Big Finish Review: The Dalek Occupation of Winter

The Early Adventures are back! Following on from a very successful year in 2017 with the adventures of the Second Doctor, Polly, Ben, Jamie and Zoe. The Dalek Occupation of…

Jordan Shortman
October 4th, 2018

Big Finish Review: Doctor Who – The Dispossessed

The latest audio adventure for the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Mel take them to a normal estate. Like the previous McCoy release this year, it effortlessly manages to capture the…

Jordan Shortman
October 4th, 2018

Big Finish Review: Class Volume 2

Volume 2 of the new adventures for the Class gang features three new episodes, each one giving our characters some exciting new threats to face. And what fun it is!…

Jordan Shortman
September 3rd, 2018

Big Finish Review: Class Volume One

Class is back in session. After having been cancelled in 2016, after one series, Class has been resurrected by Big Finish for two, three-part volumes. Class was a troubled television…

Jordan Shortman
September 3rd, 2018

Big Finish Review: Torchwood – Deadbeat Escape

On television, Billis Manger was always one of Torchwood’s deadliest and strangest foes. Only appearing twice on screen, Murray Melvin has returned to the role in this excellent horror story….

Jordan Shortman
September 3rd, 2018

Big Finish Review: Red Planets

Red Planets kicks off what seems to be a Seventh Doctor end of the year for Big Finish. Not only is he getting a series of adventures with Ace, Mel, Hex,…

Jordan Shortman
August 23rd, 2018

Big Finish Review: Torchwood – Instant Karma

What really annoys you? What really grinds your gears? For me, people who don’t listen or ignore you and people who chew loudly. Working in retail, I also don’t appreciate people…

Jordan Shortman
August 16th, 2018

Who and Me: My Greatest Doctor Who Cliff-Hangers

Doctor Who has always had cliff-hangers. Their the famous shock moments at the end of an episode, intended to get the audience back for the next week. During its classic…

Jordan Shortman
August 15th, 2018

Hour of the Cybermen – Big Finish Review

This month sees the finale in a loose trilogy of Sixth Doctor adventures. Companion-less, the Sixth Doctor has been through a lot, there was the betrayal of a friend in…

Jordan Shortman
July 25th, 2018

The Trial of Class

2016 was a sorry year for us Whovians, with no new series of the show on television, there was very little circulating except for the fantastic Big Finish audiobooks. Then…

Jordan Shortman
July 9th, 2018

The Wilderness Years: Doctor Who’s Ultimate Experiment


Jordan Shortman
July 5th, 2018

Jago & Litefoot Forever – Big Finish Review

It was May 2009 when the well-loved pair of infernal investigators, Jago & Litefoot graced our hears and speakers with a Companion Chronicles release, The Mahogany Murderers. That title proved…

Jordan Shortman
June 4th, 2018

The Lure of the Nomad – Big Finish Review

The Lure of the Nomad sees the Sixth Doctor travelling around the universe with a new companion Mathew Sharpe, play by George Shear, it also kicks off a new trilogy…

Jordan Shortman
May 30th, 2018

UNIT: Cyber-Reality – Big Finish Review

Cyber-Reality sees Big Finish continue to explore the modern world of UNIT with the continuing adventures of Kate Stewart, Osgood and the rest of the gang. The previous boxset, Encounters,…

Jordan Shortman
May 23rd, 2018

Torchwood: Believe – Big Finish Review

Torchwood has always been a mixed bag for me with Big Finish. There was no denying the excitement surrounding Big Finish’s announcement they would begin to continue the Torchwood story…

Jordan Shortman
May 21st, 2018

Ravenous Volume One – Big Finish Review

Ah, the Eighth Doctor on audio. It all used to be so simple, you had Charley, C’Rizz, Mary then Lucie. Then Dark Eyes came out and felt like a real epic, then…

Jordan Shortman
May 15th, 2018

The Helliax Rift – Big Finish Review

Can you believe that Big Finish are nearly twenty-years-old?! We’ve seen them grow so much since their first release, Bernice Summerfield: Oh No It Isn’t! And the changes are still…

Jordan Shortman
May 9th, 2018

Ghost Walk – Big Finish Review

Ah, Doctor Who and horror, two of my favourite things. When they come together, the scarier stories are often magic. And Ghost Walk delivers on that respect. When it was…

Jordan Shortman
April 5th, 2018

Landbound – Big Finish Review

2014 saw another light in the Doctor Who universe fade with the untimely passing of Paul Spragg, a man who had a lot to do with the world of Big…

Jordan Shortman
March 22nd, 2018

Kingdom of Lies – Big Finish Review

2017 saw Big Finish go big. Over the course of last year, we were treated to the return of Rose Tyler, entered the Time War proper, Derek Jacobi’s Master, the…

Jordan Shortman
February 15th, 2018

The Wreck of the World – Big Finish Review

There can be little doubt that this fourth series of The Early Adventures range has been the strongest so far, The Night Witches, The Outliers and The Morton Legacy have…

Jordan Shortman
January 30th, 2018

Big Finish – Doctor Who: Static Review

Big Finish wrapped up another successful year for the main Doctor Who audio range with Static and following on from stories which saw The Fifth Doctor, Adric, Tegan and Nyssa…

Jordan Shortman
January 24th, 2018

The Morton Legacy – Big Finish Review

With the fourth series of The Early Adventures under their belt, Big Finish’s first three series’ of the range had been a little bit hit and miss for me. But…

Jordan Shortman
December 14th, 2017

The Middle – Big Finish Review

The Middle sees the Doctor’s companion, Constance having to face the fact that this birthday and that she is thirty-five. But that isn’t all, when the Doctor, Constance and Flip arrive…

Jordan Shortman
November 30th, 2017

Doctor Who and the Comic Book Universe

There was a time when being in Doctor Who was something of a death sentence. This is a sentiment that has been stated on many a DVD commentary. Unless you…

Jordan Shortman
November 21st, 2017

The Outliers – Big Finish Review

THE OUTLIERS – REVIEW Following on from a story as strong as The Night Witches was never going to be an easy task. The Early Adventures range has gone from…

Jordan Shortman
November 2nd, 2017