The Smallest Battle review

Free with the September 2018 Doctor Who Main Range release The Dispossed from Big Finish is the Stephen Osbourne Subscriber Short Trips: The Smallest Battle. It’s an absorbing story for the Fourth Doctor and Leela as they find themselves on a war-torn world, trying to make a difference.

Short Trips A Small Semblance of Home review

Paul Phipps, better known for his work on the Dark Shadows range wrote the latest (September 2018) Big Finish Short Trips, a First Doctor adventure, A Small Semblance of Home, read by Carole Ann Ford. It’s a cunning story of the Doctor’s obsession riding roughshod over the feelings of Barbara, Ian and Susan in his quest for something unspecified. I enjoyed…

More Short Trips Rarities

The latest batch of five Short Trips Rarities has been released, and they’ve some cracking covers (see left). Details of these and a sale on the Short Trips range: SHORT TRIPS RARITIES AND SPECIAL OFFERS. It’s a good mix, but if I were to recommend just one, it would be Only Connect. A close call as there’s some great titles. I’ve…

Taken for Granted review

The Short Trips Subscriber release for the Big Finish Doctor Who main range June 2018 release Iron Bright was Taken for Granted by Ian Hidewell. It’s read by Stephen Critchlow and centres on a day in the life of Jo Grant. Jo thinks today will be like any other day, but sinister forces have their own agenda. A sequence…

Short Trips: The Darkened Earth review

I had a listen to John Pritchard’s Doctor Who Short Trips: The Darkened Earth and put some thoughts together for CultBox (Doctor Who: Short Trips – The Darkened Earth review). It’s a moving (and clever) story for the Sixth Doctor from the perspective of Constance Clarke and read/performed by Miranda Raison. It’s another reason to get a subscription!…