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Doctor Who: The Reign Of Terror by Dennis Spooner (DVD review).

November 13, 2017 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Reign Of Terror by Dennis Spooner (DVD review).

Trying to get Ian Chesterton (actor William Russell) and Barbara Wrightl (actor Jacqueline Hill) back to their correct time in 1963, the Doctor (actor William Hartnell) inadvertently arrives in France, the time of the French Revolution. Only they don’t know that when they investigate as they arrive in a forest. It was a good thing […]

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Who’s who in all new Who? Doctor Who cast revealed for 2018.

October 23, 2017 | By | 1 Reply More
Who’s who in all new Who? Doctor Who cast revealed for 2018.

So, who’s who in the new Who? When Jodie Whittaker takes over as the Thirteenth Doctor on the science fiction show in early 2018, she will also be saving the universe alongside a new regular cast. The new series will be a ten week run of fifty minute-long episodes in Autumn 2018, kicking off with […]

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Doctor Who: Shada episode (animated).

October 10, 2017 | By | 2 Replies More
Doctor Who: Shada episode (animated).

Here’s the animated Doctor Who Shada episode – a fan work, but it looks grand. Here’s the blurb … The Doctor has a spot of unfinished business. Reunited with his old friends Romana and K9, he answers a summons from Professor Chronotis, a retired Time Lord now living the academic life in a Cambridge college. But […]

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Doctor Who: The Book Of Whoniversal Records by Simon Guerrier (book review)

September 30, 2017 | By | 10 Replies More
Doctor Who: The Book Of Whoniversal Records by Simon Guerrier   (book review)

Ever wanted to know the most and least collected information about ‘Doctor Who’ lore? Maybe you’re in a debate with your friends as to which came first? What you need is this book, ‘Doctor Who: The Book Of Whoniversal Records’, compiled by Simon Guerrier. Ten chapters of information of manner covering all manner of information […]

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Running Through Corridors: Volume 2: The 70s by Robert Shearman and Toby Hadoke (book review).

September 29, 2017 | By | Reply More
Running Through Corridors: Volume 2: The 70s by Robert Shearman and Toby Hadoke (book review).

‘Running Through Corridors’ is a series of books that detail a very special ‘Doctor Who’ marathon. Written by Robert Shearman and Toby Hadoke, the books detail the email exchanges between two friends and fans who watch one episode per day and write to each other about it in this double column length book. This second […]

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Torchwood: Aliens Among Us: Part 1 by James Goss, Juno Dawson and AK Benedict (CD review).

September 25, 2017 | By | Reply More
Torchwood: Aliens Among Us: Part 1 by James Goss, Juno Dawson and AK Benedict (CD review).

Welcome back to Torchwood. This new four-part drama is set post US ‘Miracle Day’ TV series. It’s all changed. Torchwood Cardiff is in chaos. The team are sadly depleted but on the plus side Jack and Gwen are back! New team member Mr. Colchester adds an intriguing dynamic and then there is Tyler Steel, a […]

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Doctor Who: Survival: music by Dominic Glyn (CD review).

September 22, 2017 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Survival: music by Dominic Glyn (CD review).

It felt rather weird having a CD from the near beginning of ‘Doctor Who’ with the Daleks and then this one, ‘Doctor Who: Survival’ by Dominic Glyn from the end of the original run together, although the release date for each was weeks apart. You couldn’t get more of a contrast in how composers had […]

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Doctor Who: The Daleks: music by Tristram Cary (CD review)

September 15, 2017 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Daleks: music by Tristram Cary  (CD review)

‘Doctor Who: The Daleks’ is the original music in episode order from the second ‘Doctor Who’ story as composed by Tristram Cary. As such, much of these musical pieces are snippets between dialogue. Unlike modern day (am I actually calling today ‘modern’ 54 years later?), the music rarely if ever overlapped the talking. If you’re […]

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Now We Are Six Hundred: A Collection Of Time Lord Verse by James Goss and illustrated by Russell T Davies (book review).

September 14, 2017 | By | Reply More
Now We Are Six Hundred: A Collection Of Time Lord Verse by James Goss and illustrated by Russell T Davies (book review).

‘Now We Are Six Hundred’ is a book of poetry by James Goss (Big Finish, the universe) and illustrated by the hitherto unknown as an artist Russell T. Davies (BBC, Channel 4, the universe also) is a thing to be welcomed. I’m pretty sure there has never been a poetry book although I’m sure someone […]

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Doctor Who: Emperor Of The Daleks by Paul Cornell, Dan Abnett and Scott Gray (graphic novel review).

September 11, 2017 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Emperor Of The Daleks by Paul Cornell, Dan Abnett and Scott Gray (graphic novel review).

This collection of Seventh Doctor comicstrips from the pages of ‘Doctor Who Magazine’ is centred around an epic Dalek story which sees the return of Davros and a cavalcade of continuity from both the TV show as well it’s expanded universe. Written at the time the show was in the midst of its hiatus, the […]

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