John Wyndham explored

A few years ago, I started a project to produce a study of the works of John Wyndham. I did some research, bookmarked lots of sites then did nothing. I recently found all the bookmarks, most of which have since passed away in the entropic mist that is internet history. I don't know if I'll... Continue Reading →


I talk NetFlix time travel shows

Over on The Doctor Who Companion I've written a blog about NetFlix time travel shows. Of course I start with Star Trek, but also Continuum, Timeless and Travelers. I even add (though unconnected) The Good Place as a bonus. The piece is: THE DWC GUIDE TO TIME TRAVEL SHOWS ON NETFLIX.

Star Trek Discovery: 2.10 The Red Angel review

Season 2 of Star Trek Discovery continues to impress, with The Red Angel packing some real punches in terms of performances, details and twists. I can't see how to review it without substantial spoilers so please don't read on unless you've seen it. No really, please watch first! The Red Angel The opening dwelt on the funeral for... Continue Reading →

Star Trek Discovery: 2.9 Project Daedalus review

Another week another storming episode of Star Trek Discovery, this time another Jonathan Frakes directed classic, Project Daedalus. There's Section 31, plenty of bridge time, Spock and Michael, Red Angel mystery and more, but it's really all about Airiam. Let's boldly go! 'Ware spoilers! Project Daedalus As to what Project Daedalus (named for the father of Icarus)... Continue Reading →

Hear Red Moon for free (UK)

I just discovered the brilliant Red Moon is available on BBC Sounds (A UK service) meaning you can hear this superb Wireless Theatre Company drama for free! The relevant page is: Red Moon.

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