Doctor Who Main Range 254: Emissary of the Daleks review

After creating a well-received encounter for the 1980s era Cybermen last year, writer Andrew Smith again returns to the Monthly Adventures – this time pitting the Sixth Doctor against the Daleks. Arriving on a remote planet, principally to satisfy the Doctor’s curiosity regarding such an isolated society, he and Peri find a world under occupation. … >

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HBO Max to stream Doctor Who in America

WarnerMedia has announced that its streaming platform HBO Max has acquired the exclusive rights to stream all eleven series of Doctor Who starting in spring of 2020. This includes every episode in the most recently rebooted series, dating back to 2005. As part of their deal with BBC studios, they will stream episodes of Doctor … >

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Christopher Eccleston memoir to be released next month

I Love the Bones of You, a memoir penned by Christopher Eccleston, will be be released in September. The book will explore Eccleston’s life growing up in working-class Salford, his deep-rooted desire to perform on stage and the development of his acting career which includes his film debut in Let Him Have It, the BBC’s … >

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Doctor Who: Battle Scars review

The July 2019 Doctor Who Short Trips release from Big Finish is a Selim Ulug tale, Battle Scars. It’s a Ninth Doctor story, performed by Nick Briggs and set very much near (if not at) the beginning of the Ninth Doctor’s time. There’s no Rose, instead a family living in Southampton in 1912. It turns … >

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Doctor Who: The Legacy of Time review

Big Finish have been creating Doctor Who audio adventures for twenty years. During that time, they have worked with multiple Doctors, most of the companions and a whole host of popular characters and villains from the television series, as well as creating a universe of their own. As is traditional, this milestone is being celebrated … >

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The Further Adventures Of Lucie Miller Volume 1 review

Sheridan Smith takes up the reins of Lucie Miller, companion to Paul McGann’s eighth Doctor, for the first time in a full-cast audio adventure since To The Death, a gap of more than eight years. The good news is Sheridan is spot-on in her recreation of Lucie. she gets the exact mix of personality for … >

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