I’m in Issue 545 of Doctor Who Magazine, reviewing the latest audio adventure releases from Big Finish including the long-awaited remount of ‘lost’ Colin Baker story The Ultimate Evil – shelved when Doctor Who was temporarily cancelled in 1985 – a full adaptation of Stephen Gallagher’s rejected-due-to-unfilmability Peter Davison pitch Nightmare Country, and brand new Fifth Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa two-part adventure Warzone/Conversion. It’s a very strong line-up this time, complete with two stories most fans would have wanted to ‘see’ completed if just out of curiosity alone, and if my reviews are doing anything to tempt you towards trying out the Big Finish audios, then this is definitely a good point to jump on board.
Also this issue features a World Cup Of The Daleks which is literally all of my hobbies and interests.
You can get Doctor Who Magazine in all good newsagents and from the magazine’s official website here.
You can find plenty more of my writing on Doctor Who in my book Can’t Help Thinking About Me, a collection of columns and features with a personal twist. Can’t Help Thinking About Me is available in paperback here or from the Kindle Store here. And if you’re intrigued by my mention of Wally K. Daly’s radio plays in the review, you might want to take a look at The Larks Ascending – A Guide To Comedy On BBC Radio 3.
© Tim Worthington.
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