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The Lost Doctor in The Lost Stories

He’s baaaaaack!  It seems Paterson Joseph just can’t keep away from the Whoniverse!  We don’t blame him, of course.  Big Finish has recently revealed that the Almost-Eleventh-Doctor will make a guest appearance alongside Sylvester McCoy’s Seventh Doctor and Sophie Aldred’s Ace in Earth Aid, as a bloke named Victor Espinoza! This final story in the…

Cybermen Box Set Reviewed

Yet another box-set for fans to collect and it brings together two stories that are linked by a common theme, this time it’s (nearly) everyone’s second favourite bad guys, the Cybermen. Now then, one was made during the shows most credible run, the other when the series was battling to survive. Both have something to…

Vworp 3 – a Recollection

Back in July, I travelled to Manchester to take part in Vworp 3, the latest Doctor Who “mini-con” to take place at the Lass O’Gowrie pub. The third event in a series of “pubcons”, Vworp 3 followed Vworp 2 – NovelCon in October 2009 and Vworp 1 in 2008. Each of the previous events had…

Time And The Rani DVD Cover

2entertain have released the cover for the September classic Doctor Who DVD release, Time and the Rani, which stars Sylvester McCoy in his first appearance as the Doctor, with Bonnie Langford as Mel and Kate O’Mara as evil Time Lady the Rani Featuring Sylvester McCoy as the newly regenerated seventh Doctor, this new DVD features…

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