Shadow Planet Review

Big Finish are trying something slightly different with this trilogy in the Doctor Who Main Range, with having two one hour long stories in each release, seemingly related by similar titles. This month, we’re joining the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Hex with the stories Shadow Planet and World Apart; today, I’ll be reviewing the first of the two tales, Shadow Planet, written by AK Benedict.

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The Plague of Dreams Review

It’s not too often that we touch on the First Doctor’s era in Big Finish, but when we do, it tends to be terrific. With the release of the Companion Chronicles box set, The First Doctor: Volume Two, we’re being treated to four new tales from the First Doctor’s time in the TARDIS. Today, I’ll be reviewing the final story in the set, The Plague of Dreams.

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The Bonfires of The Vanities Review

It’s not too often that we touch on the First Doctor’s era in Big Finish, but when we do, it tends to be terrific. With the release of the Companion Chronicles box set, The First Doctor: Volume Two, we’re being treated to four new tales from the First Doctor’s time in the TARDIS. Today, I’ll be reviewing the penultimate story in the set, The Bonfires of The Vanities.

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Across The Darkened City Review

It’s not too often that we touch on the First Doctor’s era in Big Finish, but when we do, it tends to be terrific. With the release of the Companion Chronicles box set, The First Doctor: Volume Two, we’re being treated to four new tales from the First Doctor’s time in the TARDIS. Today, I’ll be reviewing the second story in the set, Across The Darkened City.

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Fields of Terror Review

It’s not too often that we touch on the First Doctor’s era in Big Finish, but when we do, it tends to be terrific. With the release of the Companion Chronicles box set, The First Doctor: Volume Two, we’re being treated to four new tales from the First Doctor’s time in the TARDIS. Today, I’ll be reviewing the first story in the set, The Fields of Terror.

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