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Doctor Who: The Companion Chronicle: Starborn by Jacqueline Rayner (CD review).

May 13, 2014 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Companion Chronicle: Starborn by Jacqueline Rayner (CD review).

Vicki was one of the youngest companions ever aboard the TARDIS. In the story, ‘The Rescue’, she is rescued by the kindly Doctor, from a tortuous existence under thrall to a monster, living in on crashed starship. Vicki has embraced the life offered with the substitute parents, Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton, and grandparent, the […]

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The A-Z Of Big Finish by Sue Davies (article).

May 3, 2014 | By | 1 Reply More
The A-Z Of Big Finish by Sue Davies (article).

If you haven’t heard of Big Finish then you must have your head in a bucket and speaking of buckets, I’m sure they can be used in many creative ways to make sound effects. A is for …Adric yes he’s coming back to ‘Doctor Who’ very soon. Actor Matthew Waterhouse was last heard in an […]

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Doctor Who: The Trial Of A Time Lord (DVD boxset review).

February 28, 2014 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Trial Of A Time Lord (DVD boxset review).

‘The Trial Of A Time Lord’ is very difficult to assess in anything than a boxset and I doubt if anyone would really want to make the mistake of buying each of the 4 DVDs separately. regular guest stars: Michael Jayston and Lynda Bellingham The Mysterious Planet by John Holmes cast: Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, […]

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Adventures With The Wife In Space by Neil Perryman (book review).

February 13, 2014 | By | Reply More
Adventures With The Wife In Space by Neil Perryman (book review).

When Neil Perryman suggested to his wife Sue that they watch every episode of ‘Doctor Who’ for his online blog, it showed a man confident in the strength of his marriage, and her patience. What starts as him calling in a favour becomes an epic task, taking in 697 episodes and lasting 30 months, with […]

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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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Doctor Who: Afterlife by Matt Fitton (CD review),

January 29, 2014 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Afterlife by Matt Fitton (CD review),

With the fallout, from ‘Gods And Monsters’ haunting Ace and the Doctor, it’s time to make some amends in the ‘Afterlife’. Ace is very bitter about the death of Hex and she can’t forgive the Doctor. It’s like the scales have been taken from her eyes and she’s sees the Doctor, the man with two […]

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Jago & Litefoot: Series Six Box Set by Jonathan Morris, Matthew Sweet, George Mann and Justin Richards (CD review).

January 29, 2014 | By | Reply More
Jago & Litefoot: Series Six Box Set by Jonathan Morris, Matthew Sweet, George Mann and Justin Richards (CD review).

The peregrinations of the perpetually perspicacious Henry Gordon Jago and the sanguineous, occasionally sanctimonious Professor George Litefoot continue to amuse and entertain and this is the sixth series boxset and four tales of ‘Jago & Litefoot’! Amazing to think that a brief partnership in a small TV series in the late 1970s has created this […]

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Doctor Who: Vengeance On Varos by Philip Martin (DVD review).

January 24, 2014 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Vengeance On Varos by Philip Martin (DVD review).

After receiving a massive power loss, the Doctor (actor Colin Baker) takes the TARDIS and Peri (actress Nicola Bryant) to Varos to find a supply of Zyton-7 as it’s the only place to get it. You would think a commodity like that which is principle to time travel would have been under the protection of […]

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Doctor Who: The Two Doctors by Robert Holmes (DVD review).

January 17, 2014 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Two Doctors by Robert Holmes (DVD review).

  For those thinking that they’ve got their DVDs mixed up, this story begins with the Doctor (actor Patrick Troughton) and Jamie (actor Frazer Hines) moving from black and white into colour, having left Victoria to do some culture thing arrives on Space Station J7 to convince Dastari (actor Laurence Payne) to stop the gathering […]

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Doctor Who: A History Of The Universe In 100 Objects by James Goss and Steve Tribe (book review).

January 4, 2014 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: A History Of The Universe In 100 Objects by James Goss and Steve Tribe (book review).

‘Doctor Who: A History Of The Universe In 100 Objects’ is a curious book that tells the history of the ‘Doctor Who’ universe, a little different to our own, via a selection of items as obvious and esoteric as you might expect. The result is an often enjoyable read that contains much irreverent information. It’s […]

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