Tenth Doctor: No Place review

The Tenth Doctor and Donna are back and this time they’ve brought the family! Yes, David Tennant and Catherine Tate are joined by Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble) and Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott). First in the Tenth Doctor Adventures Volume 3 is the James Goss story No Place. Come on in!

Torchwood: Deadbeat Escape review

Between Deadbeat Escape and Goodbye Piccadilly there’s a vast difference in style and together they provide just a glimpse into the versatility of writer (and range producer) James Goss. This time we have a dark, brooding tale of rain and strange hotels. It also puts Billis Manger (Murray Melvin) centre stage.

Torchwood: Goodbye Piccadilly review

Writer James Goss is in fine form in Goodbye Piccadily weaving a historical tale into Torchwood and bringing back Big Finish’s own Norton Folgate (Samuel Barnett) alongside Sgt Andy (Tom Price). It starts as it means to go on, and it’s all Andy can do to hang on for the ride…

War Master: Master of Callous review

I was really impressed with War Master: Master of Callous, and had no real hesitation over giving it a 5* review. Excellent work from all, including James Goss, Guy Adams, Scott Handcock, Derek Jacobi and many more. My review is here: The War Master: Master Of Callous review. +++ Message Ends +++

Torchwood: Instant Karma review

Torchwood: Instant Karma is a fascinating story for Toshiko Sato and written by the triumvirate of David Llewelyn, James Goss and Jonathan Morris. If you want to know why I think that, check my CultBox review: Torchwood: Instant Karma review. +++ Message Ends +++

The Scratchman cometh

January 2019 will see arrival in book form of something most strange: Doctor Who Meets Scratchman. Not the script of the never-happened Tom Baker / Ian Marter film project (to also star Vincent Price and Twiggy), but a new novel written by Tom Baker and James Goss, available to order now from Amazon. Who’d have thought!…