|Reviews for The Glorious Revolution|
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|By:||Matt Saunders, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom|
|Date:||Saturday 17 December 2011|
|Rating: || 9|
It does take rather a bit of time to get used to these Companion Chronicles. However, with Frazer Hines, it's much easier to listen to these audios, because he does such a great impression of the 2nd Doctor. This is one of my favourite periods of history too, so I enjoyed this even more - especially because Jamie is connected to this Jacobite world. Well done Big Finish. :)
|The Second Doctor Returned|
|By:||Andrew Shaw, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom|
|Date:||Tuesday 17 September 2013|
|Rating: || 10|
This was a great story in my opinion I had never seen Jamie do anything like this before and want to alter history and it had me wanting to listen to more all the time and again Frazer Hines portrayel of Patrick Troughton is superb it actually sounds as if Patrick is reading his own lines, he has a great talent there I love watching the second doctor and his group so this is a top story in my opinion.
|By:||David Layton, Los Angeles, United States|
|Date:||Saturday 12 December 2020|
|Rating: || 7|
There were not many purely historicals in the 2nd Doctor period, so this story makes a nice gap filler. It has the usual Companion Chronicles structure of a companion character telling a story of his/her time with The Doctor to another character. In this case, a Time Lord from a certain agency is trying to track down a historical anomaly involving Jamie, and so temporarily restores old Jamie's (he's a grandfather now) memories. Jamie recounts his time in the days of The Glorious Revolution that installed William and Mary on the British throne. It turns out that a certain decision Jamie makes based on his emotional loyalty to Bonnie Prince Charlie may have changed history. It's a decent historical romp that does not really stretch the genre or Doctor Who overall.