Hello everyone! 🙂

Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog AND IT’S THE 5TH ANNIVERSARY!!!

WOW!!! Five years of doing my blog and I’ve still got too many ‘Doctor Who’ stories to review. 😀 I’m very pleased I’ve been able to get this far since I started my blog back in September 2015 with that ‘Hello and Welcome’ blog post I did. Thanks to everyone who supported my blog over the years!

So, how do I celebrate five years of my blog? Well…

I’ve created new ‘Doctor Who Timelines’ for the ‘Doctor Who’ companions I’ve created for my ‘Fifth Doctor’ stories, my Short Trips and the ‘Zorbius’ series. These include timelines for Billy Walker (played by me) who is a companion to the Fifth Doctor; James Darby (played by Timelord007) who is a companion to the Fourth Doctor; and Jen Ward, a companion I co-created with my best mate from school Stephen Buckley for the Eighth Doctor and we had in mind for her to be played by Imogen Poots.

These timelines have been added to ‘The Companions Timelines Index’. I’ve also added my ‘Fifth Doctor’ stories, the Short Trips I’ve written and the ‘Zorbius’ stories to the timelines for each specific Doctor and companion whether it’s ‘Brain and Heart’ for the Second Doctor, Jamie and Zoe, ‘The Crimson Lion’ for the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Tegan and ‘The Vexo Knights Experience’ for the Tenth Doctor and Donna. I’ve also added specific tales to the monster timelines for e.g. Daleks and Cybermen.

Doing this blog for five years has been amazing and it’s thanks to the support of those who like the stories I write; the reviews I do on ‘Doctor Who’ stories, movies and TV shows; and most importantly, the ‘Doctor Who’ timelines I’ve made. I’ve had plenty of feedback on my ‘Doctor Who’ timelines over the years and it’s only fair that I celebrate 5 years of my blog by creating timelines for Billy Walker, James Darby and Jen Ward in order to let them be a part of ‘Doctor Who’s continuity. 🙂

Many thanks to everyone who has supported my blog for these past five years! I know 2020 has been a miserable year for everyone. I myself haven’t been happy by how this start to a new decade has turned out. But doing ‘Bradley’s Basement’ keeps me busy. I hope I cheer you up now and again.

I hope things will improve for the rest of 2020 as well as going into 2021. I’ve got lots of things in mind to entertain you with on my blog for the next five years or so. 😀 I hope you’ll continue to stay around and follow my blog, whether it’d be on ‘Doctor Who’ stories by me, timelines and reviews or whether it’d be reviews on movies and TV shows I enjoy. There’s bound to be plenty of surprises. 😀

If you’d like to share and give feedback on what you like most and what has been your favourite thing on ‘Bradley’s Basement’, please leave a reply in the comments section below. Also leave a reply on what you would like to see next on my blog and what can be improved for its sixth year.

In the meantime, enjoy the new ‘Doctor Who’ timelines created for Billy Walker, James Darby and Jen Ward. I’m looking forward to what’s next for ‘Bradley’s Basement’ from 2020 to 2021. At present, I’m getting things ready for the next ‘Nyssa Challenge’ mini-review season in December 2020. Stay tuned!

Thanks for reading!

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂


  1. Timelord 007

    Tim your awesome & a genuine nice guy & your blog is amazing, the amount of time effort you put into each & every project is outstanding & you are Sophie Aldreds & Sarah Suttons official Timeline Charter lol.

    You deserve every success my friend it’s a honour to know you & call you friend

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Tim Bradley Post author

      Hi Simon.

      Many thanks for your support these past five years regarding my blog. I greatly appreciate you commenting on my reviews every once and a while and I’m glad you enjoy the stuff I put on my blog. I look forward to how the next five years turn out and the reviews I’m likely to do with you in the future.

      I still miss seeing Sarah and Sophie at conventions. Hope to see them again soon.

      Tim. 🙂

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