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CD review – ‘The Behemoth’ (Doctor Who)

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We continue the ‘Doctor Who’ audio adventures of the Sixth Doctor, Constance and Flip by Big Finish today by looking at ‘The Behemoth’. This is a four-part adventure by Marc Platt and directed by Jamie Anderson, starring Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor, Miranda Raison as Constance and Lisa Greenwood as Flip. Continue reading

CD review – ‘Quicksilver’ (Doctor Who)

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It’s time for another Sixth Doctor/Constance audio adventure of ‘Doctor Who’ by Big Finish, except this time they’re joined by Flip, who previously appeared in ‘Scavenger’. ‘Quicksilver’ is a four-part adventure by Matt Fitton and directed by Jamie Anderson, starring Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor, Miranda Raison as Constance and Lisa Greenwood as Flip. Continue reading

CD review – ‘Absolute Power’ (Doctor Who)

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We continue the Sixth Doctor and Constance audio adventures of ‘Doctor Who’ by Big Finish by taking a look at ‘Absolute Power’! This audio adventure is written and directed by Jamie Anderson, the son of ‘Thunderbirds’ creator Gerry Anderson and it stars Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor and Miranda Raison as Constance Clarke. 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

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘Daleks In Manhattan’/’Evolution of the Daleks’

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This is a two-part Dalek story where the Doctor and Martha visit 1930s New York during the Great Depression, a Dalek-human hybrid gets created in the form of Dalek Sec, there are pig slaves of the Daleks and a young Andrew Garfield before he became ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’! What more can you ask? 😀 Continue reading

Series 3 of ‘Doctor Who’ with David Tennant

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All my DVD reviews on Series 3 of new ‘Doctor Who’ are now on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. This includes reviews on the 2006 Christmas Special, ‘The Runaway Bride’, as well as the thirteen episodes from Series 3. This series stars David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor and Freema Agyeman as Martha Jones. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ (2017)

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I’ve seen the 2017 film adaptation of ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ by Agatha Christie! And it was very good! I found myself enjoying this film. It felt like a traditional murder mystery without the need to add sensational moments; gory violence and sex scenes that I’ve seen in other adaptations. Continue reading

Season 17-styled stories of ‘Doctor Who’

 

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Do you like the Douglas Adams era of ‘Doctor Who’?

Well, here are some reviews by me on some ‘Doctor Who’ stories in the style of Douglas Adams from Season 17. These stories are by two distinguished ‘Doctor Who’ writers – Jonathan Morris and Gareth Roberts. Both have contributed to the Douglas Adams era of the series via books and audio! Continue reading

More Klein stories with the Seventh Doctor

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Today on ‘Bradley’s Basement’, I’ve posted some new ‘Doctor Who’ reviews on some more Klein stories, starring Sylvester McCoy and Tracey Childs. They’re on the epic story ‘U.N.I.T: Dominion’ and on the second Klein trilogy by Big Finish with Christian Edwards as Will Arrowsmith. Continue reading

Novel Adaptations with the Fourth Doctor and the Seventh Doctor

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In the wake of the latest ‘Novel Adaptations’ by Big Finish including ‘Original Sin’ and ‘Cold Fusion’, I’ve added my ‘Doctor Who’ reviews on the two volumes of ‘Novel Adaptations’ on ‘Bradley’s Basement’! Continue reading