Articles by Craig Murray


The Curse of Fenric

Season 24 introduced us to the Doctor’s seventh incarnation, in the form of Scottish Shakespearean actor Sylvester McCoy, a previous unsuccessful applicant for the role as Peter Davison’s successor. With prominent TV roles largely limited to Jigsaw and Tiswas, not much was known of the new show lead other than his amazing range of facial expressions, which…

The Nightmare Man

In truth, I‘ve always looked on the Sarah Jane Adventures as a warm-up act for the main event – each episode one step closer to a new season of the parent show. As with most warm up acts, I confess to having given it less than my full attention in the past – occasionally throwing…

Attack of the Cybermen

Norfolk, 2006 – I remember it vividly. We’d been invited down for a weekend break, as there was a Doctor Who event in town with guest star Colin Baker. As I clutched my newly purchased poster of Attack of the Cybermen and queued for his autograph, I was suddenly overwhelmed by a sense of guilt…

In Cold Blood

The airing of The Hungry Earth and Cold Blood saw the much anticipated return of the Silurians, following a 26 year absence. Following the controversial re-design of the Daleks, I was more than a little apprehensive – but there was no need! The story, like the reptiles, was fast, slick and impressive. So to celebrate…

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