Doctor Who: Ravenous 1 review

What’s not to like? John Dorney and Matt Fitton combine to give us four stories in the Eighth Doctor and Liv Chenka’s search for Helen Sinclair. Will The Eleven still be around, and just what is the Kandy Man up to? My thoughts over on CultBox: Doctor Who: Ravenous 1 review. *** Message Ends ***

Notes on Gallifrey Time War

In Gallifrey: Time War, Big Finish has spun lots of plates to bring various elements of its Gallifrey continuity into line, ready to connect to the various Time War stories also coming out (mainly those of the Eighth Doctor). In this set of four stories, David Llewelyn, Tim Foley, Scott Handcock and Matt Fitton get to line…

Fifth Doctor sale recommendation

This week (13-19 April, 2018) there’s special offers on several Fifth Doctor titles from Big Finish. Full details are: FIFTH DOCTOR SPECIAL OFFERS. There’s a lot of good titles, and the news piece is pushing Iterations of I from the Fifth Doctor Boxset. I rather like Paul Magr’s Lady of Mercia and Eddie Robson’s Fanfare for the Common Men. There are other titles…

Short Trips: The Turn of the Screw review

The March 2018 Big Finish Doctor Who: Short Trips was The Turn of the Screw by Eddie Robson. It’s read by Yee Jee Tso, reprising UNIT office Charlie Sato. This story brings Charlie into contact with the Eighth Doctor, a nice touch given Yee Jee Tso\s part in Doctor Who: the Movie. Is this story any good? Let’s find out…

Mission Improbable review

It’s a welcome return to the Doctor Who Subscriber Short Trips for Chris Wing (who wrote Bletchington Station). Free with Serpent in the Silver Mask is Mission Improbable, a Sixth Doctor and Evelyn Smythe adventure, read (with his usual style) by Stephen Critchlow.

Torchwood Easter 2018 sale

If the latest 99 for 99p sale isn’t enough to tempt, why not take a look at Torchwood if you’ve not before? Details are: TORCHWOOD EASTER OFFERS, and include the first twelve releases and the earliest specials. There’s a lot of very good titles to choose from, but if budget is tight, why not pick one release for each…