THEN little more than ‘That Bloke Off The Last Resort’ roped in to do holiday cover on the more irreverent shows (normally Janice Long’s), eventually promoted to his own big-budget effort broadcast live from Ronnie Scott’s with a studio audience and Victor Lewis-Smith and Danny Baker in tow. Odd tendency towards featuring live bands with a distinctly visual flavour, including on one occasion pyrotechnic-crazy rhino-headed bafflements GWAR.Read More
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We think this has been a fabulous series, perhaps the most consistent of the entire modern era, with loads to enjoy and Clara – or, as Doctor Who Magazine memorably refers to her this month, the Lights On Lights Off Girl – fast becoming our favourite companion. This is the last workaday episode before the big two-part finale and we’re sure it’ll be great as it’s written by that fine author Frank Cottrell Boyce.
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