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Articles by Meredith Burdett

What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

Trial of the Valeyard

Reviewed: Trial of the Valeyard

Trial of the Valeyard was a special freebie for Big Finish subscribers in 2013; now it’s readily available to buy as an individual purchase, the question is: should you add this to your ever growing Doctor Who collection? The answer is simply, effortlessly and excitedly yes. Taking place after the Doctor’s own farcical trial by…

The Highest Science

Reviewed: The Highest Science

During Doctor Who’s television hiatus, the show continued in book form, thanks at first to a series of New Adventures published between 1991 and 1996 by Virgin Books (a licence that reverted to BBC Books after this time, and remained there ever since). These books evolved Doctor Who, but weren’t universally popular. With a progressive,…

The Exxilons

Reviewed: The Exxilons

It’s odd that when you throw your mind back into the annuls of Doctor Who mythology and memories, certain monsters or characters or settings stand out more than others. Your Krynoids, Count Scarlionis and Arcs in space all sit embedded in the Doctor Who consciousness. And then there’s a race such as the Exxilons. A…

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