❉ Jenny Shirt reviews a poetry-fest of pure Who that’s a welcome addition to any collector’s book shelf.
❉ Planning a family? You won’t be, once you’ve read The Picture of Leon Brittan…
❉ We review the brand new graphic novel based on History Channel’s epic series, collecting Titan’s four-part ‘Godhead’ arc!
❉ Simon Wolstencroft’s memoirs are a Who’s Who of the Manchester indie scene and the stuff Rock n Roll dreams are made of.
❉ We review the latest in Obverse Books’ Black Archive series, putting individual Doctor Who stories under the microscope.
❉ Kinetic prose and a cast of unpleasant but fascinating characters adorn Blair Bidmead’s full-length debut novel.
❉ A collection of eight vintage strips featuring Steed and Mrs Peel, originally published in ‘Diana for Girls’ 50 years ago.
❉ Your hosts Toby Hadoke and Robert Shearman return to cover 11 seasons, 58 stories, four producers and just the two Doctors.
❉ A meticulous look behind the scenes of one of the BBC’s most beloved shows, marking the centenary of James Herriot’s birth.
❉ We review the ‘Devices’ trilogy, a unique urban fantasy political thriller by City of the Saved creator, Philip Purser-Hallard.