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Doctor Who: Season 10, Episode 10 - The Eaters of Light

“They think these cairns are gateways to another world. Given that they keep going on about gates, possibly they’re right.”


Welcome back Rona Munro, the first writer from classic… 1,010 more words

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Talking Torchwood: Series 1, Episodes 4-7: "Cyberwoman", "Small Worlds", "Countrycide", and "Greeks Bearing Gifts"

First series of TV shows can be a bit hit and miss. This is perfectly natural, the opening series is essentially there to establish everything, and test out what elements of your show work and what elements do not. 2,246 more words


Talking Torchwood: Series 1, Episodes 1-3: "Everything Changes", "Day One", and "Ghost Machine"

One of my favourite things about Doctor Who is that it’s a family show. Firstly, it’s one of the few shows everyone can sit and watch together on a Saturday night, and everyone can genuinely enjoy. 1,912 more words


Doctor Who: Season 10, Episode 9 - Empress of Mars

“Don’t belong here? We’re British. Mars is part of the Empire now!”


Well that was exciting, wasn’t it? A thrilling roller coaster ride in which a reptilian Ice Queen’s hard-hearted ambitions were thwarted by a selfless, mild-mannered man appealing to a sense of honour and justice. 1,167 more words

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Review: The Empress of Mars

I was at primary school with a kid called Steve. We all called him Spud, presumably because his head was unfortunately potato-shaped. He didn’t mind. Steve was a polite, if academically disadvantaged young man, and we were good friends. 1,468 more words

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REVIEW: Doctor Who – S10E06/07/08

Due to convenience, and my once again falling behind, I’ve decided to review this three-parter, and its story in one go, while doing my best to differentiate between each episode’s individual merits and flaws: 833 more words


Doctor Who: Season 10, Episode 8 - The Lie of the Land

“Relax, and do as you’re told. Your future’s taken care of.”


Well, that was strangely anticlimactic. As the end of the so-called ‘Monk trilogy’, … 1,251 more words

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