Retrieval Review

It’s time to get old school. With new school. With the oldest school possible. That’s right, this week on GallifreyArchive, I’ll be reviewing the four tales featuring both new and old UNIT teams in a battle with the oldest team the Earth has to offer, the Silurians and Sea Devils. Today, I’ll be reviewing the penultimate story in the set, Retrieval.

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Tidal Wave Review

It’s time to get old school. With new school. With the oldest school possible. That’s right, this week on GallifreyArchive, I’ll be reviewing the four tales featuring both new and old UNIT teams in a battle with the oldest team the Earth has to offer, the Silurians and Sea Devils. Today, I’ll be reviewing the second story in the set, Tidal Wave.

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Call To Arms Review

It’s time to get old school. With new school. With the oldest school possible. That’s right, this week on GallifreyArchive, I’ll be reviewing the four tales featuring both new and old UNIT teams in a battle with the oldest team the Earth has to offer, the Silurians and Sea Devils. Today, I’ll be reviewing the first story in the set, Call To Arms.

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The Haunting of Malkin Place Review

The Doctor and Romana are going back in time this month, after spending last months adventure with an ape in Dethras. From the title of this month’s outing, it seems that things might be getting somewhat spooky. The question is, will The Haunting of Malkin Place by scarily good, or will it be dead on arrival?

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Cortex Fire 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 Sixth Doctor and Flip with the stories Vortex Ice and Cortex Fire; today, I’ll be reviewing the latter of the two tales, Cortex Fire, written by Ian Potter.

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Vortex Ice 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 Sixth Doctor and Flip with the stories Vortex Ice and Cortex Fire; today, I’ll be reviewing the first of the two tales, Vortex Ice, written by Jonathan Morris.

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