Tagged Ian Chesterton

Lost Doctor Who story The Masters of Luxor released by Big Finish
0

Reviewed: The Masters of Luxor

The Masters of Luxor represents one of Doctor Who’s first and true Lost Stories. When Big Finish first announced that they were undertaking several projects to realise, as best as possible, unmade Doctor Who stories that never got to production, this was surely one that fans first thought of. There was Colin Baker’s unmade season…

Prisoners of Time from IDW features the First Doctor Who
5

IDW Announces Prisoners of Time

Set for release in January 2013, Prisoners of Time is a new 12 part serial from IDW featuring a different Doctor in successive issues leading up to the 50th anniversary in November… The guys behind the current Assimilation² Doctor Who/Star Trek: The Next Generation crossover, David and Scott Tipton, are responsible for the stories in…

The Daleks 2
2

Review: Doctor Who and the Daleks

I have a confession to make. Doctor Who and the Daleks is only the second Target novel I’ve read, the first being Marco Polo. I’m sure that means I’ve got 100% more experience than some picking up this reprint, but also less than 1% experience than others who’ve read the whole range. Twice. And that’s…

The Daleks Are Back! Doctor Who 016 The Chase Reviewed
9

016 The Chase

Serial number 16, The Chase – also known as serial R – marks the second end of an era for the original run of Doctor Who. After almost two years of time travelling adventure, this Dalek story by Terry Nation marks the departure of Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright, never to be mentioned again within…

William Russell stars as Ian Chesterton in The Time Museum
0

Ian’s History Unfolds…

We’re going right back to the beginning with this month’s Companion Chronicle from Big Finish with The Time Museum, a story performed by Doctor Who legend William Russell. The story finds our intrepid adventurer in a museum dedicated to himself and all of his adventures in what Producer David Richardson describes as: “A glorious script…

015 The Space Museum

Doctor Who has always been known for it’s ability to change from adventure to adventure in terms of tone and subject matter. Being able to do a western one moment and a space opera the next is surely one of the reasons we are now counting down to the programmes 50th anniversary. The Space Museum…

hartnell06
2

014 The Crusade

It has long been my naive personal belief that in the world of Doctor Who, adventures that occur in the future are always more interesting/entertaining than their historical counterparts.  However, with the lineup of stories in Season 2 up to and including The Crusade, I am seriously beginning to question the validity of my own opinion. I…

© 2005-2014 Kasterborous. Theme Old Paper by ThunderThemes.net