Tag Archives: Adric

Warriors’ Gate

So here it is, the most incorrectly apostrophized story on websites of them all (yes, there is more than one warrior!).  It’s also one of the biggest missed opportunities of them all, because it chickens out on an idea that … Continue reading

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State of Decay

Welcome back Terrance Dicks.  Watching this in the original broadcast order it seems like an eternity since Doctor Who has done something like this, and it only happened because new script editor Christopher H Bidmead was in a pretty dire … Continue reading

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Full Circle

So here begins the E-Space Trilogy, a run of three stories set in a different universe.  If this were done again, it would be described in terms of the TARDIS passing through a “rift”, or a “crack in the universe”, … Continue reading

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Kinda

Kinda is a fascinating Doctor Who story.  There are layers upon layers of subtext to explore.  Christopher Bailey draws on Buddhist philosophy but I’m not going to get too hung up on that because it is little more than a … Continue reading

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Black Orchid

The first thing that often gets said about Black Orchid is that it is the first historical story since The Highlanders, which spectacularly misses the point and is… well, wrong.  Those Hartnell (and one Troughton) historical stories were all about … Continue reading

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