Doctor Who: The Timeless Children (S12E10) Review

*SPOILERS* After last week’s cobbled together chaotic opener, “The Timeless Children” continues Season 12’s trend of two-part continuations which aren’t really two-part stories. With the arrival of The Master on the scene, the Cybermen and their Cyberprophet are relegated to disposable henchmen as the real master plan, Chibnall’s master plan, takes centre stage and he…

Doctor Who: Can You Hear Me? (S12E07) Review

*SPOILERS* The series aggravating inconsistency with format continues although this latest flip-flop is a welcome one as the cold open returns for the first time since “Spyfall” and it’s a corker too, utterly Doctor-free but set it an atmospheric historic location and featuring some fearsome new monsters. The opening credits reveal that this is yet…

Doctor Who: It Takes You Away (S11E09) Review

*SPOILERS* Shirt watch: Blue This week, it’s Doctor wHomage as we get spooky and surreal and writer Ed Hime brings us a Whovian spin on some familiar horror tropes. Having arrived back in the present, the Doctor, Graham, Yaz and Ryan find themselves in Norway. Intrigued by a nearby cottage, the gang investigate only to…

Doctor Who: The Woman Who Fell To Earth (S11E01) Review

*SPOILERS* Doctor Who has always been a progressive, social justice kind of show – hell the Doctor fought Nazi analogues in only the second ever adventure – but incoming Showrunner Chris Chibnall has decided – in his remarks and stated intent and the marketing of the series, to make the subtext text. In the current…