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Tag: Tom Baker

Doctor Who retrospective: the Age of Tom Baker (video doc).

April 9, 2020 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who retrospective: the Age of Tom Baker (video doc).

In this free sixty-minute-long retrospective video documentary on the splendid science fiction show that is Doctor Who, Clever Dick (indeed, the cleverest Dick in this, or any other dimension) sets us up to consider the Fourth Doctor, aka Tom Baker. CD explores how the show developed into a far darker and scarier version, influenced by […]

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Doctor Who: Scratchman by Tom Baker (book review).

April 18, 2019 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Scratchman by Tom Baker (book review).

Inside the cover of ‘Scratchman’, it adds James Goss as the co-author of this book years in the making. As my additional press release material tells me, the idea was originally a hot project in the years Tom Baker was playing the Doctor and it has finally come to fruition in the year of his […]

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Doctor Who: Pirate Planet by Douglas Adams (CD review).

March 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Pirate Planet by Douglas Adams (CD review).

‘Pirate Planet’ is a surprisingly good adventure with quite a variety of elements that stand out. It has several layers of both characters and plot with some extreme outfits, sadly not visible other than on the CD cover. There is no escaping that this is written by Douglas Adams, it’s almost a plot try out […]

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Doctor Who: The Auntie Matter by Jonathan Morris (CD review).

February 21, 2013 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Auntie Matter by Jonathan Morris (CD review).

If you are a fan of Bertie Wooster, then look away now. PG Wodehouse may or may not be rotating slowly in his box but here is another pastiche of the great comedies of the 1920s. ‘The Auntie Matter’ for those non-Wodehouse fans is a significant title as there are as many Aunties as Wooster […]

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