Tom MacRae, writer of the thoroughly enjoyable 'Rise of the Cybermen'/'Age of Steel' two-parter from 2006, returns to Doctor Who with a tale of very different robots and parallel worlds.
Written by that practised purveyor of petrifaction, Mark Gatiss, ‘Night Terrors’ sees the Doctor, Amy and Rory summoned across the stars by an eight year old boy named George (Jamie Oram), who is terrified of... well, just about everything.
Appropriate Adult is very far from being light and formulaic, and makes for discomfiting viewing - as it should.
‘So... why the hell...? Bollocks. Start again,’ Gwen stutters at the beginning of ‘End of the Road’, and oh, how we wish that we could.
Thankfully, unlike the re-opener, this week's Doctor Who can be safely and fully discussed without fear of inadvertently revealing a spoiler or twelve.
After the naked fight scenes and perennial nudity of last week’s episode, the second instalment of Sky1’s Strike Back: Project Dawn reels in some of the more outrageous aspects of the show.
Written and directed by David Kane from the novel by Denise Mina, The Field of Blood is a thriller so smothered in nicotinic, 1980s nostalgia it could almost be called 'Fag-ashes to Fag-ashes'.
Imitating the onscreen title from Doctor Who's Series 3 finale (which itself was a BSG nod), the latest installment of its Earthbound spin'-off begins with the words 'Two Months Later'.
The dilemma of whether to serve the interests of one’s country, one’s loved ones or one’s superiors lies at the heart of David Hare’s one-off spy thriller.