DVD review – ‘We’re Doomed! The Dad’s Army Story’

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After all these years since I saw it in on TV December 2015…and again on DVD in August 2016…and again on a TV repeat in December 2016, I’ve done a full-detailed review of ‘We’re Doomed! The Dad’s Army Story’! This is the docu-drama detailing how Jimmy Perry and David Croft made the ‘Dad’s Army’ TV series. Continue reading

Celebrating 55 Years of ‘Doctor Who’ #War

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

It’s now time to look into an area of ‘Doctor Who’ that I don’t usually look into very often on my blog. I’m not really a big fan of this particular incarnation of the Doctor despite him being well-played by John Hurt. But since it’s the 55th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’, I decided to tackle this particular era full-on. Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ reviews – ‘The Locum Doctors Trilogy’

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Here on ‘Bradley’s Basement’, I’ve posted my three CD reviews on ‘The Locum Doctors Trilogy’. These are three Big Finish audio stories of ‘Doctor Who’ with Sylvester McCoy; Colin Baker and Peter Davison’s Doctors and their past companions.  Right Places, Right Times…Wrong Doctors! Continue reading

CD review – ‘The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure’ (Doctor Who)

the sixth doctor the last adventure

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Today, my ‘Doctor Who’ review on ‘The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure’ with Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor is now online!

This is a four episode story featuring the Sixth Doctos and how he comes to the end of his life when he faces against the Valeyard and regenerates into the Seventh Doctor! It’s a really exciting box set of four stories and shows Colin Baker at his best in his final adventure as the Sixth Doctor by Big Finish! 🙂 Continue reading

TV Review – ‘We’re Doomed! The Dad’s Army Story’

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Last Tuesday evening on the 22nd of December 2015, I watched ‘We’re Doomed! The Dad’s Army Story’. This is the behind-the-scenes story of how writers Jimmy Perry and David Croft worked together against the odds to make a BBC sitcom series about the Home Guard during World War II. Continue reading