Doctor Who: Time War 3 review

The Eighth Doctor continues to skirt the edges of the Time War in Doctor Who: Time War 3 and it’s no easy task. The latest instalment brings four more stories from Matt Fitton, Lisa McMullin, Roland Moore and John Dorney. We’ve Daleks, Time Lord trickery and, as the cover reveals, the Valeyard! It’s a mix…

Legacy of Time: Relative Time review

If the third story in the Legacy of Time boxset was a little light on plot, the fourth story, Relative Time is from some angles wafer thin. This story brings the Fifth Doctor into play and the relative angle is (guess!) his daughter in many sense of the word Jenny. It’s another crossover but also…

Monsters of Gokroth review

With neither fuss nor fanfare, the Big Finish main range clocks up 250 releases with the Matt Fitton story Monsters of Gokroth. It’s a Seventh Doctor story and the first in a new trilogy for the Doctor and werewolf companion Mags, last seen on TV in The Greatest Show in the Galaxy. If not the…

Gallifrey Time War Volume 2 review

Things ended badly for Romana at the end of Gallifrey Time War Volume 1 and she struggles to turn things around throughout this new Volume 2. Spoiler alert: Rasillon is back and now in charge. This can only mean the Time War is about to get very serious indeed…

The Eighth Doctor meets the Masters (and Missy)!

Big Finish has announced a multitude of Masters for Ravenous 4. Released October 2019, Paul McGann’s Eighth Doctor meets the Eric Roberts Master once more. Nicola Walker (Liv Chenka) will also get to play alongside Derek Jacobi again (they appear in Last Tango in Halifax) as the War Master makes and appearance. Add the Geoffrey…

Ravenous 2 review

The latest set of stories in the Eighth Doctor Ravenous range takes the Doctor, Liv Chenka and Helen Sinclair to yet stranger places than before in a mix of tales I mostly liked but I have some reservations with Ravenous 2 as a set. Let me explain…