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7.0 - Intervention Earth

Times change...

Romana is approaching her final term of office, and hopes to leave her world in a state of peace and harmony. Narvin is concerned about the implementation of a controversial Precog programme, one that seeks to predict the Time Lords' future. Ace is an operative for the Celestial Intervention Agency, having learned the art of interference from one of the best...
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Review By kiwifluffy 5/22/15 7:24 pm
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Gallifrey
7
Reviewer Says:
Previous stories required!
After series 4, Gallifrey returns to being a political drama, but this time set on the world of the previous release. While the story is strong, it does occasionally seem as if the ideas are being reused from earlier stories, and the concept of Gallifrey without time travel still seems a bit off.

By this stage in the series, Narvin's character has changed completely and the strongest parts in this series are probably the character-driven sections, and the shifting interactions between the leads.
Review By kiwifluffy 5/22/15 7:19 pm
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Gallifrey
8
Reviewer Says:
Previous stories required!
Series 4 of Gallifrey takes a completely different route to series I-III, almost like a Gallifrey Unbound. The stories feature Romana, Leela, Narvin, Braxiatel and K9 moving through alternate realities, trying to find one that they can settle on. They repeatedly meet alternative versions of themselves and friends from the original Gallifrey, but each time something major has changed.
This series is very different to the first 3, and because of this, some people don't think it's as good, which I can understand. I think it's just different and if you go in expecting a direct continuation of I-III then you'll come out disappointed.
The stories are more self-contained than the other stories in this range, but all are strong in their own right.
The opening scene of this release is wonderfully absurd, I'm almost surprised no one else has commented on it yet...
Review By kiwifluffy 5/22/15 7:06 pm
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Gallifrey
10
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A brilliant conclusion to the first series of a brilliant range. After the political drama of The Inquiry, this story takes the action away from Gallifrey. The plot is complicated, with a certain timey-wimey feel about it and you do need to keep track of who is where (or when) but it holds together well and the revelations about the identities of various characters are absolutely brilliant.

Lalla Ward is on top form as Romana, showing a depth to her character that didn't always come across on screen. In fact, all the actors are giving their best. It's a brilliant conclusion to the first series of Gallifrey.
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