DVD reviews – Series 10 – Part 2 (‘Doctor Who’)

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I’ve now posted my DVD reviews on Series 10 – Part 2 of ‘Doctor Who’ on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. This includes reviews on the last five stories from Series 10, starring Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor; Pearl Mackie as Bill Potts and Matt Lucas as Nardole. Continue reading

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TV Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 4, Episode 5

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I’ve seen Series 4, Episode 5 of ‘Grantchester’ and it’s the penultimate one of the season. I enjoyed this episode very much. It’s sad we’re coming to the end of Series 4, but I’m looking forward start watching the first three seasons of ‘Grantchester’ on DVD with my parents so that I can catch up on it. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Call the Midwife’, Series 8, Episode 5

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I’m five episodes into Series 8 of ‘Call the Midwife’! I enjoyed Series 8, Episode 5, which my parents and I watched on TV via BBC1 last Sunday night. We didn’t have any major church commitments that evening. We were able to watch this episode on TV instead of seeing on BBC iPlayer as we usually do. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Great British Car Journeys’ – Episode 2

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We’re back this week for another episode of ‘Great British Car Journeys’ with Christopher Timothy and Peter Davison, shown on Channel 4. Last week in Episode 1, Chris and Peter took a vintage road trip in Scotland. For this week, the ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ duo take a road trip into England. Continue reading

Novelization Review – ‘Doctor Who – Planet of Fire’

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Today, I’ve added my review on the Target novelization called ‘Doctor Who – Planet of Fireby Peter Grimwade. This is a novelization on the ‘Doctor Who’ story, ‘Planet of Fire’, featuring the Fifth Doctor, Turlough, Peri, Kamelion and the Master.

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9th Anniversary – My 1st Meeting With Sarah Sutton

   

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I’ve realised that it’s the ninth anniversary since I first met Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), my favourite ‘Doctor Who’ companion, at the ‘Fifth Element’ event back in February 2010. How amazing is that?! I’ve seen Sarah at many conventions and comic cons over the years, including ‘Science of the Time Lords 2019’. Continue reading

‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ – Season 7 REVIEWED

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At last, I’ve completed my reviews on ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’. I finished the series by looking into Season 7 and the series finale, ‘All Good Things…’ It’s taken me a while but I’m glad I’ve completed ‘The Next Generation’ experience and reviewed the series on my blog which I’ve enjoyed. Continue reading

DVD review – ‘Resurrection of the Daleks’ (Doctor Who)

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With the upcoming novelizations on the two ‘Doctor Who’ TV stories ‘Resurrection of the Daleks’ and ‘Revelation of the Daleks’ by Eric Saward later in the year, it’s time for me to share my DVD review on ‘Resurrection of the Daleks’. This ‘Doctor Who’ story features Peter Davison as the Doctor; Janet Fielding as Tegan and Mark Strickson as Turlough as well as Terry Molloy as Davros with the Daleks. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 4, Episode 4

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I’m really enjoying ‘Grantchester’ as a series so far. The crime-solving’s compelling and the character drama is well-handled. I know there’s been a change-over of casting in this current series, but I’m finding this easy to get into and hope I will get a chance to catch-up on the other seasons of the series. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Call the Midwife’, Series 8, Episode 4

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Once again, I’ve seen the latest episode of ‘Call the Midwife’ on BBC iPlayer. This was a pretty emotional, bittersweet episode as it features two subplots. The first subplot is where the ‘Call the Midwife’ team try to unite a mother and daughter who are both pregnant and pretty estranged from each other. Continue reading