You can find my review of Fugitive Of The Judoon, the barnstorming, surprise-toting, bafflement-raising, Barrowmantastic most recent instalment of Doctor Who on the Space Time Telegraph website here. It’s possibly not the usual kind of review that you might be expecting from me, but then again… Fugitive Of The Judoon wasn’t really the usual kind of episode. So if you want to read about everyone’s favourite WO CHO BO MO-shouters with a lot of side references to The Thick Of It, seaQuest DSV, Fisher Price Jack In The Boxes and Smeg’n’The Heads from Red Dwarf, then step right this way…
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You can find many more of my thoughts on Doctor Who past and present 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.
Doctor Who And The Rosa is my review of the previous series’ stand-out episode, which you can find here.
You can hear some of my thoughts on Jodie Whittaker’s casting, and the risible ‘outrage’ that followed, on The Zeitgeist Tapes in conversation with Emma Burnell and Steve Fielding here.
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