Post by Audio Watchdog on Apr 23, 2020 16:33:48 GMT
If I had to pick one, it would be Live 34. If I could pick more,Time Works, The Kingmaker, The Nowhere Place, Memory Lane, Circular Time, Valhalla and Son of the Dragon would be my recs but honestly, Live 34 should be the one.
"A good writer is not someone who knows how to write - but how to rewrite."- William Goldman
Releases 51-100 have some real classics which have been highlighted by other forumites above. I am always interested to hear listener's favourites. I don't know any of the Eighth Doctor stories but I have enjoyed some cracking 5,6 and 7th Doctor adventures.
The 5th Doctor's historical adventures: Council of Nicea, , The Kingmaker and Son of the Dragon are all fascinating for the different periods of history and enjoyable for the relationship between the Doctor, Peri and Erimem.
The 6th Doctor's trip to Edinburgh in Medicinal Purposes is memorable, I loved The Juggernauts which shows a very different side to Mel and if you're a fan of Evelyn you can't miss Arrangements for War and Thicker Than Water. Oh and Year of the Pig is lengthy but delightful with some memorable characters.
The 7th Doctor's stories are wonderful. LIVE34 and Red are experimental and both disturbing in different ways. Hex and Ace make an excellent team in The Harvest and The Settling. I enjoyed Valhalla too.
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