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REVIEW | The Seventh Doctor Adventures: Sullivan and Cross – AWOL

For the second time this year, the Seventh Doctor returns… and this time he’s joined by two old friends! Harry Sullivan (Christopher Naylor) and Naomi Cross (Eleanor Crooks) are back, and Sadly the last Seventh Doctor boxset, Silver and Ice (review here), was one of the weakest releases of the year so far, but will…

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REVIEW | The Ninth Doctor Adventures: Hidden Depths

Released on Doctor Who‘s 59th anniversary is Hidden Depths: the latest collection of Ninth Doctor audio adventures from Big Finish! This time, the Doctor will explore hidden depths and face unseen dangers as he does battle with the villainous Sea Devils, visits a German health spa in the 1860s, and encounters old friends Liv Chenka…

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REVIEW | The Eighth Doctor Adventures: What Lies Inside?

After four sixteen-part sagas which saw him face off against Daleks, the Master, Divine Intervention, the Ravenous and the Doom Coalition, the Eighth Doctor goes back to basics in a rebooted range of boxsets, consisting of standalone stories linked by broad themes. The first, What Lies Inside?, sees the Doctor, Liv and Helen deal with…

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REVIEW | The Eleventh Doctor Chronicles: Geronimo!

Jacob Dudman returns to the role of the Eleventh Doctor in a new series of Eleventh Doctor Chronicles! Set in between The Snowmen and The Bells of Saint John, this run of thirteen adventures will see the Doctor join forces with new companion Valarie Lockwood as he tracks down the mysterious Clara Oswald. This first…

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REVIEW | The Third Doctor Adventures: Kaleidoscope

The Third Doctor Adventures continue with another bumper-length story: Kaleidoscope, by Alan Barnes. The epic, seven-part Third Doctor story The Annihilators from earlier this year (review here) has been one of Who Review‘s favourite Big Finish releases of 2022 so far, but is this next audio adventure in the series any good? Read on to…

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REVIEW | Torchwood Soho: The Unbegotten

Mandeville Walk is the most haunted street in Soho. When Norton brings Lizbeth and Andy there to confront a face from his past, he ends up dragging them into a government conspiracy and a plot to resurrect an ancient, powerful force. As demons, ghosts and long-buried secrets rise to the surface, will the Torchwood team…

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