World Enough and Time review

So, part one of the season finalé, the return of John Simms, that moment, that other moment and really a hell of a lot to chew over. Widely lauded as among the best of all ten series of modern Doctor Who, arguably so too, it was damn fine even though (you know me so well) I…

The Horror of Hy-Brasil reviewed

The June 2017 Subscriber Short Trips story is The Horror of Hy-Brasil, written by sound engineer Russell McGee. It’s a cracking Second Doctor,Jamie and Zoe story, and well worth a listen. I was in studio when it was recorded, and it made an impression that has stayed with me. It’s free to main range subscribers whose subscription included Shadow Planet…

Thoughts ahead of World Enough and Time

So, the finale of Peter Capaldi’s final season begins with World Enough and Time, and we have a couple of short preview clips to tease apart. In a story with a massive spaceship trapped orbiting a black hole, Mondas and its cybermen and Missy having a chance at redemption, this episode is doomed to be known for…

Shadow Planet World Apart review on Cultbox

I penned some thoughts on the June main range dual release Shadow Planet / World Apart for CutBox: Big Finish Doctor Who Shadow Planet/World Apart review. It’s an interesting and very different pair of stories from AK Benedict (Shadow Planet) and Scott Handcock (World Apart). The Seventh Doctor, Ace and Hex have plenty to do in these two…

The Eaters of Light reviewed

Time to talk last evening’s Twelfth Doctor story The Eaters of Light. Twitter length review: rather splendid with only minor gripes. You want a bit more? Well, I’ll give you more, but be warned, it’s going to be pretty positive stuff! I give away a lot of the story, but not every twist. I hope you have…