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Season 18 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Tom Baker on Blu-ray #1

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It’s time for another classic ‘Doctor Who’ season on Blu-ray and I’m looking into Season 18 with Tom Baker for this week. I’ve been looking forward to reviewing this season on Blu-ray, especially with Sarah Sutton in the ‘Behind The Sofa’ features as well as in the last two stories. Season 18 stars Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor; Lalla Ward as Romana; Matthew Waterhouse as Adric; Sarah Sutton as Nyssa and Janet Fielding as Tegan. Once again, it’s very exciting! 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

David Fisher’s Novelization/Audiobooks of ‘Doctor Who’

the stones of blood audiobook   the androids of tara audiobook

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

‘The Key to Time’ is my favourite season from the Tom Baker era of ‘Doctor Who’. It’s always nice to revisit that season, especially when it comes to read/listening to the novelizations/audiobooks of those stories. I recently read/listened to James Goss’ novelization/audiobook of ‘The Pirate Planet’. Continue reading

‘The Leisure Hive’ and ‘Meglos’

the leisure hive dvd meglos dvd

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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 John Leeson. Continue reading

‘The Key to Time’ – ‘Doctor Who’ DVD reviews

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‘The Key to Time’ is now on ‘Bradley’s Basement’!

Today, I have posted my DVD reviews of ‘The Key to Time’ series from ‘Doctor Who’, starring Tom Baker as the Doctor and Mary Tamm as Romana. This series comprises of six stories in a lavish DVD box set. Please feel free to comment on my DVD reviews on these six stories by clicking on the links. Continue reading