jonathan Morris (CD review).

In ‘Mastermind’, we welcome the return of the two soldiers in charge of the UNIT vaults, from the previous ‘Companion Chronicle: Tales From The Vault’. Captain Ruth Matheson (Daphne Ashbrook) has something to show Charlie Sato (Yee Yee Tso) when the clock strikes midnight. The Vault has a very special guest and he wants to […]

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Counter Measures: Series 2 Box Set by Matt Fitton, James Goss, Mark Wright, Cavan Scott, John Dorney (CD review).

July 25, 2013 | By | Reply More
Counter Measures: Series 2 Box Set by Matt Fitton, James Goss, Mark Wright, Cavan Scott, John Dorney  (CD review).

There are four episodes in this new series of ‘Counter Measures’ and the worse thing is, that like many a box set, it’s all over far too soon. For those arriving in the 60s, in a slightly slow union jacked mini, this team were originally part of the Sylvester McCoy story ‘Remembrance Of The Daleks’. […]

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Star Trek: Music From The Video Games by various artists (album review)

July 22, 2013 | By | Reply More
Star Trek: Music From The Video Games by various artists (album review)

Despite the potential that obviously exists, one might argue there has never been a solid ‘Star Trek’ video game that had mass appeal. Sure ‘Star Trek: Online’ came close and ‘Borg’ is pretty decent but they’ve never been what they could be. Other entries have come across as insipid and, frankly, a bit of a […]

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