The final two episodes titles and synopsis have been revealed. Just how deadly will they be?
Episode Nine: It Takes You Away
Travels throughout space and time for all the family, starring Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole.
On the edge of a Norwegian fjord, in the present day, The Doctor, Ryan, Graham and Yaz discover a boarded-up cottage and a girl named Hanne in need of their help. What has happened here? What monster lurks in the woods around the cottage – and beyond?
Guest starring Ellie Wallwork and Kevin Eldon. Written by Ed Hime. Directed by Jamie Childs.
Episode Ten: The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos
Action adventure for all the family, starring Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole.
On the planet of Ranskoor Av Kolos, lies the remains of a brutal battlefield. But as the Doctor, Graham, Yaz and Ryan answer nine separate distress calls, they discover the planet holds far more secrets. Who is the mysterious commander with no memory? What lies beyond the mists? Who or what are the Ux?
The answers will lead the Doctor and her friends towards a deadly reckoning.
Guest starring Phyllis Logan, Mark Addy and Percelle Ascott. Written by Chris Chibnall. Directed by Jamie Childs.
After the TV-series feel and length of Aliens Among Us, the bumper special of Believe and foray into Yvonne Hartman’s Torchwood One with Machines, the most recent set of monthly releases may have been overlooked. So as the summer comes to an end, why not catch up with some of the recent Torchwood releases?
There’s a whole bunch to choose from, and with the school holidays finishing plenty of opportunity for playlists for when the younger listeners aren’t around…
Today, BBC Worldwide has announced that the complete collection of this classic BBC sci-fi adventure will be released on DVD on the 12th March and is available to pre-order now from amazon.co.uk.
Produced by Terry Nation, creator of the Daleks from Doctor Who, the cult sci-fi series was first broadcast on the BBC in January 1978 and ran for four, 13-episode series until 1981. The programme follows the adventures of a small group of rebels, led by Blake (Gareth Thomas), as they fight against the totalarian Terran Federation who control Earth.
Yes, the official series 5 – and with RTD on board as well! This time round he is in a more advisory role behind the scenes, adding to the wealth of Big Finish talent proven in the past couple of years.
Cardiff is not so much invaded as occupied – these aliens look human enough to avoid mass panic, and have built enough financial and political clout to make them a formidable foe for anyone who should want to shift them. But these newcomers may not be all that’s alien in Cardiff, and things are never straighforward where the freshly-rebuilding Torchwood are involved…
As the finale to Aliens Among Us approaches, it seems a good time to have a look back at some of the recent entries in Big Finish’s monthly range of Torchwood that has helped pave the way in popularity and quality. They all feature members of the team who would be unlikely to appear in that “fifth season” – though stranger things have certainly happened in the series! – and tell very different tales in different ways. But how do they fare as entries to the Torchwood canon?
At the end of 2017 a remarkable chapter in the history of Doctor Who draw to a close. Two incarnations of the Time Lord overcame an existential threat… before the arrival of the Thirteenth Doctor heralded a bold new era for the programme.
The latest Special Edition of Doctor Who Magazine is a unique celebration of the Twelfth Doctor’s final adventures, from The Return of Doctor Mysterio through to Twice Upon a Time. Packed full of all-new features and previously unseen images, this is the essential guide to the year in Doctor Who. (more…)
There’s a new Doctor in town. Or rather, an old one. Or rather, rather, a young one. Or rather rather rather, a new old young one. It all gets a bit confusing, this time travel shenanigans.
On Christmas Day 2017, mere moments after his appearance as the actual First Doctor on BBC1 (as opposed to simply the mere mortal who played him in Mark Gatiss’s 2013 Hartnell biopic An Adventure in Space and Time), David Bradley’s Doctor was inaugurated into the Big Finish Hall of Fame with the release of their First Doctor Adventures volume one. Two stories, from the pens of Messrs Fitton and Adams (chained as they are, without let or relief, to the BF writing table) starring the First Doctor and his original team of travelling companions: granddaughter Susan (played by Claudia Grant [who played Carole-Ann Ford in AAISAT]) and her teachers Ian Chesterton (Jamie Glover [William Russell]) and Barbara Wright (Jemma Powell [Jaqueline Hill]). Like I said, confusing. (more…)