What Wonder Woman tells us about the Thirteenth Doctor

I finally caught up with the (excellent) Wonder Woman movie. On they way home, apart from thinking about plot twists, special effects, action sequences and great photography, I also thought about the the nature of female heroes. While Wonder Woman may be more Jessica Jones than Doctor Who (despite David Tennant!), and outfit wise I suspect Jodie Whittaker…

Doctor Who Audio Annual coming out for Christmas

Fans of Doctor Who on audio might want to make a note of the Doctor Who Audio Annual to be released on December 7 (2017). It was recorded by Ladbroke Audio, and features the vocal talents of Peter Purves, Anneke Wills, Geoffrey Beevers, Matthew Waterhouse and Nicola Bryant. Stories cover (as you might have guessed) the first six…

Any Suggestions, Doctor? at the Fringe

Doctor Who fans are spoiled at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe (2017), with not only Who, Me on offer, but also Any Suggestions, Doctor? I’m almost tempted to pop up for a few days! This is an improvised adventure in Time and Space; if you see it, please do let me know what it was like! Any more?…

Who, Me back at the fringe

Australian comedian Rob Llloyd is back at the Edinburgh Fringe with his who Who, Me this year. He’s on from August 2nd until the 28th and you can book tickets at the Fringe box office site: Who, Me. If you want a taster of Rob’s show, here’s a YouTube link: Rob Lloyd – Who, Me. – Doctor Who Comedy…

The High Price of Parking review

Sometimes a main range title comes along that just makes you wish Big Finish could pop back in time and write for the TV series as it was transmitted. John Dorney’s The High Price of Parking is one such story. It’s a Seventh Doctor tale with the newly reunited Ace and Mel, a pairing that never had…