|Reviews for The Lost Stories: The Guardians of Prophecy|
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|Ah, the feel of the old times...|
|By:||Matthew David Rabjohns, Bridgend, United Kingdom|
|Date:||Friday 17 August 2012|
|Rating: || 10|
This would have been one of the stron gest opening stories for a season if it had have made it to the screen all those years ago. Just so glad that now we have yet another lost brilliant story restored to us by the brilliant staff of BFP! Colin Baker as per usual is on brilliant form, and Nicola does her sidekick thing just as well. And its a welcome return from a Doctor Who stalwart in the form of Stephen Thorne, man that guy never loses that frightening and powerful voice of his, from Omega to Eldrad to Max Vilmio to Malador. Hes always the right choice to play those truly really nasty villians that old Doctor Who always had in abundance.
And Graham Cole is back! And this time with a speaking role, in fact two, and one as the role he played way back in the Eighties, the Melkur. A suitably brilliant come back for those creepsville statues with the red lazers...only this time its the genuine article. The lament of the Melkur for a start is highly nasty and well realised, and YUCK. All the elements of this story go together so well, and so yes Jonny Morris has done it again, produced a corker of a story that has the ingredients of old classic Colin Baker but with a sparkling audio edge! Great lost story yet again. One of Colin's strongest so far.