Doctor Who: Whispers of Terror (BF 003)

Standard

The Doctor and Peri find themselves in the Museum of Aural Antiquities, where every sound is stored for posterity — from the speeches of Visteen Krane to security service wire taps and interrogation tapes. But they also find an intruder, mysteriously changed recordings, and a dead body.

Before long the Doctor realises that there is more going on than a simple break-in or murder. How can he defeat a creature that is made of pure sound?

Continue reading

Doctor Who: Phantasmagoria (BF 002)

Standard

The TARDIS takes the Doctor and Turlough to the London of 1702 where a mysterious highwayman roams the streets, a local occultist has made contact with the dead and gentlemen of fashion are disappearing, only to find themselves in a chamber whose walls weep blood…

The time travellers become enmeshed in the hideous plans of Sir Nikolas Valentine, a gambler at the mysterious Diabola Club who always seems to have a winning hand…

Continue reading

Doctor Who: The Sirens of Time (BF 001)

Standard

Gallifrey is in a state of crisis, facing destruction at the hands of an overwhelming enemy. And the Doctor is involved in three different incarnations – each caught up in a deadly adventure, scattered across time and space. The web of time is threatened – and someone wants the Doctor dead.

The three incarnations of the Doctor must join together to set time back on the right track – but in doing so, will they unleash a still greater threat?

Continue reading

What is Doctor Who: The Tsuranga Conundrum?

Standard

The Doctor might be able to travel through time and explore the past via the tardis but if we want to do so it involves far more work and toil; searching through the lonely earth, climbing through the briar and bramble for the past that once felt the touch of the kings and the breath of the wind as it now sits with the ghosts of the men who can never sing again and thus the Doctor and team tardis will this week be becoming detectorists in……………….

 

Continue reading

What is Doctor Who: The Ghost Monument?

Standard

“Space, is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. If you hold a lungful of air, you can survive in the total vacuum of space for about 30 seconds. But with space being really big and all, the chances of being picked up within that time are two to the power of two-hundred-and-sixty-seven-thousand, seven-hundred-and-nine to one against. Strangely, this is also the telephone number of an alien space and time vessel that was lost when it got sick of its pilot constantly blowing up inside it every few years. Though this ships is lost forever it is comforting to reflect that it is, in some small way, commemorated by the fact that twenty nine seconds later, The Doctor and her companions were, in fact, rescued in time for this weeks………

Continue reading