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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

Season 8 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Jon Pertwee on Blu-ray #5

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Quick DVD Review – ‘The Doctors: The Tom Baker Years’

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I’m glad I got four ‘Doctors’ DVDs from the ‘Myth Makers’ series for my birthday this year from my parents. I’ve greatly enjoyed ‘The Doctors: The William Hartnell Years’, ‘The Doctors: The Pat Troughton Years’ and recently ‘The Doctors: The Tom Baker Years’. I hope soon I’ll get ‘The Doctors: The Peter Davison Years’ DVD later this year and hopefully more ‘Myth Maker’ interviews on DVD. 🙂 Continue reading

‘All Creatures Great and Small’ – Series 3 REVIEWED

   

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I’ve finished all of my reviews on Series 3 of ‘All Creatures Great and Small’! This is where it sort of ends for me regarding the original run of ‘All Creatures’ episodes. There are the two Christmas Specials to look forward to, but this is where I feel the series ends for me before it goes downhill. I will be reviewing Series 4-7 after doing the Christmas Specials, but this will not be with the same enthusiasm. Continue reading

Season 12 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Tom Baker on Blu-ray #1

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It is my great pleasure to welcome you all to ‘Doctor Who’ – Season 12!

This week I’m sharing my updated reviews on the ‘Doctor Who’ stories featured in Season 12 starring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor, Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith and Ian Marter as Harry Sullivan with Nicholas Courtney as the Brigadier. This is really exciting for me to do on my blog! Continue reading

‘All Creatures Great and Small’ – Series 2 REVIEWED

   

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I’ve finished all of my reviews on Series 2 of ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ and what good timing! The last episode of the season is a Christmas episode, just in time for us to celebrate Christmas next month. The TV series stars Christopher Timothy, Robert Hardy, Peter Davison and Carol Drinkwater. Continue reading

‘The Creature From The Pit’ and ‘Nightmare of Eden’ with Tom Baker

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I’ve posted two new DVD reviews today on two ‘Doctor Who’ stories! They star Tom Baker as the Doctor and Lalla Ward as Romana with K-9, voiced by David Brierley. Continue reading

Daleks, Vicki, the Romans and the Zarbi with William Hartnell

  

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Today I’ve posted four new reviews on four ‘Doctor Who’ TV stories, starring William Hartnell as the First Doctor. They also feature William Russell as Ian Chesterton, Jacqueline Hill as Barbara Wright, Carole Ann Ford as Susan and Maureen O’Brien as Vicki. These four TV stories come from Season 2. Continue reading

Savages, War Machines, Smugglers and Cybermen with William Hartnell

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Today, I’ve posted four new ‘Doctor Who’ reviews starring William Hartnell as the Doctor. Continue reading

DVD review – ‘The Brain of Morbius’ (Doctor Who)

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Today, I’ve posted my ‘Doctor Who’ DVD review on ‘The Brain of Morbius’ starring Tom Baker as the Doctor and Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith. This ‘Doctor Who’ story is from the gothic era of ‘Doctor Who’ in the Philip Hinchcliffe and Robert Holmes days! Continue reading