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TV Series Review – ‘Grantchester’ (Series 7)

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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For the past six weeks, my parents and I have enjoyed Series 7 of ‘Grantchester’ on Britbox! 🙂 I’m glad we were able to see these episodes after they were transmitted on ITV1 on Fridays. My parents and I checked out the six episodes on Britbox on a Saturday and a Sunday for the past six weekends. Continue reading

Blu-ray review – ‘Flux’ (Doctor Who)

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After seeing Jodie Whittaker and Mandip Gill at the ‘London Comic Con Spring 2022’ recently, it’s only fair that I share my complete review on the six-part story that is Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’ called ‘Flux’. Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’ stars Jodie Whittaker, Mandip Gill and John Bishop with Jacob Anderson, Kevin McNally, Annabel Scholey, Sara Powell, Craige Els, Barbara Flynn, Sam Spruell, Rochenda Sandall and Craig Parkinson. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Flux – Chapter Six: The Vanquishers’ (Doctor Who)

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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And here we are on the final episode of ‘Flux’/Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’! These past six weeks have gone by pretty quickly, haven’t they? I’ve enjoyed Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’ lately. I’ve enjoyed each instalment of the six-part story called ‘Flux’ with Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor, Yaz and Dan. 🙂 Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Flux – Chapter Five: Survivors of the Flux’ (Doctor Who)

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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And we’re on the fifth and penultimate episode of ‘Flux’, the six-part story that is essentially Series 13 of ‘Doctor Who’. I’ve enjoyed this third season of ‘Doctor Who’ with Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor, and it’s fair to say that each episode has indeed been compelling non-stop so far. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 6, Episode 2

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I’ve seen Series 6, Episode 2 of ‘Grantchester’! I enjoyed the episode very much and found it compelling. I especially liked the Wisdom of Solomon story given at the end by Tom Brittney as Will Davenport since it’s very fitting for what goes on in the episode. I am worried about Leonard though. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 5, Episode 6

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(sighs) Okay, let’s get this over with. It’s time for Series 5, Episode 6 of ‘Grantchester’. Let me tell you, I was hoping for a great climax to this season of ‘Grantchester’. After the build-up to what had been going on in the first five episodes, I was hoping for a good pay-off to all the characters I’d seen. Continue reading

CD Review – ‘The Legacy of Time’ (Doctor Who)

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I’ve done it! At last! I’ve reviewed ‘The Legacy of Time’, the epic six-linked-episode story to celebrate 20 years of ‘Doctor Who’ @ Big Finish. This was a challenge to review, but I’m happy I reviewed all six episodes of this epic adventure. It stars Paul McGann, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and many more from the worlds of ‘Doctor Who’. Continue reading

DVD review – ‘Love & Friendship’

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Here I am again with another review on a film adaptation from ‘The World of Jane Austen’! Today, I’ve added my review on ‘Love & Friendship’! This film is based on the novella by Jane Austen called ‘Lady Susan’. It was released in 2016 and was written, produced and directed by filmmaker Whit Stillman. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 5, Episode 2

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I enjoyed watching Series 5, Episode 2 of ‘Grantchester’ last night. It was another enjoyable episode that combined both character drama as well as a murder mystery. It’s interesting how ‘Grantchester’ does that in one hour of TV compared to other murder mysteries that have 2 hours to tell the story. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 5, Episode 1

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‘Grantchester’ is back! I found this out when looking in the ‘Radio Times’! My parents and I had to watch Series 5 this year after enjoying Series 4 last year. This time, we watched the first episode via ITV1 on Friday at 9pm instead of on ITV Hub. Hopefully we’ll continue this for the rest of the season. Continue reading