I reviewed the latest Diary of River Song, series 7 for CultBox. I have to say it was a strong set of stories and refreshing not to have the focus on intersecting with every incarnation of the Doctor. My review is: The Diary of River Song series 7 audio review. >>> Message Ends <<<
It’s a one-off rather than a regular occurrence, but there can only be so many mysteries to go round even in Victorian London! As part of Paternoster Gang: Heritage 4, Henry Gordon Jago will be helping Mme Vastra, Jenny and Strax! It’s also a Christmas story!
John Simm will be making his Big Finish debut as the Master in 2021! If that wasn’t excitement enough there will be eight Masters in total (including Missy) in this release marking 50 years since the Master first appeared on TV.
As I said earlier, I enjoyed Paternoster Gang: Heritage 2 and I put a review together for Cultbox. It’s The Paternoster Gang: Heritage 2 review. Snappy title or what! >>> Message Ends <<<
I’ve now listened to the second volume of stories, Paternoster Gang: Heritage 2 and while I’m no closer to understanding why heritage, I do feel the series is finding its feet. I’ve several thoughts about the structure of the boxsets so far and what I particularly think works. I share them below…
Big Finish has revealed details for the December 2019 War Master: Anti-Genesis. Derek Jacobi as the War Master. Nick Briggs as the Daleks. Seán Carlsen as Narvin. Mark Gatiss as the Unbound Master. Yes, it’s Master vs Master in the biggest story for the War Master so far.
I enjoyed The Diary of River Song Series 6 from Big Finish, and shared my thoughts in a review for CultBox. It’s focussed on contriving ways for River to visit all the past Doctors and while I think we’ve had that idea now, I did enjoy this set. Others may be less keen on seeing…