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

REVIEW: Torchwood – Coffee

The first Torchwood Monthly Range release of this year is Coffee, written by James Goss. Weaving its way through the first three seasons of TV Torchwood, this story follows café baristas David (Shaun Chambers) and Kathy (Sarah Griffin) as they become caught up in various alien invasions after meeting Ianto Jones (Gareth David-Lloyd). Right from … Continue reading REVIEW: Torchwood – Coffee

REVIEW: The Tenth Doctor and River Song

After almost 15 years, David Tennant and Alex Kingston reunite as The Tenth Doctor and River Song in this new collection of three audio stories from Big Finish Productions! Here's our review: 1. "Expiry Dating" by James Goss The set opens with the fast-paced, universe-trotting Expiry Dating by James Goss, which is the first story … Continue reading REVIEW: The Tenth Doctor and River Song

REVIEW: Doctor Who – Wicked Sisters

The Graceless sisters are back, and this time they're joined by the Doctor (Peter Davison) and Leela (Louise Jameson) in Wicked Sisters: a new three-part audio boxset from Big Finish Productions. Having delved into the Graceless series over the summer (which I absolutely loved- check out my review of series one here), I'm looking forward … Continue reading REVIEW: Doctor Who – Wicked Sisters

TIME LORD VICTORIOUS: “Master Thief/Lesser Evils” Review

Time Lord Victorious is a new multi-platform Doctor Who project comprising of several stories told across all different media. With the release of these two new Short Trips, Big Finish begin their contribution to this exciting saga, which will continue over the next few months, culminating in the thrilling multi-Doctor story Echoes of Extinction. But, … Continue reading TIME LORD VICTORIOUS: “Master Thief/Lesser Evils” Review

REVIEW: Torchwood- Red Base

The Torchwood monthly range continues with Red Base, written by James Goss. Set in Starr Base, a practice Mars base set up in a Welsh quarry, this story sees Andy Davidson (Tom Price) arrive to investigate the mysterious deaths of three crew members. As he becomes further involved, he finds himself trapped inside the base … Continue reading REVIEW: Torchwood- Red Base

Doctor Who: “Spyfall: Part One” Review

The Thirteenth Doctor is back in an exciting two-part story: "Spyfall". Written by Chris Chibnall, this story is the first time we've seen Jodie Whittaker and the gang since last year's New Year's special "Resolution". But has it been worth the wait? Read on to find out! The Doctor and the Fam First, let's talk … Continue reading Doctor Who: “Spyfall: Part One” Review

REVIEW: “Blood on Santa’s Claw and Other Stories”

The Doctor and Peri are joined by Joe Carnaby (Luke Allen-Gale), Peri's boyfriend, in this four-story Christmas anthology release. Written by Nev Fountain, Blood on Santa's Claw (and Other Stories) follows this new TARDIS team as they encounter werewolves, designer babies, an endless Christmas party and even Santa himself! But should it be put on … Continue reading REVIEW: “Blood on Santa’s Claw and Other Stories”

REVIEW: Ravenous 4

The Ravenous saga concludes with this four-part boxset, which features the epic combination of one Doctor, two companions, four Masters and the Eleven. Beware: this review will contain spoilers for all of the stories, so be sure to have listened to the set before you scroll any further. Seriously, you do not want this spoiled … Continue reading REVIEW: Ravenous 4

REVIEW: “The Second Oldest Question”

The Short Trips range continues with The Second Oldest Question, a brand new Fifth Doctor and Nyssa story written by Carrie Thompson. It's a delightfully oddball story, all about a village putting a chicken on trial for arson. With the Doctor taking on the role of the chicken's defendant, we gradually uncover the truth behind … Continue reading REVIEW: “The Second Oldest Question”