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TV Review – ‘Revolution of the Daleks’ (Doctor Who)

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Well, after what we’ve been through with a hellish year in 2020, it seems very fitting for me to say…it’s great to have ‘Doctor Who’ back! I’ve missed the TV show very much. TARDIS; time-travel; space and time; Daleks; the Doctor; her three companions, Captain Jack returning! That’s what I’ve missed. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Can You Hear Me?’ (Doctor Who)

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Well, if I found ‘Praxeus’ a disappointment the previous week, ‘Can You Hear Me?’ by Charlene James and Chris Chibnall was a big improvement. Yeah, there are some issues with some story points I was confused by, but overall this was a good outing. I found myself pretty gripped throughout this episode. Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘It Takes You Away’

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Here we are on the penultimate episode of Series 11 in ‘Doctor Who’. This is ‘It Takes You Away’ by Ed Hime. The Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz visit a Norwegian fjord where they meet a blind girl and discover a portal leading into another dimension similar to our own. Will our friends escape from this world they’re in? Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘Arachnids In The UK’

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It’s the fourth episode of Series 11 in ‘Doctor Who’ and Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor returns her friends Graham, Ryan and Yaz back home to Sheffield on Earth. We get to met Yaz’s family but all is not well as giant spiders invade the city. This all connects to a hotel run by Chris Roth as the arrogant Mr. Robertson. Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The Woman Who Fell To Earth’

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It’s time to begin the Thirteenth Doctor era of ‘Doctor Who’ with Jodie Whittaker! Series 11 begins with ‘The Woman Who Fell To Earth’ by Chris Chibnall. The newly regenerated female Doctor crashes onto Earth where she meets Bradley Walsh as Graham, Tosin Cole as Ryan and Mandip Gill as Yasmin for the first time. Continue reading

Series 11 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Jodie Whittaker

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Whilst we wait for ‘Doctor Who’ to return in 2020 on TV, I’ve posted my Blu-ray reviews on Series 11 with Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill today! This is the first season of Jodie Whittaker’s era of ‘Doctor Who’ as well as showrunner Chris Chibnall’s which was shown in 2018. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘It Takes You Away’ (Doctor Who)

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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

It’s the penultimate episode of Series 11 of ‘Doctor Who’! I’m sad this season is coming to an end! I’ve enjoyed Series 11 this year! This ‘Doctor Who’ season has been pretty good so far and I’ve enjoyed the character journeys of the Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz. I hope it will be good in the season finale! Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Arachnids In The UK’ (Doctor Who)

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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

I’ve now seen the fourth episode of Series 11 of ‘Doctor Who’ called ‘Arachnids In The UK’ by Chris Chibnall. I enjoyed the episode very much. I watched the episode on BBC iPlayer with my parents. I’d be lying though if I said the episode did not have any flaws. This especially concerns the tale’s climax. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘The Woman Who Fell To Earth’ (Doctor Who)

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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

‘Doctor Who’ has returned to TV screens with Jodie Whittaker!!!

I’ve been looking forward to watching Series 11 of ‘Doctor Who’, starting Sunday the 7th of October 2018. Unfortunately, I didn’t see ‘The Woman Who Fell To Earth’ on TV screens at 6:45pm as I had other commitments that evening. But I managed to catch-up on the first TV episode via BBC iPlayer. Continue reading