The Switching Review

Big Finish recently released another five stories in their Short Trips Rarities range, giving us mere mortals the chance to hear the stories that subscribers got for free in the past. In what seems to be an annual tradition, Big Finish allow us five of these releases at a bargain price of £2.25. Today, I’ll be reviewing the first story released this year, The Switching featuring the Third Doctor.

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The Blame Game Review

The Blame Game

If you don’t have loads of free time to lounge around listening to Big Finish audios, the Short Trips range are a great place to get your Doctor Who fix; likewise if you’re on a tight budget, at just £2.99 it’s hard to go wrong. This months Short Trip, The Blame Game features the Third Doctor, Liz Shaw and the Meddling Monk (Yippee!)

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DWM #495- First Date!

DWM495Doctor Who Magazine #495 is due to be released this Thursday and features Alex Kingston and Paul McGann as this months cover stars. This is obviously due to the recent Big Finish release The Diary of River Song, where River Song crosses paths with the Eighth Doctor. (You can read my reviews here, here, here and here).

This issue features interviews with both Paul McGann and Alex Kingston, as well as looking back at the 1974 story Death to The Daleks. Big Finish also promised some exciting news within these pages so it will undoubtedly be well worth the read.

Doctor Who Magazine #495 will be released Thursday 7th January 2016 and will cost £4.99 or $9.99 and will be available in all good newsagents.

The Defining Speeches of Classic Who

FirstDoctor Who has some cracking speeches in it, and it’s my belief that each Doctor has a speech that sums up their era, a speech that makes that Doctor The Doctor. Continuing on from my previous article, The Defining Speeches of New Who, this edition looks at all the classic series Doctors, and what, in my opinion, is their best speech.

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