The Sinestran Kill review

It’s a new year and a new era for the Fourth Doctor as we get the first of two boxsets in The Syndicate Master Plan. If that weren’t excitement enough, there’s a brand new companion. WPC Ann Kelso played by Jane Slavin. And who better to introduce a WPC to the TARDIS than former policeman Andrew Smith? It’s…

What if the Big Finish licence were extended?

So, one possibility not oft discussed, is Big Finish having the scope of their new series Doctor Who licence extended. As the FAQ page says, the licence only covers up until Matt Smith left the show. While the Eleventh Doctor‘s era still had plenty to explore, I believe Jodie Whittaker’s imminent arrival means the Twelfth Doctor‘s era could well…

Russell T Davies talks to Frank Skinner

A good spot from CultBox is a radio interview between Russell T Davies and Frank Skinner as part of the promotion for James Goss’s Doctor Who poetry book. They cover some details, and give a link to the interview itself: Doctor Who: Russell T Davies on the re-writing of the Time War. === Message Ends ===

Doctor Who Legacy – one year on

It’s been a year since Doctor Who Legacy first appeared on our smartphones and tablets and what a year it’s been. To mark the event and give lots of clues as the many, many things the developers have planned, here is a letter from Lee the Creative Director of the game. It is well worth a read…

Mummy on the Orient Express reviewed

I’ve started watching episodes twice, so a short delay for this, my review of Jamie Mathieson’s  Mummy on the Orient Express. This did have Clara in it as well as the Twelfth Doctor with only brief, but important, moments for Danny Pink. If you want the punch-line this is my favourite episode so far (ok ties…

Thoughts ahead of Mummy on the Orient Express

Lots to speculate about ahead of this week’s Mummy on the Orient Express. We know Foxes will be appearing as a singer and Frank Skinner will have a part as Perkins. No Clara but a mention for Danny Pink. There is also the small matter of the mummy to consider in this Jamie Mathieson story, and John Sessions…