The Doctor Falls Initial Thoughts

So, here we are. The end of Series 10. That’s it. No more Saturday night Twelfth Doctor. The last time we’ll see Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor will be on a Monday. It’s a weird thought, but that’s Christmas for you. Bill is dead. Missy is dead. The Master is dead. The Twelfth Doctor is nearly dead. Nardole is seemingly trapped on a doomed ship. Moffat, you made it bleak.

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Anticipating The Doctor Falls

This is it. The end. The moment has been prepared for. We’ve seen the end. Twice. I think the latter end we saw at the beginning of last weeks World Enough and Time might well be the real end though. Bill is a Cyberman, John Simm’s Master has returned, Missy is seemingly siding with him, and for the Doctor, time is against him. This is stacking up to be a cracker of a finale. The question is, when will we know who the Thirteenth Doctor is what do I anticipate from The Doctor Falls?

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How To Win Planets And Influence People Review

It’s no secret that I love Rufus Hound’s Monk. If you’ve read any review of mine that includes Hound’s Monk, you will know that I absolutely adore him. Today, the Monk is against the Fourth Doctor whilst trying to give a presentation on How To Win Planets And Influence People.

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World Apart 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 latter of the two tales, World Apart, written by Scott Handcock.

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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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