I put together some thoughts on the June 2019 Julian Richard Doctor Who Short Trips: The Same Face for CultBox. The story is a Third Doctor tale with Jo Grant and performed by Katy Manning. The review is: Doctor Who Short Trips: The Same Face review. <<< Message Ends >>>
Big Finish has released details of four more titles in the 2019 Short Trips range. As ever they look intriguing and full details here: DOCTOR WHO SHORT TRIPS. Nicola Bryant, Louise Jameson, Katy Manning and Nick Briggs are performing four very different titles. I have initial thoughts on them all…
November 2018 brought yet another splendid Short Trips in the form of Julian Richards’s The Ingenious Gentleman Adric of Alzarius. It’s putatively a Fifth Doctor story, but there’s a bit more to it as Adric (read with skill by Matthew Waterhouse) explores a mythic landscape in the company of Sir Keyooht in his quest for giants to slay. It’s…
Free with the September 2016 release The Maker of Demons, is the delightful story The Shrine of Sorrows by Julian Richards. It’s a Seventh Doctor and Ace story read by Stephen Critchlow and yet again demonstrates that free doesn’t mean you don’t get a great story.
As part of the monthly Cultbox I produce with Ian McArdell, I listened to the Short Trips story Washington Burns by Julian Richards. It’s a strange Seventh Doctor and Ace story (and I have some issues with the mention of steel in typesetting), but a good one. My review is part of: Big Finish’s ‘Doctor Who’ audio story reviews: March 2016 round-up….
It has been pointed out to me that reviewers don’t give the Subscriber Short Trips much attention. In the first of an occasional campaign I turn the spotlight on these free (to subscribers) and perfectly formed stories. This batch were all read by Stephen Critchlow.
I reviewed the wonderful Julian Richards Short Trip, The Way of the Empty Hand on CultBox. This is a witty Second Doctor story read by Frazer Hines. The review is part of the October round-up I produced with Ian McArdell: ‘Doctor Who’ audio play reviews round-up: Out in October 2015 from Big Finish. ### Message Ends ###