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The Poison Sky Reaction

While Doctor Who this Bank Holiday weekend might have only made 5.9 million viewers on the overnights, it was still the second most-watched TV show of Saturday. As with previous episodes, reviews have been largely positive, too, so put the lower figure down to the sunny Bank Holiday (long overdue) in some parts of the…

The Poison Sky

Those Sontarans, eh? If they’re not fighting the Rutans, they’re colonising planets to use the unhabitants as target practice to help in their fight against the Rutans. And if they’re not fighting the Rutans or colonising planets to use the inhabitants as target practice in their fight against the Rutans, they’re turning planets into cloning…

The Sontaran Stratagem

Utilising the cutting edge in review technology, this week Simon Mills brings us a 100% real-time review of The Sontaran Stratagem in: Kopic’s Radical Analysis Process With Indiosyncratic Textualising (KRAPWIT) – The Sontaran Stratagem Review We open the episode at the Rattigan Academy and we see Ratboy himself, stood there looking as camp as a…

Tristram Cary

Influential composer and founder of electronic music Tristram Cary sadly died last Thursday, in Adelaide, Australia at the age of 82. His work appeared on early episodes of Doctor Who, and while he was known as the composer of classical music he also embraced the revolution brought about by electronics and synthesizers. Cary is also…

Brigadier!

Speaking to the Radio Times, veteran Nick Courtney has declared that he would love to return to Doctor Who! What better time to ask the Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart actor the question that so many of us want to know than during the broadcast of The Sontaran Stratagem and its second part The Poison Sky, an adventure…

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