Behind the Scenes of the Tom Baker Years

Reeltime Pictures’ series of Behind the Scenes releases continues with the first volume dedicated to the Tom Baker era. These six documentaries are the best in-depth interviews with Graham Williams (Producer), David Fisher (Writer), Andrew Smith (Writer) and June Hudson (Costume Designer) ever undertaken! Plus special productions featuring Genesis of the Daleks team Michael Wisher…

Review: Doctor Who: Big Finish Audio: The Eleven 1.1: All for One

After spotting a TARDIS drifting in the vortex, the Sixth Doctor and Constance Clarke encounter the Eleven. And his wife. It’s Colin Baker’s turn to encounter Mark Bonnar’s unusual Time Lord in this new box set of single disc stories with Lizzie Hopley’s tale acting as a good introduction to the character for those who’ve…

Review: Doctor Who: Books: The Essential Terrance Dicks, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2

By Terrance Dicks BBC Books, out now Almost two years to the day that he passed away, we remember Terrance Dicks in this fan-curated selection of his ‘best’ Target Doctor Who novelisations, split across two hardbacks. Nostalgia is the key here. For a certain segment of people, holding a Terrance Dicks hardback in your hands…

After the Daleks and Before the Yeti…

The latest batch of Doctor Who: Early Adventures is out today, chronicling the aftermath of the Dalek Invasion and visiting Det-Sen Monastery long before the Abominable Snowmen arrive… After the Daleks explores what happens in the aftermath of 1964 television episode The Dalek Invasion of Earth, with Carole Ann Ford reprising her original role as classic companion…

Review: Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen by Cavan Scott & George Mann, Ivan Rodriguez, Walter Geovanni, et al.

Collection published: 2017 Contents originally published: 2016 Acquired: September 2018 Read: May 2021 D…

Review: Doctor Who: Official Secrets by Cavan Scott, Adriana Melo, and Cris Bolson

Collection published: 2017 Contents originally published: 2016-17 Acquired: March 2020 Read: May 2021 Do…

Review: Doctor Who: Big Finish Audio: The Ninth Doctor Adventures 2.2: Fright Motif

Paris 1946 – and the Doctor is on the trail of a creature that hunts by sound… Tim Foley’s musical tale maintains the standard set by the opener for this second box set, Respond to All Calls, with a story that will have more resonance for anybody either musically talented or who loves to listen.…

Review: Doctor Who: Big Finish Audio: The Lost Stories 6.2: The Doomsday Contract

The Doctor is subpoenaed as an expert witness… Nev Fountain’s adaptation of John Lloyd’s Douglas Adams era tale for the fourth Doctor, Romana and K9 embraces all that’s great (and not so great) about the period, slotting neatly into the stories where two show-offs and a robot dog travelled the universe, making clever quips and…

Wonderful Books – Based On The Popular BBC Television Serial

The Fourth Edition of this comprehensive guide to the novelisations of broadcast Doctor Who is now available to download. Including details of all the latest print and audiobook releases, with the Classic Era entirely novelised at long last; additional facts about the books and their covers, including further editions and new uses of the artwork since the Third Edition three years ago; completely revised, precise word counts for every book; exclusive chapters-per-episode charts showing how page counts varied for each serial; and additional context of the most recent episodes on TV when each book was published.