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DOCTOR WHO: State of THE SENSORITES and Trust

Please check out all of my DOCTOR WHO Reviews at the Doctor Who Hub. “THE SENSORITES” – Season 1, Serial 7, Story 7 – Written by Peter R. Newman; Directed by Mervyn Pinfield (episodes 1-4) and Frank Cox (episodes 5-6) – The Doctor, Susan, Ian, and Barbara land inside of a spaceship where the crew…

DOCTOR WHO: Rycbar THE BELLS OF SAINT JOHN

“THE BELLS OF SAINT JOHN” – Series 7, Episode 7, Episode 232 – Written by Steven Moffat; Directed by Colm McCarthy – Snog box! It’s the official kick-off for the second half of Series 7 and it’s once again New Companion Time. This isn’t the first, or even second time we’ve met Miss Clara Oswin…

DOCTOR WHO: THE DEADLY ASSASSIN of Your Face

“THE DEADLY ASSASSIN” – Season 14, Serial 3, Story 88 – Written by Robert Holmes; Directed by David Maloney – It’s a highly unique serial in DOCTOR WHO lore as the Doctor gets a solo adventure, free from any Companion. With Sarah Jane having departed and Leela yet to arrive, the Doctor is left to…

Hey, look, I’m on a podcast! The Earth Station Who folks invited me to join them for a big discussion on the first half of DOCTOR WHO, Series 7, and I was thrilled to be able to sit in with them and discuss some very enjoyable stories. So hit play, sit back, and listen to…

DOCTOR WHO: POND LIFE Means the Occasional Ood on the Loo

“POND LIFE” – Series 7, Prologue (Internet Webisode Series) – Written by Chris Chibnall; Directed by Saul Metzstein – It’s a 5-part, 5-minute prologue to Series 7 that gets us updated on life with the Ponds, which includes drop-ins from the Doctor, updates from the Doctor, and acquiring a new Ood butler. Because Oods Are…

DOCTOR WHO: Rip Your Face Off For THE ANDROID INVASION

“THE ANDROID INVASION” – Season 13, Serial 4, Story 83 – Written by Terry Nation; Directed by Barry Letts – We’ve got lots of returning all-timers this serial: Terry Nation, Barry Letts, Sergeant Benton, and Harry Sullivan are all back to help the Fourth Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith for a good ol’ invasion of…