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Scourge of the Cybermen – Doctor Who audio novel review

Scourge of the Cybermen is the first of a new range of “audio novels” – in other words, enhanced audiobooks, as distinct from audio dramas – from Big Finish. Written by Simon Guerrier, it uses the format to tell a “Target books” style story; over more than seven hours, the tale mirrors the structure of … >

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Return of the Cybermen – Doctor Who The Lost Stories 6.1 audio review

Return of the Cybermen is the latest of Big Finish’s Doctor Who Lost Stories. While most such tales derive from commissioned storylines that went no further, or ultimately rejected scripts, this is something different. Written for Tom Baker’s first season, the production team of the day felt that the script by Gerry Davis (Cyberman co-creator … >

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Join David Tennant and Catherine Tate for live tweets during Doctor Who watch-along

Following six successful fan watch-longs, Doctor Who Magazine writer Emily Cook has organized another communal fan watch-along and live tweet-along of the Doctor Who series 4 two-part story The Stolen Earth and Journey’s End with David Tennant (the Doctor) and Catherine Tate (Donna Noble), John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness), Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones), writer Russell … >

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Doctor Who’s K9 to appear in a new series for children

According to Nicola Methven in the Mirror, the Doctor’s robot dog K9 will be the stand-alone star of its own television series for children. “The series will see a re-designed K9, who appears to be a bit battle damaged, taking part in a space war.” “A source revealed: ‘He’s going to look more industrial and … >

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Doctor Who: Scratchman, a novel by Tom Baker

Scratchman, the novelization of a script for a Doctor Who story intended for the big screen is available for preorder for delivery on January 24, 2019. The novelisation was written by Tom Baker, an actor best known for his role as the fourth Doctor in Doctor Who from 1974-1981. Tom Baker describes his experience of writing … >

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Jacqueline Pearce dies at 74

Best known for role as Supreme Commander Servalan in the popular BBC science fiction series Blake’s 7, Jacqueline Pearce has died at the age of 74 shortly after being diagnosed with lung cancer, according to the Press Association, via Lizo Mzimba on Twitter. Terribly sad news. Blake’s 7 star Jacqueline Pearce who played Servalan has … >

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