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…

The Astrea Conspiracy review on CultBox

February 2019’s Doctor Who Short Trips: The Astrea Consipiracy brought the Twelfth Doctor to the range, even if only as a character in a tale about Aphra Benn, written by Lizbeth Myles and read by Neve McIntosh. I found it thought provoking for reasons you can discover in my CultBox review: Doctor Who Short Trips:…

New Short Trips covers revealed

Big Finish has released details of four more titles in the 2019 Short Trips range. As ever they look intriguing and full details here: DOCTOR WHO SHORT TRIPS. Nicola Bryant, Louise Jameson, Katy Manning and Nick Briggs are performing four very different titles. I have initial thoughts on them all…

Short Trips The Devil’s Footprints review

With December 2018’s Short Trips, producer Ian Atkins takes his leave from production duties and leaves the range in a good place. This release, The Devil’s Footprints is no exception; it’s a great Seventh Doctor story read by Bonnie Langford, bringing a chance to hear Mel without Ace by her side. It’s written by Penelope Faith, who also…