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Book Review: Scratchman by Tom Baker

It sometimes feels that, after 56 years, there’s little left to surprise you about Doctor Who. Thanks to the efforts of your Keith Barnfathers, Andrew Pixleys and Toby Hadokes, there…

Mark Donaldson
February 14th, 2019
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Big Finish Review: Devil in the Mist

Kicking off a new year of exciting Doctor Who adventures for the Main Range Big Finish has to offer is Devil in the Mist. Written by Cavan Scott it sees…

Jordan Shortman
February 12th, 2019

Big Finish Review: The False Guardian

After being distracted by Drashigs and disappearing mathematicians, the Doctor, Ann and K-9 are back on the trail of the Sinestrans’ mysterious benefactors as The Syndicate Masterplan Volume 1 comes…

Mark Donaldson
January 30th, 2019

Big Finish Review: The Enchantress of Numbers

So far in The Fourth Doctor Adventures: The Syndicate Masterplan, Ann Kelso has battled aliens on her home turf and has visited an alien planet. She’s also met one of…

Mark Donaldson
January 30th, 2019
The Crash of the UK-201 from Big Finish

Big Finish Review: The Crash of the UK-201

The Fourth and, so far, the final instalment of The Early Adventures range comes in the form of The Crash of the UK-201 by Jonathan Morris. It is a Vikki-centric…

Jordan Shortman
January 30th, 2019

Big Finish Review: Planet of the Drashigs

Big Finish’s latest Fourth Doctor boxed set The Syndicate Masterplan continues with new companion Ann Kelso’s first visit to an alien world and a return for one of Robert Holmes’…

Mark Donaldson
January 23rd, 2019

Big Finish Review: The Sinestran Kill

Big Finish’s latest series of adventures for the Fourth Doctor adopts the same boxed set format as last year, containing eight stories split across two months and two sets. This…

Mark Donaldson
January 20th, 2019

A great adventure through time and space

A stellar podcast from 2 great hosts in Garry and Adam. You can tell these guys are absolutely passionate about what they do and it's great to see. They give you the run down of this week's news to merch, then a review episode from Classic to New Who, as well as reviews on epsidodes from spin offs such as The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood. A must for any Doctor Who fan.

TheAshOfAwesome - iTunes

Love it

I love listening to Adam and Garry, definitely my favourite Doctor Who podcast. I cam to the party quite late, so I'm working my way through the back catalogue, this means I'm watching stories that I wouldn't normally choose to watch and I'm really enjoying them - which is fantastic. Thanks lads keep up the good work.

Devon Dan - iTunes

Great Show for New or Old Who Fans

Since discovering this podcast I have been hooked! The hosts approach even the more lacking episodes of Who (eg. Nightmare in Silver) with a warmth and enthusiasm that is a joy to listen to, always looking to find positives. The Merch corner segment is particularly enjoyable as it is a treat to listen to honest and constructive critiques of the wide range of Doctor Who merchandise that is out there. Keep up the good work!

Joe23 - Stitcher

BEST PODCAST IN THE WHONIVERSE!

This is my all time favourite podcast, I look forward to my weekly 'Friday Fix' of Garry & Adam reviewing New Who, Classic Who & more recently the addition of Sarah Jane Adventures & Torchwood - they give honest, detailed reviews, & including fan reviews is a key part of every episode. Keep up the good work guys, you always start off my weekend on a positive note! 👝

xXxSLBxXx - iTunes

A Whovian's Dream

I totally recommend this podcast, presented by two awesome Whovians who really know their stuff, it's an absolute treat to recieve this in my inbox each week. Packed full of Who news, merch and weekly modern/classic episode reviews, this is a Whovian's no.1 podcast and one you really should be listening to!!

Lewis Blackmore - iTunes