A decent story, poorly executed
You might have the most rock-solid storyline possible, but it’s hard to win the consumer over when the screen is lagging, the audio sounds like it comes from the bottom of a burn barrel, and your costumes are an assortment of Halloween gear you found in your kid’s closet. Then again, if you lean into it…
We take a couple of turns around the studio table wondering what a complete Doctor Who story production would turn out like if the limitations and complications of stay-at-home did their worst. From DIY sets and sound effects, to last-minute recasting and other mishaps, it’s just the level of wonkiness that gets the ‘GPR slightly distorted stamp of approval’.
- Doctors: Assemble!
- Peter Davison redecorates his home recording studio
- Moffat had to cut a 12th Doctor scene that referenced Torchwood
- Borna Matosic is back with another incredible Whovian reinterpretation: The Long Song
- Eric Roberts’ Master is getting his own solo Big Finish audio
- An unproduced Fourth Doctor script comes to life in Big Finish audio
- Tom Baker and David Tennant collaborate on a multi-doctor audio