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‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘Rosa’

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Here we are on one of the best episodes in Series 11 of ‘Doctor Who’. This is ‘Rosa’ by Malorie Blackman and Chris Chibnall and it’s where Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz meet Rosa Parks in 1950s Alabama. Will the Doctor and her friends preserve the course of history with Rose Parks’ timeline? 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

Convention Report – ‘London Comic Con Spring’

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I’ve had the first of two exciting weekends this month in March. Last weekend, I attended the ‘London Comic Con Spring’ held at the Olympia in London. I had a great time, enjoying seeing my favourite ‘Doctor Who’ stars, including my best friend Sarah Sutton who plays Nyssa in the TV show. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Rosa’ (Doctor Who)

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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

I was away last weekend, so I didn’t get a chance to watch the latest ‘Doctor Who’ episode on TV on Sunday evening. But thankfully my parents and I caught up on watching the episode the following day via BBC iPlayer. And what an amazing episode I’ve seen recently since it is now time for history! Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ CD reviews – ‘Stories’ and ‘Amsterdam’

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I’d like to share a few brief thoughts on what I make on the latest main range ‘Doctor Who’ audio CDs from Big Finish. These are ‘You Are The Doctor and Other Stories’ with Sylvester McCoy and ‘The Waters of Amsterdam’ with Peter Davison. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed listening to these two CDs! Continue reading