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.

Voyager (From Stockbridge to Segonus: A Doctor Who Magazine Comics Marathon, Part 6)

Collection published: 2007 Contents originally published: 1984-85 Acquired: January 2008 Read: January 2021 …

Today’s Reviews: An askew view of Who

The Doctor Who annuals sometimes bore little resemblance to the TV series they were based on – but occasionally they hit the mark. The fourth collection of stories collected for audio is now out Louise  Jameson has provided her Doctor’s voice before and there’s a lovely resonance to it that Dan Starkey echoes in his…

Review: Doctor Who: Books: Bookwyrm volume 1

By Anthony Wilson and Robert Smith? ATB Press, out now A subjective look back at the New Adventures. It’s sometimes sobering to remember that Doctor Who on TV came to an end nearly 30 years ago – at least in its classic form. The period between Survival and the TV Movie, in fictional terms, was…

Interview: Doctor Who: David J. Howe: The Who Adventures

Telos Publishing has recently announced that they are publishing The Who Adventures, a look back at the fiction ranges run by Virgin Publishing during the 1990s at a time when most fans did not expect Doctor Who to return. Its author, noted Doctor Who historian David J. Howe, explains the book’s genesis…   What made…

Today’s Reviews: Return to Nerva

There’s a chance to hear an alternate version of the encounter between the Fourth Doctor, Sarah and Harry Sullivan and the Cybermen in Big Finish’s latest Lost Story. There’s a great deal that didn’t get fundamentally altered, because it did work, and what we have here works well in its own right. Click here to…

Revisit The Sirens of Time for free

As Doctor Who – The Monthly Adventures (otherwise known as “The Main Range”) marks its 275th and final release this week, Big Finish is celebrating with a special free download edition of the very first audio adventure – and it’s only available till Thursday night. While the UK remains in lockdown due to the coronavirus…