Short Trips: The Darkened Earth review

I had a listen to John Pritchard’s Doctor Who Short Trips: The Darkened Earth and put some thoughts together for CultBox (Doctor Who: Short Trips – The Darkened Earth review). It’s a moving (and clever) story for the Sixth Doctor from the perspective of Constance Clarke and read/performed by Miranda Raison. It’s another reason to get a subscription!…

Shield of the Jotunn reviewed

Comic book writer Ian Edginton makes his Big Finish début with Shield of the Jötunn, a main range story for the Sixth Doctor and recently joined companion Constance Clarke (Miranda Raison). On the evidence of this story their returns can’t be too soon. Oh, I nearly forget to mention this is also directed by Louise Jameson as well!…

Complete History volume 55 reviewed

The Doctor Who: The Complete History series kicked off with volume 55. While I think the whole series is an expensive indulgence, I suspect a lot of people might buy the first few releases. The first release had the typical loss-leading price of a first part (£1.99) so not the largest investment in the world.

Jago & Litefoot series 9 reviewed

I reviewed Jago & Litefoot series 9 for Kasterborous (see here) and thought I’d follow up with my more usual, in-depth take on the stories and the set as a whole. There are a couple of spoilers but I leave plenty of the plot unexplored, focussing on the greater narrative arc of the characters. This may…