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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

Convention Memories – ‘Regenerations 2013’

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Soon, I’ll be attending the ‘Bedford Who Charity Con’ in October, which I’m really looking forward to! 🙂 Before that happens though, I would like to share with you my memories of attending my favourite convention in the 50th anniversary year of ‘Doctor Who’ in 2013. It’s time to talk about ‘Regenerations 2013’ in Swansea! I have very happy memories of attending that special weekend. 😀 Continue reading

Convention Memories – ‘celebrate 50 – The Peter Davison Years’

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It’s time to share some more ‘convention memories’ as we continue the journey I had in celebrating 50 years of ‘Doctor Who’ in 2013. It was a very exciting year for me as a ‘Doctor Who’ fan. The conventions aided in making the 50th anniversary celebrations worthwhile as there were lots to enjoy! Continue reading

Convention Memories – ‘Fantom Films @ Memorabilia Birmingham 2011’

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And here we are once again with another ‘convention memories’ blog post for today! I attended a pretty fruitful amount of conventions in 2011. I attended the ‘London Film and Comic Con’ in July; ‘Regenerations 2011’ in Swansea for September and ‘Acceptable In The 80s’ in Chiswick, London for October. For my last convention in 2011, I attended the ‘Memorabilia Birmingham’ event at the NEC. Continue reading

Convention Memories – ‘Acceptable In The 80s’

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Here we are again with another ‘convention memories’ blog post for today! After enjoying ‘Regenerations 2011’ so much in September 2011, I was soon on my way for my fifth convention event. This was the ‘Acceptable In The 80s’ event held in Chiswick, London and run by Fantom Films. Continue reading

Novelization/Audiobook review – ‘The Moon Stallion’

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It’s time to celebrate 4 years of ‘Bradley’s Basement’ and Sarah Sutton is helping me out. Continue reading

Convention Memories – ‘Regenerations 2011’

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

It’s time for another ‘convention memories’ post by me. Today, I’m sharing my fourth ‘Doctor Who’ convention experience which was ‘Regenerations 2011’ that took place in September 2011. After enjoying the first ‘Regenerations’ experience in 2010, I was looking forward to another one in 2011. Continue reading

Quick Audiobook Review – ‘The Moon Stallion’

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This is going to be a quick review as I’ll be coming back to this audiobook when I come to review it and re-review ‘The Moon Stallion’ novelization in December 2019 along with a new set of ‘Nyssa Challenge’ reviews. It’s been a long time but I’m so happy to say ‘The Moon Stallion’ audiobook is out! Continue reading

Calendar Review – ‘WHO GIRLS Calendar 2013’

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Convention Memories – ‘Regenerations 2010’

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

My ‘convention memories’ continue today, as I share about my second ‘Doctor Who’ convention experience on my blog. My first convention experience was the ‘Fifth Element’ event back in February 2010. After I’d finished my IT degree at Cardiff University, I attended ‘Regenerations 2010’. Continue reading