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Doctor Who's First Openly Gay Companion: Why It Actually DOES Matter
Tony shows what it would be like if it really ‘didn’t matter.’ First, let’s say some important things. Doctor Who has always been one of the more sexuality-broad shows on television, at least in terms of much of its fan base – it’s difficult to think of ano...
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Big Finish: Doctor Who - THE SILENT SCREAM Review
Tony’s watching movies. Bring popcorn. Hollywood loves nothing better than printing its own legend – or at least that part of its own legend it thinks will make a good story. Hollywood also famously eats its own, being a combination of the land of dreams an...
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Big Finish: Doctor Who - THE JUSTICE OF JALXAR Review
Tony’s feeling justified. In 2013, it was 36 years since Tom Baker, Trevor Baxter and Christopher Benjamin had first made Doctor Who magic together in the Robert Holmes and Philip Hinchcliffe goth-classic, The Talons of Weng Chiang. Since then, Benjamin and...
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This Week In DOCTOR WHO History: April 2nd to April 8th
The Doctor peeks over things this week in Doctor Who history... Click on any red text to read our full retrospectives/reviews for that episode. All dates and
viewing figures are for UK premier broadcasts unless otherwise stated. April 2nd We kick off anoth...
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This Week In DOCTOR WHO History: March 26th to April 1st
It's time to run, this week in Doctor Who history. Click on any red text to read our full retrospectives/reviews for that episode. All dates and
viewing figures are for UK premier broadcasts unless otherwise stated. March 26th It's a bumper week in Doctor ...
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Big Finish: Doctor Who - ZALTYS Review
Tony’s seeing monsters. There are many different ways of writing successful Doctor Who. You can fling your imagination wildly out to the far edges of possibility, you can turn ordinary things into dark-tinged terrors, you can extrapolate a satirical idea in...
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Big Finish: Torchwood - VISITING HOURS Review
Tony’s in for more than a routine procedure. There’s a flippant observation that can be made about most great literary or TV detectives: sooner or later, they become the equivalent of a Jonah, attracting death and devastation wherever they go. It’s the inev...
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BAKER'S END 2: GOBBLEKNOLL HALL Review
Tony goes down to Gobbleknoll Hall. Baker’s End, the newish series of audio stories set in the world given half a twist that is the village of Happenstance, where someone called ‘Tom Baker’ lives, played in the audios by…erm…Tom Baker…is weird . Gloriously,...
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Big Finish: Doctor Who - DOOM COALITION 4 Review
Tony joins the Coalition. There’s a defining moment in Paul McGann’s triumphant five-minute return to TV as the Eighth Doctor, The Night of the Doctor. Dead already, but choosing to live, choosing to become a warrior and finally engage with the Time War, he...
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Doctor Who: THE TENTH DOCTOR #3.3 Review @comicstitan
Tony’s building a wall. A great wall. S’gonna be great. And Tibet’s gonna pay for it. There is a perverse temptation when it comes to writing Doctor Who. Given the possibility of going anywhere and anywhen, of telling any story you can possibly imagine, the...
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