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Sunday, 25 June 2017

'World Enough and Time'

Now that’s more like it! WHINE+SPACE return to discuss the penultime episode of Doctor Who series 10 and, reassuringly, it’s a bit of a blinder. Reuniting Rachael Talalay behind the camera and Steven ‘Merkin’ Moffat on the pen, we start to see the end game of Capaldi’s tenure fall into place.


How did The Master get from his showdown with the Time Lords to his persona of Mister Razor? Where do Missy’s true loyalties lie? Most importantly, how badly will Moffat mess up the story’s conclusion?



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Saturday, 17 June 2017

'The Eaters of Light'

Well. We’re just a few episodes away from the end of Peter Capaldi’s run playing the character he likes to refer to as Doctor Who. But, arguably more importantly, we’re just as close to the end of the road for Steven Moffat’s mega-run as grand czar of everything Who-related. So, what type of story are we offered at this late stage of the game?


A pretty average, nondescript one, it would seem! So, join us as we try and discern if there’s an entertaining episode behind the bland competency on offer, whether #fluffwatch has finally reached PeakFluff - and how our view of the season has been coloured by the early leak of John Simm’s return.



Saturday, 10 June 2017

'Empress of Mars'

Ice to see you!

Yes, after what we can all agree was the middling to rubbish return of the (n)Ice Warriors in ‘Cold War’ Mark Gatiss is having another bite at the apple - and as you might expect, it has a historical bent. HOW did these Victorian soldiers end up on Mars? HOW will they get home? WILL we even be sure of the answer by the episode’s end?


Find out the answer to all these questions and many, many more - as we ride the Mars Express!


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Saturday, 3 June 2017

'The Lie of the Land'

The truth will set you free - or WILL it?


WHINE+SPACE are here to find out, as we tune into Capaldi FM for his regular evening broadcast celebrating our benevolent overlords The Monks, and their ability to deliver three-part storylines that pan out in a satisfying manner that justify their length. So, dear listener, join us as we pay our respects and give our thanks to The Monks - for they are kind, gentle, wise and not at all evil-looking.


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Saturday, 27 May 2017

The Pyramid at the End of the World'

It's the end of the world as we know it and we feel triangular!

Yes, Steven Moffat is taking us to the end of the world/universe/time once again - and this time it's to be indoctrinated into some kind of pyramid scheme. It seems like there's some great advantages, like being able to turn back time or repair injuries, but it does involve making a very hazy unspecified deal with some pretty shifty looking monks.


So, join WHINE+SPACE as we attempt to work out whether to get onboard with these monks, or whether to leave their offer in the dust!


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Saturday, 20 May 2017

'Extremis'

WHINE+SPACE return to cast our semi-functioning eyes over the latest episode of TV’s Doctor Who! We’re reaching the mid-point of the series, so it would appear that Moffat may finally be pulling the trigger on launching the long game of how we’ll say goodbye to the Twelfth Doctor.


With the return of Missy, the pixelation of Nardole and the cock-blocking of Bill, there’s plenty to discuss - so let’s get to it!

'Extremis' review

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Sunday, 14 May 2017

'Oxygen'

WHINE+SPACE return with a look at this week's episode of Doctor Who - 'Oxygen'! Are we back on the same page after our BITTER disagreement over 'Knock Knock'? Does the Doctor enjoy manipulating corpses for amusement? Most importantly, is Nardole a bloody robot or what?



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