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The Wheel in Space - feat 2

043 The Wheel in Space

The Doctor and Jamie are forced to evacuate the TARDIS after an explosion of the mercury fluid link. Sound familiar? They land in a deserted spaceship whose single occupant is the Servo-Robot, which menaces the intruders and manages to launch a group of mysterious white pods into space before Jamie destroys it. Finally rescued by…

Classic Doctor Who on DVD - The Tenth Planet

The Tenth Planet DVD Review

If you’re a ‘Classic’ series fan, you’ll know that The Tenth Planet is kind of a big deal. It features two firsts. Not only does it boast the very first regeneration (although it isn’t called that yet), from original actor William Hartnell’s First Doctor, to incoming actor Patrick Troughton’s Second Doctor, but it also hosts the first…

Doctor Who classic: The Tomb of the Cybermen

037 Tomb of the Cybermen

It’s brilliant! That’s for those of you who have neither the time nor inclination to read reviews in full, preferring to confirm your own assessment by reading only the first line. I’ll make the same exclamation at the end of this piece for those who find that the last line of reviews often offers a…

The Moonbase 2

Introducing: The Moonbase

As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, we’re looking back at some of the pivotal tales of all of time and space, taking on one Doctor each month, running up to November – and An Unearthly Child… If it weren’t for The Moonbase, we might not have definitive tales like Tomb of the Cybermen, Earthshock…

Cybermen attack in Doctor Who: The Moonbase

033 The Moonbase

The Cybermen returned for a second appearance just four serials after their first in 1966, kicking off what would become known as the Monster Era and cementing their place in Doctor Who history as a memorable foe. Kowtowing to the Daleks aside, imagine how exciting this blurb from the back cover of Gerry Davis’s Doctor…

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