One of arguably too many companions of the opening TARDIS team of the Thirteenth Doctor, Ryan Sinclair was an engineer in spe and the step-grandson of Graham O’Brien. Allegedly suffering from dyspraxia, his condition received very little screen time beyond his opening scene.
A chilling new nemesis in search of a firmware upgrade terrorises a literary coterie at the absolute zenith of its creativity
Vloggers neither mourn nor vlog in this well-intentioned eco-piece. Also, why would you camp in a tip?!
Apparently there’s just one place in all of Gloucester that sells coffee
An incomprehensible train sequence and, erm… So, Tesla has a working death ray now?
We did our very best not to get upset with this episode, but do sincerely wish that you’d recycle nonetheless.
The Master doles out diminutive deaths and, wow, those laser shoes really paid off in the end!
The Doctor’s nemesis returns as a chap with mommy issues conspires with extra-dimensional beings to turn humankind into wifi hard drives!
Dalek Rec doesn’t stand a chance against Chekhov’s combination oven