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Dr Who Short Trips

7.11 The Ingenious Gentleman Adric of Alzarius
A rather ingenious and massively entertaining release from the Short Trips series, in this release we have the wonderful and much underused Matthew [...]
7.11 All Hands on Deck
This little gem, is a story about Susan and her return to Earth, after the second Dalek war on Earth. Carole-Ann Ford does a wonderful job, as both the [...]
7. Waiting For Gadot
Hugh Ross, telling this story was fine up until the point he felt it necessary to try and imitate Tom Baker, and then it lost all credence in my head. The [...]
7.05 Falling
This story by Jonathan Barnes, is functionally a Who story, but, in truth it is a really a story about life, and growing old, and of how we recall our past [...]
7.09 A Heart on Both Sides
This highlights the reason why this range is the shining star of the Big Finish range. In the fact that these are put together, produced and to a standard [...]
7.08 The British Invasion Short Trips
The Short Trips since the guidance and management of Ian Aitkens have grown in my opinion over their releases to be something really worth checking out. In [...]
The World Beyond The Trees
This release, I really didn’t know what to expect, and I had deliberately kept myself away from any pre release “blurb” to make sure that [...]
6.12. The Hesitation Deviation
The last spin of the Short Stories, for 2016, see’s Lisa Bowerman both in charge of the direction, of herself. Which I can only imagine would either [...]
6.11. The Man Who Wasn’t There
Nearly 30 minutes of Charlie Pollard recalling a story about her adventures with Dr No.8, proves to be a real winner, especially as I think for myself this [...]
5. Sound The Siren And I’ll Come To You Comrade
A short and gripping story in the ever popular short stories series from Big Finish, this time Steve Critchlow, provides us with a superb characterisation [...]