Ninth Doctor Into The Stars

Former companion Maureen O’Brien joins the next Ninth Doctor boxset

Christopher Eccleston’s Doctor heads Into the Stars alongside a familiar face or two.  Doctor Who audio producers Big Finish have released details of the guest cast for Christopher Eccleston’s next boxset. The Ninth Doctor Adventures: Into the Stars is due out in August and he’s once again joined by some impressive names. Distant worlds, alien … >

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Doctor of War: Genesis – Doctor Who audio boxset review

Big Finish play with the War Doctor concept in their Unbound range… but have they the right?  The multiverse is all the rage these days thanks to Marvel’s high-profile What If? concept. Of course, alternate dimensions and altered chronologies are nothing new for Doctor Who, from 1970’s ‘Inferno’ to the mixed up Earth of ‘The … >

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Ninth Doctor Into The Stars

Big Finish – The Ninth Doctor will meet the Sontarans on audio

Christopher Eccleston heads Into The Stars for three new Doctor Who audio adventures.  As the Ninth Doctor enjoys the Big Finish treatment, he’s getting the chance to meet a few old friends and foes. This incarnation saw plenty of Dalek action onscreen, but missed tussling with some of the show’s other major monsters. Now, with … >

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The Ninth Doctor Adventures: Lost Warriors – audio boxset review

Lost Warriors is the third boxset of adventures for Christopher Eccleston’s Ninth Doctor.  As with Respond To All Calls before it, these are three discrete Doctor Who tales with a thematic link, rather than a three-parter like Ravagers. Once again travelling alone, the Doctor finds allies on his adventures — all of which are Earthbound … >

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The Blazing Hour

Doctor Who audio drama The Blazing Hour review

In August 1999, Big Finish started their main range of Doctor Who audios with Sirens of Time, a multi-Doctor extravaganza and statement of arrival. This was followed by Phantasmagoria, a tale for the fifth Doctor (Peter Davison) and Turlough (Mark Strickson). In some ways it was this story that showed how the range could be a success by … >

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The Diary of River Song series 7 audio review

River Song has finished (for now?) working her way through the back catalogue of Doctors, and gets a chance to widen her horizons. In The Diary of River Song Series 7 that means Alex Kingston plays River in a variety of guises; holiday-maker, nun, potential murderer and detective. There’s no big arc, just four great … >

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