THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | Memory Lane

With three stories left until the earth-shattering conclusion of the Eighth Doctor's monthly adventures, Kieran Brennan tackles Memory Lane! A never ending street filled with the same house, which all contain the same two people. Is this an endless suburban dream... or a nightmare, that sees the Doctor and co trapped with no end in … Continue reading THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | Memory Lane

THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | The Chimes of Midnight

Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without The Chimes of Midnight! But what does guest contributor Kieran Brennan think of it? Find out as he visits the mysterious Edward Grove in his latest Eighth Doctor Revisited review! When the Doctor and Charley arrive in an Edwardian house on Christmas Eve, they pose as a pair of amateur … Continue reading THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | The Chimes of Midnight

THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | Minuet in Hell

Guest contributor Kieran Brennan tackles Minuet in Hell, undeniably one of the most controversial of the Eighth Doctor's early adventures at Big Finish... The Doctor (with amnesia) is stuck in a mental asylum, Charley (with amnesia) is working in a gentleman’s club and the Brigadier keeps bumping into them. Oh, and demons and satan and … Continue reading THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | Minuet in Hell

RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: The Spectre of Lanyon Moor

We're continuing our journey through the Sixth Doctor's early adventures at Big Finish with The Spectre of Lanyon Moor! Read on for our thoughts on Old Sixie and Evelyn's second adventure, and their first encounter with the Brigadier! The TARDIS brings the Doctor and Evelyn to Lanyon Moor in Cornwall, where they soon discover an … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: The Spectre of Lanyon Moor

RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: The Marian Conspiracy

Twenty-one years ago, in Big Finish's sixth ever Doctor Who release, Colin Baker made history by being the first Doctor to get his own audio-exclusive companion. Introduced in The Marian Conspiracy by Jacqueline Rayner, Dr. Evelyn Smythe would go on to star in nineteen audio adventures with the Sixth Doctor, up until actress Maggie Stables' … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: The Marian Conspiracy

THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | Sword of Orion

Guest contributor Kieran Brennan continues his journey through the Eighth Doctor's early audio adventures with Sword of Orion: Paul McGann's first encounter with the Cybermen! While on a quick visit to an alien planet in the future, the Doctor and Charley find themselves trapped aboard an abandoned star destroyer... and they're not alone. The Eighth … Continue reading THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | Sword of Orion

RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: The Catalyst

It was Louise Jameson's birthday yesterday, so what better time to look back on her first Companion Chronicle in the role of Leela: The Catalyst by Nigel Fairs! This was one of the first Big Finish releases I ever listened to, so it's always been a favourite of mine... but does it stand up to … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: The Catalyst

RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: Whispers of Terror

Guest contributor Lincoln Wilson handles this week’s Retro Review. Read on for his thoughts on Whispers of Terror by Justin Richards! The Doctor (Colin Baker) and Peri (Nicola Bryant) arrive at the Museum of Aural Antiquities, a storage facility for all known audio transcripts, wire-taps and speeches ever recorded. They soon encounter an intruder who appears to be … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: Whispers of Terror

RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: Dust Breeding

Guest contributor Lincoln Wilson handles this week's Retro Review. Read on for his thoughts! So, the time of reckoning is at hand. After (almost) 275 monthly releases, stretching way back to July 1999 and the release of very first story (The Sirens of Time) of Big Finish’s flagship Doctor Who audio range, the end is … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: Dust Breeding

REVIEW: Doctor Who – Colony of Fear

The Doctor Who Monthly Range is wrapping up, making this the antepenultimate release in the series and the final solo story for the Sixth Doctor. This range is arguably where this incarnation of the Doctor finally found his feet after a shaky time on television, so does Old Sixie go out with as big a … Continue reading REVIEW: Doctor Who – Colony of Fear