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‘Call the Midwife’ – Series 10 REVIEWED

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My parents and I have completed our journey in watching the ‘Call the Midwife’ series on DVD from 2020 to 2021. We’ve recently finished Series 10 of ‘Call the Midwife’ on DVD, which was shown earlier this year on BBC One from April to May. We’re currently looking forward to seeing the 2021 Christmas Special and Series 11 next. Continue reading

Convention Report – ‘Bedford Who Charity Con 6’

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog AND I’VE BEEN TO THE ‘BEDFORD WHO CHARITY CON’!!!

After two years of waiting for this event to happen, it actually happened! I’ve been looking forward to attending ‘Bedford Who Charity Con 6’ since April 2020. Originally, ‘BWCC6’ was meant to take place in April 2020, but sadly got rescheduled because of the Covid-19 pandemic – please keep safe. Continue reading

Film Review – ‘Thunderbirds’ (2004)

5…4…3…2…1…‘BRADLEY’S BASEMENT’ IS GO!!!!! Continue reading

DVD review – ‘The New Mutants’

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And welcome to the final instalment of the ‘X-Men Film Review Season’!!!!!

Yeah, I know, I know. I’ve got the two ‘Deadpool’ movies and ‘Logan’ to check out, but I’m basing my current ‘X-Men Film Review Season’ on the ‘X-Men’ 10 movie collection available on DVD and Blu-ray. For now, let’s end this review season with the latest and final instalment of the ‘X-Men’ film series by 20th Century Fox/Studios – ‘The New Mutants’. This film is directed by Josh Boone and stars Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Blu Hunt and Henry Zaga. Continue reading

Novelization/Audiobook review – ‘Doctor Who – Dragonfire’

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Just in case you missed it yesterday, I’ve read and heard the Target novelization/audiobook of the ‘Doctor Who’ story called ‘Dragonfire’ by Ian Briggs. The story features the Seventh Doctor and Mel who meet Ace for the first time and they reunite with Sabalom Glitz from ‘The Trial of a Time Lord’. The story also features Mel’s first departure from the TARDIS before she returned in ‘A Life of Crime’. The audiobook for ‘Doctor Who – Dragonfire’ is read by Bonnie Langford who played Mel in the TV series and she continues to play her in the Big Finish audios. Continue reading

Season 24 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Sylvester McCoy on Blu-ray #4

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We’ve come to the end of Season 24 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Sylvester McCoy! It’s time to talk about the fourth story of the season called ‘Dragonfire’! My updated review on the story is based on the Blu-ray box set release of Season 24. ‘Dragonfire’ features Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor and Bonnie Langford as Mel and it introduces Sophie Aldred as Ace, the new companion. Continue reading

Novelization/Audiobook review – ‘Doctor Who and the Dæmons’

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Just in case you missed it today, I’ve read and heard the novelization/audiobook of the ‘Doctor Who’ story ‘The Dæmons’ by producer Barry Letts, based on the scripts by him and Robert Sloman (under the pseudonym of ‘Guy Leopold’). The story features the Third Doctor, Jo, the Master and U.N.I.T. The audiobook for ‘Doctor Who and the Dæmons’ is also read by Barry Letts. Continue reading

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

In memory of Damaris Hayman Continue reading

DVD Review – ‘A Star is Born’ (1954)

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And welcome to the fourth and final instalment of this year’s ‘Judy Garland Film Review Season’!

To conclude this film review season, I’m tackling the 1954 film ‘A Star is Born’, starring Judy Garland and James Mason. This is considered one of Judy Garland’s best works in film and is an epic classic. It’s also one out of four films made under the same name, though I haven’t seen the other three films yet. Continue reading