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Revisiting Seasons 18 and 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ on Blu-ray with Tom Baker and Peter Davison

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CD Reviews – ‘Masterful’

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DVD review – ‘The Devil of Winterborne’ (P.R.O.B.E.)

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This is something I’ve reviewed recently over the Easter holidays. I’ve reviewed the second episode of the ‘P.R.O.B.E.’ series by BBV called ‘The Devil of Winterborne’. This was recently given to me as a late Christmas present by Stephen, my best mate from school. ‘P.R.O.B.E.’ is a ‘Doctor Who’ spin-off series starring Caroline John as Liz Shaw. Continue reading

‘Time Lord Victorious – Road to the Dark Times’ (Doctor Who) on Blu-ray

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Over Christmas 2020 and early 2021, I’ve been checking out the ‘Time Lord Victorious – Road to the Dark Times’ collection of ‘Doctor Who’ stories on Blu-ray. This is in preparation for me to check out the ‘Time Lord Victorious’ event that’s happening from 2020-21 with books, audios and comic tales. Continue reading

Week 1 – ‘The Nyssa Challenge’ UPDATED

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And welcome to ‘The Nyssa Challenge’ mini-review season for 2020. This year hasn’t been kind to us with the Covid-19 pandemic going on – please keep safe. But that won’t stop me sharing my thoughts and feelings about the latest Nyssa ‘Doctor Who’ stories I’ve seen, read and heard recently. This review season will take place from the Christmas period of 2020 leading into the New Year of 2021. Most of the stories reviewed will be short story collections and Big Finish audios. Continue reading

‘The Stranger’ review – ‘Eye of the Beholder’

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‘The Stranger’ series from BBV concludes today as we look into the seventh episode on video. It’s ‘Eye of the Beholder’ and it stars Colin Baker as the Stranger, David Troughton as Egan and John Wadmore as Saul. The episode is by Nicholas Briggs and is produced and directed by Bill Baggs. Continue reading

CD Reviews – ‘The Doctor Who Audio Annual’

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As part of ‘The Nyssa Challenge’ today, I’ve added my reviews on the rest of ‘The Doctor Who Audio Annual’. This includes stories from various ‘Doctor Who Annuals’ read by various ‘Doctor Who’ actors. These include Peter Purves, Anneke Wills, Geoffrey Beevers, Matthew Waterhouse and Nicola Bryant. Continue reading

Season 10 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Jon Pertwee on Blu-ray #3

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We begin the ‘Dalek War’ saga in Season 10 of ‘Doctor Who’. Today it’s the six-part adventure ‘Frontier In Space’, starring Jon Pertwee as the Doctor and Katy Manning as Jo Grant. The Doctor and Jo have to stop Roger Delgado as the Master and the Ogrons provoking a war between Earth and Draconia. Continue reading

Convention Report – ‘Film & Comic Con Glasgow 2019’

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I had a fantastic time last weekend at the ‘Film & Comic Con Glasgow 2019’ at the Braehead Arena. This was a two-day event from Saturday the 17th to Sunday the 18th of August. I saw my favourite ‘Doctor Who’ stars at the comic con – Sarah Sutton (who played Nyssa with Peter Davison), Sophie Aldred (who played Ace with Sylvester McCoy) and Katy Manning (who played Jo with Jon Pertwee). Continue reading

Season 18 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Tom Baker on Blu-ray #6

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Here we are on the highlight of Season 18 of ‘Doctor Who’ on Blu-ray for me! Today it’s time for my updated review on ‘The Keeper of Traken’, the sixth story of the season. The story features Tom Baker as the Doctor, Matthew Waterhouse as Adric and the debut of Sarah Sutton as Nyssa of Traken. Continue reading