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 cafĂ© 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: Torchwood – The Crown

The final Torchwood release of 2020, The Crown by Jonathan Barnes, sees the return of Queen Victoria in a chilling, Christmassy ghost story. It opens on Christmas Eve, with Doctor Gideon Parr (Derek Riddell) being called away to an asylum. There, he meets Victoria (Rowena Cooper), who tells him a story about a mysterious vagrant, … Continue reading REVIEW: Torchwood – The Crown

Torchwood: “Tropical Beach Sounds and Other Relaxing Seascapes #4” Review

The Torchwood monthly range returns after a month's absence with Tropical Beach Sounds and Other Relaxing Seascapes #4 (what a title!), written by Tim Foley and starring none other than Sir Michael Palin of Monty Python fame. One of the things I love about the audio medium is how it can stretch the limits of … Continue reading Torchwood: “Tropical Beach Sounds and Other Relaxing Seascapes #4” Review

Torchwood One: Latter Days Review

The Torchwood One team return for a third series of adventures with Torchwood One: Latter Days. Revolving around the theme of retirement, this set follows three key characters as they navigate their lives post-Torchwood. Read on for my reviews of each story. 1. "Retirement Plan" by Gareth David-Lloyd The set opens with Retirement Plan, a … Continue reading Torchwood One: Latter Days Review

Torchwood: “The Vigil” Review

The Torchwood monthly range continues with The Vigil by Lou Morgan, a tale that follows Tosh as she brings the body of an ex-colleague, Sebastian Vaughan, back to his family home. We flash from past to present, uncovering the circumstances leading to Tosh's mission, and the relationship between her and Sebastian. Morgan has an excellent … Continue reading Torchwood: “The Vigil” Review

Torchwood: God Among Us 3 Review

The God Among Us saga concludes with this third and final volume, which sees the Torchwood team take on urban legends, a grieving mother, the Disaster Recovery Committee and God herself! Read on to see my thoughts on each story. 1. "A Mother's Son" by Alexandria Riley Written by Alexandria Riley, who also plays Ng … Continue reading Torchwood: God Among Us 3 Review

Torchwood: “Night of the Fendahl” Review

Big Finish kicks off a new series of Torchwoodaudio adventures with Night of the Fendahl, by Tim Foley. Given how much I've enjoyed Foley's stories for Aliens/God Among Us and Gallifrey, and taking into account the immensely high quality of previous Torchwood audios, I was incredibly excited to get into this one... and I'm glad … Continue reading Torchwood: “Night of the Fendahl” Review

Torchwood: God Among Us 2 Review

It's been a long wait since October, but the second installment in  Torchwood: God Among Us is finally out. With the last set ending on several cliffhangers, it's time to see how they're all resolved. Let's find out how God Among Us 2 shapes up! 1. "Flight 405" by Lou Morgan God Among Us 2 begins with a story by Torchwood newcomer Lou Morgan, whose first script for the range is a fine opener to … Continue reading Torchwood: God Among Us 2 Review