The entire TARDIS classroom is back in session, but the history lessons are rather anachronistic in a trip to Heathrow that failed to meet Tegan’s expectations.
With a deep, steadying breath and a word of thanks to our listeners for their encouragement, we begin our journey into the tumultuous third season of Torchwood.
Stepping into other film & television properties that explore time travel, we look at Terry Gilliam’s 1996 exploration of a post-pandemic attempt to return to normalcy. (Too soon?)
There’s an abundance of concurrent crazy to contend with in the Series 19 off-world adventure, from colonists, to dream-invaders, to Adric trying to pilot an emotionally-driven safari robot suit.
Season 2 of Torchwood ends with what we consider to be a well-crafted but nonetheless difficult to watch finale.
Yes, it’s Adam Mitchell, but that still doesn’t mean we can’t find a lot to enjoy in our first visit to Satellite 5 in the Ninth Doctor’s glorious season.
We delve into the Fifth Doctor’s first post-regeneration story, involving a trio of nefarious space-frog-avocados and more than a bit of concerning cultural and racial depictions.
The second season of Torchwood makes an interesting choice by going with a set of flashback sequences for its penultimate episode.
Using the classic role-playing-game grid of good-to-evil, lawful-to-chaotic, we see how Doctor Who characters past and present align themselves…or fail to be so defined.
With the unraveling of a scarf and the donning of a smart cricket jumper, the Fifth Doctor’s era begins in earnest in the opening story of Season 19.