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Seasons 10, 12, 18 and 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ on Blu-ray with Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker and Peter Davison

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At the time of this blog post, I’m currently checking out the Season 24 Blu-ray box set of ‘Doctor Who’ with Sylvester McCoy. I’m looking forward to sharing updated reviews on ‘Time and the Rani’, ‘Paradise Towers’, ‘Delta and the Bannermen’ and ‘Dragonfire’ sometime soon on my blog. Stay tuned for news! Continue reading

Revisiting Seasons 18 and 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ on Blu-ray with Tom Baker and Peter Davison

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‘All Creatures Great and Small’ – Christmas Specials (1983–1985) REVIEWED

   

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It’s Christmas time!

Okay, no it isn’t. But I’ve added my two reviews on the two Christmas Specials of ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ from 1983 and 1985 to my blog! These are the two final episodes that feature what I consider to be the golden era of ‘All Creatures’. It’s where the series ends for me on a personal level, but I will be watching and reviewing Series 4 next. Continue reading

Season 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Peter Davison on Blu-ray #2

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We continue looking into Season 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ this week with Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton and Matthew Waterhouse! Today is my review on ‘Four To Doomsday’, a four-part adventure where our TARDIS heroes meet Monarch and the Urbankans on their spaceship to Earth. Continue reading

Week 6 – ‘The Nyssa Challenge’ UPDATED

— BRAND NEW NOVELIZATION/AUDIOBOOK REVIEW AVALIABLE TODAY!!! —

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Today, I’ve updated my reviews on the ‘Doctor Who’ story, ‘Four To Doomsday’, as part of my new mini-review season of ‘The Nyssa Challenge’. This includes the TV story as well as the new novelization/audiobook by Terrance Dicks, with Matthew Waterhouse narrating the novel for audio. Continue reading