Book Reviews – ‘The Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who’

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

We continue this year’s ‘Nyssa Challenge’ mini review season by looking into another collection of ‘Doctor Who’ short stories. Today, we look at ‘The Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who’. This is a collection of 15 short stories as well as 15 essays looking into the scientific aspects of the ‘Doctor Who’ TV series. Continue reading

CD review – ‘100’ (Doctor Who)

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My ‘Doctor Who’ CD review of ‘100’ is now on ‘Bradley’s Basement’! This is the second exciting Big Finish audio CD release containing four single episode stories. It also celebrated 100 releases of ‘Doctor Who’ CDs by Big Finish at the time in 2007! The CD stars Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor and Maggie Stables as Evelyn. Continue reading

Book Review – ‘EarthWorld’ (Doctor Who)

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Today I’ve added my book review on the ‘Doctor Who’ story, ‘EarthWorld’! This is an Eighth Doctor adventure in book form and was chosen for the 50th anniversary collection of ‘Doctor Who’ books to represent the Eighth Doctor era! The story features the Eighth Doctor, Fitz Kreiner and Anji Kapoor. Continue reading

CD review – ‘Love and War’ (Doctor Who)

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Today, I’ve posted my ‘Doctor Who’ review on the Seventh Doctor audio adventure called ‘Love and War’ on ‘Bradley’s Basement’Love and War’ features Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor with Sophie Aldred as Ace and Lisa Bowerman as Bernice Summerfield. It also features James Redmond and Bernard Holley. Continue reading

Book Review – ‘Short Trips: Companions’ (Doctor Who)

Short Trips Companions

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As part of ‘The Nyssa Challenge’ this week, my review on the short stories collection ‘Short Trips: Companions’ is now online. This includes seventeen short stories focusing on the companions of ‘Doctor Who’. Continue reading