Believe it, or not, The Doctor Who Companion site is four years old. It’s been down for extensive maintenance but is now back up and running. Full details: CELEBRATING 4 YEARS OF THE DOCTOR WHO COMPANION – WITH A NEW LOOK! >– Message Ends –<
If you get to the end of this stark (and largely negative) assessment of Ascension of the Cybermen you’ll see my comment about trying to stay positive. Maybe it will all be wonderful, but a lot of plates are in play for The Timeless Children. Until tonight, here are our views on last week: HERE’S…
As ever the team over at The Doctor Who Companion has pooled thoughts about last week’s Haunting of Villa Diodati. My own (very positive) thoughts are here, the team collection is: HERE’S WHAT THE DOCTOR WHO COMPANION THOUGHT OF THE HAUNTING OF VILLA DIODATI.
I was guest reviewer for The Doctor Who Companion this week and had plenty to say about The Haunting of Villa Diodati. Warning: my review is very positive: REVIEWED: DOCTOR WHO – THE HAUNTING OF VILLA DIODATI. *** Message Ends ***
I wasn’t part of this week’s collective view, but rest assured it’s a good one – HERE’S WHAT THE DOCTOR WHO COMPANION THOUGHT OF CAN YOU HEAR ME? If nothing else do look at James Baldock’s infographic – an idea I will be stealing! My review is here. — Message Ends —
Over on The Doctor Who Companion a group of us have all contributed our thoughts on Spyfall Pt 1. While a couple are holding their powder dry, most have expressed their thoughts. It’s not all positive, but my sense is I am in he majority in being broadly pleased with the start of series 12.…
And with one last outing, the Doctor Who Companion completes its tour of the Jon Pertwee years. Simon Danes gives his thoughts in REVIEWED: DOCTOR WHO SEASON 11 – SELF-DESTRUCTION and as usual it’s well worth a read. It reminded me of some personal highlights from Season 11 as well.