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Book Review: Doctor Who “Rose”, by Russell T Davies


Russell T Davies returns to Doctor Who, resurrecting his resurrection for a new novelisation.

Ranking the Star Wars Soundtracks


John Williams’ work for Star Wars is amongst his most acclaimed. But which is the best?

A Doctor Who Missed His Appointment With Fame


2003 marked the 40th anniversary of Doctor Who, an event which came at a time when nobody, least of all most of the BBC, thought it would ever return to television. BBC Worldwide wanted to… Continue reading

Why it’s hard to like literary 007 in 2015


Last year, it was announced that acclaimed writer Anthony Horowitz would be writing the next James Bond continuation novel. Released in September 2015, Trigger Mortis hailed the publicity-grabbing return of Pussy Galore from Goldfinger,… Continue reading

Book Review: “City of Death”, by James Goss


“You’re a beautiful woman, probably.” – The Doctor, City of Death (1979) The Doctor Who story City of Death has quite a legacy. Rewritten (from an original story by David Fisher) over a… Continue reading

Thunderbirds 1965: A Childhood Obsession is Reborn.


Hello, I’m Myles (nickname to be advised), and I’m new! It’s a real pleasure to be joining House of Geekery, a blog that I’ve been reading for a long time! Most people have… Continue reading