Reviews

Reviews

The Lodger

Well, that was a bloody improvement. After the dud contributions from Messrs Gatiss, Whithouse and Chibnall, it’s heartening – albeit belatedly – to see that not all the new series writers have (quite literally) lost the plot. Not that the plot of this episode is anything more than a framework to drape the central concept…

Vincent and the Doctor

Last week’s Doctor Who left us with such a heart breaker, with poor Rory no longer among the existing, let along the living, and Amy no longer having any idea of the love that she once had. I can’t tell you how gutted I was to see Cold Blood end in this way – so…

The Three Doctors Audiobook

Doctor Who’s 10th anniversary was celebrated with the first ever multi-Doctor story, The Three Doctors. Written by Robert Baker and Dave Martin it was an ambitious tale let down by the restricted effects of its time. This is not to say it’s not fun, it is and rightly holds a place in fans memories. This…

The TARDIS Handbook

If there’s one thing the new run of Doctor Who has brought us and that’s a plethora of colourful reference books that are packed with glossy snaps and loads of information. Usually they concentrate on the new series but some do have nods to the past which help new audience members and fans investigate the…

Cold Blood

Phew! What a relief! I was getting myself into a right state there for a while. Not because it looked like the Silurians were about to start a deadly war on us apes. No, my serious case of the jitters came about because, unlike most people I know, I really didn’t like The Hungry Earth,…

The Edge of Destruction Review

A Doctor Who adventure that takes place in the TARDIS? The travellers unsure what is going on? No, it’s not Amy’s Choice – it’s The Edge of Destruction, from 1964… When I was a little kid, I loved the original Star Trek (I was 1 when it started). My favorite stories were ones that showed…

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