Tag: Jonathan Morris
If you haven’t met Vienna Salvatori (Chase Masterson) before, she is an intriguing woman from the future. Vienna inhabits the same universe as the Doctor but their paths only crossed once in ‘The Shadow Heart’ by Big Finish. The character of Vienna was expanded in the excellent ‘The Memory Box’ and then she moved into […]
If you’ve ever wondered what the TARDIS was like just after Tegan arrived then ‘The Fifth Doctor Box Set’ will fill in the gaps. 5.1 Psychodrome by Jonathan Morris The travellers are settling into the TARDIS and each other but Tegan is keen to get back to Heathrow. She has a flight to catch! Nyssa […]
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 […]
It’s not every day you are heading towards the Mariana Trench in the deepest darkest Atlantic when you spot a blue police box and that’s before we meet the ‘Phantoms Of The Deep. ‘Hallo there’, the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) is unfazed by the TARDIS arriving underwater and running…er…swimming into a scientific team exploring […]
In ‘Mastermind’, we welcome the return of the two soldiers in charge of the UNIT vaults, from the previous ‘Companion Chronicle: Tales From The Vault’. Captain Ruth Matheson (Daphne Ashbrook) has something to show Charlie Sato (Yee Yee Tso) when the clock strikes midnight. The Vault has a very special guest and he wants to […]
With the opportune arrival of the Sixth Doctor into the lives of Jago & Litefoot, it’s time for some special intergalactic adventures. Time for a ‘Voyage To Venus’. In line with their origin in Victorian London, it is fitting and rather nice that their adventure reminds us of the early days of Science Fiction. With […]
Jago & Litefoot: Series Five Box Set by Jonathan Morris, Marc Platt, Colin Brake, Justin Richards (CD review).
The dynamic duo, Jago and Litefoot, return in their fifth box set and with 4 stories set in the 1960s and the writers really go to town. Part 1: The Age Of Revolution by Jonathan Morris introduces our pair as they are dropped off by the Sixth Doctor having been on a few trips with […]
In a world of news, views and inanity, it was only a matter of time that social media got its own story. ‘Babblesphere’ is just that with a dig at Twitter and all the other trivia we exist on. In ‘Babblesphere’, we find out what happens in a world where you object to that social […]
In an unexpected twist, our hero, Quentin Collins, is recruited by British forces during World War Two. He is invited to help find out what Operation: Victor is all about. Finally in the depths of his despair David Selby returns as Quentin Collins, who realises that he must do something about the state of the […]
Temporal distortion means a forced landing on a planet called Serenity. The Sixth Doctor knows this place because it’s the only remaining planet in the Traken Union. His previous companion, Nyssa of Traken, saw her planet destroyed thanks to the Master’s meddling and although the Sixth Doctor is reluctant to discuss this with Peri, we […]