Pencil Tip Publishing has made Sarah Jane Smith: Roving Reporter available to order. It includes short stories by Paul Magrs, Rob Nisbet and one Tony Jones! You can read more here. === Message Ends ===
Back in the day (January) a group of Doctor Who Companion writers pooled their thoughts on Revolution of the Daleks. Curiously, I wrote my review before seeing the show, just as an experiment. I wasn’t far off; that tells me something about the show / my power of prediction / prejudging reviews / the meaning…
While I felt Stranded 1 had potential but wasn’t innovative enough in its storytellling, I felt Stranded 2 worked a lot better. It’s more conventional Doctor Who and felt more coherent, though still had some flaws. You can read my thoughts on Cultbox: Doctor Who: Stranded 2 audio drama review. <<| Message Ends |>>
Thanks to Candy Jar Books, Philip Bates has made available a free download of 10 Objects of Dr Who. It’s on The Doctor Who Companion, and is a sampler for 100 Objects of Dr Who. +++ Message Ends +++
Only two more weeks of Big Finish #lockdownloads, and this week (22 Mar 2021) it’s time for The Doctor’s Daughter. Yes, a free Jenny story. Full details after the break.
Pencil Tip Publishing has revealed the cover for soon to be published Sarah Jane Smith Roving Reporter. My story, In Memoriam was written some years ago now and I’m looking forward to seeing it in print (and remembering what it was about!). I believe it will be available to order in April. I’ll keep you…
It’s not quite Doctor Who, but it may well be of interest. It’s PROBE. The PROBE series originated in the 1990s as a film series by BBV Productions starring Caroline John as Liz Shaw. Liz headed the Preternatural Research Bureau, a government department who deal with cases of the strange and unnatural.
It’s almost time for the final ever Doctor Who main range title to be released, so what better way to mark the occasion than revisiting the very first story Sirens of Time? Full details of this week’s Big Finish give-away follow…
There’s a new release from Obverse Books you might well want to add to your collection — Radiophonic Times by Peter Howell. The full press release is below, or just follow the link!
Big Finish has announced details for its forthcoming War Doctor origins series. There’s plenty to look forward to, and the full press release is below.
I reviewed Doctor Who: The Blazing Hour for CultBox. For me, it had its moments, but failed to score highly for reasons I cover in the review. You can read my thoughts here: Doctor Who audio drama The Blazing Hour review. +++ Message Ends +++
If you’re always keen to get CDs rather than download only, and want to catch titles before they go out of print and out of stock in the warehouse, Big Finish has your back. There’s going to be updates produced every three months to help you out. Details below:
Big Finish is pulling out all the stops with two free giveaways for one week only as part of their commitment to supporting fans during lockdown. It’s the Sixth Doctor and Seventh Doctor plus some sale opportunities. Full details follow.