Novelization/Audiobook review – ‘Doctor Who – The Gunfighters’

   

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Today, I’ve added my review on the novelization/audiobook called ‘Doctor Who – The Gunfighters’ by Donald Cotton. This is a novelization on the ‘Doctor Who’ story, ‘The Gunfighters’, featuring the First Doctor, Steven Taylor and Dodo Chaplet. The audiobook is read by Shane Rimmer, who played Seth Harper in the TV story. Continue reading

‘Earth Story’ – ‘Doctor Who’ DVD reviews

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Check out my ‘Doctor Who’ reviews on two stories from the ‘Earth Story’ DVD box set. These two ‘Doctor Who’ stories have one thing in common. They’re both set on Earth, as you can guess from the DVD box set’s title. 😀 Find out what my thoughts on each of the two stories and whether I liked them. Continue reading

Novelization/Audiobook review: ‘Doctor Who – The Myth Makers’

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To make up for my disappointment of ‘The Romans’ novelization of ‘Doctor Who’ I reviewed lately, I’ve decided to re-post my blog post for ‘The Myth Makers’ novelization by Donald Cotton. I consider that to be a better ‘Doctor Who’ novelization by Donald Cotton and found it so enjoyable, especially with the audiobook narration by Stephen Thorne. I read and listened to this one in September 2017. Continue reading

Novelization Review – ‘Doctor Who – The Romans’

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There are times when you come across a ‘Doctor Who’ novelization of one of your favourite stories and you hope that it’s going to be better than you expected when you read it. Unfortunately for this occasion, the ‘Doctor Who’ novelization I reviewed today turned out to be not quite what I hoped for. Continue reading

Historical Adventures with ‘Doctor Who’

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Today, I’ve posted three new ‘Doctor Who’ reviews on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. These are three historical adventures from the 1960s, currently available as audio soundtracks since the original TV episodes are missing from the BBC archives. Continue reading