Doctor Who Short Trips: Under Odin’s Eye review

Under Odin’s Eye brings another sixth Doctor and Peri story to the Short Trips range. Performed by Nicola Bryant (absent from these shores for a while), it tells of dark happenings at the local ODIN megastore. Set on an alien world with a fascination for twenty-first century Earth’s Scandinavian aesthetic, is all well at the … >

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Thirteenth Doctor book released in December ahead of Series 12 in 2020

To celebrate the return of Doctor Who in early 2020, BBC Books will publish a unique collection of name-dropping historical adventures inspired by Jodie Whittaker’s first series as the Doctor.   Doctor Who: Star Tales will be released on December 5, 2019. This could mean that Doctor Who Series 12 will premiere soon after the … >

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Doctor Who Season 23 Blu-ray announced

Doctor Who Season 23, the next instalment in The Collection Blu-ray range featuring the sixth Doctor, will be available on September 23.   The season (The Trial of a Time Lord) includes the following stories from 1986: The Mysterious Planet Mindwarp Terror of the Vervoids The Ultimate Foe   A specially shot announcement trailer, written … >

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Doctor Who missing adventure ‘The Faceless Ones’ to be animated in 2020

The Faceless Ones, the mostly-missing eighth serial from Season Four of Doctor Who, is the next story to have the missing episodes animated. With surviving audio and clips, animators have recreated the run which starred Patrick Troughton as the second Doctor, and portraying the companions, Michael Craze as Ben Jackson, Anneke Wills as Polly Wright … >

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Doctor Who: Third Doctor Adventures Volume 5 review

This fifth set of third Doctor adventures delivers two milestones and both in the first story. Alongside Kay Manning’s Jo Grant and Tim Treloar’s Doctor, we now have a recast Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (Jon Culshaw) and Liz Shaw (Daisy Ashford, daughter of Caroline John who played the part originally). It’s also two intriguing two-disc stories. Writer … >

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UNIT Series 8: Incursions review

First appearing in 2013’s The Power Of Three, the modern incarnation of UNIT enjoyed a smattering of appearances onscreen with both the Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors, dealing with Zygons, Missy and her Cyber-minions. On audio they have been rather more prolific, notching up eight boxsets of adventures which have featured a mix of old enemies … >

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Doctor Who Main Range 251: The Moons Of Vulpana review

In the second part of this trilogy featuring Mags, the Seventh Doctor appears to be up to his old manipulative tricks as he brings his new travelling companion home. While Titan Comics’ 2018 Hill Of Beans strip visited one of its moons, this story brings us to Vulpana itself; back in history to an apparent … >

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Torchwood: Sync review

The third in the new series of Doctor Who monster themed Torchwood specials teams the unlikely duo of Susie Costello and Margaret Blaine, who are thrown together to deal with an unexpected alien incursion that threatens to rain down death and destruction on the planet. Costello was the former second-in-command at the Hub, who hid … >

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Doctor Who: The Monsters Of Gokroth review

The latest main range trilogy kicks off with the return of an old friend as the Seventh Doctor catches up with Mags, Jessica Martin’s werewolf character from 1988’s The Greatest Show In The Galaxy. While that story left her with the Psychic Circus, we pick up some time later with Mags in search of a … >

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