The Twlight Kingdom continues the run of Big Finish Doctor Who audio dramas from 2003 and 2004 (specifically March 2004) which chronicles the adventures of the Eighth Doctor and his companions in the divergent universe, with story having them journey through various zones of a mysterious planet, in search of the TARDIS. It is written by Will Shindler and stars Paul McGann as the Doctor, India Fisher as Charley and Conrad Westmass as C’Rizz.
The Natural History of Fear is by Jim Mortimore, and continues the adventures of the Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann) and Charley Pollard (India Fisher) along with their new friend C’rizz (Conrad Westmaas) as they make their way through the divergent universe. At least, it sort of does.
The “new” (actually, from 2004) series of Eighth Doctor audios following the status-quo shaking events of Zagreus continues here with The Creed of the Kromon. Charley Pollard is on-hand again, of course, but this time the pair is joined by a new companion named C’rizz. I’ve seen C’rizz’s name before but I’ve never heard it spoken (or so I thought–apparently, he’s mentioned in Night of the Doctor) so I always assumed it was pronounced just as “Kriz”, but apparently it’s better described as “Keh-riz”. Live and learn.Continue reading Doctor Who: The Creed of the Kromon [Big Finish]
At the end of the big anniversary Doctor Who audio, Zagreus, the Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann) sacrificially allows himself to be exiled to a completely alien universe, doomed to die alone. At the last minute, his companion Charley (India Fisher) refuses to be left behind, going with the Doctor because of her love for him. Scherzo, by Robert Shearman (of Jubilee and Dalek fame), is the continuation of that story, and the beginning of a new “season” of Eighth Doctor audios.
SpoilersContinue reading Doctor Who: Scherzo [Big Finish]
It’s taken me a while but I finally am getting back into some Big Finish listening. The presence of Christmas money hasn’t hurt, and my recent forays into podcasts and audio books have helped to inspire my interest in the medium again. So I decided to carry on my consumption of Big Finish’s main range of Doctor Who audios (it doesn’t hurt that they are really cheap), but I was almost put off by the next one on the list: Zagreus.Continue reading Doctor Who – Zagreus [Big Finish]
The other day I was wondering what to write about for this Daily Doctor Who series, and I struck upon the idea of looking at a Doctor Who trivial quiz online and seeing how I do at it.
(Daily Doctor Who #304)Continue reading Doctor Who Trivia: Only True Whovians need try, apparently — Part 3
Yesterday I posted the ballot for the Doctor Who Creators Hall of Fame. You can check it out here. We’re looking at voting in seven creators in this inaugural year.
(Daily Doctor Who #253)Continue reading Doctor Who Creators Hall of Fame Nominees–Some Background
Doctor Who has been on (and off) the air since 1963, with a myriad of adventures showing the Doctor and his companions traveling to endless corners of the universe.
(Daily Doctor Who #239)Continue reading Doctor Who & Quantum Leap–Non-Existent Crossovers (Eighth Doctor)
Some random thoughts here about the Doctor’s ages. Not the character, but the actors who played him / her.
Updated to include the 14th Doctor (as best I can at this point).
(Daily Doctor Who #233)Continue reading Doctor Who: How old was each actor to play the Doctor?
I like Doctor Who, and I like trivia. Two great tastes that go great together. This is Question #2.
(Daily Doctor Who #183)Continue reading Doctor Who Trivia #2: What order are the Doctors listed here?