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Tagged Leela

Return to Telos

Reviewed: Return to Telos

Sorry, I’m going to have to whisper this review. You see, they’ve just cling-filmed me into my cyber tomb and we’re waiting for the music to commence. The Cyber Choreographer has told me to listen out for ‘Space Time Music – Part One’ by Wilfred Josephs and not to break out until the third ‘Ba…

Big Finish Cloisters of Terror

Reviewed: The Cloisters of Terror

Cloisters of Terror is one of those Big Finish stories that not only works splendidly well in isolation, but also rewards fans with an extra layer or two just to add to the listening pleasure. The central story is rock solid: an Oxford College with a sinister secret in its heart, creepy nuns, ghosts, disappearances…

Suburban Hell

Reviewed: Suburban Hell

We asked some very special guest reviewers to take a listen to Suburban Hell, the fifth release of the fourth series of Fourth Doctor adventures from Big Finish. Ladies and gentlemen, it’s only Keith and Candice Marie Pratt from Mike Leigh’s Nuts in May! Last seen on screen camping out in Dorset in 1976, we…

Death Match

Reviewed: Death Match

April’s Fourth Doctor adventure from Big Finish is quite an interesting proposition: rather than being the second half of a four parter, it’s more of a thematic sequel to the previous release, as Death Match brings back together the Doctor, Leela, K9, The Master and another returning character from Requiem for the Rocket Men. Big…

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