Doctor Who Cover Art: 'The Flying Dutchman' & 'Displaced'

The Flying Dutchman / Displaced – Doctor Who Monthly Adventures 268 audio review

The Flying Dutchman and Displaced form a double-header of two-part stories for September’s monthly Doctor Who range release. This time, we are back with the Seventh Doctor, travelling with both Ace and Hex (Phillip Oliver). The Flying Dutchman With Hex complaining that their adventures barely afford them a break, the TARDIS materialises on an 18th … >

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Doctor Who Subterfuge cover artwork

Subterfuge – Doctor Who Monthly Adventures 262 audio review

Subterfuge concludes the latest trilogy of Doctor Who Monthly Adventures from Big Finish. Each story has brought back allies and set familiar foes against the Seventh Doctor. Dark Universe saw him teamed with an older Ace and battling The Eleven, while The Psychic Circus involved The Master. Similarly, Subterfuge sees the Meddling Monk interfering in … >

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The Psychic Circus – Doctor Who Monthly Adventures 261 audio review

The Psychic Circus serves as both sequel and prequel to The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, the Season 25 story. With writer Stephen Wyatt returning to his creation, it also reunites original cast members with Sylvester McCoy’s Seventh Doctor. With a junk mail robot taunting the Doctor about being scared, the story begins with familiar … >

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Dark Universe – Doctor Who Monthly Adventures 260 audio review

Dark Universe heralds a fresh year of Doctor Who Monthly Adventures at Big Finish. It is a release which makes narrative connections in many directions, but the headline must its be choice of companion. Set some twenty years after they travelled together, the story sees the Seventh Doctor encounter Ace. The other notable familiar face … >

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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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Doctor Who Main Range 252: An Alien Werewolf In London review

Through this recent trilogy of monthly adventures, the Seventh Doctor has reconnected with Mags, the werewolf character first seen in Season 25’s The Greatest Show In The Galaxy. The pair have survived both The Monsters Of Gokroth and Mags’ own ancestors living under The Moons Of Vulpana, but for the final tale they are in … >

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Classic Doctor Who available free on Pluto TV

Classic Doctor Who, featuring the first through the seventh Doctor, is available for streaming on Pluto TV. Pluto TV is a 100 percent free streaming service and the channel, like the rest of the channels on Pluto TV, is ad-supported. Viewers can watch classic Doctor Who featuring William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter … >

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