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The Listener - Season 1 [DVD]
The Listener - Season 1 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Craig Olejnik
Price: 6.01

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Light entertainment but enjoyable and has potential, 1 Feb 2011
The Listener is a likeable show with equally likeable characters. Each episode is self contained with Toby using his talent to help people he encounters through his work as a paramedic. A small part of this season is Toby gradually remembering his early childhood and lost mother. I was excited to learn that a second series is in progress, and it sounds like Toby will be more deeply involved with the authorities investigating crimes - this might allow for some really interesting scenarios. Fingers crossed its popularity grows and it can keep going. The set has no extras and contains all 13 episodes. Good news for fellow Aussies - it's region 4 as well as 2.

"Doctor Who": The Nemonite Invasion (Dr Who Audio Original 3)
"Doctor Who": The Nemonite Invasion (Dr Who Audio Original 3)
by David Roden
Edition: Audio CD
Price: 8.57

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Nothing new, 27 April 2009
I really think audiobooks are much better value than these audio originals. I liked the time period chosen for this adventure, but otherwise it's more of the same. Yet another military officer gone bad, making things harder. It's well performed and produced. Just no surprises in the story.

Doctor Who: Prisoner Of The Daleks
Doctor Who: Prisoner Of The Daleks
by Trevor Baxendale
Edition: Hardcover
Price: 6.19

1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars One of the better stories, 27 April 2009
All of these 9th and 10th Doctor novels are written for children, so for an adult or teen they're just a quick, fun read. This one's not quite so young because there weren't any animals, robots or even furniture coming alive or acting like humans. It's a straightforward humans versus daleks story, which was a relief. If BBC are listening, adult range would be nice.

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