Torchwood 1.1: Everything Changes

To help deal with my CV lockdown (or whatever we call it), I’m taking advantage of the Torchwood boxsets on iPlayer. First up, Everything Changes. I won’t watch them all, just enough to really remind myself what I thought of it all before this blog! Everything Changes (for Gwen Cooper) First impressions are it’s as…

Torchwood: Instant Karma review

Torchwood: Instant Karma is a fascinating story for Toshiko Sato and written by the triumvirate of David Llewelyn, James Goss and Jonathan Morris. If you want to know why I think that, check my CultBox review: Torchwood: Instant Karma review. +++ Message Ends +++

Torchwood: Believe review

Set during the show’s second season, Torchwood: Believe gives fans the full-cast adventure they’ve wanted since Big Finish first produced the range. There’s no Rhys, but we do have Jack, Gwen, Ianto, Owen and Toshiko. It’s a three-disc story from the mighty pen of Guy Adams, directed by Scott Handcock.

Torchwood: Cascade review

I penned a few thoughts on Scott Handcock’s excellent Cascade, a Torchwood story for Naoko Mori as Toshika Sato. I thoroughly enjoyed Scott’s audio imaging of this suitably crazy tale; my review is on the CultBox site: Torchwood: Cascade review. +== Message Ends ==+

Torchwood: Zone 10 review on Cultbox

Here’s a link to my Cultbox review of the smashing Torchwood: Zone 10. David Llewellyn wrote this piece giving us mysteries in Russia as Toshiko Santo (Naoko Mori) mixes with the KVI (Russia’s own Torchwood no less). The link is: ‘Torchwood’ audio story review: Tosh returns in ‘Zone 10’. +++ Message Ends +++