Tagged Philip Olivier

Big Finish audio Gods and Monsters stars Sylvester McCoy as Doctor Who
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Reviewed: Gods and Monsters

This year’s last Seventh Doctor story featuring Ace and Hex finishes with a mighty and epic bang this month as Gods and Monsters brings to a close several story lines that have been open since 2009. Followers of Protect and Survive as well as Black and White will know by now that something is definitely…

Doctor Who: Enemy of the Daleks
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Enemy of the Daleks – Animated!

A few years ago writer David Bishop wrote the Doctor Who Big Finish audio drama Enemy of the Daleks – a fantastic tale featuring Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred and Philip Olivier. In this tale, the Doctor and companions find themselves on the former paradise planet Bliss where invading Daleks and a dark secret guarded by…

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Reviewed: Black and White

Black and White follows on immediately from the events of Protect and Survive. Ace and Hex, who have already been through so much in the previous story, finally win the game that they’ve been forced to play and receive their reward in the shape of the TARDIS. There’s just one problem, the Doctor isn’t there……

Haemovores
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Gods and Monsters Stand Revealed

This is it. The culmination of the Seventh Doctor stories ever since Ace joined him in 1987’s Dragonfire comes to a head in Big Finish’s Gods and Monsters. Next month’s release sees the return of Fenric and the Haemovores, last seen in The Curse of Fenric (1989), the former to be played by The Man…

Catch 22’s 27

Gallifrey One, the wildly popular North American Doctor Who convention, will… er, convene for the twenty-second time in Los Angeles this weekend, being formally titled Gallifrey One’s Catch-22: Islands of Mystery. Fans present at the big event may find themselves fainting twenty-seven times, as there are twenty-seven big (many of them HUGE) names scheduled to…

Lurkers at Sunlight’s Edge

The last installment in the Seventh Doctor trilogy leaves this reviewer in a bit of a conundrum. There is no problem as such with the play, it’s finely crafted, well acted and is perfect to listen to during these cold winter months. However, after the two preceding episodes were so strong and formed the umbrella…

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