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Back in December 2015, I had the movie ‘Paddington’ on DVD for Christmas from my parents! I enjoyed that lovely children’s film about a polite little bear so much that I hoped there would be a sequel on the way! Thankfully there was and I’ve now seen it! ‘Paddington 2’ was worth waiting for! Continue reading →
Well, we’ve finally come to the end of Series 10 of ‘Doctor Who’! I’ve enjoyed watching Series 10 with Peter Capaldi, Pearl Mackie and Matt Lucas on TV and I enjoyed reviewing the episodes on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. I hope you’ve enjoyed my reviews too. It’s so amazing how time has flown by!
I’m afraid I missed seeing this episode on its original transmission on BBC One yesterday. But thankfully I was able to catch up with this episode on BBC iPlayer via my tablet. This is where the two-part finale by Steven Moffat for Series 10 of ‘Doctor Who’ begins! I was looking forward to this! Continue reading →
I enjoyed watching ‘The Eaters of Light’ on TV! This ‘Doctor Who’ episode is by Rona Munro! Wait a minute! Rona Munro?! I’ve heard that name before! Oh yes! Rona wrote the last classic series ‘Doctor Who’ story called ‘Survival’ in 1989, with Sylvester McCoy’s Doctor and Sophie Aldred’s Ace.
So is there an episode of Series 10 (so far) in ‘Doctor Who’ that I would consider to be one of my favourites, even if the episode is not a classic by any means? Well actually, yes there is! This one: ‘Empress of Mars’ by Mark Gattis! I honestly enjoyed this ‘Doctor Who’ episode when I saw it on TV. Continue reading →
I wanted to salvage something from seeing what is called ‘The Monks Trilogy’ in the final episode, ‘The Lie of the Land’, by Toby Whithouse. And do you know what? Thank goodness I did, because I really enjoyed watching ‘The Lie of the Land’, as it is a fitting end to this trilogy of stories in Series 10! Continue reading →