So I was listening to Colditz today (which I highly recommend), and David Tennant is in it as a paranoid nazi officer. His german accent is absolute rubbish. Still a very entertaining performance and a darn good yarn.
So apparently Janet Fielding is back at Big Finish and recording (which is fabulous and wonderful!), and this was the picture Big Finish posted on their twitter because of it. I just can’t deal with how cute they all are.
David Warner. He actually played an alternative third doctor in two big finish plays (Sympathy for the Devil and Masters of War) and he was superb. He played a more serious and stern Doctor, but still with great compassion. He even has to team up with his mortal enemy, the Daleks, to serve the greater good. He seems too old to play the part in live action now and it sucks. Who else do you guys think would have made awesome Doctors?
Getting back into the Big Finish plays after taking a bit of a break. The Fourth Wall parodys clichéd sci-fi tv shows. This story started off humourous enough, but then took a twisted dark turn. Kind of reminded me of The Holy Terror. I loved the concept though and the story itself was gripping. I especially liked a certain species of alien introduced here. I won’t spoil why. Colin Baker is as wonderful as always of course and new companion Flip is definitely growing on me. Really worth checking out.
Brotherhood of the Daleks
The TARDIS makes a return trip to the jungle planet of Spiridon, when the Sixth Doctor and Charley fall in with a lost platoon of shellshocked Thal soldiers - victims of a sneak attack by their blood enemies, the Daleks.
Besieged by deadly flora, surrounded by invisible monsters, and with all hope of rescue gone, the Thals are the victims of a grim experiment in psychological warfare.
With the very nature of reality under threat, the Doctor and Charley need each other more than ever. But dark forces are conspiring to tear them apart…
This story is a complete mindfuck gah
It really is not necessary to scream everything like you are permanently poised at the peak of a vocal crescendo
We can hear you just fine