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Tag: James Goss

The Doctor: His Lives And Times by James Goss and Steve Tribe (book review).

January 2, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Doctor: His Lives And Times by James Goss and Steve Tribe (book review).

If I was nine years old and I received ‘The Doctor: His Lives And Times’ by James Goss and Steve Tribe for Christmas, I would have been overjoyed. Here’s a book that is not only full of memories about the show, but also has great fun in relating the Doctor’s adventures to us via a […]

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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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Doctor Who Companion Chronicles: The Scorchies by James Goss (audio-book review).

March 28, 2013 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who Companion Chronicles: The Scorchies by James Goss (audio-book review).

If you have a penchant for the musical episode of ‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’ and the puppet show story in ‘Angel’ then ‘The Scorchies Companion Chronicle’ along with memories of BBC’s ‘Play School’ and other disturbing childhood programmes will tickle your trombone. ‘The Scorchies’ is a little twist on the usual ‘Chronicles’ in which Third […]

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Doctor Who Companion Chronicles: The Time Museum by James Goss (audio review).

October 11, 2012 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who Companion Chronicles: The Time Museum by James Goss (audio review).

Ian Chesterton is an old man and finding himself adrift in a place made of his own memories doesn’t sound like it would be any fun. But Ian is an old man and what are left but memories of his action man days with the Doctor? Here he relives his adventures in glorious Technicolor as […]

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Dark Shadows: Poisoned Soul by James Goss

August 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Dark Shadows: Poisoned Soul by James Goss

‘Poisoned Soul’ Charity Trask is not herself. She’s being haunted by musical hall singer Patsy Faye. It’s not a marriage made in heaven. Poor Charity, she’s had a rotten life. He father, the overtly Godly Reverend Gregory Trask, has already tried to ruin her life and she is unlucky in love with various relationships in […]

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