‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The Wedding of River Song’

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This is the season finale of Series 6 in ‘Doctor Who’. It’s a story that should’ve been a two-parter with everything crammed in at the end. It features the return of River Song as well as the Silence. Can the Doctor stop time collapsing with the world now seemingly jumbled up with many time zones? Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The Pandorica Opens’/’The Big Bang’

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It’s the two-part season finale of Series 5 of ‘Doctor Who’ today! In this story by Steven Moffat, Matt Smith as the Doctor and Karen Gillan as Amy Pond reunite with Alex Kingston as River Song and Arthur Darvill as Rory Williams. They witness the opening of the Pandorica as well as the Big Bang itself in this. Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘Victory of the Daleks’

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Here is the first ‘Doctor Who’ episode with Matt Smith’s Doctor where he meets the Daleks for the first time. And it was a disappointing Dalek episode for me at the time. However this episode does feature Ian McNeice as Winston Churchill who summons the Doctor to show him his new Ironsides. Continue reading

Book Review – ‘Players’ (Doctor Who)

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Today I’ve added my book review on the ‘Doctor Who’ story, ‘Players’! This is a Sixth Doctor adventure in book form and was chosen for the 50th anniversary collection of ‘Doctor Who’ books to represent the Sixth Doctor era! The story features the Sixth Doctor and Peri Brown as well as the Second Doctor and Winston Churchill! 🙂 Continue reading

Series 5 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Matt Smith

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All my DVD reviews on Series 5 of new ‘Doctor Who’ are now on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. This includes the thirteen episodes from Series 5 and it stars Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor and Karen Gillan as Amy Pond with Arthur Darvill as Rory Williams and Alex Kingston as River Song. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Darkest Hour’

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Yesterday, I saw the latest well-praised movie about Winston Churchill called ‘Darkest Hour’. My parents and I heard good things about this movie, so we went along to see it. It was well worth watching at the cinema, since Gary Oldman delivers a brilliant performance as Mr. Winston Churchill. Continue reading

Prisoner Zero, Smilers, Winders and Daleks with Matt Smith

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At last, I’ve finally reviewed the first three episodes of Matt Smith’s era of ‘Doctor Who’. Today, I’ve added my DVD reviews on the first three stories from Series 5 on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. These stories star Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor and Karen Gillan as Amy Pond with Arthur Darvill as Rory Williams. Continue reading

New ‘Doctor Who’ Timelines for March 2017

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I’ve added some more ‘Doctor Who Timelines’ to my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog for March 2016. These new timelines are for three companions; four monsters and one ally in ‘Doctor Who’! Please feel free to check out these new timelines! Continue reading

Convention Report – ‘Worcester Comic Con 2016’

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I’ve come back from attending the ‘Worcester Comic Con’ last weekend on Sunday the 21st of August 2016! I’ve had a great time seeing Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton at the convention, as well as seeing many other stars in ‘Doctor Who’. Here are some of the highlights of the convention for me. Continue reading

Holiday Report – Blenheim Palace, Woodstock (February 2016)

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I’ve had a nice weekend at the end of February! I was with my parents when we went to Woodstock, outside of Oxford. We spent two days on Saturday 27th to Sunday 28th of February, going to; having a look around and enjoying the sites of Blenheim Palace. This was where Winston Churchill was born. Continue reading