I’m conscious my thoughts on series 11 of Doctor Who have been more negative than positive, and I’m guilty of the group think behaviour of referring out to people who agree with me. In the interest of balance I introduce two other sites with more upbeat takes on Jodie Whittaker’s time so far…
Yet again I’ve contributed to a group review over on the Doctor Who Companion, and this time it’s the episode Rosa. We seem more unified in our views than previous weeks, though there’s still some diversity of views. You can decide if you agree with any of us by visiting: HERE’S WHAT THE DOCTOR WHO COMPANION THOUGHT OF…
Thanks to Clayton Hickman for tweeting the first ever Guardian review for Doctor Who episode An Unearthly Child (aka 100,000 BC). To say reviewer Mary Crozier was unimpressed is an understatement and the Guardian themselves brought the subject up with not quite an apology some 48 years later: Doctor Who: Guardian reviewer unimpressed by first episode.
My review of Counter Measures: Series 4 is now live on Kasterborous. I rather glossed over the ending as you will see if you read: REVIEWED: COUNTER-MEASURES SERIES 4, I may be a bit less discreet when I discuss this here. Until then, enjoy the review! -+- Message Ends -+-
I’ve reviewed Jago & Litefoot series 9 on Kasterborous. I will follow up with a longer, more spoilery review here at some point (I have a backlog!). The review is: REVIEWED: JAGO & LITEFOOT SERIES 9. -+- Message Ends -+-
As if by magic, here’s the final story in the latest Vienna boxset reviewed on Sci-Fi Bulletin. Here’s the review of Jonathan Morris’s The Vienna Experience: review: vienna: big finish audio: 2.3: the vienna experience. (*) Message Ends (*)
Head on the heels of my boxset review, I get to sink my teeth just into the second story, Cavan Scott’s Underworld. This time it’s a review for Sci-Fi Bulletin: review: vienna: big finish audio: 2.2: underworld. As usual, comments welcome! === Message Ends ===