Coming in September 2018 is another collection of Doctor Who stories with a female companion spin: Doctor Who: The Women Who Lived: Goodnight Stories from the Whoniverse. There’s no cover yet, but writers so far announced include Simon Guerrier and Christel Dee. We do have some details:
The BBC has just made every episode of the Sarah Jane Adventures available in iPlayer for a period of two months (ie ending around the end of April 2018). It’s a lot of TV to watch (perhaps one a day?) but well worth exploring. If you want to revisit Liz Sladen’s wonderful series, and spend more…
I had a read of The Missy Chronicles, and was glad I did. Six intriguing stories covering Missy’s incarnation from six very different authors (James Goss, Jacqueline Rayner, Cavan Scott, Paul Magrs, Peter Anghelides and Richard Dinnick). I had slightly more to say on Starburst: DOCTOR WHO: THE MISSY CHRONICLES. /// Message Ends \\\
Obverse Books has announced a second collection of Doctor Who material in aid of writer Tommy Donbavand, called A Second Target for Tommy. As I don’t personally know Tommy, I’ll give the official press release:
If you have the bandwidth and would like a free HD copy of a variant Power of the Daleks, you should look at Doctor Who: The Nick Scovell Adventures on FaceBook. Until February 208, 2018 the download (3.7 GB) is available for free.
So, the back-catalogue sales of the Big Finish Main Range continue with a reduction on releases 101 – 150. The news item (DOCTOR WHO MAIN RANGE OFFERS) has some very good recommendations, and I do agree with Liv Chenka’s Seventh Doctor debit Robophobia, the Sixth Doctor and Jamie trilogy starting at City of Spires, the Klein trilogy (for Klein’s Story and Architects of…
Great news if you liked The Doctor Who Audio Annual is the Second Doctor Who Audio Annual. It’s the same readers: Peter Purves, Anneke Wills, Geoffrey Beevers, Matthew Waterhouse and Nicola Bryant. It’s out on April 5, 2018. I really liked the first one and will be getting this.