Absolution reviewed

The first main range release in the 100s was Absolution by Scott Alan Woodward (who also wrote Juggernauts and some other bits). This is an Eighth Doctor story and is pivotal as it tidies up the last of the Divergent Universe arc by disposing of C’rizz. This then allows for Charley to leave in two releases time in…

Something Inside reviewed

Trevor Baxendale (who started off writing for the Eighth Doctor  in the book The Janus Conjunction) penned Something Inside a story for the Eighth Doctor, Charley and C’rizz. This is a claustrophobic tale of prisons and psychic powers; how well does it stand out from the crowd?

Memory Lane reviewed

In the few years I’ve been collecting Big Finish and scouring through the back catalogue, Memory Lane is a title I’ve been aware of but not reached, until now. Written by Eddie Robson and released in October 2006 it is an Eighth Doctor story with Charley and C’rizz as companions. Having been seduced by the trailer long…

The Divergent Universe arc reviewed

Following various sales I collected all the Charley and Eighth Doctor stories from after Zagreus up until before The Girl Who Never Was. This comprises the stories from the Divergent Universe (which I review in this piece) and the subsequent stories (which I may review elsewhere). Scherzo also came in this set but that is reviewed here: Scherzo by Robert Shearman…

Eighth Doctor celebration sale

In case you haven’t seen it this weekend Big Finish has a special sale to mark the short-listing of Dark Eyes for an award. You can now get every release ever from the main range that has featured the Eighth Doctor for £5! This lasts until the end of the weekend (let’s see what happens…