Dr Who and the PodCasters

I’m not huge on podcasts, but I thought I’d plug a new one, due to commence January 2020. It’s from Paul Morris (and also Tim Burrows) and might well be worth a listen (or two). So far the only information I have is on FaceBook at the Dr. Who and the PodCasters page. Detail If…

The Enchantress of Numbers review

The third tale in The Syndicate Masterplan Volume 1 takes the Fourth Doctor and new companion Ann Kelso to Victorian England for Ann’s first journey into history, though the story starts with the TARDIS already having been in London before it makes its way to Nottinghamshire and an encounter with The Enchantress of Numbers, Ada Lovelace (played by Finty Williams)….

At last! The Paternoster Gang comes to Big Finish!

It won’t be a surprise as such (we’ve seen all the players converging on this), but Big Finish has announced a four boxset run for the Paternoster Gang! Why it wasn’t announced at Big Finish Day, who knows! Catrin Stewart, Neve McIntosh and Dan Starkey are all back for Paternoster Gang – Heritage. Each boxset…

Jago and Song!

Big Finish has announced two more boxsets for River Song (RIVER SONG SERIES 6 AND 7) with the news of Christopher Benjamin reprising the part of Henry Gordon Jago opposite Alex Kingston in a Paul Morris story The Talents of Greel. Excellent news! === Message Ends ===

Tales from New Earth review

i have to be honest, when I watched Gridlock and even New Earth, the furthest thought from my mind was I hope we get more of that world. I didn’t see the need to re-explore that particular setting over any other, and I was unsure about this set of stories. Now I’ve (finally) heard Tales from New Earth,…

One last outing for Jago & Litefoot

Surprise but welcome news: there will be one more outing for Jago & Litefoot! Called Jago & Litefoot Forever, it’s written by Paul Morris and will be released in May 2018. Centring on Jago’s search for Litefoot, it also features Ellie Higson and Inspector Quick, with a great mix of characters including the Sixth Doctor, Leela, Queen Victoria…

More details on Tales from New Earth

You may have missed this from Big Finish: COMING SOON – TALES FROM NEW EARTH. Not just the cover but some insight into the various stories and setting.

Jago & Litefoot Series 13 review

Lumme! It’s forty years since Henry Gordon Jago and Professor George Litefoot first came to our notice in Talons of Weng-Chiang and here they are in their thirteen Big Finish boxset! Still fresh and still wonderful after nearly seven years and around 60 stories. What’s the secret? Why is this set such fun? Read on! The stories

When Vastra met Churchill

Some interesting news on the second Churchill Years boxset with news Neve McIntosh will play Madame Vastra opposite Ian McNeice in a story about young Churchill. We have to wait until February 2018 to hear Paul Morris’s story Young Winston.

Jago & Litefoot series 12 review

With this twelfth boxset Jago & Litefoot revisits some threads from its very inception and at certain points feels as though the series might be on the brink of drawing a line in the sand or even taking a break. Fortunately (and despite the lack of cliffhanger ending), we know there will be plenty more for Trevor…

Jago & Litefoot series 11 review

I’ve already discussed Jago & Litefoot Series 11 over on Starburst, now I’d like to go deeper into the stories. As the cliff-hanger from series 10 revealed the presence of the Geoffrey Beevers Master, and the cast list includes Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor, I had concerns this might be more Doctor Who than Jago & Litefoot. How did…

Aquitaine review on Starburst

I reviewed Aquitaine on Starburst. Written by Paul Morris and Simon Barnard, this is a main range story for the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Tegan. Rather good it is too! The review is: Aquitaine (Doctor Who). +++ Message Ends +++