Big Finish Top 10 (2021)

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Just like that, we've reached the end of another year, and, as usual, we're going to be taking a look back at the top ten Big Finish releases of the last twelve months. It's certainly been quite an exciting year for audio drama, with the long-awaited return of Christopher Eccleston as the Ninth Doctor; the … Continue reading Big Finish Top 10 (2021)

REVIEW | The Ninth Doctor Adventures: Lost Warriors

The Ninth Doctor returns for his third boxset of audio adventures, and this time he's travelling back in time, where he'll encounter lost warriors from history, and from far beyond the stars. 1. "The Hunting Season" by James Kettle The Doctor arrives at Duberry Hall in the 1930s, and finds it under siege from a … Continue reading REVIEW | The Ninth Doctor Adventures: Lost Warriors

REVIEW | The Ninth Doctor Adventures: Respond to All Calls

Daniel Mansfield and Matt Wilson discuss the latest set of adventures for the Ninth Doctor: Respond to All Calls! Matt Wilson: The second volume of Christopher Eccleston’s new era has arrived, and it certainly does not fall into the trap of ‘difficult second album syndrome’. What I’m about to say may be controversial: I wasn’t … Continue reading REVIEW | The Ninth Doctor Adventures: Respond to All Calls

SHORT TRIPS REVIEWS: “The Meaning of Red”/”Her Own Bootstraps”

It's been a busy couple of weeks in the Short Trips range, with both Her Own Bootstraps and The Meaning of Red (both by authors new to Big Finish!) being released, as well as the two Time Lord Victorious releases Master Thief and Lesser Evils (review here). With these two being released to close together, … Continue reading SHORT TRIPS REVIEWS: “The Meaning of Red”/”Her Own Bootstraps”

Short Trips: “Battle Scars” Review

The Ninth Doctor gets his first Short Trips release in "Battle Scars" by Selim Ulug. Having thoroughly enjoyed Ulug's "Landbound", which won 2016's Paul Spragg Memorial Short Trip Opportunity, I was incredibly excited to get into this one. Read on to see what I thought. Battle Scars does what Big Finish does best: expanding on … Continue reading Short Trips: “Battle Scars” Review