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CD Review – ‘Donna Noble: Kidnapped!’

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Today, I’ve reviewed ‘Donna Noble: Kidnapped!’, an audio spin-off from new series ‘Doctor Who’ by Big Finish. It stars Catherine Tate, Jacqueline King and Niky Wardley. This has been a fun four-episode spin-off series to listen to, set between ‘Silence In The Library’/’Forest of the Dead’ and ‘Midnight’. Continue reading

Quick TV Episode Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 1, Episode 3

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I’ve seen the third episode of Series 1 of ‘Grantchester’ this week. I’m really getting into these early ‘Grantchester’ episodes and I’m enjoying them every Wednesday. I recognised some faces in this episode. There was even one face I thought I recognised but it wasn’t actually who I was thinking of. 😀 Continue reading

Christmas DVD Review – ‘The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries’

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This is what I got my Mum for Christmas in 2019. I got her the complete series of ‘The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries’ starring Diana Rigg of ‘The Avengers’ fame and Neil Dudgeon. My parents and I enjoyed this crime investigation drama series set in the 1920s. It had good old-fashioned murder mysteries. 🙂 Continue reading

CD reviews – ‘Exotron & Urban Myths’ (Doctor Who)

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Time for another set of random reviews from my old Amazon.co.uk days to be put onto my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog. Today however, we have two stories from one audio CD. I’ve added my two ‘Doctor Who’ reviews on the two audio stories from the Big Finish CD that are called ‘Exotron & Urban Myths’. Continue reading

‘Kamelion Tales’ – ‘Doctor Who’ DVD Reviews

 

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Today, I’ve posted my DVD reviews on the two ‘Doctor Who’ stories from the ‘Kamelion Tales’ DVD box set! These stories star Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor with Janet Fielding as Tegan, Mark Strickson as Turlough, Nicola Bryant as Peri and Anthony Ainley as the Master! Continue reading