Here are some magazine and blog reviews for 'Baker's End' episode one!
“Mirksome and swervish in its scobberlotching lunacy!”
A Pile of Leaves:
“There is no listening experience like Baker’s End. It manages to be macabre, fantastical and funny all at once. Imagine a Sunday night children’s TV drama made by Hammer, based on an assortment of Puffins and Pan Books of Horror, you’re still not there.”
“Baker’s End is indeed weird. It starts off relatively simple enough before going down a Wonderlandian rabbit hole to surreal events, Lewis Carroll-style word play and some surprisingly adult humour.
Mass Movement Magazine:
“Who is Tom Baker? If you like your audio drama joyful, barmy, magnificent, and with echoes of Boosh, Jabberwocky and the Goons, you may find out.”
“The fourth wall is also pierced a few times and nearly trampled on once. Such is the crazy world of Baker's End.”