Architect of Destruction Review

This release is something slightly different; according to Doctor Who Magazine, Time In Office is an anthology release, following the Fifth Doctor’s time in office as President of Gallifrey. Each of the fourth parts focusses on a different period in this point of the Doctor’s history, and today I’ll be reviewing the final part, Architect of Destruction.

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History Repeating Review

This release is something slightly different; according to Doctor Who Magazine, Time In Office is an anthology release, following the Fifth Doctor’s time in office as President of Gallifrey. Each of the fourth parts focusses on a different period in this point of the Doctor’s history, and today I’ll be reviewing the penultimate part, History Repeating.

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Past Indiscretions Review

This release is something slightly different; according to Doctor Who Magazine, Time In Office is an anthology release, following the Fifth Doctor’s time in office as President of Gallifrey. Each of the fourth parts focusses on a different period in this point of the Doctor’s history, and today I’ll be reviewing the second part, Past Indiscretions.

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Period of Adjustment Review

This release is something slightly different; according to Doctor Who Magazine, Time In Office is an anthology release, following the Fifth Doctor’s time in office as President of Gallifrey. Each of the fourth parts focusses on a different period in this point of the Doctor’s history, and today I’ll be reviewing the first part, Period of Adjustment.

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Empire of The Racnoss Review

It’s that time of the year again, when classic Doctors find themselves about New-Who monsters. In this second set, we’re joined by the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth incarnations of our favourite Time Lord in a slew of new stories. Today, I’ll be reviewing the second story in the set, Empire of The Racnoss, starring the Fifth Doctor.

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Dalek Soul Review

Big Finish are trying something slightly different over the next three months with the Doctor Who Main Range, with having two hour long stories in each release, seemingly related by similar titles. This month, we’re joining the Fifth Doctor and Nyssa with the stories Alien Heart and Dalek Soul; today, I’ll be reviewing the second of the two tales, Dalek Soul, written by Guy Adams.

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Alien Heart Review

Big Finish are trying something slightly different over the next three months with the Doctor Who Main Range, with having two hour long stories in each release, seemingly related by similar titles. This month, we’re joining the Fifth Doctor and Nyssa with the stories Alien Heart and Dalek Soul; today, I’ll be reviewing the first of the two tales, Alien Heart, written by Stephen Cole.

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