An Alien Werewolf in London review

Alan Barnes concludes a very enjoyable run of Seventh Doctor and Mags main range stories with An Alien Werewolf in London. Title alone this owes nothing to the film of a similar name, instead it’s a chance for Ace to catch-up with the Doctor. Now living in 1990s London, Ace needs help rescuing an alien…

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 [\.

The 8th of March review

The Big Finish 2019 International Women’s Day release was The Eighth of March, with four stories, women writers, director and a full range of well-liked women from across the Doctor Who universe. The motif of the 8th of March is in each tale as an anchor; beyond that no big arc or other distraction. As…

Muse of Fire review

Of December 2019’s two main range Doctor Who releases, Paul Magrs’s The Muse of Fire is far and away the most quirky. The idea of the Seventh Doctor, Ace, Hex, Iris Wildthyme, Panda and others might seem a lot for any story to handle, but rest assured Paul Magrs is up to his highest standards in The Muse of Fire. You want…

The Eighth of March announced

Big Finish has announced a new title, scheduled for release on Friday, March 8th 2019. Titled The Eighth of March, it celebrates just some of the significant female characters from the world of Doctor Who, including Ace, Benny, Jenny Flint, Vastra, Kate Stewart, Osgood, River Song and Leela. The set is directed by Helen Goldwyn and each…