It’s been some time since new content was added to the site. Here, scanned in all its dotmatrixed glory, is my review of The Deadly Assassin from issue 4 of The Tides of Time, published at the start of 1991. It’s remarkably upbeat and cautious at the same time, being non-committal on the intentions of the production team regarding the apparent regeneration of the Master at the end of the story. Considering that I had been harsh on the Colin Baker era in Sixth of One in the previous issue, I was perhaps inclined to be more generous towards Doctor Who stories I watched when I was five or six than I was towards those I saw between the ages of thirteen and sixteen. I’m still quite pleased that I mentioned the Lavender List, though – I don’t think it had become a commonplace of Deadly Assassin reviews then – and in compensation for my not giving the reference more context then, here is a picture of Marcia Williams (latterly Baroness Falkender), who allegedly drew up Harold Wilson’s resignation honours list in 1976 on lavender-coloured notepaper, though Lady Falkender has reportedly always denied this.