At last! Yippee! I’m so pleased that this day has come! This is going to be so COOL!!!
‘Cold Fusion’ is now going to get adapted for audio by Big Finish! I’m so excited, as I’ve now read the book twice and I’m looking forward to listening to this story on audio with a super cast! I can now purchase ‘Cold Fusion’ and the other Seventh Doctor novel audio adaptations from Big Finish in a bundle! Continue reading →
I’ve now posted my new DVD reviews on Series 6 – Part 1 of ‘Doctor Who’ on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. This includes reviews on the first seven episodes from Series 6, starring Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor, Karen Gillan as Amy Pond, Arthur Darvill as Rory Williams and Alex Kingston as River Song. Continue reading →
I’ve added a new page for my ‘Monarch of the Glen’ reviews on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. This includes DVD reviews on each of the seven seasons of the BBC TV series set in Scotland from 2000 to 2005. Continue reading →
I’ve seen the third of three birthday presents from my best mate from school, Stephen.
‘The Fifth Element’ is a science-fiction film that I’ve enjoyed watching and found very interesting. It stars Bruce Willis as the main action hero, Korben Dallas and is directed by Lee Beeson. There are plenty of interesting elements regarding the plot and some moments of comedy that I found pretty bizarre. Continue reading →
Here on ‘Bradley’s Basement’, I’ve posted four reviews on the four CDs in the first ‘Dalek Empire’ spin-off series from ‘Doctor Who’ by Big Finish. The four episodes in the first ‘Dalek Empire’ series are Continue reading →
Here on ‘Bradley’s Basement’, I’ve posted three new reviews on three Big Finish audios of ‘Doctor Who’ with Sylvester McCoy as the Doctor and Sophie Aldred as Ace. These three stories are Continue reading →
Today, I’ve uploaded my review on the ‘Doctor Who and the Giant Robot’ novelization/audiobook to my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog. ‘Doctor Who and the Giant Robot’ is a novelization on the TV story, ‘Robot’, starring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor. The audiobook is read by the Doctor, Tom Baker, himself. Continue reading →