CAPSULE REVIEW | Doctor Who: The Eye of the Scorpion

The TARDIS is drawn off course, and arrives in Egypt, 1400 BC, where the great God-King Pharaoh has recently died. After saving a young woman from a bloodthirsty mercenary, the Doctor and Peri learn that she is Erimem, the next in line to the throne! Returning to Thebes with her, they discover that traitors are … Continue reading CAPSULE REVIEW | Doctor Who: The Eye of the Scorpion

REVIEW | The Sixth Doctor Adventures: Purity Undreamed

The TARDIS team expands as the Sixth Doctor, Mel and Hebe return in Purity Undreamed: a new audio boxset from Big Finish Productions! Hebe, played by Ruth Madeley, made her debut earlier this year in Water Worlds (review here), which was an interesting, if a little by the books, introduction to Doctor Who's first wheelchair-user … Continue reading REVIEW | The Sixth Doctor Adventures: Purity Undreamed

REVIEW | Classic Doctors, New Monsters: The Stuff of Nightmares

The Classic Doctors, New Monsters range returns with The Stuff of Nightmares, a collection of four new audio adventures which pit Doctors from the classic series of Doctor Who against monsters from the post-2005 series. This set sees Tom Baker, Colin Baker and Paul McGann return to the range alongside Tim Treloar in his Classic … Continue reading REVIEW | Classic Doctors, New Monsters: The Stuff of Nightmares

REVIEW | UNIT: Brave New World – Seabird One

Brigadier Bambera returns in a brand new series of audio adventures which takes UNIT into the 1990s! The Brave New World saga from Big Finish begins with Seabird One: a three-hour boxset which sees Bambera build a new UNIT team ready to fight whatever the 90s throws at it. With the Millennium approaching and the … Continue reading REVIEW | UNIT: Brave New World – Seabird One

INTERVIEW | Gareth David-Lloyd

Recently, George Hewitt sat down with Gareth David-Lloyd to talk about Torchwood, The Corn is Green, and Gareth’s early days as an actor. This exclusive interview is presented here in full. What was it that made you first want to get into acting? Escape, I suppose. I didn’t have the safest or most secure of … Continue reading INTERVIEW | Gareth David-Lloyd

REVIEW | The Seventh Doctor Adventures: Silver and Ice

After an absence of over a year, the Seventh Doctor returns to Big Finish, as Sylvester McCoy and Bonnie Langford reunite for two brand new audio adventures! Silver and Ice sees the TARDIS team battle Cybermen in a run-down mining town, before returning to the frigid planet Ribos, where crafty crook Garron is up to … Continue reading REVIEW | The Seventh Doctor Adventures: Silver and Ice

REVIEW | The Second Doctor Adventures: Beyond War Games

A new era begins for the Second Doctor, as Michael Troughton returns to the role originated by his late father and takes the Time Lord for the first time Beyond War Games... Read on for our thoughts on these two new audio adventures. While this review doesn't go into full spoiler territory, some minor plot … Continue reading REVIEW | The Second Doctor Adventures: Beyond War Games

REVIEW | The War Master: Self-Defence

The Time War incarnation of the Doctor's greatest enemy returns, in a boxset of four new audio adventures! Self-Defence is the first War Master boxset since 2017's Only the Good to feature four writers, which will, I hope, give us a nice variety of stories compared to the more closely-linked episodes in the more recent … Continue reading REVIEW | The War Master: Self-Defence

THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | Grand Theft Cosmos

Kieran Brennan reviews the next adventure for the Eighth Doctor: Grand Theft Cosmos! In the mid-1800s, the Doctor and Lucie find themselves needing to pull off a jewel heist on a moving train! The only problem is the returning duo of the Headhunter and Karen are simultaneously trying to pull off their own heist. It’s … Continue reading THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | Grand Theft Cosmos

REVIEW | Doctor Who – Out of Time 3: Wink

Over the last two years, the Out of Time range has pitted David Tennant's Tenth Doctor not only against a series of his most dastardly enemies, but against previous Doctors, with Tom Baker and Peter Davison's incarnations of the heroic Time Lord having made appearances fighting the Daleks and Cybermen (review here) with their future … Continue reading REVIEW | Doctor Who – Out of Time 3: Wink