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Audiobook Review – ‘The Stuff of Life’ (Star Cops)

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The ‘Star Cops’ have returned! In these times of uncertainty – please keep safe – I’ve had a chance to catch-up on some Big Finish audios I’ve recently purchased. This includes the latest ‘Star Cops’ audios including ‘The Stuff of Life’ audiobook and the two ‘Mars’ box sets, which I’ve purchased as downloads. Continue reading

‘The Darksmith Legacy’ review – ‘The Art of War’

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Welcome to the ninth and penultimate book of ‘The Darksmith Legacy’ series of ‘Doctor Who’! It’s time for ‘The Art of War’ by Mike Tucker, featuring the Tenth Doctor, who has to stop the Darksmiths from handing over the Eternity Crystal to the cyborg-like Krashoks. Will the Doctor be able to save his friend Gisella too? Continue reading

March of the Thirteenth Doctor #27

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We come now to a ‘Doctor Who’ book by Sophie Aldred herself (along with Mike Tucker and Steve Cole). Today, we’re checking out ‘At Childhood’s End’ featuring Ace after her travels with the Seventh Doctor ended and where she runs A Charitable Earth. She also gets to meet the Thirteenth Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz here. Continue reading

CD review – ‘Order of the Daleks’ (Doctor Who)

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It’s time to go back to some ‘Doctor Who’ audio dramas by Big Finish featuring Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor and Miranda Raison as Constance Clarke. The first story we’re taking a look at this week is ‘Order of the Daleks’, a four-part adventure by Mike Tucker, who’s written quite a number of ‘Doctor Who’ stories over the years. Continue reading

Book Reviews – ‘The Target Storybook’ (Doctor Who)

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This year’s ‘Nyssa Challenge’ mini-review season continues as we look into ‘The Target Storybook’ of ‘Doctor Who’. This is a collection of 15 short stories, which are ‘thrilling new adventures’ by writers and actors from the hit BBC TV series. This was a very fascinating and enjoyable collection of ‘Doctor Who’ short stories to read through. Continue reading

Book/Audio Review – ‘At Childhood’s End’ (Doctor Who)

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Whilst we’re currently in lockdown because of the coronavirus – please keep safe – I’ve enjoyed reading/hearing the latest ‘Doctor Who’ book by Sophie Aldred called ‘At Childhood’s End’. This ‘Doctor Who’ adventure features Ace meeting the Thirteenth Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz for the first time. Continue reading

Celebrating 55 Years of ‘Doctor Who’ #12

  

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It’s time to look into the Twelfth Doctor era of ‘Doctor Who’ as we celebrate the series’ 55th anniversary in 2018. The Twelfth Doctor era features Peter Capaldi as an older Doctor in the new series of ‘Doctor Who’, alongside companions like Clara, Bill and Nardole. The era was mixed at best. Continue reading

Convention Report – ‘The Capitol II’

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Last weekend, I had a lovely and an exciting time attending a ‘Doctor Who’ convention at the Arora Hotel in Gatwick. I attended ‘The Capitol II’ two-day convention, run by the ‘Doctor Who Appreciation Society’ (DWAS). It was the first time I attended a ‘Doctor Who’ convention by DWAS! Continue reading

2015 Trilogy with the Seventh Doctor and Mel reviewed on ‘Bradley’s Basement’

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Here on ‘Bradley’s Basement’, I’ve added my three CD reviews on the 2015 trilogy featuring the Seventh Doctor and Mel. The trilogy stars Sylvester McCoy as the Doctor and Bonnie Langford as Mel. Continue reading

Three ‘Doctor Who’ reviews with the Seventh Doctor and Ace

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Here on ‘Bradley’s Basement’, I’ve posted three new reviews on three Big Finish audios of ‘Doctor Who’ with Sylvester McCoy as the Doctor and Sophie Aldred as Ace. Continue reading