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The Emerald Tiger

This reviewer will come clean straight away as to not being the biggest enthusiast of the last few Fifth Doctor trilogies. The premise is a good one, with an older version of Nyssa rejoining the Doctor, Turlough and Tegan sometime after Terminus and the performances and production values have been enjoyable but there’s never been…

Magnus Greel Lives!

Aged to ashes in his own Time Cabinet, a desiccated husk was all that was left of Magnus Greel when we last saw him defeated by the Fourth Doctor in The Talons of Weng Chiang. But what of Greel’s past? The madman clearly caused a lot of mayhem and trouble before he travelled back in…

The Emerald Tiger

Tiger, Tiger burning bright, a new audio adventure is such a delight! Murdering Blake aside Big Finish have announced a brand new Fifth Doctor adventure – The Emerald Tiger – the first story in a new mini – series of adventures featuring Peter Davison alongside Sarah Sutton, Janet Fielding and Mark Strickson. Written and directed…

Who’s at Winter Memorabila 2011?

Scientists have discovered that Cochran’s theory that ‘there ain’t no cure for the Summertime Blues’ can also be applied – thanks to extensive research by the University of Bangor – just as equally to less clement periods of the year. Now, no one had the heart to tell the group that Cochran’s Theory (an appendix…

Big Finish: Army of Death

The trailer for Army of Death the final part of the Eighth Doctor and Mary Shelley trilogy of adventures has risen from its cold grave and can be heard howling over at Big Finish. The tale sees the unlikely pair land on Draxine, where a devastating battle has transformed the city-state of Garrak into a…

Rat Trap

There’s something to be said for the staff at Big Finish productions and their powers of persuasion. Janet Fielding was an actor whom we all assumed was never going to recreate her role as feisty air stewardess Tegan Jovanka but here we are, 2011 and already we’re at the end of her second Fifth Doctor…

Heroes of Sontar

There is a little known fact in the Who-verse. Sontarans are funny. We have always known they looked funny but recently we have been seeing that they have a sense of humour about them as well. We saw this in A Good Man Goes to War and now with the first audio in the Fifth’s…

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