Doctor Who The Dispossessed review on CultBox

I really liked the September 2018 Doctor Who main range release The Dispossessed by Mark Morris. It’s a Seventh Doctor story with Ace, Mel, a host of intriguing characters and a mysterious setting. What’s not to like! My CultBox review is: Doctor Who: The Dispossessed review. ((( Message Ends )))

Class Volume 2 review on CultBox

I enjoyed Class Volume 1 and was pleased to find Volume 2 was at least as strong. Most pleasing was how good the Ace and Daleks story was. I reviewed it for CultBox: Class: The Audio Adventures Volume 2 review. +++ Message Ends +++

Lady Christina review on Cultbox

I enjoyed the entertaining Lady Christina boxset from Big Finish, and would be more than happy to have Michelle Ryan return again to the part. My review is on the CultBox site: Doctor Who: Lady Christina review. +++ Message Ends +++

Doctor Who: Red Planets review on CultBox

Una McCormack kicks off a swathe of Seventh Doctor stories with Red Planets. There’s an intense Cold War vibe, blended with corrupt timelines and a mission to Mars. Plenty for Ace and Mel to get involved with. Read my thoughts on CultBox: Doctor Who: Red Planets review. === Message Ends ===

First Doctor Adventures volume 2 review

I reviewed the splendid First Doctor Adventures Volume 2 for Cultbox in the inevitably named: Doctor Who: The First Doctor Adventures Volume 2 review. I liked the first set but to me this flowed better. My review mentions HG Wells – my thoughts were the Eloi from The Time Machine and also the way the Martians died in…

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!…

Torchwood: Instant Karma review

Torchwood: Instant Karma is a fascinating story for Toshiko Sato and written by the triumvirate of David Llewelyn, James Goss and Jonathan Morris. If you want to know why I think that, check my CultBox review: Torchwood: Instant Karma review. +++ Message Ends +++

Jenny The Doctor’s Daughter review

I thoroughly enjoyed Jenny The Doctor’s Daughter and put some thoughts together for CultBox: Doctor Who: Jenny The Doctor’s Daughter review. It’s well worth a listen, and Big Finish must surely announce more! +++ Message Ends +++

Torchwood: We Always Get Out Alive review on CultBox

Torchwood: We Always Get Out Alive is another rock-solid Guy Adams story, and another jewel in the crown of the monthly Torchwood range. I put some thoughts behind that opinion in a piece for CultBox: Torchwood: We Always Get Out Alive review. === Message Ends ===  

Doctor Who: Ravenous 1 review

What’s not to like? John Dorney and Matt Fitton combine to give us four stories in the Eighth Doctor and Liv Chenka’s search for Helen Sinclair. Will The Eleven still be around, and just what is the Kandy Man up to? My thoughts over on CultBox: Doctor Who: Ravenous 1 review. *** Message Ends ***

Serpent in the Silver Mask review

I reviewed the excellent David Llewellyn Fifth Doctor main range story Serpent in the Silver Mask for Cultbox. It’s a fun story, great performances and some nice darker moments. The review is: Doctor Who: Serpent in the Silver Mask review. It brings a really good run of Fifth Doctor stories to an end; at least he’s back next month in The…

Vienna Retribution review

I really liked the latest Vienna boxset, Vienna:Retribution. Written by Guy Adams, it’s epic and hugely entertaining. I reviewed it for Cultbox: Vienna: Retribution – Doctor Who spin-off review. If you’ve not tried this range, not’s the time! *** Message Ends ***