Fourth Doctor: The Eternal Battle review

I reviewed the Fourth Doctor Adventure: The Eternal Battle for Cultbox. It’s a great Fourth Doctor / Leela / K9 story with Sontarans and writers Cavan Scott and Mark Wright have delivered an excellent hours entertainment. The review is part of the monthly round-up I produce with Ian McArdell: Big Finish’s latest ‘Doctor Who’ audio stories reviewed: February 2017…

Beast of Kravenos review on Cultbox

I shared some thoughts on the Justin Richards Fourth Doctor story The Beast of Kravenos over on Cultbox. It stars Tom Baker as the Doctor, Lalla Ward as Romana II, John Leeson as K9 as well as Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter as Messrs Jago and Litefoot! Conrad Asquith sneaks in as Inspector Quick. With a full…

Philip Hinchcliffe The Genesis Chamber review

With a full title of Philip Hinchcliffe Presents Volume 02: The Genesis Chamber, this is another three-disc outing for the Fourth Doctor and Leela. Adapted by Marc Platt, it’s a mix of drama, romance and the odd moment of horror. If you haven’t heard it, I recommend it. Why? Let’s find out…

Pursuit of History review on Cultbox

I reviewed the Fourth Doctor story Pursuit of History for Cultbox as part of the July roundup with Ian McArdell. David Warner, Toby Hadoke and David Troughton, not to mention Tom Baker and Lalla Ward with John Leeson as K9. What’s not to like in Nick Briggs’s first part of the season close for the current Fourth Doctor Adventures?…

Trouble with Drax: Cultbox review

My review of John Dorney’s The Trouble with Drax is now up on Cultbox as part of the regular round-up I produce with Ian McArdell. This is one of two rather excellent John Dorney tales this month and is a wonderful Fourth Doctor Adventure with a substantial appearance by fellow time lord Drax. The review is: Big Finish’s ‘Doctor…

Gallery of Ghouls review on CultBox

My review for the Fourth Doctor adventure Gallery of Ghouls by Alan Barnes is now live on CultBox. It is part of the May 2016 monthly round-up. The story features Romana and Madame Tissot (Celia Imrie). It is also set in Brighton (something of a favourite for the Doctor). — Message Ends —