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TV Review – ‘Eve of the Daleks’ (Doctor Who)

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Here we are in 2022 and we’re talking about the New Year Day’s Special of ‘Doctor Who’ called ‘Eve of the Daleks’. I’ve been looking forward to this special episode since the last episode of ‘Flux’. I’m surprised that ‘Eve of the Daleks’ wasn’t actually released on New Year’s Eve before the end of 2021. Continue reading

‘Flux’/Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’ – Final Thoughts

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As I’ve done with Series 11 and 12 of ‘Doctor Who’, it’s only fair that I share my final thoughts on Series 13, which is essentially the six-part story called ‘Flux’. I hope to update my ‘final thoughts’ on ‘Flux’/Series 13 when it comes to talking about the season in my review on the upcoming Blu-ray set. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Flux – Chapter Six: The Vanquishers’ (Doctor Who)

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And here we are on the final episode of ‘Flux’/Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’! These past six weeks have gone by pretty quickly, haven’t they? I’ve enjoyed Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’ lately. I’ve enjoyed each instalment of the six-part story called ‘Flux’ with Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor, Yaz and Dan. 🙂 Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Flux – Chapter Five: Survivors of the Flux’ (Doctor Who)

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And we’re on the fifth and penultimate episode of ‘Flux’, the six-part story that is essentially Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’. I’ve enjoyed this third season of ‘Doctor Who’ with Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor, and it’s fair to say that each episode has indeed been compelling non-stop so far. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Flux – Chapter Four: Village of the Angels’ (Doctor Who)

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After what was arguably a decent, albeit underwhelming instalment of the ‘Flux’ story called ‘Once, Upon Time’, could things be better with its following instalment ‘Village of the Angels’? Well, yes they can. But my goodness!!! The episode’s cliffhanger ending was such a shock to watch on the TV! Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Flux – Chapter Three: Once, Upon Time’ (Doctor Who)

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It’s time to talk about the third episode of ‘Flux’, the six-part story that is Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’. The third episode is called ‘Once, Upon Time’ by Chris Chibnall. My parents and I revisited the second episode ‘War of the Sontarans’ on BBC iPlayer before we watched ‘Once, Upon Time’ on TV. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Flux – Chapter Two: War of the Sontarans’ (Doctor Who)

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I’ve seen the second episode of ‘Flux’, the six-part story that is essentially Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Jodie Whittaker, Mandip Gill and John Bishop. I greatly enjoyed it and found it better than the first episode. I was able to follow what went on compared to finding it all crammed in the first episode. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Flux – Chapter One: The Halloween Apocalypse’ (Doctor Who)

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Here we are again, everyone! 🙂 We have a new season of ‘Doctor Who’ in the year 2021. It’s Jodie Whittaker’s third season as the Thirteenth Doctor (Series 13) and she’s joined by Mandip Gill as Yaz and newcomer John Bishop as Dan. Series 13 also happens to be a six-part adventure called ‘Flux’. 🙂 Continue reading

Happy 6th Anniversary to ‘Bradley’s Basement’

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog AND IT’S THE 6TH ANNIVERSARY!!!

Six years of ‘Bradley’s Basement’ and…we’re still having to abide by certain current pandemic guidelines. 😦 – please keep safe. Thankfully restrictions have eased significantly in the UK and certain parts of the world. Things are better compared to what they were in 2020. Cinemas have opened up and I’ve seen films on the big screen in 2021! Conventions and comics have started again and I’m looking forward to ‘Bedford Who Charity Con’ in October. Continue reading