❉ Somewhere between a rant and a meditation on film-making, this is the closest audiences will get to experiencing Welles’ vision of his lost movie.
❉ More so than any other of Big Finish’s Doctor Who range, the Short Trips have the ability to get to the heart of a character. ‘I Am The Master’ demonstrates why.
❉ Unearthing Adventures with the Doctor’s favourite archaeologists, featuring contributions by some of Big Finish’s best writers.
❉ Queen’s music is a fundamental part of the texture of Flash Gordon, an artful fusion of sound and vision, writes Don Klees.
❉ For all that Cowboy Junkies’ first new recording since 2012 may musically call to mind 1988, it’s very much an album for 2018.
❉ The past month’s dispatches from Big Finish, including the return of Jenny, and the latest Sixth Doctor adventure.
❉ Big Finish’s recent Doctor Who spin-off releases reviewed including Jago and Litefoot’s final curtain call.
❉ The monthly comic’s ability to carry on with new stories for decade after decade is a fascinating case study in how ongoing narratives work.
❉ The Doctor is reunited with Winston Churchill… and the Kandyman. What a time to be alive!
❉ Don Klees reviews the special edition DVD release of “the boldest science-fiction film of all time”.