Tag Archives: Tam Williams

Doctor Who: The Lost Stories. Point Of Entry. Audio Drama Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Matt Addis, Luis Salo, Sean Connolly, Tam Williams, Gemma Wardle, Ian Brooker.

It can be a source of bemusement to those seek the literary inside the Doctor Who universe that the soul of Kit Marlowe has not made an appearance, let alone an impression on the world; for a man to whom English literature would be sorely poorer without having picked up a pen and to whom the world of early espionage and skulduggery would be infinitely more boring to read about, Christopher Marlowe remains intriguingly still persona non grata, not only in the world we inhabit but in the fictional tales that could be wrought.

Partners In Crime: N or M. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * *

Cast: David Walliams, Jessica Raine, James Fleet, Matthew Steer, Christine Cole, Ed Speleers, Roy Marsden, Alyy Khan, Andrew Readman, Robert Hands, Issy Van Randwyck, Chris Myles, Pinar Ogun, Aoife McMahon, Hannah Waddingham, Danny Le Wynter, Tam Williams, Saffron Hocking, Trevor Cooper, Susan Brown, Joanna Horton, Josh Cook, Paul Cawley, David Moorst.

The culture of spying in the days leading up to and during The Cold War was one that has excited many writers to try their hand at creating at the ultimate spy and whilst none will ever match Ian Fleming’s heroic and suave James Bond in terms of intelligent writing and a character that screams excellence on and off the page, it doesn’t stop others from having a go at taking on the genre.