CD reviews – ‘The Lord of the Rings’ (BBC Radio Series)

1. Fellowship  2. Two Towers 3. Return

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Guess what? I’ve now posted my reviews on ‘The Lord of the Rings’ BBC radio series on my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog. This radio series stars Ian Holm as Frodo Baggins with Michael Horden as Gandalf; Robert Stephens as Aragorn; John Le Mesurier as Bilbo; Peter Woodthorpe as Gollum and Bill Nighy as Sam.

Here are the links to my review on this amazing epic radio series set in Middle-Earth. Continue reading

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DVD review – The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King’

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Here is my final DVD review on ‘The Lord of the Rings’ trilogy!

My review of ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King – Special Extended DVD Edition’ is now here on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. The third movie is my favourite out of the trilogy and brings this epic story in ‘Middle-Earth’ to a stupendous conclusion. I’m hoping to post my reviews on the ‘LOTR’ BBC radio series pretty soon on ‘Bradley’s Basement’.

See how the journey ends in ‘The Return of the King’. Click here to find my DVD review.

Expect reviews of ‘The Lord of the Rings’ radio series soon. Tim. 🙂

Doctor Who Timelines – The Companions’ Timelines Index

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Since I’ve finished uploading the timelines for the 13 Doctors in ‘The Doctors’ Timelines Index’ on ‘Bradley’s Basement’, I am now in the process of uploading timelines for the ‘Doctor Who’ companions. Here is a link to the page here called ‘The Companions Timelines’ Index’.

So far, I’ve uploaded the timelines for the five main companions featured in ‘The Light At The End’. These include Leela, Nyssa, Peri, Ace and Charley. Continue reading

21st October 2015 (Back to the Future Day)

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Today is the 21st of October 2015! It’s a very important day for ‘Back to the Future’ fans!

This is the day that Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and Doc Brown (Christopher Brown) went to ‘the future’ and visited Hill Valley in 2015 as seen in ‘Back to the Future, Part II’.

On that day, Marty saved his son from being framed as well as getting fired (or didn’t depending on how you look at it) and Biff attempted to change history by stealing Doc’s time-travelling Delorean.

But hang on a minute! Continue reading

Convention Report – Dimensions 2015

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As I mentioned in a previous post on my blog, I’ve been away for the weekend attending the ‘Doctor Who’ convention ‘Dimensions 2015’ in Newcastle. It was a three-day convention, but I attended the Saturday only. This was because Newcastle was a long way from Cardiff and I wanted to save money.

Also Sarah Sutton who plays Nyssa, my favourite ‘Doctor Who’ companion, was attending that Saturday and I especially wanted to see her. I was also looking forward to seeing the other stars including Colin Baker; Nicola Bryant; Mark Strickson; Daphne Ashbrook; Maureen O’Brien; etc.

Here is a little report of how the day went. Continue reading

Sarah Sutton at ‘Pandorica 2015’

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I’ve been to a ‘Doctor Who’ convention in Newcastle called ‘Dimensions 2015’ last weekend. I’ll be giving a little report on this convention very soon.

Whilst I was in Newcastle, I received some very nice photos of Sarah Sutton (my favourite ‘Doctor Who’ companion) on my tablet. The photos of Sarah were taken during her panel talk at the ‘Pandorica 2015’ convention in Bristol last September (which was the highlight of the Saturday for me). Continue reading

Theatre Review – ‘A Murder Is Announced’

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Last night, my parents and I went to see the theatre production of Agatha Christie’s murder mystery ‘A Murder Is Announced’ at the New Theatre in Cardiff. I thoroughly enjoyed the play and the actors’ performances throughout. Here’s a quick review on what I liked about this murder mystery on stage. Continue reading