Big Finish Review – The Time War 2

Review by Doctor Squee (Host of Gallifrey Stands Podcast)


Paul McGann’s 8th Doctor takes us deeper into his stint in proceedings in the earlier days of the Time War and we see more hints at how he becomes the disillusioned man we see in Night of the Doctor. Continue reading

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BBC release teaser for Doctor Who Series 11!

Doctor Who fans across the world got their first glimpse of the Time Lord’s new companions in a specially-filmed preview of the new series, due to air later this year on BBC one.

The 50 second teaser debuted during the halftime time break of the World Cup Final between France and Croatia, being shown in the U.K. on BBC One. Continue reading

Audio Review: The Wireless Theatre Company – Red Moon 3&4

Review by Ian McArdell


With the third and fourth instalments of Red Moon, The Wireless Theatre Company’s six-part alternate history take on the space race, the conspiracy escalates and tensions spill over into action as two of our principal characters collide.

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Review: Short Trips – The Siege of Big Ben

Review by Doctor Squee (Host of Gallifrey Stands Podcast)


When is the Doctor not the Doctor? When he is the meta crisis Doctor Donna! I know, the old ones are the best!! Continue reading

Review: Torchwood – Goodbye Piccadilly

Review by Doctor Squee (Host of Gallifrey Stands Podcast)


PC Andy (Tom Price) wakes up in the 1950’s naked, chained to a bed (don’t you just hate when that happens!); when he finds he is joined by (and was brought there by) Folgate (Samuel Barnett) things go from the ridiculous to the sublime. Continue reading

Torchwood returns for Sixth Season in Big Finish Audio

Acclaimed Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood is returning but is the team ready for its greatest threat to date…? They’ll be fighting an alien god in the fiery start to series 6: Torchwood – God Among Us Continue reading

Review: Doctor Who – Iron Bright

Review by Doctor Squee (Host of Gallifrey Stands Podcast)


The Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) is flying solo when you finds himself London 1828 and faced with Marc (Christopher Fairbank) and Isambard (James MacCallum) Kingdom Brunel. The famous father & son Mechanics and Civil Engineers which the Doctor is a fan off. But before he can enjoy meeting his heroes the Doctor finds there is a ghostly mystery plaguing their latest project of the Thames Tunnel. But the truth is even more other worldly than that. The Doctor must act fast to save this world and hopefully another in the process. Continue reading

Review: Doctor Who – The Lure of the Nomad

Review by Kenton Hall


First things first, it’s great to have a “Something of the Something” title that feels fresh and evocative. Unlike this piece, which I was sorely tempted to called “The Review of the Story”.
It’s not surprising, however, as “The Lure of the Nomad” comes from the same writer who gave us the how-hasn’t-that-happened-before “The Silurian Candidate”, which may be my favourite Doctor Who story title ever.

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Doctor Who spin-off ‘Class’ returns in Big Finish audio

The Doctor Who spin off CLASS created by Young Adult author Patrick Ness returns in six new audio tales from Big Finish Productions. Coming out in August 2018, six new adventures from the world of Coal Hill Academy.
Coal Hill School (later Academy) was introduced in the first television episode of Doctor Who, An Unearthly Child, in 1963, and has had numerous appearances ever since including the 50th Anniversary Special, The Day of the DoctorClass, a Doctor Who spin-off series created by young adult author Patrick Ness, consisted of eight episodes in a self-contained series that were broadcast in 2016. But Coal Hill Academy still has more secrets hidden in its walls…

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