Ever wondered what the worst Doctor Who story title of all time is – or the best? Ever wondered why the first person ever to appear in Doctor Who wasn’t the first person ever to appear in Doctor Who? Or ever felt the need to have that speech given by Davros in Genesis of the Daleks turned into a review of Genesis of the Daleks? No? Then read no further. The Monster Show is a collection of essays and reviews written by Starburst Magazine columnist and reviewer J.R. Southall in the days before he became Starburst Magazine columnist and reviewer J.R. Southall, and comprises a number of essays and reviews written during the David Tennant era of the series and previously published (and in many cases still available) online and in Doctor Who fanzines. Combining the level of wit* and insight* that J.R. Southall has subsequently brought to the popular* Blue Box Podcast, with a naivety that can only be appropriate to somebody who has been let loose on the internet for the first time at the age of nearly 40 years old, The Monster Show is “fun for all the family” (generic quote) and “a gripping read from start to finish” (outright lie). * Your mileage may vary Website: http://watchingbooks.weebly.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/watchingbooks Twitter: https://twitter.com/JR_Southall
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As well as being a postman, a failed singer-songwriter and a tea drinker, J.R. Southall is a Starburst Magazine columnist and host of the Blue Box Podcast, and creator of the You and Who series of books. He has no intention of ever growing up, but if that should one day happen by accident, he would like to be a television pilot.
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