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

RETRO REVIEW: “Thicker Than Water”

In our next Retro Review, we rejoin the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn... but things have changed between the two. This review will contain spoilers, so read on at your own risk! Set after Evelyn's departure from the TARDIS, this story is a sequel to "Arrangements for War", taking place during the Doctor's travels with Mel … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW: “Thicker Than Water”

RETRO REVIEW: “Arrangements for War”

Following on from the shocking ending of "Project: Lazarus", "Arrangements for War" is the next story I'll be reviewing as part of my Big Finish Retro Reviews series. Be warned, this review WILL contain spoilers! Written by Paul Sutton, this release deals with the immediate aftermath of Evelyn and the Doctor's argument at the end … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW: “Arrangements for War”

RETRO REVIEW: “Project: Twilight”

Over the next few weeks, I'll be journeying back through the Big Finish Monthly Range and following the Evelyn/Hex arc, starting with this story and ending with "Lurkers at Sunlight's Edge". I'm really excited to get started on this saga; Evelyn and Hex are two of the companions I know the least about, so it'll … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW: “Project: Twilight”