Audio Talk – Doctor Who – Technophobia

Hello everyone! 🙂

Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

Here’s another video request by me fulfilled by Elinor Ekman of the ‘Everything and the TARDIS console’ channel on YouTube. The request is a review on the Tenth Doctor and Donna audio drama, ‘Technophobia’, which I’ve also reviewed on my ‘Bradley’s Basement’. Thanks Elinor for doing this! 🙂

Elinor has done two videos on her YouTube channel for me in the past, including her ‘Character Talk – Nyssa of Traken (‘Doctor Who’) and her ‘Audio Talk – Top Five 5th Doctor Audio Dramas’. This is the latest video request she’s done for me. I hope it won’t be the last as she’s scheduling more videos in the future.

Check out Elinor’s video review on ‘Technophobia’ below! I’m sure you’ll enjoy it and find it very interesting!

I’m very pleased Elinor has done this video for me, since my name is in the end credits and that I requested her to do the review. It was interesting to hear her share her thoughts about ‘Technophobia’ which differ, compared to my thoughts on the story when I reviewed it on my blog.

I enjoyed how Elinor explained how the story ‘could have been better’, especially with the story itself and the guest characters featured in it. She’s not saying ‘Technophobia’ is bad, but it’s not as great as she hoped. I’m pleased that she liked David Tennant and Catherine Tate’s performances in the story.

Check out Elinor’s other YouTube videos on her ‘Everything and the TARDIS console’ channel. Please feel free to make requests to Elinor on YouTube, as I’m sure she’ll welcome them.

Thanks for reading!

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂

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