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‘The Brittas Empire’ – Series 3 REVIEWED

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The lockdown in the UK is easing, but still please keep safe! Thankfully, I’m still keeping busy with my blog and I’ve added my latest reviews on Series 3 of the BBC comedy TV series called ‘The Brittas Empire’. I’ve enjoyed watching and reviewing the six episodes of Series 3 and I’m looking forward to reviewing Series 4 next. Continue reading

Quick DVD Review – ‘The Demon Headmaster’

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Remember the film ‘Matilda’, based on the book by Roald Dahl, where it featured our title heroine in a school run by a bullying headmistress called the Trunchbull? Well, what if there was a TV series that featured a school with an evil headmaster and a group of kids battled to thwart his pretty evil schemes? Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The Beast Below’

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It’s time for the second episode of the Matt Smith era of ‘Doctor Who’. In this episode, the Doctor and Amy visit the Starship UK in the future and face ‘The Beast Below’. This episode also features Sophie Okonedo as Liz 10 as well as scary Smilers and a giant whale that has the starship on its back. 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

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