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March of the Thirteenth Doctor #14

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It’s the first New Year’s Day Special for ‘Doctor Who’ today! It’s time for us to take a look at ‘Resolution’, featuring the Thirteenth Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz. It also features a single reconnaissance Dalek that latches onto Charlotte Ritchie from ‘Call the Midwife’. Will our heroes save the day? 😀 Continue reading

‘Call the Midwife’ – Series 6 REVIEWED

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The latest news I’ve heard about ‘Call the Midwife’ is that Series 10 has completed filming. This is good news, especially during difficult times – please keep safe! Hopefully Series 10 will be shown on TV screens soon and hopefully most of us will have the Covid-19 vaccine by then. 🙂 In the meantime, I’ve been checking out Series 6 of ‘Call the Midwife’ on DVD. Continue reading

‘Call the Midwife’ – Series 5 REVIEWED

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We’re getting closer to Christmas Day and we’ll soon have the 2020 Christmas Special of ‘Call the Midwife’ via BBC One upon us! I’m looking forward to it, especially with Peter Davison as the special guest star. It’s also good that a vaccine is on its way to counteract the coronavirus. But still, please keep safe. Continue reading

‘Call the Midwife’ – Series 4 REVIEWED

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With the good news of Peter Davison about to appear in the upcoming 2020 Christmas Special of ‘Call the Midwife’ – something to cheer us up during these difficult times (please keep safe), it’s time to share with you that I’ve reviewed all the eight episodes of Series 4 and have reviewed the 2014 Christmas Special. Continue reading

New Drama Page – ‘Call the Midwife’

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After seeing Series 9 of ‘Call the Midwife’ this year, my parents and I have decided to re-watch the ‘Call the Midwife’ series from the beginning with Series 1. Thus, I’ve created a new drama page for the ‘Call the Midwife’ series as well as done a review on the first episode of Series 1 for ‘Bradley’s Basement’. Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘Resolution’

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And here we are at the end of this year’s ‘Doctor Who’ marathon! Phew! It’s been long over four months! Hope you’ve enjoyed it! 😀 Today’s final review that I’m sharing is on the 2019 New Year’s Day Special featuring Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz against a single Dalek called ‘Resolution’. Continue reading

Blu-ray review – ‘Resolution’ (Doctor Who)

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Today I’ve added my latest Blu-ray review on the ‘Doctor Who’ TV episode called ‘Resolution’. This is the 2019 New Year’s Day Special starring Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor, Bradley Walsh as Graham, Tosin Cole as Ryan and Mandip Gill as Yaz. It also has the Thirteenth Doctor’s first fight with a Dalek. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Resolution’ (Doctor Who)

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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It’s a New Year and we’ve started off well with an exciting ‘Doctor Who’ episode! I enjoyed the New Year’s Day Special called ‘Resolution’ by Chris Chibnall. I was pretty gripped into the episode from beginning to end as it features the Doctor and her friends against an old foe we’ve been waiting for! Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Call the Midwife’, Christmas Special 2017

call the midwife christmas special 2017

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I’d like to give a quick review on the 2017 Christmas Special of ‘Call the Midwife’. My parents and I watched this Christmas Special on Christmas Day. This past year, my parents have been getting into ‘Call the Midwife’. This is a TV drama series about midwifery set in the 1950s and 1960s. Continue reading