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Seasons 10, 12, 18 and 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ on Blu-ray with Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker and Peter Davison

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At the time of this blog post, I’m currently checking out the Season 24 Blu-ray box set of ‘Doctor Who’ with Sylvester McCoy. I’m looking forward to sharing updated reviews on ‘Time and the Rani’, ‘Paradise Towers’, ‘Delta and the Bannermen’ and ‘Dragonfire’ sometime soon on my blog. Stay tuned for news! Continue reading

Revisiting Seasons 18 and 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ on Blu-ray with Tom Baker and Peter Davison

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DVD Reviews – ‘Agatha Christie Murder Mystery DVD Collection’

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Many of you Agatha Christie fans will be anticipating the upcoming film adaptation of ‘Death on the Nile’ by Kenneth Branagh. Before that time comes, here are four reviews on four film adaptations of Agatha Christie’s books from producers John Brabourne and Richard Goodwin to enjoy. Continue reading

Season 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Peter Davison on Blu-ray #7

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

We’re now on the season finale for Season 19 of ‘Doctor Who’! And it’s probably one of the despised stories of the ‘Doctor Who’ TV series as well as the Peter Davison era. But me personally, I quite like this story. It’s time for the seventh story of Season 19 called ‘Time-Flight’ with the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Tegan. Continue reading

Quick ‘Time-Flight’ Notes

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Here’s another few quick notes on my blog. Continue reading

New Page and Reviews – ‘The World of Charles Dickens’

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I’ve added a brand-new page to my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog!

This is ‘The World of Charles Dickens’ page! This is where I will post reviews related to the works of Charles Dickens, including DVD reviews on the TV and film adaptations of his novels. This will include ‘The Pickwick Papers’; ‘Oliver Twist’; ‘A Christmas Carol’; ‘Martin Chuzzlewit’; ‘David Copperfield’; ‘A Tale of Two Cities’; ‘Great Expectations’ and ‘Our Mutual Friend’. Continue reading