Articles by Brian A Terranova

Brian A Terranova

Doctor Who and me go way back. I first discovered it on my local PBS Station WHYY in the suburbs outside Philadelphia when I was a young kid; though I am uncertain of the exact age.


Survival of the Fittest

This month’s Doctor Who main range release gives us not one, not two, but three stories! First up is the bonus episode Klein’s Story. For me, as a fan of Colditz (a World War II Big Finish adventure from 2001) and Dr. Elizabeth Klein from day one, this is a story I have been waiting…

A Thousand Tiny Wings

We’ve all seen what would happen if the Doctor traveled through Time and Space with a companion that he got along with, but what if he were to have a companion that didn’t share his ideals? A companion that resented him for their life and their world not happening as it should. A companion who…

Death in Blackpool

There’s Death! There’s Blackpool! There’s Death in Blackpool! What Christmas would be complete without a small alien invasion? I don’t know either! At Lucie’s request the Doctor set sail for Christmas 2009 in an attempt to have a nice quiet trip for once. But where would be the fun in that story? So, writer, Alan…

Castle of Fear

The town of Stockbridge has some strange goings on. A lot in fact. So much so that it had to step out of the pages of Doctor Who Magazine and hop into the audio world of Big Finish – once again – with this months new, somewhat comedic, Peter Davison release, Castle of Fear. The…

The Eternal Summer

Welcome to the town of Stockbridge. Again. And again. And again. And, well, you get the point. Picking up on the heels of last month’s The Castle of Fear Doctor Who adventure, The Eternal Summer takes us into present day Stockbridge with a bang. The Doctor and Nyssa find themselves in a bit of a…

The Nightmare Fair

Lost Doctor Who is a sad thing no matter how you cut it. But in the case of all the lost adventures from the 60’s, they still survive as in audio form, thanks to dedicated fans. Now these Lost Stories are no longer a mystery to those who never saw them before. Now, thanks to…

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