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The Lazarus Experiment Reviewed

Returning to Earth to drop off Martha at the end of he allotted “one trip”, the Doctor find himself at the live demonstration and launch of Professor Lazarus’ rejuvenation machine, an event that you just know is going to lead to trouble… With Martha firmly entrenched and accepted as a companion, it’s a good opportunity…

Evolution of the Daleks Reviewed

With a reverse-Davros cliffhanger (that’s half-man half-Dalek, but the other way around) and a super New York Depression-era setting, Daleks in Manhattan promised to be the fantastic first part of a fantastic two parter. So did Evolution of the Daleks deliver? Kids up and down the country were thrilled (or filled with fear) by the…

The Pulse: The Shakespeare Code

Steve and Gareth are back for more fireside analysis of Series 3, so let’s see what they thought of The Shakespeare Code Gaz – Well it’s “revisionist historical celebrity of the week” time. Shakespeare’s supposedly just been on my box for 45 minutes and I’m not sure if I enjoyed it. I mean, it’s got…

Gridlock Reviewed

With an enclosed motorway teeming with Macra, Martha kidnapped so that a desperate young couple can get into the fast lane and the Doctor seemingly trapped in a car with a talking cat and his wife, poisonous gases and no sign of sunlight, you might be forgiven for thinking that Doctor Who has finally gone…

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