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‘Doctor Who’ Series 10 Episode 12 – The Doctor Falls | TV Review

  Last week’s Doctor Who episode, “World Enough and Time“, ended with one hell of a cliffhanger and, with a title like “The Doctor Falls“, series 10 needed to deliver. Fortunately, Peter Capaldi saved his best season finale for his last.   Picking up where “World Enough and Time” left off, The Doctor is held captive by The Master (John[…]

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‘Doctor Who’ Series 10, Episode 11 – World Enough and Time | TV Review

  Peter Capaldi‘s time as The Doctor is coming to an end with the recently released episode, “World Enough and Time,” opening with the Twelfth Doctor about to regenerate and the episodes in this two-parter showing how this event occurring.   The Doctor receives a distressed call from a large colony ship passing a black hole and the Time Lord[…]

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‘Doctor Who’ Series 10, Episode 10 – The Eaters of Light | TV Review

  The Legend of the 9th Legion is a piece of Scottish folklore, being the influence of Rosemary Sutcliff’s historical novel The Eagle of the Ninth and two films: The Eagle and Centurion. Now Doctor Who offer their interpretation with “The Eaters of Light“.   The Doctor (Peter Capaldi), Bill (Pearl Mackie) and Nardole (Matt Lucas) travel back to 2nd[…]

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‘Doctor Who’ Series 10, Episode 9 – Empress of Mars | TV Review

  After a fairly dark and emotional episode last week, Doctor Who has followed it up with a lighter-hearted romp “Empress of Mars“: the second episode in the modern era to feature the Ice Warriors.   When a NASA satellite discovers a strange message saying ‘God Save the Queen’ on the surface of Mars, The Doctor (Peter Capaldi), Bill (Pearl[…]

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‘Doctor Who’ Series 10, Episode 8 – The Lie Of The Land | TV Review

  WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS   The “Monks” trilogy of Doctor Who has concluded with the best episode in series10 so far: an ambitious episode – but its viewing figures suffered because of the Champions League Final and Britain’s Got Talent.   “The Lie of the Land” takes place six months after the events “The Pyramid at the End[…]

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