"On the Fields of Trenzalore, on the Fall of the Eleventh, when no living creature can speak falsely or fail to answer, a question will be asked. A question that must never ever be answered." And how will River Song effect time-bending events?
Mark Gatiss takes viewers back to 1962/63 to chronicle the development of a Saturday evening drama series called DOCTOR WHO and how, after a traumatic start, the cast & crew strove to create an adventure in space and time.
Starring Jessica Raines as Verity Lambert, David Bradley as William Hartnell/The First Doctor.
REWIND : SERIES 3 - THE RUNAWAY BRIDE
THE RUNAWAY BRIDE
25 December 2006
With Rose Tyler "lost" to another dimension, the Doctor didn't expect to see another woman in the TARDIS so quickly. But Donna the Bride unexpectedly appeared. From no where. Who is she? Why is she significant to an alien threat hanging over planet Earth?
And more Robot Santas.
With David Tenannt and Catherine Tate.
INSIDE EOH | Content updated May 22 2013
REVIEW | AUDIOGO - PLAGUE OF THE CYBERMNEN
"…Gruesome is apposite…”
PREVIEW | BBC DVD - THE MIND OF EVIL
"…a radiant masterpiece with the crowning glory being its holistic restoration…”
Preview uploaded: 22.05.2013
REVIEW | AUDIOGO - THE CURSE OF PELADON
"…it's joyously performed, a crafted production (overdue credit to audio producer, Dizzy Dalziel) with a masterly sound treatment by MEON SOUNDS that serves the novel with due appreciation…”
Rated: 10/10. (Released 02.05.13)
REVIEW | AUDIOGO - SMOKE AND MIRRORS
"…Feral dogs persistently bark as seagulls wheel above whilst the hubbub of joviality is only punctuated by belching plumes of steam as the incessant rides provide Tuppenny distraction for the post-War fun-seekers…”
Rated: 4/10. (Released 02.05.13)
PREVIEW | BBC DVD - INFERNO SE
"…you will discover which cast member was concerned that in using a location-based toilet was “…ready to have my bum bitten by a rat!…”
Preview uploaded: 01.05.2013
REVIEW | BBC SCI-FI SOUND EFFECTS
"…every track assiduously cleaned-and-remastered by audio genius and aficionado, Mark Ayres…”