More like “third, fourth and fifth” run, due to all the repeats. Still, I enjoy the Rosemary and Thyme mystery TV series immensely. Despite being tagged in the the “cozy” mystery sub-genre, it features two professional women- one a scientist, the other a ex-police officer. Quite a change from the usual busy old biddy or superior dilettante stock characters rife in mystery fiction. Four chainsaws. It’s on the box at the mo, so I’m getting back to my instachino.
- RRR182 Doctor Who and the Silurians (1970) and Series 10 Episodes 7 to 10 2017-06-19Doctor Who: The Pyramid at the End of the World (2017), The Lie of the Land (2017), Empress of Mars (2017), The Eaters of Light (2017), Doctor Who and the Silurians (1970). Is that enough Who for you? Is it? Is it? IS IT? Pah!
- RRR182 Doctor Who and the Silurians (1970) and Series 10 Episodes 7 to 10 2017-06-19
- My Tweets
“Doctor… Who? Pah! I am the Captain! Sherbet lemon? Now step into my wardrobe. What? Yes, of course it’s smaller on the inside you blithering idiot!”—The Captain!
“There’s Ed, Op Ed, Op, and then there’s this blog.”—The Captain!
“Well done son, keep it up!”—The Captain’s Mum
“People will think you’re a nerd.”—The Captain’s Dad
“I hate this!”—vox populi
“I don’t care.”—The Captain!
“Who the Hell is the Captain anyway?”—Roy Mathur
“The Captain is not an adventurer, rock star and supervillain with a penchant for G&Ts, C7H10N4O2 and insanely loud music. His exploits do not usually involve arriving just in time to save the multiverse (or thoroughly bugger it up) in a Vimana shaped like a wardrobe. And, contrary to the wanted posters, he is certainly not a multi-tentacled cyborg from the 27th dimension.”—Anonymous
“Finally an honest review…great!”—Shayne T. Wright
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