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50 years of Who: 2004

2004


Books
Sometime Never... (8)
Halflife (8)
The Tomorrow Windows (8)
The Sleep of Reason (8)
The Deadstone Memorial (8)
Scream of the Shalka (Alt!9)
Empire of Death (5)
The Eleventh Tiger (1)
Synthespians™ (6)
The Algebra of Ice (7)
The Indestructible Man (2)
Short Trips: Past Tense
Short Trips: Life Science
Short Trips: Repercussions
Short Trips: Monsters
Short Trips: 2040
Short Trips: A Christmas Treasury
Blood and Hope (5)
The Dalek Factor (?)
The Tunnel at the End of the Light (Time Hunter)
The Clockwork Woman (Time Hunter)
Kitsune (Time Hunter)
The Severed Man (Time Hunter)
The Big Hunt (Benny)
A Life Worth Living (Benny)
A Life in Pieces (Benny)

Audios
The Creed of the Kromon
The Natural History of Fear
The Twilight Kingdom
The Axis of Insanity
Arrangements for War
The Harvest
The Roof of the World
Medicinal Purposes
Faith Stealer
The Last
Caerdroia
The Next Life
UNIT: The Coup & Silver Linings
Bernice Summerfield: Death and the Daleks
Bernice Summerfield: The Grel Escape
Bernice Summerfield: The Bone of Contention
Bernice Summerfield: The Relics of Jegg-Sau
Bernice Summerfield: Silver Lining
Gallifrey: Weapon of Choice
Gallifrey: Square One
Gallifrey: The Inquiry
Gallifrey: A Blind Eye
Dalek Empire III: The Exterminators
Dalek Empire III: The Healers
Dalek Empire III: The Survivors
Dalek Empire III: The Demons
Dalek Empire III: The Warriors
Dalek Empire III: The Future
UNIT: Time Heals


The first Who from 2004 that I encountered: the Short Trips: Past Tense anthology, bought in 2006, which  is a bit of a mixed bag.

My favourite Who from 2004: The Big Finish play The Harvest introduces a new companion and does something interesting with the Cybermen at the same time. Other good points: the first Gallifrey series; Paul Cornell's novelisation of Scream of the Shalka (which I liked more than the webcast); David McIntee's The Eleventh Tiger. Of course from the middle of the year we knew we were on hold for greater things.

Moving swiftly on from: Big Finish's Eighth Doctor stories, now set in an alternate universe supposedly without time, went through some dips here of which the lowest point is The Last.

So, what was your favourite of the above? What is the best bit? (And if you like, what is the worst bit?

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