Doctor Who: Battle Scars review on CultBox

I reviewed July’s Doctor Who: Short Trips – Battle Scars for CultBox. It’s a Ninth Doctor story, with Nick Briggs reading and former Paul Spragg competition winner Selim Ulug with writing credits. It’s a Titanic tale [sic!] and a good one. My review is: Doctor Who: Battle Scars review. ((+ Message Ends +))

The Same Face review for CultBox

I put together some thoughts on the June 2019 Julian Richard Doctor Who Short Trips: The Same Face for CultBox. The story is a Third Doctor tale with Jo Grant and performed by Katy Manning. The review is: Doctor Who Short Trips: The Same Face review. <<< Message Ends >>>

Doctor Who: Still Life review

If you subscribe to the main range of Big Finish Doctor Who stories, please don’t forget to check for the free Subscriber Short Trips. If your subscription includes An Alien Werewolf in London, you can (by way of example) also listen to the Max Curtis story, Still Life.

Doctor Who: Loud and Proud review

Alongside The Kamelion Empire, March 2019 saw the release of the free (to main range subscribers) Subscriber Short Trips: Loud and Proud. It’s a Sixth Doctor and Mel story written by Andrew Allen. It’s well worth a listen so don’t forget to download and give it a whirl (not via the app as of time…

Under Odin’s Eye review

May 2019’s Short Trips story was Under Odin’s Eye, by Alice Cavender. It’s a Sixth Doctor and Peri adventure, read with her usual skill by Nicola Bryant and directed (with all her usual skill!) by Helen Goldwyn. I reviewed it for CultBox: Doctor Who Short Trips: Under Odin’s Eye review. Short review: it’s great, go…

Doctors and Dragons review on CultBox

As someone who spent more than a little of their time at university playing D&D, it really enjoyed producer, and in this case writer, Alfie’s Shaw’s Doctor Who Short Trips: Doctors and Dragons. I reviewed this Seventh Doctor and Ace gem for CultBox: Doctor Who: Doctors And Dragons review. ./] Message Ends [\.

Year of the Drex Olympics review on CultBox

It’s got a tongue-in-cheek title and the April 2019 Doctor Who Short Trips release, The Year of the Drex Olympics is definitely one of the more amusing releases in this range. A Second Doctor story, read by Frazer Hines, and featuring Jamie and Victoria, it’s worth a listen and I put some thoughts together for…