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Tag: David J. Howe

Daemos Rising by David J. Howe (book review).

November 2, 2019 | By | Reply More
Daemos Rising by David J. Howe (book review).

In the world of ‘Doctor Who’, the story of ‘The Daemons’ in the 1970s must have ticked every box for anti-filth campaigner Mary Whitehouse on what to not show children. It’s almost on par with ‘The Wicker Man’ and shown on a Saturday tea time. ‘Daemos Rising’ is a sequel to the story which was […]

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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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The Television Companion: The Unofficial And Unauthorised Guide To Doctor Who Volume 2 by David J Howe and Stephen James Walker (book review).

January 30, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Television Companion: The Unofficial And Unauthorised Guide To Doctor Who Volume 2 by David J Howe and Stephen James Walker (book review).

There’s a fun game to participate in if you read ‘The Television Companion: The Unofficial And Unauthorised Guide To Doctor Who Volume 2’ by David J Howe and Stephen James Walker. You have to be a seasoned ‘Who’ fan and the rules run like this: Can you spot which stories the authors will pick fan […]

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The Television Companion: Volume One (The Unofficial And Unauthorised Guide To Doctor Who) by David J. Howe and Stephen James Walker (book review).

November 30, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
The Television Companion: Volume One (The Unofficial And Unauthorised Guide To Doctor Who) by David J. Howe and Stephen James Walker (book review).

Don’t know what to get the ‘Doctor Who’ fan in your life for Christmas? Replica scarf, as modelled by Ingrid Oliver in ‘The Day Of The Doctor’? Official John Hurt War Doctor bandolier (may not exist)? David Bradley anniversary Hartnell whiskey glass? Or perhaps they need a good grounding in the original series, in which […]

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