Prisoner of The Ood Review

Jenny is back, and she’s going out to explore the universe. As someone who’s about a day old, how will she see the cosmos? With wonder, trepidation, or panic? There’s only one way to find out. Today, I’m reviewing the second story in this Jenny box set, Prisoner of The Ood by John Dorney.

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Stolen Goods Review

Jenny is back, and she’s going out to explore the universe. As someone who’s about a day old, how will she see the cosmos? With wonder, trepidation, or panic? There’s only one way to find out. Today, I’m reviewing the first story in this Jenny box set, Stolen Goods by Matt Fitton.

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Doctor Who Fans and Change- A Ramble

I really wish I didn’t have to write this article. Or, if I did write this article, it would have the same title yet be constructed and feature totally different aspects of the fandom. I’m aware this is an incredibly sensitive topic in the Doctor Who fandom at the moment; and what better way to come back after a few weeks off, than with my hot take?
This is what I think of the “controversy” surrounding Doctor Who lately, mainly regarding Doctor Who Magazine and the new Time Team.

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The Taste of Death Review

After the rather good release that was The Ninth Doctor Chronicles, Big Finish have released, somewhat unsurprisingly The Tenth Doctor Chronicles, four stories featuring the Tenth Doctor, played by Jake Dudman, and one of the Tenth Doctor’s companions. Today, I’ll be reviewing the first story in the set, The Taste of Death by Helen Goldwyn.

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