In this episode we meet Rosa Parks, have a classic sci-fi adventure, and might even learn a few things along the way.
After last week’s wonderful start to the new Jodie Whittaker-led series of Doctor Who, ‘The Ghost Monument’ had quite a job on its hands. And historically for Doctor Who, the second episode in the season hasn’t always been the best (‘The End of The World’, ‘The Shakespeare Code’, ‘The Fires of Pompeii’, ‘The Beast Below’) […]Read more "Doctor Who – ‘The Ghost Monument’ Review"
Doctor Who is back with a whole host of changes. New cast, new showrunner, new writers, new composer, and a new Doctor.Read more "Doctor Who – ‘The Woman Who Fell to Earth’ Review"
Here we are. After a great series, we have the final two episodes, and the beginning of the end for Peter Capaldi’s Doctor.
There are deaths, tears, and the return of a few familiar faces. Does it deliver on the promise of a great series?Read more "Doctor Who – ‘World Enough and Time’ and ‘The Doctor Falls’ Review"
Classic Doctor Who writer Rona Munro is behind this weeks episode ‘The Eaters of Light’. Featuring Roman centurions, Celtic warriors, light devouring beasts, and the fabulous Nardole, do all the elements come together to create a good episode?Read more "Doctor Who – ‘The Eaters of Light’ Review"
Mark Gatiss Doctor Who efforts can range from some of Doctor Who’s best episodes to some of it’s worst.
Now he’s back, once again with classic villain The Ice Warriors. But is ‘Empress of Mars’ more ‘The Crimson Horror’ or the universally despised ‘Sleep No More’?Read more "Doctor Who – ‘Empress of Mars’ Review"
So the ‘Monks Trilogy’ comes to an end and it’s been a wild ride. Each episode has been interesting and varied.
Does ‘The Lie of the Land’ reach a satisfying conclusion? Or is it a bit of a mess?Read more "Doctor Who – ‘The Lie of the Land’ Review"