Audio Review: Children of the Stones

Review by Ian McArdell


Children of the Stones is a new podcast audio drama, produced by BaffleGab for BBC Radio 4, and based on a story first presented in the 1977 HTV television series, which starred a pre-Blakes’s 7 Gareth Thomas. Famously terrifying, it follows the story of the Brake family, a father and son who move to Milbury; a village famous for its prominent circle of standing stones. This new interpretation, from writers AK Benedict and Guy Adams, comprises ten episodes which vary in length from twelve to twenty-one minutes, and runs to just over two and a half hours. The bones of the tale remain as before; although the writers have shifted a few of the pieces around to suit more modern ears.


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Doctor Who releases anthology ‘Adventures in Lockdown’ with writers including Neil Gaiman, Steven Moffatt & Russel T Davies

Penguin Random House will be publishing Doctor Who: Adventures in Lockdown, a collection of stories written by Doctor Who writers in response to COVID-19, in aid of BBC Children in Need.

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Review: Doctor Who – Shadow of the Daleks 1

Review by Jacob Licklider


Shadow of the Daleks is an interesting idea for a Doctor Who Big Finish release, at least for the Main Range. Instead of a single release, this is a story arc crossing two releases made up of eight individual episodes from different writers, all with the conceit of the Time War breaking into the life of the Fifth Doctor and a collection of people. This review is of only the first release, as it serves as the October Main Range release, Shadow of the Daleks 1, as the second installment has not been released and the story has not been concluded. As a series of four individual stories that have an overarching narrative, I will be foregoing any sort of format and just talking about what strikes me as this is a very different type of story. Listeners going in should expect that the title Shadow of the Daleks is apt as while the Daleks appear, and Nicholas Briggs is always excellent, they are not the focal point, staying in the literal shadows of each of the four episodes. The implication is that they are fighting the Time War, and possibly dragging earlier Doctors into events in a gambit to win, but as it stands there isn’t much to know of what they are. They are even referred to only as the Enemy in one of the stories which brings back images of the Eighth Doctor Adventures and Virgin New Adventures where the Terry Nation estate did not allow their use in the novels.

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BBC Children in Need release limited edition Doctor Who Pudsey’s

This year BBC Children in Need have created some super special Limited Edition Bears in collaboration with some of your favourite TV shows! The Tenth Doctor Who Pudsey as David Tennant is super cute and ready to jump in the TARDIS for adventures!

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Review: Time Lord Victorious – He Kills Me, He Kills Me Not

Review by Michael Goleniewski


On a whirlwind solo trip to see the Seven Hundred Wonders of the Universe, the Eighth Doctor decides to travel to a pleasure planet filled with floating cities, large-scale oceans, and a wondrous statue that’s all the talk of the galaxy. But upon arriving, he finds an inhospitable desert filled with metal debris and a young woman with a peculiar Ood servant, both of whom are injured and seemingly desperate for help. As the group makes their way across the landscape to a battered ramshackle town, a ruthless killer is waiting for the opportunity to make his move. But a bigger problem is hiding behind the scenes that’s about to drag the Doctor headlong into something far nastier…..

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Big Finish explore the origins of John Hurt’s doctor in ‘Doctor Who: The War Doctor Begins’

Big Finish, in association with BBC Studios, today announces the forthcoming full-cast audio drama series, Doctor Who: The War Doctor Begins. Newcomer Jonathon Carley is set to star as a younger version of the War Doctor. in four brand-new box sets of adventures for the Doctor’s disavowed alter ego, due for release starting from June 2021.

“The name I chose is the Doctor. The name you choose, it’s like a promise you make. He’s the one who broke the promise. He is my secret.”

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Doctor Who Console/PC game ‘The Edge of Reality’ announced

As part of the New York Comic Con Metaverse event the BBC have announced a new game ‘Doctor Who – The Edge of Reality‘ game coming to consoles & PC.

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Comic Con’s Metaverse reveal Daleks animated series first look

Doctor Who fans were treated to some big surprises today, as the Time Lord Victorious panel at New York Comic Con X MCM Comic Con Metaverse revealed a first look for the hotly anticipated Daleks! animation and announced 12th November as the launch date for episode one.


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Doctor Who Festive Special 2020 first images released

BBC America and HBO Max have have released the first images from this year’s Doctor Who Festive Special ‘Revolution Of The Daleks’

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Doctor Who Time Lord Victorious Blu-ray Announced

The Dark Times threaten all of space and time, and the Doctor’s path to becoming the Time Lord Victorious has been centuries in the making. But when did it start? You can mark the path to Time Lord Victorious with this new Blu-ray release, containing multiple classic and modern Doctor Who stories.


This compendium of stories all link into Time Lord Victorious, and allow you to catch up on some of the alien races and creatures found in the Dark Times. Continue reading