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‘Doctor Who’ 60th Anniversary Marathon – Season 1 Summary

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

Let me give you a brief summary of what I think about Season 1 of the classic ‘Doctor Who’ TV series. In many respects, the first season sets the ground rules for what ‘Doctor Who’ is going to be like with its stories being told in Earth’s past involving history as well as the future involving science. Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ 60th Anniversary Marathon – ‘An Unearthly Child’

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

It’s 2023 and it’s the 60th anniversary year of ‘Doctor Who’! To commemorate the occasion, I’m revisiting the ‘Doctor Who’ TV stories that are available on DVD, CD (or via Audible), Blu-ray, Britbox and BBC iPlayer throughout the 365 days of 2023. They’ll be stories from the First Doctor era leading up to the latest stories, including the 60th anniversary specials under the neo-Russell T. Davies era. There will also be summaries on each season and reflections on each Doctor in the TV series. Continue reading

Celebrating 55 Years of ‘Doctor Who’ #1

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

It’s the 55th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’ this year in 2018! I’m celebrating this November by looking into all of the Doctors in the show’s history and share a review on a particular story featuring a certain incarnation of the Doctor. This will cover the 14 widely accepted Doctors on TV and some ambiguous ones. Continue reading

More ‘Doctor Who’ Reviews

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I’ve added more reviews to my ‘Doctor Who Reviews’ page on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. These are the reviews on the TV episodes of ‘Doctor Who’ that I’ve reviewed recently on my ‘Doctor Who: The Complete History’ page on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. The stories from those pages of my ‘Complete History’ have their own individual page for reading and commenting on. Continue reading